NEW YORK, March 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- MO source is a key raw material for metal-organic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) process. Global MO source output ranged at 102.6 tons in 2018, a rise of roughly 4.6% from a year earlier, a figure projected to outnumber 150 tons in 2025. China as the world's largest producer of MO source manufactured 44.3 tons or over 40% of the global total in 2018.

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MO source industry during 2018-2019 is featured as follows:

Demand: the incremental market demand for MO source is on the wane as LED gets increasingly prevalent; the China-US trade tension which hurts LED industry (over 80% MO source gets used), led to the slowing of global and Chinese demand for MO source in 2018. China demanded approximately 36.9 tons of MO source in 2018, up by 5.1% from the year before, and a year-on-year decrease of 9.2 percentage points.

LED's demand for MO source will continue to rise in the near future along with the burgeoning markets such as micro LED display, mini LED backlighting, UV-C LED, automotive lighting, and LED lighting with high luminous efficacy. Yet, the wider application of MO source in solar cells, semiconductor lasers and so forth will tend to drag down the demand from LED field.

Price: trimethyl gallium currently consumes a whopping 80% of MO source in the Chinese market so that MO source price is to a great extent affected by gallium metal price. The pickup in gallium metal price from less than RMB1,000/kg in 2017 to RMB1,500/kg in 2018 pushed up trimethyl gallium price to around RMB8,600/kg in 2018.

Competitive landscape: As a kind of strategic materials, the MO source market is highly concentrated and firmly held by Chinese, South Korean, American, European and Japanese manufacturers. In the past two years, mergers and acquisitions among global MO source manufacturers occured frequently, such as the merger of Dow and DuPont, the acquisition of Akzo Nobel by Carlyle, and the acquisition of Chemtura by LANXESS.

Global MO source market was an oligopoly in 2018, with the CR5 being above 85%, of which Nata Opto-electronic occupied the first place with a market share of over 20%.

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Definition, classification, industry chain, industry characteristics, etc. of MO source;
Overview, supply, demand, market structure, etc. of global MO source;
Development environment, supply, demand, competitive landscape, market price, etc. of China's MO source industry;
Market size and prices of MO source upstream sectors (gallium, indium, etc.); market size, competitive landscape, etc. of downstream sectors (LED, solar cells, semiconductor lasers, etc.);
Operation, MO source business, etc. of 7 foreign and 5 Chinese MO source producers.

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PERTH, Australia, March 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Over recent weeks, it has been reported in the media that Hanwha Q Cells (Hanwha) has filed actions against module manufacturers and suppliers in multiple jurisdictions.  According to media reports, Hanwha has also commenced proceedings against certain Australian suppliers, including BayWa r.e. Solar Systems Pty Ltd (BayWa r.e.).

"BayWa r.e.'s view is that the claim filed by Hanwha against BayWa r.e. is without technical and legal merit.  BayWa r.e. fully respects intellectual property rights and takes any allegations to the contrary very seriously.

"BayWa r.e. will continue to investigate the allegations and co-operate with its supply chain partners to take all steps necessary to defend itself against the claim.

"As always, BayWa r.e. will continue to keep its customers and partners fully apprised of any developments. Day-to-day business is unaffected, and we continue to be committed to providing the very best customer service."

Durmus Yildiz, Managing Director of BayWa r.e. Solar Systems Pty Ltd

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DUBLIN, March 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Mobile Power Plant Market - Forecasts from 2019 to 2024" report has been added to's offering.

Mobile Power Plant market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 4.06% to reach US$1.463 billion by 2024, from US$1.152 billion in 2018

Growing demand for electricity across the globe is the major driver of mobile power plant market. High investment in infrastructure development and rising rate of industrialization is boosting the need for fast electricity generation which is further contributing to the growing demand for mobile power plants. Rising short-term demand for air conditioning units is increasingly resulting in load peaks in urban areas which is also augmenting the demand for mobile power plants to meet additional capacity requirement.

This research study examines the current market trends related to the demand, supply, and sales, in addition to the recent developments. Major drivers, restraints, and opportunities have been covered to provide an exhaustive picture of the market. The analysis presents in-depth information regarding the development, trends, and industry policies and regulations implemented in each of the geographical regions. Further, the overall regulatory framework of the market has been exhaustively covered to offer stakeholders a better understanding of the key factors affecting the overall market environment.

Identification of key industry players in the industry and their revenue contribution to the overall business or relevant segment aligned to the study have been covered as a part of competitive intelligence done through extensive secondary research. Various studies and data published by industry associations, analyst reports, investor presentations, press releases and journals among others have been taken into consideration while conducting the secondary research.

