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Power Sector Profiles – Europe & CIS

Power Sector Profiles – Europe & CIS

The Power Sector is often treated as synonymous with the electrical utility industry but it is much larger than that. The Power Sector encompasses a wide range of entities which are engaged in the generation, transmission or distribution of electricity; not only electricity utilities but other types of utility, industrial companies, agricultural establishments, even household generators. The capital expenditure, markets for power equipment and the infrastructure itself are wide ranging and extend beyond the electrical utilities.

The infrastructure is enormous, with more than 6,228 GW of recorded installed globally in 2015 and annual demand in excess of 359 GW, 6 million km of transmission and 71 million km of distribution lines. This is analysed in detail, with forecasts of capacity, installed plant and annual demand for every country. Generating capacity by energy source and patterns of new purchase and replacement are mapped to 2020.


EUROPE
EUROPE
EUROPE
CIS
EUROPEAN NETWORK SCHEME
Albania
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
INTERCONNECTIONS
OLD PLANT
THE MARKET
Austria
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Belgium
GENERATION
JURISDICTION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Bosnia Herzegovina
PUBLIC POWER UTILITIES
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Bulgaria
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Croatia
GENERATION
Cyprus
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION
Czech Republic
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
POWER GRID CONTROL
DISTRIBUTION
INTERCONNECTIONS
MARKET
Denmark
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Estonia
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Finland
TRANSMISSION
TSO
DISTRIBUTION
INTERCONNECTIONS
France
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
INTERLINKS
DISTRIBUTION
Germany
GENERATION
GERMAN POWER SYSTEM
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Greece
GENERATION
TSO
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
INTERCONNECTIONS
Hungary
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Iceland
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Ireland
GENERATION
ESB owns or controls the output of the vast majority of generation plants.
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
INTERCONNECTIONS
Italy
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
TSO
DISTRIBUTION
SUPPLY
Latvia
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Lithuania
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Luxembourg
Macedonia
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
INTERCONNECTIONS
Malta
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Netherlands
TSO
DISTRIBUTION
SUPPLY
POWER EXCHANGE
Norway
GENERATION
TSO
DISTRIBUTION
INTERCONNECTIONS
CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE
Poland
GENERATION
TSO
DISTRIBUTION
INTERNATIONAL TRADE
Portugal
GENERATION
REGULATION
SUPPLY
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Romania
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
INTERCONNECTIONS
DISTRIBUTION
Serbia Montenegro
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Slovakia
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Slovenia
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
INTERCONNECTIONS
Spain
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
RENEWABLE ENERGY TARGETS
SUPPLY
INTEGRATED IBERIAN ELECTRICITY MARKET
Sweden
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
INTERCONNECTIONS
Switzerland
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
DEREGULATION
INTERCONNECTIONS
Turkey
TRANSMISSION
INTERCONNECTIONS
DISTRIBUTION
United Kingdom
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
SUPPLY
CIS
Armenia
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
INTERCONNECTIONS
Azerbaijan
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
INTERCONNECTIONS
Belarus
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
SUPPLY
DISTRIBUTION
INTERCONNECTIONS
Georgia
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISPATCH
DISTRIBUTION
SUPPLY
INTERCONNECTIONS
Kazakhstan
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
SUPPLY
INTERNATIONAL ELECTRICITY TRADE
Kyrghizstan
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
INTERCONNECTIONS
INTERNATIONAL ELECTRICITY TRADE
Moldova
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
INTERCONNECTIONS
Russia
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND TO THE RUSSIAN ESI
RESTRUCTURING OF THE RUSSIAN ESI
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION AND SUPPLY
THE WESTERN POWER SYSTEM
THE RUSSIAN FAR EAST RFE
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
PAN RUSSIAN TRADING IN ELECTRICITY ON THE WHOLESALE MARKET
Tajikistan
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION COMPANIES
INTERCONNECTIONS
Turkmenistan
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
Ukraine
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
WHOLESALE ELECTRICITY MARKET: STATE ENTERPRISE ENERGORYNOK
INTERCONNECTIONS
Uzbekistan
GENERATION
TRANSMISSION
DISTRIBUTION
SUPPLY AND REGULATION
Figures
Figure 1: Typical network structure in European countries
Figure 2: Albanian transmission network
Figure 3: Austrian high voltage transmission network
Figure 4: Belgian high voltage transmission network
Figure 5: Distribution areas in Belgium
Figure 6: Bosnia Herzegovina transmission networks and interconnections
Figure 7: Bulgarian transmission network
Figure 8: Croatian transmission network
Figure 9: Cyprus transmission network
Figure 10: Czech transmission network
Figure 11: Danish transmission system
Figure 12: Estonian transmission network
Figure 13: Finland high voltage transmission network
Figure 14: French transmission network of 225 kV and 400 kV lines
Figure 15: Market capitalisation of seleced European utilities
Figure 16: The German high voltage interconnected power system (220 kV and 380 kV)
Figure 17: Control areas in Germany
Figure 18: Greek transmission network
Figure 19: Hungarian transmission network
