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Industry Trend Analysis - Improvement In Power RRI Score Reflects Sector Progress - NOV 2017

Americas October 2017 / Argentina / Industry

In line with our bullish long-term outlook for the market, Argentina's power sector has seen numerous positive developments over the past few weeks, including strong interest in the next renewables auction planned for November, the auctioning of new thermal power capacity, and the announcement of a tender for transmission lines. Improvements in the country's score in our Power Sector Risk/Reward Index both, globally and in Latin America, reflect this progress.

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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.

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Industry Trend Analysis - Offshore Wind Momentum Set To Increase After Slow Start - NOV 2017

Europe October 2017 / France / Industry

An emerging equipment supply chain and increasing project pipeline of approved offshore wind power projects will boost France's offshore wind power sector over the coming years.

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Industry Trend Analysis - Sub-Regional Power Mix Dynamics To Diverge - NOV 2017

Middle East & Africa October 2017 / Africa / Industry

The power mixes at the sub-national level vary significantly in SSA, with Southern African dominated by coal-power, whilst West Africa primarily utilises gas for power sector feedstock. The build-up of hydropower capacity in Central and East Africa will cement the importance of hydropower in these sub-regions over the coming decade.

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