Susanne von Aichberger

Susanne von Aichberger

Susanne von Aichberger has been a market and technology analyst at IHS, formerly Solarbuzz since 2005. She is responsible for primary research and analysis concerning the photovoltaic industry, specializing in markets in Europe and the MEA region. Von Aichberger contributes to several global IHS reports, including the tracking and analyzing of both downstream projects and market policies.

Prior to joining Solarbuzz, von Aichberger worked at Photon International, writing articles on all aspects of the PV industry and conducting market surveys on solar cell and module production equipment.  Von Aichberger previously was researching the optimization of solar cells at Hahn-Meitner Institute. She earned her MSc in Physics from the Technical University of Berlin.


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PV Demand Market Tracker - Q2 2017

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Key Takeaways from Intersolar and EES Europe

A team of IHS Markit solar and storage analysts attended Intersolar and EES Europe in Munich. The following are some key takeaways from the show.

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Contraction in Key Markets Will Lead to Sluggish Growth of Global Photovoltaics (PV) Demand, IHS Markit Says

LONDON (April 5, 2017) – IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO), a world leader in critical information, analytics and solutions, projects that global demand for photovoltaics (PV) will reach 79 GW in 2017, a slight 2 percent increase over the 78 GW installed in 2016. This compares to annual growth that surpassed30 percent in both 2015 and 2016. An anticipated decline in the world’s three largest markets – China, United States and Japan – will shape the outlook for PV demand through this year. IHS Markit expects these markets to shrink by a combined 9 GW (16 percent year-over-year) in 2017. Similar to previous years, global demand depends highly on policy evolution in China.

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