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'Global Spending on Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Will Reach $403.7bn in 2011' Says Visiongain Report

 
[05-August-2011]
 

LONDON, August 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --


http://www.visiongain.com/Report/656/The-Electric-Power-Generation-Infrastructure-Market-2011-2021

Visiongain's latest report The Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market 2011-2021 calculates that global spending on electric power generation infrastructure will reach $403.7bn in 2011. The report examines this critical sector comprehensively, with forecasts from 2011-2021 for the global electric power generation infrastructure market, sub-markets and ten largest national markets.

The electric power generation market is fundamentally driven by the demand for electricity, and thus has been hindered by falling energy consumption resulting from the 2008-2009 global recession. Demand for electricity has more or less remained consistent in OECD countries from 2010 to 2011 but is seeing strong growth especially in emerging economies. The increasing use of electrical appliances around the world and the likely strong growth of electric vehicles will add to this burgeoning demand. Investment in the electric power generation infrastructure market is therefore expected, both to cover this growing demand, and to replace older facilities heading for decommissioning.

The movement towards low carbon technologies and sustainability will be a major driving force leading to investment in 'greener' electric power generation facilities. Developing renewable energy generation will also enhance national energy security, an increasingly important issue for nations with declining natural resources. However, countries lacking emissions targets are likely to opt for cheaper fuels or domestically available resources in order to increase their electric power output.

Conversely, high capital costs in a time of financial stringency, unclear legislation on greenhouse gas emissions and the renewed controversy surrounding nuclear power will, to a certain extent, restrain the market.

Around 1.44 billion people globally are currently living without access to electricity. The strong correlation between electrification and economic prosperity will therefore drive developing nations into connecting off-grid populations in an effort to further improve economic growth. Over the next ten years, especially in southern Asia and Africa, significant investment will be made with the intention of improving access to electricity.

The wind range of factors driving market growth in the electric power generation sector, are analysed within visiongain's latest report, The Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market 2011-2021.

If you would like more information about this report please click on:

http://www.visiongain.com/Report/656/The-Electric-Power-Generation-Infrastructure-Market-2011-2021

Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
1.1 Introduction to the Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market
1.2 Drivers and Restraints in the Global Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market
1.2.1 Drivers
1.2.2 Restraints
1.3 Highlights of this Report
1.4 Benefits of this Report
1.5 Methodology
1.6 The Global Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market Forecast 2011-2021
1.7 The Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Sub-Market Forecasts 2011-2021
1.8 The Top 10 National Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market Forecasts 2011-2021

2. Introduction to the Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market
2.1 Background to the Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market
2.2 World Electricity Generation, Capacity and Production
2.3 Coal Electric Power Generation
2.4 Natural Gas Electric Power Generation
2.5 Hydroelectric Power Generation
2.6 Nuclear Electric Power Generation
2.7 Renewable Electric Power Generation
2.7.1 Wind Power Generation
2.7.2 Solar Power Generation
2.7.3 Geothermal Power Generation
2.7.4 Biofuel and Energy-from-Waste (EfW) Power Generation

3. The Global Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market Forecast 2011-2021
3.1 Drivers and Restraints in the Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market 2011-2021
3.2 Drivers
3.2.1 Rising Electricity Demand and Consumption
3.2.2 Enhancing Energy Security
3.2.3 Mitigating Global Warming
3.2.4 Eradicating Poverty in the Third World
3.2.5 Technological Improvements and Cost Reductions
3.2.6 Maintenance and Retro-fitting Projects
3.2.7 Low Natural Gas Prices
3.2.8 Subsidies and Other Political Incentives for 'Green' Technologies
3.3 Restraints
3.3.1 Capital and Operating Costs
3.3.2 Lack of Adequate Transmission and Distribution (T&D) Infrastructure
3.3.3 Technological and Location Limitations
3.3.4 Controversial Nuclear Development
3.3.5 Legislation on Greenhouse Gas Emissions

4. The Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Sub-Markets Forecast 2011-2021
4.1 The Renewable Power Generation Infrastructure Sub-Market Forecast 2011-2021
4.1.1 Wind Power Generation
4.1.2 Solar Power Generation
4.1.3 Tidal and Wave Power Generation
4.1.4 Geothermal Power Generation
4.1.5 Biofuel and Waste Power Generation
4.2 The Coal Power Generation Infrastructure Sub-Market Forecast 2011-2021
4.3 The Natural Gas Power Generation Infrastructure Sub-Market Forecast 2011-2021
4.4 The Nuclear Power Generation Infrastructure Sub-Market Forecast 2011-2021
4.5 The Hydropower Generation Infrastructure Sub-Market Forecast 2011-2021
4.6 The Oil Power Generation Infrastructure Sub-Market Forecast 2011-2021

