Cormac Gilligan

Cormac Gilligan

Cormac Gilligan is a Research Manager in the IHS Markit Power Technology group. Cormac is currently responsible for researching the global PV Inverter and Balance Of System (BOS) market having published several syndicated and quarterly research reports on these topics.

Cormac's analysis and commentary is regularly published by leading PV industry media and also the global press. He has also presented at many leading industry events and conferences.

Prior to joining IHS Markit, Cormac worked as a Civil Engineer developing rail and metro projects across capital cities throughout Europe. Cormac graduated from University College Dublin with a degree in Engineering and is based in Wellingborough, UK.


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PV Inverter Market Tracker - Q1 2017

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NEXTracker and Array Technologies Reign Supreme in Global PV Tracker Market, IHS Markit Says

NEXTracker and Array Technologies remain far and away the leading suppliers of PV tracker systems globally, in addition to being leading suppliers of PV structural equipment in general. Vertically integrated suppliers First Solar and SunPower notably lost market share in 2016. This has coincided with First Solar’s announcement to downsize its EPC business and to exit the structures market in 2016. Convert Italia and Arctech have risen into the top five, finding success in emerging tracker markets outside of the United States in Latin America, the EMEA region, and India. In the United States -- the largest market for PV tracker products globally -- Soltec, GameChange Solar, and Sunlink were the winners in terms of growth in the market outside of the big two (NEXTracker and Array Technologies).

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Key Takeaways from PV Expo Japan 2017 – Solar policy changes, emerging sales channels in residential segment, and increasing opportunities for energy storage

IHS Markit Technology analysts attended PV Expo in Tokyo last week. Numerous new technology trends were on show across all parts of the supply chain and the show floor was still as busy as ever driven by interest in hot topics such as energy storage, battery technologies and new module and inverter technology releases. The Japanese solar market will be the fourth largest market globally in 2017 and will continue to be a key target market for global supply chain players. Below are some key takeaways from the show.

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