These customised services are undertaken on a chargeable basis to reflect the value of the information and the resources required to make it available.
In this capacity the work is undertaken by our parent organisation WolfeWare Limited trading as Wiki-Solar. Payments will be made to WolfeWare as shown on this page.
How the reports are compiled and delivered
Reports are individually compiled for each order, so are always up-to-date using the latest information on the Wiki-Solar Database. Please remember that our Database covers utility-scale solar projects, so plants below 4MWac will not usually be included (though there are some exceptions).
Our reports are produced for the exclusive use of the purchaser. They must not be disseminated to any third parties. To allow time for compilation, appropriate checking and quality assurance, there may be a delay of typically three working days between order placement and delivery.
The reports are compiled using the extensive Wiki-Solar Database, also used to produce these maps. Please remember that the Database may not have full details of every aspect of and every participant in every project, so these reports may not cover the entire installed capacity existing in the relevant region.
Further details on the way in which the data is processed for our reports are given here.
How you can use our information to enhance your business
Wiki-Solar makes some of the information produced from its extensive database available on an open source basis, particularly through the mapping and data analysis activities. But if you are active developing or operating utility-scale solar power plant, you may want to 'drill down' for more specific data or contacts.
Clients who have acquired our data include: Accenture, BayWa r.e, Belectric (RWE), CommodityWeather, Deloitte, Duke Energy, Ecoppia, EDF, ENEL, Engie, Hanwha, Huawei, Iberdrola, Ingeteam, IRENA - The International Renewable Energy Agency, Landgate, Lightsource BP, Mounting Systems, Nexans, Ontario Power,Siemens, SMA, Solar Edge, Wärtsilä, and WRI - The World Resources Institute. It has also been bought for use in research by universities and institutes worldwide from Beijing to Jaén.
We provide customised information for individual applicants including:
For lists of the key project participants in the world's main utility-scale solar markets:
For a list of projects in a given region:
For overviews of the projects, participants and system design issues in any world market for utility-scale solar power:
We also offer an annual / quarterly updating service as described here.