5. The Top 10 National Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Markets 2011-2021
5.1 The Chinese Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market Forecast 2011-2021
5.2 The US Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market Forecast 2011-2021
5.3 The Indian Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market Forecast 2011-2021
5.4 The Japanese Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market Forecast 2011-2021
5.5 The Russian Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market Forecast 2011-2021
5.6 The Brazilian Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market Forecast 2011-2021
5.7 The German Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market Forecast 2011-2021
5.8 The South Korean Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market Forecast 2011-2021
5.9 The Saudi Arabian Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market Forecast 2011-2021
5.10 The UK Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market Forecast 2011-2021

6. SWOT Analysis of the Electric Power Generation Infrastructure

7. Expert Opinion
7.1 Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
7.1.1 Current Projects Undertaken by EPRI
7.1.2 The US Electric Power Generation Market from 2011-2021
7.1.3 International Trends in the Electric Power Generation Market
7.1.4 Energy Storage Technologies (ESTs) and their Potential Impact
7.1.5 The Prospect of Large-Scale Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Deployment from 2011-2021
7.1.6 Nations Experiencing High Levels of Investment in Power Generation
7.1.7 The Impact on the Power Generation Industry from the Japanese Earthquake and Fukushima I Plant Disaster
7.1.8 The Impact of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) on the Power Generation Industry from 2011-2021
7.1.9 EPRI's CCS Projects
7.2 EWE
7.2.1 Trends in the German and European Electric Power Generation Market from 2011-2021
7.2.2 The Main Drivers and Restraints in the Electric Power Generation Market
7.2.3 The Strongest Growth Electric Power Generation Sub-Markets
7.2.4 New Technologies and Government Policies Shaping the Market
7.2.5 The Goals of EWE from 2011-2021

8. Leading Companies in the Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market
8.1 A2A
8.2 Acciona SA
8.3 AES Corporation
8.4 Alpiq Holding
8.5 Ameren Corporation
8.6 American Electric Power (AEP)
8.7 CEZ Group
8.8 China Yangtze Power Company (CYPC)
8.9 Chubu Electric Power
8.10 Chugoku Electric Power Company
8.11 CLP Group
8.12 Companhia Energética de Minas Gerais (CEMIG)
8.13 Constellation Energy
8.14 CPFL Energia
8.15 Datang International Power Generation Company
8.16 Dominion Resources
8.17 DTE Energy
8.18 Duke Energy Corporation
8.19 E.ON
8.20 Edison
8.21 Edison International
8.22 Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC)
8.23 Électricité de France (EDF)
8.24 Eletrobras
8.25 Energias de Portugal (EDP)
8.26 Energie Baden-Württemberg (EnBW)
8.27 Endesa
8.28 Enel
8.29 Entergy Corporation
8.30 Eskom
8.31 EWE
8.32 Exelon Corporation
8.33 FirstEnergy Corporation
8.34 Fortum Oyj
8.35 GDF Suez
8.36 Hokuriku Electric Power Company
8.37 Huadian Corporation
8.38 Huaneng Corporation
8.39 Hydro-Québec
8.40 Iberdrola
8.41 Kansai Electric Power Company (KEPCO)
8.42 Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO)
8.43 Kyushu Electric Power Company
8.44 National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)
8.45 NextEra Energy
8.46 NRG Energy
8.47 Ontario Power Generation (OPG)
8.48 Pacific Gas and Electric Corporation (PG&E)
8.49 Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN / Persero)
8.50 PPL Corporation
8.51 Progress Energy
8.52 Public Power Corporation (PPC / DEI)
8.53 Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG)
8.54 Reliance Infrastructure
8.55 RusHydro JSC
8.56 RWE
8.57 Saudi Electricity Company
8.58 Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE)
8.59 Shikoku Electric Power Company
8.60 Southern Company
8.61 Tenaga Nasional Berhard
8.62 Tohoku Electric Power Company
8.63 Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO)
8.64 Vattenfall
8.65 Xcel Energy

9. Conclusions
9.1 The Global Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Market 2011-2021
9.2 The Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Sub-Markets 2011-2021
9.2.1 Strong Growth Sub-Markets
9.2.2 Moderate Growth Sub-Markets
9.2.3 Declining Sub-Markets
9.3 The Top 10 National Electric Power Generation Infrastructure Markets 2011-2021
9.3.1 Strong Growth National Markets
9.3.2 Moderate Growth National Markets
9.4 Final Conclusions

10. Glossary


Notes for Editors

If you are interested in a more detailed overview of this report, please send an e-mail to sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com or call her on +44(0)207-336-6100

About Visiongain

Visiongain is one of the fastest growing and most innovative independent media companies in Europe. Based in London, UK, visiongain produces a host of business-2-business conferences, newsletters, management reports and e-zines focusing on the Energy, Pharmaceutical, Telecoms, Defence and Materials sectors.

Visiongain publishes reports produced by its in-house analysts, who are qualified experts in their field. Visiongain has firmly established itself as the first port-of-call for the business professional, who needs in


For an exec summary of the report please contact Sara Peerun

Email: sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com
Tel: +44-020-7336610
Web: http://www.visiongain.com

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