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Chile Renewables Report Q2 2015

Chile Renewables Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 25 2015
Chile has emerged as a key global renewables hub, in line with our bullish forecasts for growth over the next 10 years. The amount of capacity in the pipeline - for solar and wind projects - is vast; supporting our view that renewables developers will continue to seek out the market for investment, due to the attractive rewards on offer.
 
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Thailand Renewables Report Q2 2015

Thailand Renewables Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 25 2015
Despite the political turmoil leading to a military coup in May 2014 there are signs that our previous forecast still holds in place as the ruling regime sees solar energy projects as key to attracting foreign investments scared off by recent events. In 2015 non-hydropower renewable generation will grow by around 16.0%, with growth primarily in solar and wind generation. Growth in solar will be driven by commercial- and residential-scale projects, with companies such as Thailand's SPCG maintaining a large pipeline of commercial solar projects.
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South Africa Renewables Report Q1 2015

South Africa Renewables Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Feb 18 2015
The commissioning of Africa's largest solar plant aligns with our positive view on South Africa's rapidly expanding renewables industry. The outperformance of the country's renewables industry compared to the conventional power sector continues, and we believe could even serve to worsen the prospects for the power sector by drawing resources away from the expansion of thermal capacity.
 
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Portugal Renewables Report Q2 2015

Portugal Renewables Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 11 2015
Growth in the Portuguese renewable energy market continues to be sluggish, with the country's embattled economy weighing on prospects in the power and renewables industries. The wind sector dominates the renewables mix. We do not expect growth to pick up markedly as investor sentiment remains low and the renewables project pipeline is limited.
 
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Taiwan Renewables Report Q2 2015

Taiwan Renewables Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 11 2015
We are currently maintaining our forecasts for limited average annual growth of around 4% in Taiwan's renewable energy sector, as a lack of progress on major projects and limited legislative development is hindering the realisation of ambitious government green energy targets. While nuclear and thermal energy are expected to continue to dominate Taiwan's energy mix, solar power capacity is forecast to grow as much as 12.2% in 2015. Biomass and wind power will lead the way in terms of overall renewables capacity.
 
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Turkey Renewables Report Q2 2015

Turkey Renewables Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 11 2015
Turkey will remain committed to its renewable energy expansion plans in order to reduce fuel import costs at a time when power consumption in the country is set to surge and the lira continues to depreciate. Wind will drive the renewables expansion; but we highlight that the upsides are mounting for growth in solar capacity.
 
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Austria Renewables Report Q2 2015

Austria Renewables Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 11 2015
Non-hydropower renewable energy generation in Austria is expected to continue to grow at stable levels in 2015, with wind energy bearing the bulk of capacity growth. However, low electricity prices and a continuing oversupply are putting pressure on the industries. We forecast non-hydropower renewables generation in Austria to grow by 6.15% in 2015. The bulk of the growth in electricity generation capacity through renewable energy systems continues to come from wind energy, while solar and biomass installations play only smaller roles.
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Mexico Renewables Report Q2 2015

Mexico Renewables Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 11 2015
We have upwardly revised our solar capacity forecasts for Mexico over the next 10 years, due to a significant strengthening of the country's PV project pipeline. This development reinforces our already constructive outlook for the Mexican renewables sector, premised on Mexico's favourable natural conditions, elevated electricity prices and relatively attractive business environment.
 
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2015 Market Research Report on Global Biodiesel Industry

2015 Market Research Report on Global Biodiesel Industry

Date Published: Feb 6 2015

2015 Market Research Report on Global Biodiesel Industry is a professional and deep research report in this field.

For overview analysis, the report introduces Biodiesel basic information including definition, classification, application, industry chain structure, industry overview, policy analysis, and news analysis, etc.

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Australia Renewables Report Q2 2015

Australia Renewables Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 4 2015
The significant drop in investment into large-scale renewable energy in Australia during 2014 aligns with our underlying view of the country's renewables industry - which is clouded by policy uncertainty. The outcome of the RET review will greatly determine the growth of the Australian renewables sector for the next five years, and we expect it will most likely result in a reduction in the target.
 
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Japan Renewables Report Q2 2015

Japan Renewables Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 4 2015
After years of sizeable growth, Japan's renewables expansion is slowing, as the government reigns in its support for renewable energy - in light of the government's continued commitment to nuclear power and the limitations with integrating renewables into the national grid. This is likely to have a knockon effect on the country's place in our Asia regional renewables index, as Japan's leading position is vulnerable to slippage over the coming quarters.
 
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Kenya Renewables Report Q2 2015

Kenya Renewables Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 4 2015
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.
 
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Poland Renewables Report Q2 2015

Poland Renewables Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Feb 4 2015
Poland's reluctance to adopt stringent EU emissions targets for 2030 sends warning signals to potential investors in the country's renewables industry. Poland's wavering support for renewable energy and - by extension - the uncertain regulatory environment has long been a key concern, undermining the long-term growth prospects of the sector.
 
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Argentina Renewables Report Q2 2015

Argentina Renewables Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Jan 30 2015
Despite an attractive regulatory framework and ambitious government plans for expansion, we maintain a relatively bearish outlook towards the Argentine renewables industry. An unappealing business environment and limited project financing opportunities will continue to limit the sector's growth potential over the forecast period.
 
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Greece Renewables Report Q1 2015

Greece Renewables Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 30 2015
After a surge in wind capacity installation rates during 2013 we expect to see a slowdown in the Greek wind market and wider non-hydro renewables industry. Recent project announcements highlight that the wind sector will continue to expand in future, but at a much slower rate - in line with the changes made to the Greece renewables policy, under the New Deal earlier in 2014.
 
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Global Biomass Pellets Market 2015-2019

Global Biomass Pellets Market 2015-2019

Date Published: Jan 21 2015

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Canada Renewables Report Q1 2015

Canada Renewables Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 21 2015
On paper, Canada is an excellent candidate for non-hydro renewable development; with vast wind resources, plenty of land to construct wind farms, a national commitment to rid itself of coal fired electrical generation and a safe investment climate. However the country's huge hydro electrical capacities, and truncated constitutional arrangements which leave emissions targets with the federal government and precise energy mix policies with provincial jurisdictions, has created a patchwork quilt of markets and policies across the country.
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China Renewables Report Q1 2015

China Renewables Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 7 2015
We maintain a positive outlook on the non-hydropower renewable energy sector in China, and our forecasts remain unchanged this quarter. The country will continue to be the fastest growing and the largest market in terms of installed renewables capacity globally. We have maintained our 2015 forecasts for non-hydropower renewable energy in China this quarter. We expect 11.5GW of solar capacity to come online in 2015, along with 11GW of wind and biomass installations.
 
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France Renewables Report Q1 2015

France Renewables Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 7 2015
While we are maintaining our forecasts for the non-hydropower renewable energy sector in France this quarter, the passing of the long-awaited energy bill at the end of July 2014 marked an important step forward towards the reduction of the country's reliance on nuclear energy sources over the medium to long term. However, we note that the proposed policy mechanisms are mainly aimed at the reduction of electricity demand and greater energy sufficiency and do not address the question of returns for renewable energy.
 
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Germany Renewables Report Q1 2015

Germany Renewables Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Jan 7 2015
Our outlook for the German renewables industry remains buoyant this quarter and we expect the country to register sustained robust growth levels across our 10-year forecast period, in line with the government's ambitious green energy policy. Germany's position as the dominant renewables bellwether in Europe - and the wider global renewables space - is cemented in place.
 
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