Major industry players profiled as part of the report are GE, APR Energy, Siemens AG, MYTILINEOS SA., PW Power Systems LLC, and Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd among others.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Introduction

1.1. Market Overview

1.2. Market Definition

1.3. Scope of the Study

1.4. Currency

1.5. Assumptions

1.6. Base and Forecast Years Timeline

2. Research Methodology

2.1. Research Design

2.2. Secondary Sources

3. Executive Summary

4. Market Dynamics

4.1. Market Segmentation

4.2. Market Drivers

4.3. Market Restraints

4.4. Market Opportunities

4.5. Porter's Five Force Analysis

4.5.1. Bargaining Power of Suppliers

4.5.2. Bargaining Power of Buyers

4.5.3. Threat of New Entrants

4.5.4. Threat of Substitutes

4.5.5. Competitive Rivalry In the Industry

4.6. Life Cycle Analysis - Regional Snapshot

4.7. Market Attractiveness

5. Mobile Power Plant Market by Fuel Type

5.1. Natural Gas

5.2. Diesel

5.3. Others

6. Mobile Power Plant Market by Application

6.1. Emergency Power

6.2. Oil and Gas

6.3. Remote Area Electrification

6.4. Others

7. Mobile Power Plant Market by Power Rating

7.1. 1-10 Mw

7.2. 11-20 Mw

7.3. 21-50 Mw

8. Mobile Power Plant Market by Geography

8.1. North America

8.1.1. USA

8.1.2. Canada

8.1.3. Mexico

8.1.4. Others

8.2. South America

8.2.1. Brazil

8.2.2. Others

8.3. Europe

8.3.1. United Kingdom

8.3.2. Germany

8.3.3. France

8.3.4. Others

8.4. Middle East and Africa

8.5. Asia Pacific

8.5.1. China

8.5.2. Japan

8.5.3. India

8.5.4. Australia

8.5.5. Others

9. Competitive Intelligence

9.1. Competition and Offerings Analysis of Key Vendors

9.2. Recent Investment and Deals

9.3. Strategies of Key Players

10. Company Profiles

10.1. Ge

10.2. Apr Energy

10.3. Siemens Ag

10.4. Mytilineos Sa.

10.5. Pw Power Systems Llc

10.6. Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd

10.7. Solar Turbines Incorporated

10.8. Mapna Group

10.9. Portableelectric

10.10. Doosan

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The annual solar photovoltaic (PV) installations in key Americas countries are expected to grow at 5.5 percent, generating $141.2 billion in annual investment by 2022. Backed by strong regulatory activity aimed at adjusting incentives and support mechanisms, solar has extended beyond the traditional markets of the US and Chile to Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, and Colombia. The annual installed capacity reached 12.8 GW in 2017, and the total generation capacity, which currently stands at 59.0 GW, is likely to more than double to 141.3 GW by 2022.

"The multiple supportive mechanisms and electricity regulatory frameworks across the region have made market participants diversify strategies, encouraging business model innovation. Solar PV and storage expansion will become increasingly attractive propositions as battery system costs decline further,” said Maria Benintende, Senior Analyst for Energy & Environment at Frost & Sullivan.

Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Americas Solar Power Market, Forecast to 2022, presents an in-depth examination of select solar power markets across the Americas countries of Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and the United States. Market size metrics and forecasts to 2022 are presented for total installed capacity, annual capacity additions, and annual investment for two types of projects: utility-scale and distributed generation (DG). The study also analyzes the regulatory environment and key players in each country, and identifies technologies, trends, drivers, and restraints affecting the market.

DG annual additions are likely to outstrip utility-scale at a compound annual growth rate of 9.9 percent, driven by supportive policies, falling technology costs, increased end-user awareness, market maturity, and higher electricity prices. Benintende notes that in Brazil, Mexico, and Chile, especially, maturing DG schemes are creating significant opportunities for equipment suppliers, installers, and other energy participants.”

"Renewable auctions are key to solar development in the region," noted Benintende. The investments in solar in 2018 are estimated to have touched $4.2 billion across the Latin American countries; however, to make the most of their potential, suppliers need to develop a strong local strategy. This can be a huge differentiator in a region where interpersonal relations are important."

Countries across the Americas’ region are at different stages of development but are all driven by the rising price competitiveness of solar technology, net metering policies, decarbonization of the energy matrix, and diversification goals. The growth opportunities in the select countries include:

The US: The solar market is strong and autonomous and is forecast to expand at 8 GW to 10 GW per year until 2022. Despite the restraint of import duties, utility-scale installed capacity will continue increasing due to low system costs.

Canada: The country has preferred natural gas and wind power to solar. Participants need to consider expanding outside of Ontario.

Mexico: The rising economy and energy demand, the need for a cleaner energy matrix, substantial solar resources, and falling PV system prices are prompting installations in Mexico in both utility-scale and DG PV systems.

Argentina: In the past two years, it became an attractive market for PV due to its renewable energy (RE) auctions and the revival of private power purchase agreements (PPAs) for RE. However, current bottlenecks in transmission grids, coupled with financial and economic constraints, increase risks, affect funding and, therefore, slow down solar PV expansion.

Brazil: The DG sector is anticipated to outpace the utility-scale segment in annual capacity by 2020.

Chile: It has one of the best business case scenarios for RE. Larger DG solar PV plants, known as PMGD, will be the key investment opportunity in solar in the short and medium terms.

Colombia: The market is still emerging, but positive macroeconomic conditions and recent regulations for DG and utility-scale projects are attracting developers, suppliers, and investors.

Americas Solar Power Market, Forecast to 2022 is part of Frost & Sullivan’s global Power Generation Growth Partnership Service program.

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