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In 2010, the U.S. installed 887 megawatts1 (MW)of grid-connected photovoltaics (PV), representing104% growth over the 435 MW installed in 2009. Despite this, U.S. market share of global installations fell to 5.1%, down from 6% in 2009 due to even faster growth abroad. Over the past six years, the U.S. has been growing at a relatively even pace with the global market; as aresult, U.S. market share of global installations has consistently hovered between 5% and 7% since 2005. In 2011, however, this pattern is likely to end. A slowdown in major European markets (most notably Italy and Germany)2, combined with the continued strength of the U.S. market, has already led most PV manufacturers and developers to seek opportunities in the U.S. We anticipate an exciting, if volatile, year in the U.S. PV market. This report catalogues the beginning of this period.




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In the first quarter of 2011, the U.S. installed 252 MW of grid-connected PV. Although this represents a sequential decline of 110 MW from the fourth quarter of 2010, two factors should be taken into account. First, the Q4 2010 totals were propped up by the completion of 167 MW of utility PV as compared to only 33 MW in Q1 2011. The utility PV market remains lumpy as the completion of only a few plants can represent a huge swing in capacity additions from quarter to quarter, so little meaning should be attached to this variability. Second, seasonal weatherrelated impacts (particularly in Northeast U.S. markets) always push down total installations in the fi rst quarter. In 2010, for example, only 17% of the total annual installations were completed by the end of March.


A more meaningful measurement is to compare the fi rst quarter of 2011 with the first quarter of 2010. By this standard, Q1 2011 was strong, showing 66% year-over-year growth. As will be discussed in a subsequent section, the majority of this growth came in the non-residential sector, which grew 119% over Q1 2010. Despite strong growth in the fi rst quarter, the market will need to ramp up even faster in order to meet industry expectations, which generally anticipate at least another doubling of the total U.S. PV market in 2011. Given the pipeline of projects and recent module price declines, we believe this outcome remains likely.


The International Food Information Council Foundation debuted the findings from our 2011 IFIC Foundation Food & Health Survey via webcast to a health professional audience on June 29, 2011 and July 21, 2011. Download a copy of the June 29th webcast slides (PDF) and a copy of the July 21st webcast slides (PDF). The Foundation featured the survey findings on food safety in a webcast on September 1, 2011 for National Food Safety Education Month. Download a copy of the September 1st webcast slides (PDF).


The 2011 Food & Health Survey: Consumer Attitudes Toward Food Safety, Nutrition & Health, commissioned by the International Food Information Council Foundation, is the sixth annual national quantitative study designed to gain insights from Americans on important food safety, nutrition, and health-related topics. The research provides the opportunity to gain insight on how Americans view their own diets, their efforts to improve them, how they balance diet and exercise, and their actions when it comes to food safety practices.


This Survey offers the important voice and insights of the consumer for health professionals, government officials, educators, and other interested individuals who seek to improve the lives of Americans.


Food Safety: One-half (51 percent) of Americans are confident in the safety of the U.S. food supply. However, while most Americans are confident and understand food safety is a shared responsibility, Americans are falling behind in regularly performing safe food handling practices. Although eight in 10 Americans report following safe food handling practices, the numbers continue to decline for washing hands with soap and water before handling food (79 percent in 2011; 89 percent in 2010; 92 percent in 2008). Also declining, fewer Americans report washing cutting boards with soap and water (71 percent in 2010; 84 percent in 2008), In addition, half of Americans (50 percent) do not use a food thermometer and 30 percent indicate nothing would encourage them to use a food thermometer. Foodborne illness from bacteria remains the most important food safety issue (50 percent), but the Survey indicated that imported foods (15 percent) and food allergens (8 percent) are also important food safety issues.


Purchasing Influences: While taste prevails and continues to be the main driver of purchasing foods and beverages in 2011 (87 percent), the price of food is increasingly becoming important for Americans consumers. In 2011, a majority of Americans (79 percent) says price impacts their decision when deciding which foods and beverages to purchase, a six percent increase from 2010 and a noteworthy 15 percent increase since 2006. While healthfulness (66 percent), convenience (58 percent), and sustainability (52 percent, new to the 2011 Survey) play roles in consumer decision-making, no other motivator has risen at the same rate as price over the past five years.


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The following Scantron scanner and software updates are available for download. Please review the Release Notes for complete details. If you have any questions or need any assistance, please contact our Technical Support department at 1-800-445-3141.


This update is available for ParTest Online v7.0 only and resolves an issue with the Web File Converter Tool when attempting to convert ParTest test files. Please reference the Release Notes (included in the download) for more information.


Please note: Mac customers running Mac OS X 10.8 may encounter an issue during installation of The T-Pain Effect Bundle. Please download the .zip file above, which contains individual installers for all three products. If you experience any issues or have any questions regarding this installation, please contact us directly at for prompt customer support.


This dataset provides 2011 Census estimates that classify the usual resident population aged 16 and over by their highest level of qualification, for local areas in England and Wales on census day (27 March 2011). Estimates of the economically active student population are also included. For more information please see www.ons.gov.uk


This dataset provides 2011 Census estimates that classify the usual resident population by health, for local areas in England and Wales on census day (27 March 2011). Estimates also include the number of people who provide unpaid care and the number of hours of care that they provide. For more information please see www.ons.gov.uk


This dataset provides 2011 Census estimates that classify the usual resident population by health, for local areas in England and Wales on census day (27 March 2011). Estimates also include the number of people who provide unpaid care and the number of hours of care that they provide.


This dataset provides 2011 Census estimates that classify the usual resident population by ethnic group, for local areas in England and Wales on census day (27 March 2011). The ethnic group classification used in This dataset is an 18 category classification. Please see www.ons.gov.uk for more information.


This dataset provides 2011 Census estimates that classify the usual resident population by ethnic group, for local areas in England and Wales on census day (27 March 2011). The ethnic group classification used in this dataset is an 6 category classification. For more information see


This dataset provides 2011 Census estimates that classify the usual resident population by country of birth, for local areas in England and Wales on census day (27 March 2011).months. For more information see


This dataset provides 2011 Census estimates that classify households by the number of cars or vans available to the household, for local areas in England and Wales on census day (27 March 2011). Estimates of the total number of cars or vans in each area are also included.


The main population base for outputs from the 2011 Census is the usual resident population as at census day 27 March 2011. Although the population base for enumeration included non-UK short-term residents, this population is analysed separately and is not included in the main outputs from the 2011 Census. All outputs, unless specified, are produced using only usual residents of the UK.


"A dependent child is a person aged 0-15 in a household (whether or not in a family) or aged 16-18 in full-time education and living in a family with his or her parent(s). It does not include any children who have a spouse, partner or child living in the household." A person aged 16 to 74 is defined as employed (or in employment) if in the week before the census they carried out at least one hour's paid work, either as an employee or self-employed. Please see ONS 2011 Census for more information


While the full slideshows are available for download through the download button above, below you can find more information about each slide. Scroll down and gain deeper InSight by clicking around and learning more about each slide topic!


Networked Instructions: If you are running on a Network setup, download the .ZIP file using the link above and extract the file and be sure to place the it into your Network "SIMFUND/DATASET/SITD" folder.


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