About the author
Table of contents
Table of tables
Table of figures
The structure of the power industry
Installed capacity and power generation
Transmission and distribution systems
Demand, consumption and tariffs
Power sector development, investment and future potential
List of abbreviations
Table of tables
Table 1: Madagascar key indicators
Table 2: Madagascar annual installed capacity (MW)
Table 3: Madagascar installed capacity by type (MW)
Table 4: Madagascar annual electricity production (GWh)
Table 5: Madagascar electricity production by source (GWh)
Table 6: Madagascar annual sales by sector (MWh)
Table 7: Madagascar tariffs by sector
Table 8: Madagascar gross production and peak demand forecasts to 2020
Table of figures
Figure 1: Madagascar map
Figure 2: Madagascar annual installed capacity (MW)
Figure 3: Madagascar installed capacity by type (MW)
Figure 4: Madagascar annual electricity production (GWh)
Figure 5: Madagascar electricity production by source (GWh)
Figure 6: Madagascar annual sales by sector (MWh)
Figure 7: Madagascar gross production and peak demand forecasts to 2020
Electricity in Madagascar, Country profile of power market trends and investment opportunities Description
Electricity in Madagascar - Madagascar has one of the lowest levels of access to electric power in the world. Madagascar has significant resources of hydropower, wind power and some geothermal potential, and although there is sufficient hydropower capacity to supply just over half its demand, little capacity has been added in the past 25 years. Instead the state utility, Jirama, has been forced to rely increasingly on diesel-fired engines to meet demand, and the country now has in the region of 100 such plants. These include both plants built by the utility, and others that have been leased. There are also a number of independent power producers, providing power to the grid. Madagascar could attract support from a number of international agencies, but all projects have been placed on hold since democratic rule was overturned in 2009. If a return to democracy is completed in 2013, then international investors may return. In the meantime Jirama is operating at a loss, with tariffs not matching the cost of production, and has little resources to invest either in additional generating capacity or in extension of the limited grid system.
Key features of this report
• An overview of the electricity market in Madagascar.
• Power supply data covering production, imports and exports and the main production sources.
• Power demand data by market sector and tariff data.
• An overview of the structure of the electricity sector with government and private sector companies as well as the regulatory status.
• Power demand forecasts and the development of the power sector to meet expected growth.
• Transmission system expansion plans.
Key benefits from reading this report
What are the key energy resources in Madagascar for power production.
• How is the country overcoming the effects of power shortage?
• What are the key developments in electricity infrastructure?
• Who are the key players in market?
• What are the investment opportunities in the country?
This report is a Country Profile, covering:-
•Power generation capacity by fuel input
•Current power market trends
•Future project plans
Key questions answered by this report
1.How does Madagascar generate its electricity?
2.What is the status of the national electricity market?
3.What are the key developments in electricity infrastructure?
4.Who are the key players in market?
5.What are the future prospects for investment in Madagascar?
Who this report is for
Power utility strategists, energy analysts, research managers, power sector manufacturers, power developers, investors in renewables systems and infrastructure, renewable energy developers, energy/power planning managers, energy/power development managers, governmental organisations, system operators, companies investing in renewable power infrastructure and generation, investment banks, infrastructure developers and investors, intergovernmental lenders, energy security analysts.
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