Edurne Zoco

Edurne Zoco

Edurne Zoco is a senior manager and principal analyst for the solar research group at IHS, leading upstream research and analysis. Her main focus areas include module intelligence services, which track PV manufacturing equipment trends and monitor the PV module and polysilicon supply chain to develop detailed analysis on these markets as well as projections across the entire solar-supply chain. 

Edurne has been involved in the solar industry for nearly a decade; prior to joining IHS, she was employed by Trina Solar, a leading PV manufacturer where she held global positions within corporate and strategic marketing.

She has also presented at leading industry events and conferences since 2007. She holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of Notre Dame, USA. She speaks English, French, Spanish, and Italian. 


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PV Module Suppliers Scorecard - 2017

The IHS Markit PV Module Suppliers Scorecard addresses the market need for vendor evaluation based on objective data and metrics. Our methodology produces scores that tell a nuanced story of the vendor landscape, one that conveys each player’s strengths and challenges. Based on actual data and metrics, the scores are made up of two overall categories: market presence and market momentum.

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Power & Energy Technology
5 questions for the Section 201 trade case - IHS Markit Q&A

On October 31st, the United States International Trade Commission is set to vote on a trade policy to remedy injuries that have been experienced by domestic solar PV cell and module manufacturers due to foreign competition. But ahead of this, IHS Markit has outlined some of the pressing questions that market players may have.

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Power & Energy Technology
New MIP regulation opens the European market to global module imports and begins the end of the stagnation of PV installations in Europe

On September 16 2017, the European Commission (EC) approved the new regulation for minimum-import-prices (MIP), which is expected to slowly remove the existing trade barriers for solar cell and module imports from China and Taiwan. IHS Markit anticipates that the step-wise reduction of the minimum import prices is likely to lead to some delay of project realization towards the second half of the year.

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Power & Energy Technology
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