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Malaysia Power Report Q3 2015

Malaysia Power Report Q3 2015

Date Published: May 13 2015
The Malaysian power sector is set to grow in 2015, following a disappointing expansion of 2.4% in 2014. We expect sector growth to improve to 7.3% in 2015 before accelerating in future as most of the major thermal projects being developed in Malaysia for completion after 2015 are on schedule. We forecast electricity generation in Malaysia to grow by 7.3% in 2015, versus an underwhelming expansion of 2.4% in 2014.
 
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Poland Power Report Q3 2015

Poland Power Report Q3 2015

Date Published: May 13 2015
Government intervention in the utilities segment is a pertinent risk to our forecasts for growth in the Polish power sector - as the government prioritises plans to push ahead with large-scale coal power projects at the expense of the financial health of state-backed power companies. This sends out a damaging message to the private sector, which could ultimately weigh on private investment in all segments of the power market.
 
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Venezuela Power Report Q3 2015

Venezuela Power Report Q3 2015

Date Published: May 13 2015
Venezuela's power market will continue to suffer from severe infrastructure inefficiencies and unreliable electricity supply over our 10-year forecast period to 2024, as lower oil export revenues - due to falling oil prices - will constrain public investment in the power sector. Given the high dependence of the market on public spending, a cut in the 2015 budget for Venezuela's power ministry supports our view and increases the risk of power shortages for the country's downstream oil sector.
 
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Argentina Power Report Q3 2015

Argentina Power Report Q3 2015

Date Published: May 13 2015
We have started to see improvements in Argentina's power sector in terms of increased availability of financing for planned new capacity and a strengthening in the country's thermal project pipeline. Nevertheless, the market remains underdeveloped relative to its potential and suffers from a combination of ageing generating capacity and distribution networks, difficult access to capital and a reliance on electricity imports.
 
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Mexico Power Report Q3 2015

Mexico Power Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Apr 29 2015
Our outlook for Mexico's power sector remains bright; a view based on the liberalisation of the Mexican power market, the country's positive macroeconomic trajectory and strong investor interest in the market. We forecast total power generation to rise by 3.6% in 2015 and we expect it to expand by an annual average of 3.5% through to 2024 - driven by growing private investment as a result of tgpower sector reforms and continued public tenders of generation and transmission projects.
 
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Electricity Submeters Market in Europe 2015-2019

Electricity Submeters Market in Europe 2015-2019

Date Published: Apr 29 2015
Report forecast the electricity submeters market in Europe to grow at a CAGR of 13.8% over the period 2014-2019.
 
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Opportunity in the Indian Electrical Contracting Market - 2015: Market size, Market share, Market landscape, Market trend analysis, Growth drivers, Future opportunity, Future forecast

Opportunity in the Indian Electrical Contracting Market - 2015: Market size, Market share, Market landscape, Market trend analysis, Growth drivers, Future opportunity, Future forecast

Date Published: Apr 23 2015

Opportunity in the Indian Electrical Contracting Market - 2015 report provides an insight into the Electrical Contracting current market scenario, structure and practices.

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Namibia Power Report Q2 2015

Namibia Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 22 2015
Namibia is at a critical juncture in the development of its electricity sector. The country faces a severe crisis in the provision of power as it relies on a dilapidated hydropower system, vulnerable to breakdown and drought, and on imported electricity from South Africa.
 
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Angola Power Report Q2 2015

Angola Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 15 2015
The government is investing heavily in rehabilitating the country's antiquated power sector, with a focus on distribution systems and generating capacity, especially hydropower and oil. Demand for electricity will grow rapidly due to rapid economic and population growth. However, risks remain, such as corruption and a lack of transparency in tendering, while the lack of a robust regulatory framework will limit the opportunity to exploit new forms of energy.
 
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Uganda Power Report Q2 2015

Uganda Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 15 2015
The outlook for Uganda's power sector is good. Following an unbundling of the power sector last decade and a commitment by the government to diversify beyond a traditional dependence on hydropower, the country is now developing the capacity to generate thermal and renewable energy. This will underpin a near doubling in electricity generation over the next decade from 3.3TWh in 2015 to 6.1TWh by 2024.
 
