Edurne Zoco, PhD

Edurne Zoco, PhD

Edurne Zoco is Research Director of IHS Markit’s Energy Technology research team, leading the group’s research activities cross the solar, energy storage and smart utilities sectors.

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

Edurne contributes to a wide range of deliverables across the research team, including both subscription products and custom research and consulting projects. In particular she provides insight, vast experience and research capability focused on the PV module supply chain and the development of global demand for PV and its role in the wider energy transition.

She has 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 Manufacturing & Equipment Spending Tracker - H2 2018

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Power & Energy Technology
PV Module Materials Report - 2019

This report provides a detailed analysis of the market and technologies for PV module materials (Part II – Solar Glass and Aluminum Frames). It identifies the main regional markets, describes the competitive landscape, and provides a detailed price analysis.

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Power & Energy Technology
New announced capacity expansions and increased wafer efficiencies will worsen the overcapacity of the polysilicon industry in H2 2019

IHS Markit has raised its global installation forecast by 18% to 123 GW in 2019. However, on the supply side, IHS Markit anticipates that there will be limited capacity expansions in 2019, corresponding to an increase in utilization rates across the supply-chain. This should help to correct the overcapacity situation experienced by the PV manufacturing industry in H2 2018, for all nodes except polysilicon, where total capacity will grow by 16%.

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Power & Energy Technology
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