Power & Renewables Insight

Power and Renewables Insight brings you analysis of regional trends, regulatory changes, projects and investments plus competitive intelligence on the growth strategies of leading companies in the sector

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Industry Trend Analysis - Policy Support Only Upside For Shrinking Nuclear Power Sector - FEB 2017

Americas February 2017 / United States / Industry

Abundant natural gas-fired power generation and the growing penetration of renewables will continue to erode the profitability of nuclear power plants in the US over the coming years, informing our negative growth outlook for the sector.

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Industry Trend Analysis - Renewables Growth To Underperform Potential - FEB 2017

Asia Pacific February 2017 / Indonesia / Industry

Non-hydropower renewable capacity in Indonesia will grow by an annual average of 3.5% between 2017 and 2026.

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Industry Trend Analysis - Nord Pool Vulnerability To Prompt Energy Security Focused Electricity Trade - FEB 2017

Europe February 2017 / Europe / Industry

Elevated reliance on fluctuating hydropower and intermittent wind power will mean that the countries in the Nord Pool will look to external power markets for energy security, particularly as the availability of baseload power generation contracts within the integrated market over the next decade.

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Industry Trend Analysis - MEA Power: Key Regional Themes - FEB 2017

Middle East & Africa February 2017 / Middle East / Industry

A brighter outlook for power consumption will mean MENA will outperform SSA in the form of investment opportunities, as the latter region continues to battle with supply shortages. As such, East Africa's focus on power market integration, and Southern Africa's focus on boosting coal power, highlights the resulting concerns over energy security. In MENA, diversification away from oil-fired power, and a push to boost solar power, highlights a strategy of power mix diversification.

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