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Impact of Global Trends on Power Utilities

Impact of Global Trends on Power Utilities

Frost & Sullivan followed a 3-step approach to develop this analysis

Secondary Research

Secondary research was conducted to develop a baseline understanding of the traditional utility industry. It also assisted in identifying key industry participants for the primary interview stage and to provide high-level contextual data for the utility industry.

Primary Research

Primary research was focused on obtaining targeted information from utilities, independent power producers (IPPs), project developers, and other industry stakeholders by means of telephonic interviews.

Internal Expertise

Frost & Sullivan tapped into its own global expertise in the industry to develop insights into the global utility industry.

About this report

As trade expansion and inflows of foreign capital quicken the pace of Thailand’s economic growth, the country’s logistics industry is establishing itself as a crucial contributor to national competitiveness, thereby bringing with it associated economic multipliers. This research provides insights into how regional developments, new trends, and key drivers and restraints will impact industry volume in Thailand and the various market scenarios likely to develop in the course of the year. It also provides the implications of the ASEAN Economic Community and the new opportunities that are expected to transform the logistics landscape of Thailand.

  • Executive Summary
    • Research Scope and Methodology
    • Expected Energy Landscape in 2035
    • Energy Sector Challenges
    • Global Mega Trends
    • Key Questions This Study Will Answer
    • Key Findings
  • Traditional Utility Business Model
    • Traditional Utility Model
    • Challenges in the Traditional Model of Utilities
  • Evolving Utility Models
    • Role of the Future Utilities
  • Utility Business Models Mapping
  • Strategic Options for Participants
  • Policy Enablers
    • Current Policy Disincentives for the Shift
    • Subsidy Support for Distributed Generation-Renewable Energy Incentives Program
    • Removing Disincentive for EE Measures-Revenue Decoupling
    • Reward-enhancing Customer Value-Performance-based Regulation
    • Removing Incentives From Current Structure-Focus Shift From Cost of Service Regulation
  • Conclusions

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