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Archives for growth

The market has seen consistent growth over the last few years, with the exception of 2009, when market value fell by 5.7%. This was principally down to a lack of new products and the economic crisis, which caused consumers to reign in their spending on unnecessary items, such as video games. The range of consoles… » read more

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Then introduced polysilicon manufacturing technology and process (Siemens or FBR).At the same time, introduced key processes specifications and applications. And then Summary statistics of Global and China major polysilicon manufacturers 2008-2015 solar grade (SG) and Electronic grade (EG) polysilicon capacity production supply demand (mainly according silicon crystalline solar cell demand and semiconductor wafer demand) shortage… » read more

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Power Fab Database 2011

Our power fab database is a unique tool providing a complete overview of all power electronics manufacturers in the world. We included exhaustive information about worldwide manufacturers, including Chinese and Eastern European’s, with production type, status and capacity. In an Excel format including stats & graphs, Yole Développement’s database allows a complete customization of market… » read more

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BharatBook adds report on “Thermal and Digestion Waste-to-Energy Technologies Worldwide” which is still employed at the overwhelming majority of global waste management facilities in developed nations, generally performs well in terms of throughput, public health, and safety. Each year the world generates more than 2.1 billion tons of waste, disposes of most of that waste… » read more

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Commercial wind farms were established in India in early 1990s. During that time, the rating of Wind Electric Generators (WEG) available was 225-250 kW, tower/hub height was about 30 meters and rotor diameter of approximately 30 meters. The energy generation per kW rating of these WEGs or Capacity Utilization Factor (CUF) was also less at… » read more

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BharatBook adds report on “As a prospering economy, India faces energy security as a growing challenge. At present, India’s energy mix majorly consists of coal (52 per cent), oil (32 per cent), gas (10 per cent), hydro electricity (5 per cent) and nuclear energy (1 per cent). Due to ever increasing concerns over climate change,… » read more

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