According to the solar energy outlook for 2014, as analyzed by Renewable Energy World.com, the U.S. solar market is going to have the brightest performance in coming years due to financial innovations. For China, the Latin American market will have a slow but steady rise.
In addition, some experts believe that cutting subsidies will somehow trigger the reform in the global solar energy market. Without financial injections from governments, the players who are unable to keep cost down will be left out of keen competition or merge with solid competitors. The PV industry will reinforce cost competitiveness through such a reform. Meanwhile, the solar energy market will be steered on the correct path—it won’t be subsidies-led but will be market- or demand-led.
Source:Renewable Energy World.com