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Botswana Power Report Q2 2015

Botswana Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 15 2015
The outlook for Botswana's power sector is broadly positive. Between 2015 and 2024, overall power generation will more than double, to 5.5 terawatt hours (TWh), boosted by the inception of the thermal Mmashoro power station and the long-delayed Morupule B station. Consumption will rise steadily, underpinned by the development of industry and household consumption, which is benefiting from a rapid expansion of the electricity grid.
 
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Zambia Power Report Q2 2015

Zambia Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 15 2015
The outlook for Zambia's power sector is generally positive. After decades of underinvestment by the Zambia Electricity Supply Corporation (ZESCO) the government has responded to the demands of the mining and manufacturing sectors to galvanize the development of new generating capacity. A number of coal-fired and hydropower stations are under development and close to completion, sufficient to cover Zambia's needs and allow for significant volumes of exports.
 
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France Power Report Q2 2015

France Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 15 2015
On July 30 2014, the French cabinet passed the first substantial energy bill. The long-awaited act is the first concrete step to fulfil the electoral promises by President Francois Hollande to reduce the share of nuclear energy in the electricity mix from the current 75% to 50% by 2025. The bill confirms the proposal presented in June by Energy and Environment Minister Ségolène Royal to cap nuclear energy at 63.2GW - the current levels.
 
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Zimbabwe Power Report Q2 2015

Zimbabwe Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 15 2015
The outlook for Zimbabwe's power sector is moderate but market opportunities for private investors are limited. On the upside, a number of major projects will boost generation to 17.1TWh by 2024 up from 8.8TWh in 2015, mainly by exploiting coal and hydropower. This will be underpinned by a steady rise in demand for electricity, from 13.3TWh to 21.9TWh over the same timeframe, as the economy and population grows. However, the operating environment will remain extremely challenging.
 
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Iran Power Report Q2 2015

Iran Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 15 2015
Iran's plans to expand its energy sector continue to be hampered by ongoing uncertainty over the outcome of international talks to loosen sanctions on the country. It appears clear that the government intends to press ahead with the construction of nuclear power stations, but perilous government finances could threaten its ability to fund new power infrastructure projects. That said, if a deal is reached and Tehran continues investing in the sector, there is significant potential for rapid growth in the years ahead.
 
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Kenya Power Report Q2 2015

Kenya Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 15 2015
Kenya's power sector is set to change dramatically over our ten-year forecast to 2024, with hydropower to lose its dominant share of the power mix. The country is investing heavily in geothermal, wind and solar, and a number of coal-fired and gas-fired facilities are due to come online this decade. As a result, power generation will more than double, to 21.9TWh in 2024. Just outside the forecast period, the country also plans to open a nuclear facility.
 
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Kuwait Power Report Q2 2015

Kuwait Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 15 2015
Recent blackouts across Kuwait have drawn attention to the significant challenges that the Kuwaiti power sector is facing in the years ahead. With power generation struggling to keep up with growing demand, much greater levels of investment are urgently needed. However, with the sector almost wholly state-owned and operated, and a highly restrictive regulatory environment, attracting major investment is difficult.
 
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Mozambique Power Report Q2 2015

Mozambique Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 15 2015
Mozambique is one of the most attractive markets in Sub-Saharan Africa. The economy is growing rapidly and the government has liberalised the country's investment laws, providing an enabling environment for exploiting Mozambique's abundant energy resources. However, barriers to investment remain, including high levels of corruption and low-level political instability.
 
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Qatar Power Report Q2 2015

Qatar Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 15 2015
The Qatari power sector is set for strong growth over the coming decade as the government continues to spend heavily on new infrastructure projects, while domestic energy consumption continues to grow. Despite the recent dip in international oil prices, which has curtailed the country's willingness to invest, spending on power infrastructure is likely to remain relatively high for the foreseeable future, particularly as the emirate gears up for the FIFA World Cup in 2022.
 
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South Africa Power Report Q2 2015

South Africa Power Report Q2 2015

Date Published: Apr 15 2015
This quarter we have expanded our forecasts to 2024. That said, our fundamental assumptions for the country remain relevant. Our negative outlook for South Africa's power sector is based on inefficient existing generation capacity, a lack of investment, delays to project commissioning and the precarious financial situation of Eskom. These factors show little sign of abating over the short-to-medium term - with wide-ranging implications for the country's economy and mining sector in particular.
 
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