Alternative Sources Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

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Austria Renewables Report

28 Sep 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Renewables
BMI View: Growth levels on Austria's non-hydroelectric renewables market continue to slow as the lack of targets beyond the almost-reached 2020 ones have led to significantly decreasing Feed-in Tariffs that paired with low electricity prices provide little incentive for investors. The sector's capac...
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China Renewables Report

28 Sep 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Renewables
BMI View: We expect non-hydro renewables capacity to increase by an annual average of 7.7% between 2016 and 2025, with an installed capacity base of over 400GW by 2025 - by far the largest renewables market globally .New regulations for grid operators in China will help ease congestion bottlenecks f...
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Cambodia and Laos Power Report

28 Sep 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Power
BMI View: The major players in Asian power supply are clamouring to invest in Cambodia, with the result that huge capacity expansion has been expected from 2015, as hydro-, gas- and coal-based schemes have been introduced. This should leave the country with plentiful spare generation. Neighbouring V...
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Ghana Power Report

28 Sep 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Power
BMI View: Ghana's power sector will suffer from cuts due to erratic gas feedstock and low water levels at hydropower dams. New gas-fired capacity and the Ayitepa wind farm will provide some growth in power generation levels. Plans to build a 2GW coal-fired power plant, alongside further gas-fired po...
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Kazakhstan Power Report

28 Sep 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Power
BMI View: This quarter our core assumptions for the sector remain virtually unchanged. We continue to expect growth in Kazakhstan's power sector over BMI's 10-year forecast period to 2025, in terms of generation and consumption. Although coal will continue to maintain its dominance over our ten-year...
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Pakistan Power Report

28 Sep 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Power
BMI View: A lack of generation capacity, insufficient investment, as well as fuel and water shortages have narrowed the supply/demand margin considerably, negatively impacting economic activity across Pakistan. Supply shortages will be a dominant theme clouding Pakistan's power sector over the near ...
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Romania Power Report

28 Sep 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Power
BMI View: This quarter our main assumptions for the sector remain virtually unchanged. We continue to forecast electricity generation to remain relatively flat - registering annual average growth of 0.85% between 2016 and 2025. Coal will remain the biggest component of the power mix, but gas will ga...
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Singapore Power Report

28 Sep 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Power
BMI View: While other thermal sources - mainly oil - play a role, most of Singapore's electricity is generated from natural gas. From this perspective it should be noted that the country plans to fuel additional capacity with LNG. Similarly, Singapore is one of the leaders in renewable energy in the...
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Taiwan Power Report

28 Sep 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Power
BMI View: Taiwan's power market has grappled with significant political turmoil over the last year, which has implications for investment priorities and the future power mix. Despite USD9bn+ pledged (and largely invested) in a fourth nuclear plant - and a successful safety exercise for its first uni...
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Australia Renewables Report

28 Sep 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Renewables
BMI View: The non-hydropower renewables sector in Australia is expected to expand in 2016 as a number of wind and solar projects come online. Growth continues to fall far short of potential, however, as a lack of investor incentives, cuts to government spending on renewables and ongoing uncertainty ...
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Nigeria Power Report

28 Sep 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Power
BMI View: We have maintained our moribund forecast for growth in electricity generation and capacity this quarter, amid a bleak economic outlook, ongoing disruptions to gas supplies from the Niger Delta and naira weakness. Our view is Nigeria is set to undergo a painful multi-year adjustment to lowe...
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Germany Renewables Report

28 Sep 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Renewables
BMI View: We maintain our upbeat outlook for the German non-hydropower renewables sector, as the introduction of capacity auctions - while slowing down growth in the short-term - will help reduce cost of new capacity and ensure that new intermittent power generating capacity can be integrated into t...
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Finland Power Report

28 Sep 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Power
BMI View: This quarter our forecasts for the sector remain virtually unchanged. We expect Finland to step up plans to gradually reduce coal use and dependence. We also expect biomass-fired power generation to become a key component of Finnish renewables strategy over the next decade, owing to the go...
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Bulgaria Power Report

28 Sep 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Power
BMI View: Our core forecasts for Bulgaria's power sector again remain unchanged this quarter. Limited investment in new power infrastructure means capacity and generation are expected to grow only slowly throughout the forecast period, leaving Bulgaria heavily reliant on coal-fired power plants and,...
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Botswana Power Report

28 Sep 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Power
BMI View: Botswana will remain a net-importer of electricity over our 10-year forecast period. This is due to underperforming coal-fired power plants as a result of malfunctioning equipment and water shortages. Plans to liberalise the power sector will increase private sector interest in the country...
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