Figure 20: Iceland transmission network
Figure 21: Irish transmission network
Figure 22: Italian 380 kV transmission network
Figure 23: 220 kV transmission network
Figure 24: Latvia network
Figure 25: Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian connections with Russia and Belarus
Figure 26: Lithuanian transmission network
Figure 27: Macedonian transmission network
Figure 28: Maltese transmission network
Figure 29: Netherlands transmission network
Figure 30: Norway transmission network
Figure 31: Polish transmission network
Figure 32: Polish distribution company areas
Figure 33: Portuguese transmission network
Figure 34: Romanian transmission network
Figure 35: Romanian distribution areas
Figure 36: Serbia and Montenegro transmission network, including Kosovo
Figure 37: Montenegro transmission network
Figure 38: Slovak transmission network
Figure 39: Slovenian transmission network
Figure 40: Spanish transmission network
Figure 41: Swedish transmission grid
Figure 42: Swiss TSO control areas
Figure 43: Swiss transmission network
Figure 44: Turkish transmission network
Figure 45: Turkey’s electricity distribution companies and areas
Figure 46: UK transmission network
Figure 47: 14 DNOs in the United Kingdom (excluding Northern Ireland)
Figure 48: Distribution companies in the United Kingdom
Figure 49: Armenian transmission network
Figure 50: Main generators & interconnections between Armenia/neighbouring countries
Figure 51: Azerbaijan's Transmission network
Figure 52: Belarus transmission network
Figure 53: The backbone of the Georgian Power System
Figure 54: Power network of Georgia
Figure 55: The networks and interconnecton s of th e”Stans”
Figure 56: Kazakhstan transmission network
Figure 57: Kyrgyzstan transmission network
Figure 58: Moldova transmission and distribution networks
Figure 59: Locations of TGKs, power plants of OGKs, nuclear generation company, territories served by TGCs (denoted 2-5) and remote territories (1, 6-8).
Figure 60: The structure of MRSK Holding IDGC Holding at the end of 2011
Figure 61: Territorial distribution of 12 MRSKs, grids < 110 kV plus MRSK for RFE
Figure 62: Regional presence of Russian electricity distribution companies
Figure 63: The Russian Far East, RFE electricity network
Figure 64: Price and non-price zones.
Figure 65: Ukraine transmission network
Figure 66: Uzbekistan transmission network
Tables
Table 1: Installed capacity analysed by country and fuel used in Europe, MW, 2016
Table 2: Line lengths for transmission and distribution by country in Europe, with transmission voltage, 2016
Table 3: Installed capacity analysed by country and fuel used in CIS, MW, 2016
Table 4: Line lengths for transmission & distribution by country in CIS, with transmission voltage, 2016
Table 5: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Albania
Table 6: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Austria
Table 7: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Belgium
Table 8: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Bosnia Herzegovina
Table 9: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Bulgaria
Table 10: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Croatia
Table 11: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Cyprus
Table 12: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Czech Republic
Table 13: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Denmark
Table 14: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Estonia
Table 15: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Finland
Table 16: ESI Characteristics 2015 in France
Table 17: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Germany
Table 18: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Greece
Table 19: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Hungary
Table 20: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Iceland
Table 21: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Ireland
Table 22: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Italy
Table 23: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Latvia
Table 24: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Lithuania
Table 25: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Luxembourg
Table 26: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Macedonai
Table 27: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Malta
Table 28: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Netherlands
Table 29: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Norway
Table 30: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Poland
Table 31: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Portugal
Table 32: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Romania
Table 33: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Serbia Montenegro
Table 34: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Slovakia
Table 35: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Slovenia
Table 36: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Spain
Table 37: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Sweden
Table 38: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Switzerland
Table 39: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Turkey
Table 40: ESI Characteristics 2015 in the United Kingdom
Table 41: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Armenia
Table 42: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Azerbaijan
Table 43: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Belarus
Table 44: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Georgia
Table 45: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Kazakhstan
Table 46: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Kyrghizhstan
Table 47: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Moldova
Table 48: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Russia
Table 49: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Tajikistan
Table 50: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Turkmenistan
Table 51: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Ukraine
Table 52: ESI Characteristics 2015 in Uzbekistan

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