Low Iron Glass for Concentrating Solar Power (CSP): Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014 to 2020

Low Iron Glass for Concentrating Solar Power (CSP): Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014 to 2020

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Published On : April  2014
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WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study Low Iron Solar Glass Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014 to 2020. The 2014 study has 565 pages, 303 tables and figures. Worldwide markets for Low Iron Glass for Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) are poised to achieve significant growth based on an expectation of rapid adoption of CSP worldwide. As soon as a market has 100 paying reference accounts, it becomes a viable market. CSP solar systems have reached that market inflection point.

Growth potential of the CSP sector is strong, part of the solar growth that is poised to make solar energy represent 90% of the world’s energy production within 25 years. Just as smart phones grew rapidly once the price points were affordable and the economies of scale large enough to drive down prices for the markets to achieve significant growth, so also solar markets will take off. CSP has a strong ability to reduce the cost of electricity produced. Compound annual growth rates are expected to be made meaningless by penetration analysis when the markets grow rapidly.

There are no hindrances to CSP growth except technology and the new nanotechnologies make solar processes possible. The materials are simple, silica, silica, and more silica. With solar energy available to support the CSP low iron glass and the CSP module manufacturing processes, the markets will grow at compound rates.

Costs of electricity from CSP plants at US $ 0.15-0.24/kWh will decline to $.03 and lower by 2017 as the effect of the 35 year life span of the plant is factored into cost analysis. Once the plant is built very little labor is necessary, there are no ongoing fuel costs. This is a compelling economic story.

By 2020, expectations are that CSP capital costs will decline even further by between 30% and 50%. New technology will make plant operations even more efficient by that time.

According to Susan Eustis, the lead author of the team that created the study, “Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) depends on low iron glass because the low iron glass is clear and creates increased efficiency in the capture of solar power. Low ion glass is proving to be of value because it drives the market for CSP. CSP has been further proven in newly operational installations, including Ivanpah.”

Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) has moved from the trial stage to the early adopter stage. With the Ivanpah solar electric generating system on line, the ability to offer steam generated electricity from the sun is compelling. There are significant advantages to using existing steam generator technologies with renewable energy to power the steam generator. Ivanpah CSP is positioned to strengthen the US economy and solar supply chain, shifting toward energy independence.

Ivanpah solar electric generating system shows a path to future energy generation. It is anticipated that solar electricity will eventually reach both peak and off-peak grid parity in all locations, becoming the energy source of choice for everyone. The world changes dramatically when solar power becomes ubiquitous and cheap. We can desalinate water, we can drive electric cars, we can keep our homes as warm or as cool as we want them to be year around.

Low iron glass CSP represents 3% of the world glass production. Markets at $355 million in 2013 are expected to reach $11.3 billion by 2020. Growth is expected to achieve 15% of total low iron glass at glass production in 2020, i.e. the same level as automotive glass.

Low Iron Solar Glass Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Executive Summary

Low Iron Glass Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Market Driving Forces

Ivanpah At The Forefront Of Concentrating Solar Power (CSP)

Low Iron Glass Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Market Growth Key Factors

Low Iron Glass Used for CSP

Low Iron Float Glass And Mirror Industry

CSP Parabolic Mirror Forming

Receiver Mirrors

CSP Low Iron Glass Market Shares

Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Low Iron Solar Glass Market Forecasts



1. Low Iron Solar Glass Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Market Description and Market Dynamics

1.1 CSP Low Iron Solar Glass Market Description and Market Dynamics

1.1.1 Glass and Mirrors in Concentrated Solar Power Systems

1.2 Low Iron Glass CSP Coatings

1.2.1 Solar Control Glazing

1.3 Parabolic Trough Technology

1.3.1 Concentrated Solar Power – Clean, Predictable Electricity Generation 24x7

1.3.2 Parabolic Trough Power Plants

1.4 Low Iron Containing Materials for Glass

1.4.1 Clear Float Glass And Low Iron Glass

1.4.2 Performance Comparison – Clear Float Glass Versus Low Iron Glass

1.5 Low Iron Glass Yields

1.5.1 Influence of Mirror Quality on Plant Performance and Revenues

1.5.2 Glare Performance Anti-Soiling Coatings

1.6 CSP Low-Iron Solar Glass Creates Green Energy

1.7 Photovoltaics:

1.8 Performance Comparison – Clear Float Glass Versus Low Iron Glass

1.8.1 Clear Float and Low Iron Glass



2. Low Iron Solar Glass Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Market Shares and Market Forecasts

2.1 Low Iron Glass Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Market Driving Forces

2.1.1 Ivanpah At The Forefront Of Concentrating Solar Power (CSP)

2.1.2 Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Low Iron Glass Market Growth Key Factors

