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Argentina Renewables Report Q4 2015

Argentina Renewables Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 29 2015

BMI View: Despite an attractive regulatory framework and ambitious government plans for expansion, we
maintain a relatively bearish outlook towards the Argentinian renewables industry. We believe that an
unappealing business environment and limited project financing opportunities will continue to limit the
sector's growth potential over the forecast period.
Argentina's positive regulatory framework for renewables on the surface looks appealing to investors. For

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Japan Renewables Report Q4 2015

Japan Renewables Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 29 2015

BMI View: Japan's nuclear restarts threaten to cloud the country's renewable industry, which was
previously one of the fastest growing, and most attractive in the world, owing primarily to the lucrative
financial incentives on offer to developers. We have witnessed slight policy slippage over the last year,
headwinds to the incorporation of solar onto the grid system and reductions to government financial
incentives. This underpins our moderating forecast for renewables capacity growth over our 10-year
forecast period to 2024.

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Kenya Renewables Report Q4 2015

Kenya Renewables Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 29 2015

BMI View: The Kenyan government's push to improve electrification rates, expand renewable energy,
improve electricity trade links and reduce its reliance on hydropower and diesel are strategically sound
moves that will benefit the country both economically and socially over the coming decade. We hold a
particularly optimistic outlook towards the country's geothermal industry, as capacity comes online and the
government continues to invite proposals for the construction of new geothermal power plants. On the other

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Russia Renewables Report Q4 2015

Russia Renewables Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 29 2015

BMI View: We maintain our muted outlook for the Russian non-hydro renewables sector this quarter, due
to a weakening rouble and international sanctions deterring investors from entering the market.
Furthermore, stringent local content requirements coupled with macroeconomic instability will
limit reinforces stagnating growth, as companies will look elsewhere to grow their businesses. We therefore
forecast non-hydro renewables to make up only 0.5% of power generation by the end of our forecast period
in 2024.

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Turkey Renewables Report Q4 2015

Turkey Renewables Report Q4 2015

Date Published: Jul 29 2015

BMI View: A heavy reliance on gas-imports, coupled with a weakening currency, is providing tailwinds for
Turkey's ambitious renewable energy expansion plans. With favourable conditions for wind, solar and
geothermal power, renewable energy will present an increasingly attractive option for Turkey to enhance
its energy security and cut fuel import costs, aligning with our long-held view that the country is becoming
a key renewables market in the region.

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Clean Technology Market in Developing Countries 2015-2019

Clean Technology Market in Developing Countries 2015-2019

Date Published: Jul 29 2015

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United Arab Emirates Renewables Report Q3 2015

United Arab Emirates Renewables Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 15 2015
The UAE is emerging as a key renewables market in the GCC region, as the government reaffirms its commitment to expanding its nascent renewables sector, in particular solar power. High projected power demand, the government's desire to diversify its domestic power mix and beneficial climatic conditions, continue to underpin the solar expansion.
 
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Global Zero-energy Buildings Market 2015-2019

Global Zero-energy Buildings Market 2015-2019

Date Published: Jul 15 2015
Report forecast the global zero energy buildings market to grow at a CAGR of 35.4% over the period 2014-2019.
 
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Canada Renewables Report Q3 2015

Canada Renewables Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 15 2015
Although the Canadian non-hydropower renewables market continues to suffer from the lack of a coherent national strategy as well as the country's ongoing focus on the hydrocarbon sector, both wind and solar power generation capacity has been growing steadily in 2015. As Canada crossed the 10- gigawatt (GW) mark in wind power capacity in June, the country is on schedule for reaching the 11GW mark by the end of this year.
 
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Germany Renewables Report Q3 2015

Germany Renewables Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 8 2015
Germany's non-hydropower renewables market continues to grow steadily in 2015. While EEG reforms of 2014 have led to some cost reductions, it threatens to also result in lower-than-expected growth in the near future, risking Germany to fall short of its Europe 2020 targets of 18% in its total energy consumption levels. We expect non-hydro renewables capacity and generation growth to grow by around 5% in 2015.
 
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Greece Renewables Report Q3 2015

Greece Renewables Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 8 2015
After a decade of impressive growth, the Greek non-hydro renewables industry came to a standstill in 2014, largely on account of regulatory changes introduced under the New Deal in mid-2014, as well as due to persisting economic challenges. While several recent project announcements highlight potential of the industry, we believe Greece's non-hydro renewables expansion will remain anaemic over the coming decade.
 
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South Africa Renewables Report Q3 2015

South Africa Renewables Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 8 2015
South Africa's renewable energy auctions continue unabated despite the conventional power sector remaining firmly in crisis mode. We have long-held the view that the country's renewables sector is a brightspot in South Africa's energy industry, a view supported by the successful outcome of the country's fourth bidding window of the REIPPP.
 
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Spain Renewables Report Q3 2015

Spain Renewables Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 8 2015
Spain's efforts to rejuvenate its renewables industry by following a more cautious and controlled approach to attracting investment is a positive development for the sector and presents upside to our 10-year renewables growth forecasts. We believe this approach will gradually re-start capacity growth as investors regain confidence in the market. However, we expect this growth to be significantly slower than historical rates, as caps on capacity additions and project profitability will mean investors look elsewhere for better growth opportunities.
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Saudi Arabia Renewables Report Q3 2015

Saudi Arabia Renewables Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 1 2015
Saudi Arabia's decision to push back its solar expansion target, the absence of a domestic solar industry and the slow pace of project implementation has led us to downwardly revise our solar capacity and generation forecasts. This, coupled with the progress in the UAE's solar industry, has resulted in the UAE topping the Gulf Cooperation Council region for solar capacity over our 10-year forecast period.
 
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United States Renewables Report Q3 2015

United States Renewables Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 1 2015
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China Renewables Report Q3 2015

China Renewables Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 1 2015
We have upwardly revised our 10-year renewables capacity and generation forecasts for China this quarter, further cementing the country's position as the global leader for renewable energy. Incorporating renewable energy into the power mix is a top priority for the government and continued strong government support for both the wind and solar sectors is one of the key fundamentals underpinning our bullish view on the Chinese renewables market.
 
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France Renewables Report Q3 2015

France Renewables Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 1 2015
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Morocco Renewables Report Q3 2015

Morocco Renewables Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 1 2015
The development and planned expansion of Morocco's flagship utility-scale solar project underscore our view that the country has the potential to become a key renewables hub in North Africa. Development bank financing will underpin foreign investment in this emerging renewables sector as the government attempts to lessen Morocco's reliance on imported fuels and keep pace with growing demand for electricity.
 
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New Zealand Renewables Report Q3 2015

New Zealand Renewables Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jul 1 2015
Renewables (including hydro power) make up a dominant share in New Zealand's electricity generation and capacity mix. Significant investment into the renewables industry over the past several years has created a situation of oversupply in the market, which, combined with slowing electricity demand, is expected to hinder further expansion of the renewables sector across our forecast period to 2024.
 

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Nordics Renewables Report Q3 2015

Nordics Renewables Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
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