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Online PR News – 25-September-2010 – – Power Market in Eastern Europe to 2020: New Investments to Drive Power Demand in the Region” provides an in-depth analysis of the power market of selected Eastern European countries (Russia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Croatia, the Czech Republic and Ukraine). The research analyzes the regulatory frameworks and the infrastructure of the power sectors in these countries. It provides a detailed forecast of the installed capacity by thermal, hydro, renewable (solar PV, biomass, wind) and nuclear sources in each of the 10 countries up to 2020. The report, coupled with elaborate information on the active and upcoming power plants in the countries, provides a comprehensive analysis of 10 Eastern European power markets.
This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research’s team of industry experts.
According to GBI Research, Russia is the largest power market in Eastern Europe by installed capacity, with a share of 59.1% of the region’s total installed capacity, followed by Ukraine. As the global economy is expected to grow from 2010, the Eastern European power market is expected to grow moderately during the forecast period 2010-2020. The countries in the region are actively augmenting their capacity through clean energy sources, namely, nuclear and renewables (wind, solar photovoltaic), with the objective of reducing carbon emissions. In order to achieve this objective, the Governments in the region have undertaken several incentives in the form of tax relief, capital cost grants and subsidies. Therefore, the commitment to curtail the carbon emissions will lead to new investments and is expected to increase the demand for power in the region.
- The 10 power markets covered are Russia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Croatia, the Czech Republic and Ukraine.
- Review of the key power sources – thermal, hydro, renewable and nuclear.
- Data types included are installed capacity, consumption, power demand, power generation by source and by country.
- Data provided from 2000 to 2009, with forecasts to 2020.
- Analysis of the imports, exports, regulatory scenario and infrastructure of the power sectors in the key countries.
- The report provides details of active and upcoming plants in the countries covered.
- Business overview, SWOT analysis and review of the operational metrics of key companies in the region. These include JSC RusHydro, Energoatom Concern OJSC, OAO Mosenergo, Polska Grupa Energetyczna, JSC OGK-1, JSC OGK-6, NNEGC Energoatom, JSC Dniproenergo and Tauron Polska Energia SA, CEZ, a.s.
- Insights into the major trends, drivers and challenges in the overall industry.
Reasons to buy
- Identify the scope of emerging technologies in the geography
- Identify key markets and investment opportunities for foreign investors in the power sector in Eastern Europe.
- Facilitate decision-making based on strong historical and forecast data and detailed analysis of growth opportunities.
- Understand and respond to the regulatory and foreign investment structure in the countries.
- Position yourself to take maximum advantage of the growth potential in 10 Eastern European power markets.
- Identify the risks associated with the market and transform them into opportunities for future growth.
Table of Contents :
1 Table of Contents 3
1.1 List of Tables 6
1.2 List of Figures 10
2 Introduction 13
2.1 Methodology Adopted For Ranking the Eastern Europe Countries 13
2.2 Country Level Parameters 13
2.3 Industry Specific Parameters 14
2.4 Weight Assigned To the Parameters 16
2.5 Country Selection Methodology 17
2.6 GBI ResearchReport Guidance 18
3 Power Market in Eastern Europe 19
3.1 Overview 19
3.2 Eastern Europe Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity: Overview 20
3.3 Changing Trends in Generation and Consumption in the Eastern Europe 24
3.4 Competitive Landscape of the Power Market in the Eastern European Countries 28
4 Russia, Power Market Analysis to 2020 38
4.1 Power Market Overview 38
4.2 Russia Power Market, Import and Export Scenario 38
4.3 Russia Power Market, Demand and Consumption Scenario 41
4.4 Russia Power Market, Annual Power Consumption, 2000-2020 42
4.5 Russia Power Market, Annual Power Generation, 2000-2020 54
4.6 Russia Power Market, Top Active and Upcoming Projects 63
4.7 Russia Power Market, Regulatory Structure 71
4.8 Russia Power Market, Infrastructure 72
5 Lithuania Power Market Analysis, 2000-2020 74
5.1 Power Market Overview 74
5.2 Lithuania Power Market, Import and Export Scenario 75
5.3 Lithuania Power Market, Demand and Consumption Scenario 76
5.4 Lithuania Power Market, Annual Power Consumption, 2000-2020 77
5.5 Lithuania Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, 2000-2020 79
5.6 Lithuania Power Market, Annual Power Generation, 2000-2020 90
5.7 Lithuania Power Market, Top Active and Upcoming Projects 100
5.8 Lithuania Power Market, Regulatory Structure 102
5.9 Lithuania Power Market, Infrastructure 104
6 Bulgaria Power Market Analysis, 2000-2020 107
6.1 Power Market Overview 107
6.2 Bulgaria Power Market, Import and Export Scenario 108
6.3 Bulgaria Power Market, Demand and Consumption Scenario 110
6.4 Bulgaria Power Market, Annual Power Consumption, 2000-2020 111
6.5 Bulgaria Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, 2000-2020 113
6.6 Bulgaria Power Market, Total Annual Power Generation, 2000-2020 122
6.7 Bulgaria Power Market, Top Active and Upcoming Projects 132
6.8 Bulgaria Power Market, Regulatory Structure 136
6.9 Bulgaria Power Market, Infrastructure 137
6.10 Developments for Transmission Systems 138
7 Slovakia Power Market Analysis, 2000-2020 139
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