2.1.3 Low Iron Glass Used for CSP

2.1.4 Low Iron Float Glass And Mirror Industry

2.1.5 CSP Parabolic Mirror Forming

2.1.6 Receiver Mirrors

2.2 CSP Low Iron Glass Market Shares

2.2.1 Primary Suppliers Of Low Iron Float Glass

2.2.2 Rioglass Solar

2.2.3 Guardian Heat-Treated Glass

2.2.4 Schott Solar CSP

2.2.5 Schott Response To The Low Iron Glass CSP Market Challenge

2.2.6 ACWA Holding / SUN & LIFE / Flabeg

2.2.7 Bankrupt Flabeg Value: Installed Base

2.2.8 Flabeg Solar US Assets Auctioned December, 17, 2013

2.2.9 Nippon Sheet Glass Thin Film Photovoltaic Modules

2.2.10 Nippon Sheet Glass Pilkington Crystalline Silicon PV

2.2.11 Nippon Sheet Glass Pilkington NSG TEC™ - TCO

2.2.12 Rio Glass Glass Vendors Emerging As Experienced And Innovative Solar Energy Partners

2.3 Low Iron Solar Glass Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Market Forecasts

2.3.1 CSP Installed Capacity

2.3.2 Demand for Low-Iron Float Glass

2.4 CSP Low Iron Glass Manufacturing Process

2.4.1 The Cost Of Production (Raw Materials Breakdown)

2.4.2 Technology Of Sheet Low Iron Glass

2.4.3 Heliostats

2.4.4 Low Iron Silica Quality

2.4.5 Sources For Low Iron Sand

2.4.6 Solar Low Iron Glass Segment Companies

2.5 Number of Float Glass Lines

2.5.1 Low-Iron Float Lines Globally / Ownership

2.5.2 Nippon Sheet Glass Co., Ltd NSG Capacity

2.5.3 Low Iron Glass Company Summary by Country

2.6 Low Iron Glass Manufacturing

2.6.1 Low Iron Removal Processes From Silica

2.6.2 Other Glass Raw Materials / Supply of the Low Iron Materials

2.6.3 Float Glass Cost Structure

2.6.4 Low Iron Glass Cost Reduction Through Localization

2.7 Low Iron Float Glass In China (Energy Implications, Raw Materials Implications)

2.7.1 Guangdong Golden Glass Technologies Ltd

2.7.2 Guangfeng Solarglass (Hong Kong)

2.7.3 Shandong Glass Group Jinjing Group Advanced Equipment

2.8 Low Iron Solar Glass Market Growth

2.8.1 50 MW CSP Plant

2.8.2 Construction Costs of 50 MW CSP Plant

2.8.3 Construction Costs of a 100 MW CSP Plant

2.8.4 Mirrors

2.8.5 Nano Silver Coating

2.9 Solar Low Iron Glass Market Characteristics Factors

2.9.1 Low Iron Glass Product Differentiation

2.9.2 Outlook for Solar Electricity

2.9.3 Low Iron Glass Product Differentiation

2.9.4 Outlook for Solar Electricity

2.10 CSP Solar Market Installed Capacity

2.10.1 Concentrating Solar Power Projects by Project Name

2.10.2 Parabolic Trough Projects

2.10.3 Linear Fresnel Reflector Projects

2.10.4 Power Tower Projects

2.10.5 Dish/Engine Projects

2.10.6 Concentrating Solar Power Projects by Project Country

2.10.7 Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Projects in the United States and By Country

