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  • EuPD Research is an international service provider focusing on B2B market research with a highly specialized multilingual interview center. We provide our clients in Europe, Asia and the US with the entire range of qualitative and quantitative research services. With the help of in-depth market knowledge combined with methodological professionalism, we provide practical, future-oriented business solutions and ensure that our clients receive a return on their research investment. Our continuous research has enabled us to develop particular skills in the field of renewable energy sources, particularly in the field of solar energy.
Hoehner Research And Consulting Group Gmbh Press Release -

  • New publication supports strategic decision making in the thin film market
  • This week sees EuPD Research publish a new publication titled "PV Thin Film Guidebook 2011". It provides comprehensive insight on the thin film segment of photovoltaics. In this publication, the authors cover the most important questions currently under debate in an uncertain market environment. They examine the latest market information and forecasts made by key industry stakeholders.
  • July 27, 2011
  • EuPD Research and the British Photovoltaic Association sign agreement
  • EuPD Research and the British Photovoltaic Association (BPVA) have reached agreement for their close cooperation in the global PV industry. This agreement is wide ranging and signals a commitment to combine their market expertise and through this increase public awareness not only in the British PV market but also on a global scale.
  • February 09, 2011
  • EEG compromise: PV-funding to be tailored to installed capacity
  • Berlin was the scene of an agreement between branch representatives and members of the German government on the adjustment of solar incentives, a step which can indeed be seen as an earlier than planned reduction. Future feed-in-tariffs (FIT) are to be adjusted in accordance with annual installed capacity. Possible cutbacks are being brought forward to July 1.
  • January 21, 2011