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Electricity Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

The term utility is multifaceted. It either refers to an organization that provides a crucial infrastructural service, or the service itself. Electricity is an essential utility in our society and one that is heavily regulated and scrutinized. Since its introduction in 1882, with electric lighting, electricity has been an important component of life in America and life in developed countries around the world. Currently, electricity is viewed as a natural monopoly. The creation and distribution of electricity is only efficient if a limited number of organizations are allowed to participate in the market. Governmental regulation and control is typically limited to rate of return and cost structure. Independent vertically integrated entities thus have fidelity in the generation of power and retail of services. While some concern exists regarding price manipulation and reliable distribution to the consumer, the Electricity Industry has been open to multiple competitors in single market structures since the 1990’s which has led to improvements in efficiency. Currently EON located in Germany is the world’s largest electric power company, while Duke Energy is the largest in the United States. These corporate entities deal with all aspects of sales and production of electric power.
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  • Zambia Power Q3 2018

    ... Solar Initiative' is gaining tractionwithin the market, presenting investment opportunities and posing an upside for power diversification in the country. Significanttransmission infrastructure development will see Zambia increasing electricity exports as generation outstrips consumption from2020 onwards. Read More

  • Botswana Power Q3 2018

    ... online and availability of coal. Although the expiry of the Morupule B IPP over contractual disputes willdeter some investors, the developments of the CBM bodes well for the prospect of gas-fired capacity in the country. Read More

  • Cote d'Ivoire Power Q3 2018

    ... power generation will remain thedominant source of electricity, we are more bullish on the prospect for new hydropower and non-hydropower renewableinvestments with the government's current plans. The development of the WAPP will ensure increased trade ... Read More

  • Ghana Power Q3 2018

    ... projects coming online will ensure that the power sector is diversified somewhat, the lack of progress on plannedrenewable projects leaves us more bearish on the share of non-hydro renewable generation in the country's power mix. Read More

  • New Zealand Renewables Q3 2018

    ... development ofrenewables and already makes extensive use of sources such as geothermals to meet domestic consumption demands. Windpower is also relatively well developed and while solar power currently lags behind there is scope for significant ... Read More

  • United States Power Q3 2018

    ... be the main drivers of developmentin the US electricity sector over the coming decade. This quarter the planned retirement of additional nuclear power plantsreinforced our view that the US nuclear industry will continue to struggle ... Read More

  • Myanmar Power Q3 2018

    ... will result in the share of gas in the power mix risingsignificantly, from 36% in 2017 to 44% in 2027, while the share of hydropower will fall from 57% in 2017 to 48% in 2027. Read More

  • Norway Power Q3 2018

    ... with new windfarms being brought online from 2018 to 2020, hydropower will remain the dominant source of electricity, making up more than90% of total power output in the country. The development of regional interconnections will ... Read More

  • Sweden Power Q3 2018

    ... the coming decade, aslimited scope for nuclear and hydropower new-builds will elevate the importance of wind and biomass power to energy security.This will compound the issue of a lack of sufficient baseload capacity, negatively affecting ... Read More

  • United Kingdom Power Q3 2018

    ... ageing coal plants and a rebound in gas power plant economics support its usage.The share of renewable energy will also gradually increase, as the UK maintains its position as the global leader in offfshore winddeployment. Read More

  • United States Renewables Q3 2018

    ... financing. We hold anupbeat structural outlook for the US renewables sector, underpinned by the presence of federal tax incentives and favourable state-level policies, as well as increasing commitment from utilities and corporate power consumers to ... Read More

  • Denmark Power Q3 2018

    ... sources. The ongoinggovernment commitment to cleaner sources of energy will ensure Denmark's hydropower and renewables sectorsremain attractive prospects for investors, though slow consumption growth could hinder the future development of new capacity,leaving Denmark increasingly reliant ... Read More

  • Angola Power Q3 2018

    ... forecast period. While the country will remain vulnerable to electricity deficitsdue to its high reliance on hydroelectricity, the completion of the Soyo CCGT will provide some diversification and increase investorinterest for further thermal power projects. Read More

  • Chile Power Q3 2018

    ... are likely due to thechange in government, with new President Sebastian Piñera likely to place more emphasis on market forces instead of stateintervention, overall we expect to see a high level of continuity and stability ... Read More

  • Czech Republic Power Q3 2018

    ... capacity being decommissioned. Thermal electricitywill remain the dominant source of power due to continued support for the domestic coal industry. A lack of new projects meansthat Czech Republic will be a net-electricity importer before 2027. Read More

  • Czech Republic Renewables Q3 2018

    ... and around 6.4% of total electricity generated, howeversince the removal of subsidies the sector has stagnated and very little growth has been achieved since 2015. Wind and solar powerremain in the early stages of development ... Read More

  • Ecuador Power Q3 2018

    ... hydropower is expected to account for more than 80% of the country'stotal power output and we anticipate this share to stay largely stable until 2027. Meanwhile, the country's non-hydrorenewables sector will remain small and underdeveloped. ... Read More

  • France Renewables Q3 2018

    ... reduce the country's reliance on nuclear power generation. The country's supportiveregulatory framework and high ambitions for renewables growth will generate substantial investment opportunities in the wind andsolar sectors over our 10-year forecast period - with ... Read More

  • Cambodia Power Q2 2018

    ... coal-based schemes have been introduced. This should leave thecountry with plentiful spare generation. Neighbouring Vietnam, which will finance a number of power projects, plans to make gooduse of Cambodia's potential export capability, as does Thailand ... Read More

  • Morocco Renewables Q3 2018

    ... decade. This will cement the country's pushto develop CSP solar capacity, given the technology's ability to store power and mitigate the impact of solar generationintermittence. We expect non-hydropower renewables to comprise 25% of power generation ... Read More

  • Pakistan Power Q3 2018

    ... supply issues. Coal will become an increasingly important fuel forelectricity generation, as the share of oil diminishes .The development of new nuclear, the partial commissioning of the vasthydropower project pipeline and continued investment into the ... Read More

  • Thailand Power Q3 2018

    ... of our forecast period in 2027, compared with 69% in 2017. This is despite thegovernment’s plan to reduce its reliance on gas-fired power generation, due to dwindling domestic production, and to integrateother fuel sources,including coal ... Read More

  • Utility Brokers & Consultants (UK) - Industry Report

    ... LOVE ENERGY SAVINGS.COM LTD and INPROVA ENERGY LTD. This report covers activities such as energy, energy management, energy procurement, electricity suppliers, energy purchasing and includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the ... Read More

  • Electricity Producers & Distributors (NORWAY) - Industry Report

    ... E-CO ENERGI HOLDING AS and TRONDERENERGI AS. This report includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past four years. Plimsoll Publishing’s latest Electricity Producers & Distributors (NORWAY) analysis is ideal for ... Read More

  • Switchgear Manufacturers & Suppliers (UK) - Industry Report

    ... LTD, MARDIX HOLDINGS LTD and LUCY ELECTRIC UK LTD. This report covers activities such as switchgear, control panels, electrical, manufacturing, control and includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past four ... Read More

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