2.10.8 List of Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Installations

2.10.9 CSP Number of HelioStats

2.10.10 Parabolic Trough Projects, General Contractor, Supplier, Glass, Turbine

2.11 CSP Glass ROI

2.11.1 ACWA Holding / Sun & Life / Flabeg ROI for Annealed Solar Mirrors

2.12 Concentrated Solar Thermal - Segment

2.13 CSP Low Iron Glass Price Trends

2.13.1 Reflectech Rolled Mirror Film Pricing

2.13.2 Cell Efficiency Improvements

2.13.3 Grid Parity

2.13.4 Impact of Oil Price on Solar Industry

2.13.5 Glass Manufacturer Infrastructure

2.13.6 The Need for Low Iron Glass

2.14 Low Iron Glass Regional Analysis



3. Low Iron Solar Glass Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Product Description

3.1 Glass for Concentrated Solar Power (CSP)

3.2 Schott

3.2.1 Schott is the Leading Solar Receiver

3.2.2 Schott Receivers Manufacturing Improvement

3.2.3 Schott Receivers Specialized Part Of CSP Solar Field

3.2.4 Schott Solar Concentrated Power Parabolic Trough Technology Receivers

3.2.5 Schott PTR® 70 Receiver Platform

3.2.6 Schott PTR® 70 Minimization Of Heat Conduction Losses

3.2.7 Schott Solar Receiver Compact Bellow Design

3.3 Guardian PV Laminated Mirrors

3.3.1 Guardian Durable Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Mirrors

3.3.2 Guardian Sun-Tracking Mirrors Controlled Manufacturing Process

3.3.3 Guardian Sun-Tracking Mirrors Testing Results

3.3.4 Guardian Durable Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Mirror Testing

3.3.5 Guardian Durable Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Mirror Outdoor Exposure Testing

3.3.6 Guardian Durable Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Mirror Wind tunnel testing

3.3.7 Guardian EcoGuard

3.3.8 Guardian UltraWhite Low-Iron Glass

3.3.9 Guardian Float Glass

3.3.10 Guardian Heavy Float Glass

3.3.11 Guardian EcoGuard® Solar

3.3.12 Guardian Solar Glass Positioning

3.4 ACWA Holding / SUN & LIFE / Flabeg

3.4.1 Flabeg Parabolic Mirrors

3.4.2 Flabeg Solar Mirrors

3.4.3 Flabeg Parabolic Trough

3.4.4 Flabeg Parabolic Mirrors for Concentrating Solar Power (CSP)

3.4.5 Flabeg Testing and Durability of Mirror Coating System

3.4.6 Flabeg Flat Mirrors for Concentrating Solar Power (CSP)

3.5 Emirates Float Glass

3.5.1 Emirates Float Glass Technical Data

3.5.2 Emirates Float Glass and Mirrors in Concentrated Solar Power Systems

3.6 RIO Glass

3.6.1 Rio Glass Production Process

3.6.2 Rio Glass Nano Silver Coatings

3.6.3 Rio Glass CSP Operational Advantages

3.6.4 Rio Solar Glass Edge Protection

3.6.5 Rio Solar Glass Deflectrometry Analysis

3.6.6 Rio Glass Solar Mirror Reflectance

3.6.7 Rio Glass CSP Shot Testing Measurements

3.6.8 Rio Glass CSP Ball Drop Testing Measurements

3.6.9 Rio Glass CSP Variable Temperature Testing Measurements

3.6.10 Rio Glass CSP Testing Measurements Conclusions

3.6.11 RIO Glass US Manufacturing in Arizona

3.7 Guangfeng Solarglass (Hong Kong) Low Iron Glass

3.7.1 Guangfeng Solarglass Characteristics

3.8 Nippon Sheet Glass / Pilkington Solar Energy Glass

3.8.1 Nippon Sheet Glass Thin Film Photovoltaics Modules

3.8.2 Nippon Sheet Glass Pilkington Crystalline Silicon PV

3.8.3 Nippon Sheet Glass Pilkington Concentrated Solar Power

3.8.4 Nippon Sheet Glass Pilkington Solar Thermal Collectors

3.8.5 Nippon Sheet Glass Pilkington NSG TEC™ - TCO

3.9 Masdar PV supplies 1.5 MWp Thin Film Modules to Indian villages

3.9.1 Masdar, Total S.A. and Abengoa Solar Abu Dhabi Solar Power Plant

3.10 Hangzhou AMD PV Glass Co Ltd

3.11 Ningbo Qixin Solar Electrical Appliance Co. Ltd

3.12 Borosil Glass Works

3.13 Yichang CSG Polysilicon Material Co., Ltd.

3.14 Dongguan CSG Solar Glass Co., Ltd.

3.14.1 Dongguan CSG Low Iron Solar Glass Anti-reflective Coating

3.14.2 China Glass Solar Glass & Mirrors

3.14.3 China Glass Solar Glass

3.15 Egi MJG Launches Float Glass Manufacturing Plant In Nigeria

3.15.1 Egi MJG Float Glass

3.16 fSolar

3.16.1 Low-Iron Solar Glass From F | Solar Is Used In High-Efficiency Photovoltaics Modules And Solar Collectors

3.16.2 Solar Combined Heat And Power:



4. Low Iron Solar Glass Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Technology

4.1 Wind Tunnel Testing

4.1.1 RioGlass Wind Tunnel Testing

4.1.2 CSP Glass Production Processes

4.2 Parabolic Mirrors Solar Generation Elements

4.2.1 Solar Receiver

4.2.2 Key Parameters For The Yield Of A CSP Plant

4.3 Ceramic Mounting Pads For Bonding

4.4 Energy Reflection



5. Low Iron Solar Glass Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Company Descriptions

5.1 ACWA Holding / Sun & Life Acquires FLABEG, CSP Solar Technology

5.1.1 ACWA Holding / SUN & LIFE

5.1.2 Sun & Life On Acquisition of Flabeg's Solar Division

5.1.3 Flabeg QDec Measurement

5.1.4 Flabeg Development Partners

5.1.5 Flabeg Ultimate Trough Design

5.1.6 Flabeg Solar Mirrors

5.1.7 Flabeg Holding GmbH / Flabeg Technical Glass / Naugatuck Glass

5.1.8 Flabeg Solar US Assets Auctioned December, 17, 2013

5.1.9 Sun & Life On Acquisition of Flabeg's Solar Division

5.2 Alanod GmbH & Co KG / Alanod-Solar

5.2.1 Alanod-Solar

5.2.2 Alanod-Solar Absorption

5.2.3 Alanod-Solar Solar Reflection

5.2.4 Alanod-Solar Surface Treatment

5.2.5 Alanod-Solar Global player

5.2.6 Almeco

