Solar Power In The Us Industry Market Research Report From Ibisworld Has Been Updated | Benzinga

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Electricity consumption is expected to pick up in the next five years, and operators are poised to meet the growing demand for cleaner energy, says Ulama. PV solar power generation is also anticipated to achieve grid parity during this time period, whereby the cost of solar-generated electricity is equal to or less than the retail rate of grid power. These trends suggest that the industry will become more viable in the next five years, lowering its dependence on government assistance. The Solar Power industry has a low level of concentration. There is currently only one major player, NextEra Energy Inc., with a market share of 12.0%, but this will likely change in the near future. In a climate of high growth, companies are more willing to expand their operations to gain market share, and many companies are finalizing solar projects that will increase their solar-generating capacity. However, industry concentration remains low because of the lack of economies of scope in the industry. While individual solar power facilities are getting larger, there appears to be little movement toward owning facilities across many areas.
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