Solar Project Database - Deal Tracker Online

Solarbuzz was acquired by IHS in 2014. The combined data and analysis from Solarbuzz and IHS has now been integrated into enhanced product offerings. The most up-to-date description of this product is available on the IHS Technology website.

Gain access to worldwide solar projects with an online dashboard

A first in the industry, the Deal Tracker Online offers comprehensive database coverage of downstream project activity in key end-markets globally. This frequently updated database provides detailed information for both completed and planned projects.

Decision makers throughout the solar PV supply chain can monitor projects by installer, project developer, market segment, city, country, installation type, and other important criteria—in a simple online dashboard format.

The completion status of all pipeline projects are tracked across various stages, from pre-planning to application approval, to projects currently being installed. This allows projects currently at ‘shovel-ready’ status to be monitored in real time.

Identify new opportunities based on

  • Upcoming projects that need partners or suppliers
  • Projects that have just been awarded application approval
  • Recently completed projects for potential follow-up business opportunities
  • Delayed or terminated projects for opportunities to complete or revise them

Data Covered

A detailed listing of solar projects (250 KW and larger) completed or planned, with a pipeline in these key regions: US, UK, MEA, Latin America, Emerging Asia, and the Top 10 regions in the world

The online database provides details on every listed project:

  • Installer
  • Project developer
  • Name of System Owner or Host
  • Market Segment
  • City
  • State/Province/Region
  • Type of installation (roof mount, ground, fixed, tracking)
  • Watt Peak DC
  • Installation year(s) and quarters
  • Project Status (Pending, Pre-planning, Planned, Planned-Approved, Being Installed, Completed, Withdrawn, and Terminated)

Key Questions Answered

  • Who are the most promising commercial and government customers based on recent completed and upcoming projects?
  • Which types of projects (system size, roof or ground, fixed versus tracking) are the most common for each location and customer?
  • Which financiers are active in this market? What types of projects do they support?
  • Which companies have recently entered into new installer/project developer alliances?
  • Which installers and project developers should you contact for module supply?
  • How can you ensure that module specs are configured to meet upcoming RFP requirements and current trends for end-market segments and applications?
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