5.2.7 Almeco Solar

5.3 China Glass

5.3.1 China Glass Holdings Limited

5.3.2 China Southern Glass (Australia)Pty Ltd is a subsidiary of CSG Holding Co., Ltd.

5.3.3 China Glass Holdings Production Base in Suqian, Jiangsua

5.3.4 China Glass Holdings Production Base in Weihai, Shandong

5.3.5 China Glass Holdings Production Base in Xianyang, Shaanxi

5.3.6 China Glass Holdings Production Base in Beijing

5.3.7 China Glass Holdings Production Base of Wuhai, Inner Mongolia

5.3.8 China Glass Holdings Production base in Nanjing, Jiangsu

5.3.9 China Glass Holdings Production base in Taicang, Jiangsu

5.3.10 China Glass Holdings Business and Revenue

5.3.11 China Glass Holdings Business Review

5.3.12 China Glass Holdings Outlook Tied To China’s Twelfth Five Year Plan

5.3.13 China Glass Holdings Lowers Cost to Manufacture Low Iron Glass

5.4 Dubai Investments PJSC

5.4.1 Dubai Investments PJSC / Emirates Float Glass

5.5 eSolar

5.6 Guangdong Golden Glass Technologies Ltd

5.7 Guangfeng Solarglass (Hong Kong)

5.7.1 Guangfeng Solar Glass (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd.

5.8 Guardian Industries

5.8.1 Guardian Industries Manufactures Glass Using The Float Process

5.8.2 Guardian Heat-Treated Glass

5.8.3 Guardian Tempered Glass

5.8.4 Guardian Industries US Base, Global Growth

5.9 Gujarat Borosil Ltd. (GBL)

5.9.1 Gujarat Borosil Ltd. (GBL) Low Iron Glass

5.10 Hangzhou AMD PV Glass Co Ltd

5.11 Hecker Glastechnik

5.12 Interfloat

5.12.1 GMB Glasmanufaktur Brandenburg GmbH

5.12.2 Interfloat / GMB Glasmanufaktur Brandenburg GmbH

5.12.3 Interfloat Innovation At The Fore

5.12.4 Interfloat / GMB Glasmanufaktur Brandenburg GmbH

5.13 Jinjing Group Co Ltd

5.14 Nippon / Pilkington

5.14.1 Pilkington Clear Float Glass Solutions

5.14.2 Pilkington Low-Iron Clear Float Glass Features and Benefits

5.14.3 Nippon Sheet Glass Co., Ltd NSG Group

5.14.4 Nippon Sheet Glass Revenue

5.14.5 Nippon Sheet Glass Solar Energy Products

5.14.6 Nippon Sheet Glass NSG Group / Pilkington

5.15 Oerlikon Solar

5.16 ReflecTech

5.16.1 ReflecTech® Mirror Film

5.16.2 ReflecTech® Mirror Film Construction

5.16.3 ReflecTech® Mirror Film Applications

5.16.4 ReflecTech® Mirror Film Properties

5.17 RIO Glass

5.17.1 RIO Glass Nano Silver Coating

5.18 Saint-Gobain / Saint Gobain Solar

5.18.1 Saint-Gobain/ SolarWood Technologies

5.18.2 French: SolarWood Technologies Solar Sunlap SG and SG ® Solar

5.18.3 Saint Gobain Solar

5.18.4 Saint Gobain Solar Photovoltaic Solar Tiles System by Sunlap ®

5.18.5 Saint Gobain Solar SG Solar Sunlap ® Embedded System

5.18.6 Saint Gobain Solar SG Solar Suneka

5.19 Sener

5.20 Schott

5.20.1 Schott Solar Manufacturing Facility in Albuquerque

5.20.2 Schott Revenue

5.20.3 Schott Parabolic Recievers

5.20.4 Schott Powered Thermal Parabolic Trough Power

5.20.5 Schott

5.20.6 Schott Electronic Packaging Gmbh

5.20.7 Schott AgFlat Glass

5.20.8 Schott Technological Competence

5.20.9 SCHOTT Solar Global presence

5.20.10 SCHOTT Solar Photovoltaics (PV) Business Division

5.20.11 SCHOTT Solar 2008 – Hospital Ward In Senegal

5.20.12 SCHOTT Light for Tanzania

5.20.13 SCHOTT Solar PV and Consolidated Solar Technologies at Moriarty High School

5.20.14 SCHOTT Solar Black Frame Modules

5.20.15 SCHOTT Solar Top in PV+ test by Solarpraxis and TÜV Rheinland

5.21 Shandong Glass Group Jinjing Group Co Ltd

5.21.1 Shandong Glass Group Jinjing Group Advanced Equipment

5.21.2 Shandong Glass Group Jinjing Group Quality Management

5.21.3 Shandong Glass Group Jinjing Grouppowerful Scientific Research Team

5.21.4 Shandong Glass Group Jinjing Group Markets

5.21.5 Shandong Glass Group Jinjing Groupgoals

5.21.6 Shandong Glass Group Driving Development

5.22 Siemens Concentrated Solar Power, Ltd

5.23 Şişecam Group

5.24 SunRun and U.S. Bancorp

5.25 Tata BP Solar

5.26 Succeed Glass Co., Ltd / Henan Succeed New Energy Material Co

5.27 Sunarc Technology A/S

5.27.1 Sunarc Technology Low Iron Solar Glass

5.27.2 Sunarc Technology Float glass

5.27.3 Sunarc Technology Rolled glass

5.27.4 Sunarc Technology Tempering

5.27.5 Sunarc Technology Glass Suppliers

5.28 Targray Solar

5.28.1 Targray Crystalline Cell Materials

5.28.2 Process vs. Targray Materials - Combined For Results

5.28.3 Targray Materials

5.28.4 Targray Silver Paste

5.28.5 Targray Aluminum Paste

5.28.6 Targray Wafers

5.29 Trakya Cam Sanayii A.S.

5.29.1 Trakya Cam Partners with Saint-Gobain

5.30 Trakya Cam

5.31 Targray Solar Materials

5.32 US Silica

5.32.1 US Silica Uses

5.32.2 US Silica Operations

5.32.3 US Silica Low Iron Sand

5.33 Zhejiang Flat Glass Co., Ltd / Shanghai Flat Glass Co Ltd

5.34 Other Low Iron Glass Manufacturers

5.34.1 AQT Solar

5.34.2 Bergamo Acquisition Corporation

5.34.3 Centrosolar Group AG

IG Solar PVT Ltd

Ningbo Qixin Solar Electrical Appliance Co. Ltd

Shenzhen Commonpraise Solar Co.,Ltd

ShenZhen SuoYang New Energy Co.,LTD

5.34.4 Low Iron Glass Country Company Summary

5.35 Winners of the Middle East Solar Pioneers Programme



List of Tables and Figures



Table ES-1 CSP Solar Market Growth Key Factors Driving Demand

Table ES-2 CSP Production Aspects

Figure ES-3 Low Iron Solar Mirror Glass And Receivers For Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013

