Regulation Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis
Regulatory compliance is a pertinent issue to business development, legal compliance, investment strategies, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), profit, and income for numerous companies in heavy industry, manufacturing, construction, utilities and the energy sector. Air emissions, pollution controls and environmental regulations are crucial market drivers for OEMs and vendors supplying equipment and products for pollution abatement and emissions mitigation systems. The modern renewable energy sector has largely been borne from climate change and emissions regulation seeking to penalize greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and subsidize, incentivize or otherwise promote carbon-neutral or carbon mitigation technologies and products. Regulation-bound product and technology markets are high-growth areas due to increasing prevalent environmental regulation in developing economies such as China, India, Brazil, and Russia. Mature regulation-supported product, service and technology markets exist in the developed economies of North America and Europe.
Regulation Industry Research & Market Reports
... addressing the indispensable legal obligations to be satisfied a couple of months before the coming into force.The GDPR challenges the fundamentals of how personal data have been treated so far. It could potentially usher in ... Read More
... governing renewable energy market in the country. The report provides the current and future renewable energy targets and plans along with the present policy framework, giving a fair idea of overall growth potential of the ... Read More
... is referred to as RIIO and is similar in concept to the Incentive-Based Regulation (IBR) in Peninsular Malaysia. The price control is applied through an output-driven model that covers primary outputs as required by stakeholders ... Read More
... The electric grid is over a hundred years old, has changed little in the way it operates since its inception, and will not be able to support future electric demand without substantial new and costly ... Read More