Thailand Residential and B2B Solar Rooftop Installations Markets 2021-2026: Innovation culture in business models and strategic partnerships to run solar projects in the midst of challenging times

DUBLIN, September 15, 2021– (BUSINESS CABLE)–The “Thailand housing market and B2B sunroof on the roof, forecast for 2026” the report has been added ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offer.

The study includes a macro assessment, market segmentation and size, assessment of competitors, value chain analysis and growth opportunities for photovoltaic systems on the roof for homes and non-homes (defined as business-to-business [B2B]) buildings in Thailand.

Commercial and industrial building segments are the most attractive sub-segments for B2B installation of solar cells on the roof (PV). Most commercial and industrial buildings in Thailand are currently under-penetrated in this market as these buildings do not utilize the available roof area. In perspective, the commercial sector is the most attractive sector, taking into account large existing shopping centers and growth in large commercial properties. The industrial sector is the second most attractive sector with strong expected development of industrial areas in Thailand. Residential buildings will probably offer less space for sunroofs on the roof as it affects the aesthetics of the building.

The value chain consists of upstream (Ingots and Wafer factory to PV panel suppliers) and downstream activities (from distributors to installation services). Modules are clusters of PV cells that are part of a unit, usually under a glass plate. Balance of Systems (BoS) usually consists of inverters, batteries, meters, switches and cables.

The purpose of an assembly structure is to hold the modules together. In addition, tracking systems can be used to optimize the angle of the PV module relative to the sun, which increases the yield by 25% to 40%. System integration is the overall design, procurement and construction (EPC) of value chain components in a solar cell system on the roof. Related activities in the value chain include O&M service, which is required to operate solar panels.

Three major market players are also profiled in this study. Profile information includes products / services, customers, direct subsidiaries, unique points of sale, important plans and SWOT analysis.

EPC is a common business model and also unit type in this market. An EPC normally conducts three activities: construction of solar cell PV roof systems in addition to procuring labor and equipment, supplies for installation and commissioning of solar cell PV roof systems and construction or installation of solar cell PV roof systems.

Electrical contractors and small-scale construction contractors can easily include solar cells on the roof EPC as their extra service. Foreign companies tend not to participate directly in this market but outsource the installation work to local EPCs. EPC with tape for PV manufacturers prefers to focus on large roof projects on the roof.

Growth opportunities in this market include choosing the right business models based on customer segment focus or building type focus and strategic partnerships.

Important topics covered:

1. Strategic imperatives

  • Why is it increasingly difficult to grow?

  • The strategic imperative

  • Impact of the three strategic imperatives for the sunroof industry

  • Growth opportunities nourish the Growth Pipeline Engine

2. Analysis of growth opportunities – Roofing industry

  • Scope of the analysis

  • Market segmentation

  • Background for Thai solar energy production

  • Value chain for the power sector

  • Development of fuel mixture

  • Electricity consumption

  • Growth drivers

  • Growth constraints

  • Forecast assumptions

  • Potential capacity forecast

  • Potential capacity forecast of end users

  • Potential capacity forecast analysis

  • Roof on the roof Solar Value Chain

  • Modules / panels

  • Inverters

  • Mounting structure

  • Technology, procurement and construction

  • Value Chain Segment Profit Summary

  • Solar PV component Installation Price

  • Key Sharing Profile – Thai Solar Energy (TSE)

  • Key parts profile – Gunkul Engineering

  • Key parts profile – SPCG

3. Growth opportunity universe – Solar market on the roof

  • Growth opportunity 1: Adoption of EPC, PPA and distributor models for outsourcing for penetration of residential segments

  • Growth opportunity 2: Adopt EPC, PPA and solar rental plan models for penetration of B2B segments

  • Growth opportunity 3: Partnership with value chain participants for business expansion

  • Growth opportunity overview – Business models

For more information on this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/cmai8u

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