Figure ES-4 Low Iron Solar Glass Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Mirrors and Receivers Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020

Figure 1-1 Different Types of Low Iron Solar Glass

Table 1-2 Low Iron Glass Coatings for Solar Applications

Figure 1-3 Glass Types Used for PV Cells

Table 1-4 Low Iron Solar Glass Production Issues

Figure 1-5 Solar Technologies and Glass Usage

Figure 1-6 Glass Segments and Products

Figure 1-7 CSP Low Iron Glass Consistently High Plant Yield

Figure 1-8 Flabeg CSP Focus Deviation <7mm, Direct Reflectance >94.4%

Figure 1-9 Influence of Mirror Quality on Plant Performance and Revenues

Table 1-10 Flabeg Dura Glare- Anti-Soiling Solar Glass Coating Testing

Figure 1-11 Flabeg Dura Glare- Anti-Soiling Solar Glass Yields Source:  Flabeg.

Figure 1-12 Transitional Roll Desk Used in Flat Glass Production

Figure 1-13 Total Cost of Flat Glass by Segment

Figure 1-14 Raw Material Breakdown of Flat Glass

Table 1-15 Performance Comparison – Clear Float Glass Versus Low Iron Glass

Table 1-16 Benefits Of Using Low Iron Glass Compared To Clear Float Glass

Table 2-1 CSP Solar Market Growth Key Factors Driving Demand

Table 2-2 CSP Production Aspects

Figure 2-3 Low Iron Solar Mirror Glass And Receivers For Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013

Table 2-4 Low Iron Solar Mirror Glass and Receivers for Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2013

Figure 2-5 Guardian PV Laminated Mirrors

Figure 2-6 Guardian PV CSP Laminated Mirrors

Figure 2-7 Schott Solar Low Iron Glass

Table 2-8 Schott Solar CSP Technology Strengths

Table 2-9 Schott Solar CSP Technology Challenges

Table 2-10 Flabeg ROI Assumptions

Figure 2-11 Flabeg Installations in Spain Source:  Flabeg.

Figure 2-12 Flabeg Installations in US and India Source:  Flabeg.

Figure 2-13 Flabeg Installations in Abu Dhabi, Australia, and Egypt Source:  Flabeg.

Figure 2-14 Flabeg Worldwide Installations Source:  Flabeg.

Figure 2-15 Low Iron Solar Glass Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Mirrors and Receivers Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020

Table 2-16 Low Iron Solar Glass Markets Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020

Table 2-17 Low Iron Glass and Receiver Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Market Segment Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014-2020

Table 2-18 Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Installed Capacity Market Forecasts Worldwide, 2014-2020

Figure 2-19 Rio Solar Glass Production Process

Table 2-20 Technology Of Nippon Sheet Glass Pilkington NSG TEC Low Iron Glass™ Products

Figure 2-21 US Silica Low Iron Sand Mines

Table 2-22 Low Iron Solar Glass Market Shares, Tonnes, Worldwide, 2010

Table 2-23 Low Iron Solar Glass Installed Capacity, Tonnes, Worldwide, 2010

Figure 2-24 Float Lines in The World by Region- 407

Figure 2-25 Nippon Sheet Glass Co., Ltd NSG Current and Planned Capacity

Table 2-26 PV Solar Glass Production Facilities

Figure 2-27 Glass Lines Needed to Support PV Development to 2020

Figure 2-28 Glass Production Growth per Segment Until 2015

Figure 2-29 Glass Production Cost Structure, 2010

Figure 2-30 Cost Structure for 50 MW Plant

Table 2-31 Low Iron Glass Company Summary by Country

Figure 2-32 Global Flat Glass Producers

Figure 2-33 European Float Sheet Capacity by Company

Figure 2-34 Low Iron Glass Number of Tanks and Capacity

Figure 2-35 Flat Glass Revenue Growth and Averages

Figure 2-36 Major Soda Ash Producers by Capacity

Table 2-37 Low Iron Silica Cost Reduction Through Localization

Figure 2-38 China Allows Media to Report on Air Pollution Crisis

Figure 2-39 Components of Solar Trough CSP Plant

Table 2-40 Construction Costs of 50 MW CSP Plant

Table 2-41 Economic Impact of 50 MW CSP Plant – HIGH (Maximum Local Purchasing)

Table 2-42 Economic Impact of 50 MW CSP Plant – LOW (Minimal Local Purchasing)

Table 2-43 Annual Operating Costs of 50 MW CSP Plant

Table 2-44 Economic Impact of Operating 50 MW CSP Plant

Table 2-45 Fiscal Impact of a 50 MW CSP Plant in New Mexico over 30 Years

Figure 2-46 Total Value of CSP Plant

Table 2-47 Construction Costs of 100 MW CSP Plant

Table 2-48 Parabolic-Reflector Power Station Glass Requirements

Table 2-49 PV Float Glass Plant Design Constraints

Table 2-50 CSP Low Iron Glass Specific Requirements

Figure 2-51 Nano Silver Coating

Figure 2-55 RioGlass Nano Silver Coating Reflectivity

Figure 2-56 Solar Low Iron Glass Market Characteristics Factors

Table 2-57 R&D Directions To Optimize Production Of PV Thin Film Solar Glass

Table 2-58 R&D Directions To Optimize Control Of PV Thin Film Solar Glass Coatings

