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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Key stories from this month's issue...

Industry Trend Analysis - Technology And Electricity: A Primer On Four Disruptive Trends - DEC 2017

Americas November 2017 / Global / Industry

Fintech, blockchain, drones and cyber-security are all technology trends that will have a profound impact on the power sector. In this note we outline how these technologies have the potential to transform the way the power grid is organised and how people interact with it, creating new opportunities but also significant threats to jobs and sensitive infrastructure.


Industry Trend Analysis - 13th Five-Year Plan: Cementing China's Power Mix Transition - NOV 2017

Asia Pacific October 2017 / China / Industry

China's 13th Five-Year Plan aligns with stronger rhetoric on environmental policy over the past year and reiterates the government's commitment to reducing coal use and boosting alternative fuels in the power mix. Provincial power integration, shifting power consumption patterns, a focus on 'green tech' and power pricing reforms are the key themes we highlight for the power sector over the five-year timeframe.


Industry Trend Analysis - Wind Investment Hotspots: Outperformers & Markets To Watch - DEC 2017

Europe November 2017 / Global / Industry

We highlight India and the UK as attractive wind power investment destinations over the next decade, with the former aided by power sector reform and auctions and the latter maintaining its position as a notable growth outperformer for offshore wind power.


Industry Trend Analysis - What Our Clients Want To Know: SSA Power Landscape - DEC 2017

Middle East & Africa November 2017 / Africa / Industry

In November, BMI attended the Sub-Saharan African Power Summit in Lusaka, Zambia, engaging with key stakeholders from across the Sub-Saharan African (SSA) power market - ranging from utilities, government ministries, development agencies and consultancies.