Table 2-59 Guardian CSP Mirror R&D Successes

Table 2-60 R&D Directions To Optimize Glass Properties Of PV Thin Film Solar Glass

Table 2-61 Create More Resilient Glass Able To Be Stable For 25 Years

Table 2-62 Low Iron Glass Market Driving Factors

Table 2-63 Low Iron Glass Market Issues

Table 2-64 Parabolic-Reflector Power Station Glass Requirements

Table 2-65 PV Float Glass Plant Design Constraints

Table 2-66 CSP Low Iron Glass Specific Requirements

Table 2-67 CSP Low Iron Glass Market Characteristics Factors

Table 2-68 Create More Resilient Glass Able To Be Stable For 25 Years

Table 2-69 Concentrating Solar Power Projects by Project Name

Table 2-70 Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Projects That Use Parabolic Trough Systems

Table 2-71 Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Projects That Use Linear Fresnel Reflector Systems

Table 2-72 Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Projects

Table 2-73 Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Projects That Use Dish/Engine Systems

Table 2-74 Concentrating Solar Power Projects by Project Country

Figure 2-75 Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Projects In The United States

Table 2-76 Concentrating solar power (CSP) projects in Chile

Table 2-77 Concentrating solar power (CSP) projects in Mexico

Table 2-78 Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Projects in Algeria

Table 2-79 Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Projects in France

Table 2-80 Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Projects in Egypt

Table 2-81 Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Projects in South Africa

Table 2-82 Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Projects in United Arab Emirates

Table 2-83 Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Projects in India

Table 2-84  Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Projects in China

Table 2-85 Table 2-86

Table 2-87 Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Projects in Australia.

Table 2-88 List of Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Installations

Table 2-89 Number of HelioStats in Each CSP

Table 2-90 Details of Parabolic Trough Projects, General Contractor, Supplier, Glass, Turbine

Table 2-91 CSP Installations and Suppliers

Figure 2-92 RIO Tempered Glass ROI Analysis

Figure 2-93 RioGlass Tempered Glass ROI

Figure 2-94 RioGlass 50 MW Plant Tempered Glass ROI

Table 2-95 ACWA Holding / Sun & Life / Flabeg ROI for Annealed Solar Mirrors

Figure 2-96 Reflectech Pricing

Figure 2-97 Low Iron CSP Solar Glass Regional Market Segments, Dollars,  2013

Table 2-98 Low Iron CSP Solar Glass Regional Market Segments, 2013

Table 3-1 Low Iron Solar Glass Application Areas for Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) and Concentrated Photovoltaic (CPV)

Table 3-2 Schott PTR®70 Receiver Features

Figure 3-3 Schott Solar Receivers

Figure 3-4 Schott Solar Receiver Manufacturing Excellence Award

Figure 3-5 CSP Solar Receiver Group Wide Best Production@SCHOTT Award

Figure 3-6 Schott Receivers As Specialized Part Of The Solar Field

Figure 3-7 Schott Solar CSP: Receivers

Figure 3-8 Schott PTR® 70 Receiver Platform

Table 3-9 Schott PTR® 70 Receiver Platform Modules

Table 3-10 Schott PTR® 70 Advanced Receiver Features

Table 3-11 Schott Solar Receiver Compact Bellow Design Components Specification

Table 3-12 Schott Solar Receiver Compact Bellow Design Components Solar, Thermal, and Vacuum Specification

Table 3-13 Schott Solar Receiver Design Components

Figure 3-14 Guardian PV Laminated Mirrors

Figure 3-15 Guardian PV CSP Laminated Mirrors

Figure 3-16 Guardian CSP Laminated Broken Mirror Still Works

Figure 3-17 Guardian Wind Tunnel Testing of Laminated CSP Mirrors

Figure 3-18 Guardian Wind Tunnel Breaking of Laminated CSP Mirrors

Figure 3-19 Guardian Durable Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Mirrors

Figure 3-20 Emmaqua Test by Atlas at Phoenix, Arizona

Table 3-21Guardian Sun-Tracking Mirrors

Table 3-22 Guardian Copper Accelerated Acetic Acid Salt Spray (CASS) Test

Table 3-23 Guardian Salt Spray (SS) Test

Table 3-24 Guardian Humidity test

Table 3-25 Guardian Climate Cycling Test

Table 3-26 Guardian UV Test

Table 3-27 Guardian Damp Heat Test

Table 3-28 Guardian Wind Tunnel Test

Table 3-29 Guardian Outdoor Exposure Test3

Figure 3-30 Guardian UltraWhite Low-Iron Glass

Table 3-31 Guardian EcoGuard® Solar Modules

Figure 3-32 Guardian EcoGuard® Solar Modules

Figure 3-33 Guardian Parabolic Mirrors

Figure 3-34 Guardian Solar Glass Positioning

Table 3-35 Flabeg Parabolic Mirrors Features

Figure 3-36 Flabeg Mirrors For Parabolic Troughs

Figure 3-37 Flabeg Mirrors For Parabolic Troughs Description

Figure 3-38 Flabeg Mirrors For Solar Dishes

Figure 3-39 Flabeg Mirrors For Towers and Linear Fresnel

Figure 3-40 Flabeg Mirrors For Towers and Linear Fresnel Description

Figure 3-41 Flabeg Mirrors For Concentrated Solar Photovoltaic

Table 3-42 Flabeg Leading Glass Technology Aspects

Table 3-43 Flabeg Solar Concentrating Mirror Benefits

Table 3-44 Flabeg ROI for Annealed Solar Mirrors

Figure 3-45 Flabeg Annealed Solar Mirrors

Figure 3-46 Flabeg Annealed Solar Mirrors vs. Tempered Advantages

Figure 3-47 Flabeg Parabolic Mirrors for Concentrating Solar Power (CSP)

Figure 3-48  Flabeg Parabolic Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Mirrors

Table 3-49 Flabeg Testing and Durability of Mirror Coating System

Table 3-50 Flabeg Available Mirror Types

Figure 3-51 Flabeg Available Mirror Types

Table 3-52 Flabeg CSP Coatings

Table 3-53 Flabeg CSP Packaging

Figure 3-54 Flabeg Flat Mirrors for Concentrating Solar Power (CSP)

Table 3-55 Flabeg CSP Quality testing

Table 3-56 Flabeg CSP Quality Testing Metrics

Figure 3-57 Emirates Float Glass Dura GLARE

Figure 3-58 Emirates Float Glass Dura GLARE Performance

Figure 3-59 Rio Glass Solar CSP Installations I and II

Figure 3-60 Rio Glass Solar CSP Installations 1

Figure 3-61 Rio Glass Solar CSP Installations 2

Table 3-62 Rio Glass Production Process

Table 3-63 Rio Glass Nano Silver Coatings

Figure 3-64 Rio Glass Nano Silver Coating Capabilities

Figure 3-65 Rio Glass CSP Operational Advantages

Figure 3-66 Rio Solar Glass Edge Protection

Figure 3-67 Rio Solar Glass Edge Preparation Description

Figure 3-68 Rio Solar Glass Edge Specifications

Figure 3-69 Rio Glass Robot Edging for Solar Protection

Figure 3-70 Rio Solar Glass Edge Protection Durability Analysis

Figure 3-71 Rio Solar Glass Deflectrometry Analysis

Figure 3-72 Rio Solar Glass Deflectrometry Analysis Summary

Figure 3-73 Rio Glass Solar Mirror Reflectance Measurements

Figure 3-74 Rio Glass CSP Shot Testing Preparation

Figure 3-75 Rio Glass CSP Testing Design

Figure 3-76 Rio Glass CSP Shot Testing Measurements

Figure 3-77 Rio Glass CSP Shot Testing Results

Figure 3-78 Rio Glass CSP Ball Drop Testing Measurements

Figure 3-79 Rio Glass CSP Multi Impact Cannon Testing Measurements

Figure 3-80 Rio Glass CSP Scaled Wind Tunnel Testing Measurements

Figure 3-81 Rio Glass CSP Scaled Wind Tunnel Testing Measurements

Figure 3-82 Rio Glass CSP Scaled Wind Tunnel Testing Fragments Speed Claculation

Figure 3-83 Rio Glass CSP Testing Measurements

Figure 3-84 Rio Glass CSP Variable Temperature Testing Measurements

Figure 3-85 Rio Glass CSP Flexion Load Test With Vaariable Temperature Measurements

Figure 3-86 Rio Glass CSP Testing Measurements Conclusions

Figure 3-87 Rio Glass CSP Testing Certificate

Figure 3-88 RIO Glass US Manufacturing in Arizona

Figure 3-89 Guangfeng Solar Mirror Low Iron Glass

Figure 3-90 Guangfeng Solar Flat Low Iron Glass

Figure 3-91 Guangfeng Solar Flat Mirror Low Iron Glass

Figure 3-92 Guangfeng Solar Low Iron Glass Uses

Figure 3-93 Guangfeng Solar Light Transmittance of Low Iron Glass

Figure 3-94 Guangfeng Solar Light Transmittance Main Characteristics of Low Iron Glass

Figure 3-95 Guangfeng Solar Energy Transmittance of Low Iron Patterned Glass

Figure 3-96 Guangfeng Solar Specifications and Properties of Low Iron Glass

Table 3-97 Guangfeng Solarglass Characteristics

Figure 3-98 Guangfeng Solarglass (Hong Kong) Low Iron Patterned Glass, Low Iron Float Glass, and Solar Mirrors

Figure 3-99 Nippon Sheet Glass Pilkington Solar Energy

Figure 3-100 Nippon Sheet Solar Energy Glass

Table 3-101 Nippon Sheet Glass Pilkington  Low Iron Patterned Glass for C-Si Cell

Figure 3-102 Nippon Sheet Glass Pilkington Concentrated Solar Power

Figure 3-103 Nippon Sheet Glass Pilkington Sunplus™ and Pilkington Optiwhite™ For Solar Thermal Collectors

Table 3-104 Nippon Sheet Glass Pilkington NSG TEC™ Range Product Features

Table 3-105Properties Of Nippon Sheet Glass Pilkington NSG TEC Glass™ Products

Table 3-106 Technology Of Nippon Sheet Glass Pilkington NSG TEC Low Iron Glass™ Products

Figure 3-107 Masdar, Total S.A. and Abengoa Solar Abu Dhabi Solar Power Plant

Figure 3-108 Borosil Glass Works

Table 3-109 Dongguan CSG Low Iron Solar Glass Parameter s

Table 3-110 Dongguan Primary CSG Low Iron Solar Glass Characteristics

Table 3-111 Dongguan Tempered CSG Low Iron Solar Glass Characteristics

Table 3-112 Dongguan Anti-reflective Coating CSG Low Iron Solar Glass Characteristics

Figure 3-113 f | Solar Manufacturing Of High-Quality Glass

Figure 3-114 f | solar Glass Plant

Figure 3-115 f | solar Glass Making

Table 4-1 CSP Low Iron Glass Functional Characteristics

Table 4-2 CSP Low Iron Glass Application of Coatings

Figure 4-3 Rio Wind Tunnel Testing

Figure 4-4 RioGlass Full Scale Wind Tunnel Testing Set Up

Figure 4-5 RioGlass Full Scale Wind Tunnel Testing Air Flow

Figure 4-6 RioGlass Full Scale Wind Tunnel

Figure 4-7 CSP Glass Production Processes

Table 4-8 Parabolic Mirrors Solar Generation Elements

Figure 4-9 Schott PTR 70 Receiver Heat Transfer Fluid

Table 4-10 Key Parameters For The Yield Of A CSP Plant

Table 4-11 Low Iron Solar Glass Coatings

Table 4-12 Low Iron Solar Glass Coating Functions

Table 4-13 Nanotechnology techniques are emerging that permit even better laying

Figure 5-1 Flabeg Worldwide Presence: Solar Glass

Figure 5-2 Flabeg QDec Measurement

Figure 5-3 Flabeg Solar Mirrors

Figure 5-4 Flabeg CSP Solar Mirrors

Figure 5-5 Flabeg Development Partners

Figure 5-6 Flabeg Ultimate Trough Design

Table 5-7 FLABEG Holding GmbH Profile

Figure 5-8 Flabeg Worldwide Presence: Solar Glass

Figure 5-9 Alanod-Solar in Germany

Table 5-10 China Glass Holdings CSGA's Notable Projects

Figure 5-11 Guangfeng Solarglass (Hong Kong) Low Iron Patterned Glass, Low Iron Float Glass, and Solar Mirrors

Figure 5-12 Nippon / Pilkington Brand Elegance

Figure 5-13 Pilkington Low-Iron Clear Float Glass Features Source:  WinterGreen Research, Inc.

Figure 5-14 Pilkington Low-Iron Clear Float Glass Benefits Source:  WinterGreen Research, Inc.

Figure 5-15 Pilkington Low-Iron Clear Float Glass

Figure 5-16 Pilkington Low-Iron Clear Float Glass Architecture

Figure 5-17 Nippon Sheet Glass Revenue and Logistics Business

Figure 5-18 Nippon Sheet Glass Business Segments

Figrue 5-19 Nippon Sheet Glass Pinkington World Presence

Figure 5-20 Nippon Sheet Glass Pinkington Northern Ballet Leeds UK

Figure 5-21 Nippon Sheet Glass Glazing In Car Show Room Ukraine

Figure 5-22 One Post Office Square Boston MA US

Figure 5-23 Centro Cultural Gabrieta Midtrial - Chile

Figure 5-24 Nippon Sheet Glass Solar Production Facilities Operational Plants

Figure 5-25 Nippon Sheet Glass Co., Ltd.NSG Group Current and Planned Capacity

Figure 5-26 Nippon Sheet Glass Co., Ltd. NSG Sales from Solar Sector

Table 5-27 Nippon Sheet Glass NSG Group Future Growth Options

Table 5-28 Nippon Sheet Glass Greenfield TCO float

Figure 5-29 ReflecTech®  Mirror Film

Figure 5-30 ReflecTech®  Mirror Film Characteristics

Figure 5-31 RIO Solar Glass Group

Figure 5-32 RioGlass Profile

Figure 5-33 RioGlass Product Lines

Figure 5-34 RIO Solar Glass Location Map

Figure 5-35 RIO Solar Glass Group Solar 1 and Solar 2 Locations

Figure 5-36 RIO Solar Glass Nano Silver Coating

Figure 5-37 RIO Solar Glass Group Customers

Figure 5-38 RIO Solar Glass Installation

Figure 5-39 RIO Solar Glass Seville Installation

Figure 5-40 RIO Solar Glass Nextra Martin Site

Figure 5-41 RIO Solar Glass Nextra Martin Site Overview

Figure 5-42 RIO Solar Glass Projects

Figure 5-43 RIO Solar Glass Buildings Project

Figure 5-44 RIO Solar Glass Overview

Figure 5-45 SolarWood Technologies

Figure 5-46 Sener Solar Tower Project

Table 5-47 Schott Solar CSP

Figure 5-48 Schott Global Presence

Figure 5-49 Solar Irradiation World Map

Table 5-50 SCHOTT POLY® PV Modules Key Advantages:

Figure 5-51 Schott ProductsGlass-to-Metal-Seals and Ceramic-to-Metal-Seals

Figure 5-52 Schott Automotive Glass

Figure 5-53 Schott Defense Seals

Figure 5-54 Schott Industry Special Products

Table 5-55 Schott Electronic Packaging Product Benefits:

Figure 5-56 Schott A Flexible Glass Fiber Light Guides Transmit The Light

Figure 5-57 Schott Ultra thin Glass Flexible Substrates

Table 5-58 SCHOTT Solar Products Photovoltaic Modules Advantages

Figure 5-59 Şişecam Group Sales Profile

Figure 5-60 Şişecam Group Results by Businesses

Figure 5-61 Şişecam Group Revenue

Figure 5-62 Şişecam Group Revenue and International Sales

Figure 5-63 Şişecam Group Employees and Glass Production

Table 5-64 Targray Materials Intelligence Segments

Figure 5-65 Trakya Cam Float glass Manufacturing Process

Figure 5-66 US Silica Low Iron Sand Mines

Table 5-57 US Silica Locations


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