Analysis of the Large-scale Power Rental Market in Sub-Saharan Africa

Analysis of the Large-scale Power Rental Market in Sub-Saharan Africa

A Promising Economic Outlook is Set to Fuel Projects in Nigeria and Kenya

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18-Aug-2014
REGION
Africa
Research Code: 9AAE-00-05-00-00
SKU: EG00041-AF-MR_00536

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Sub-Saharan Africa offers many opportunities for the large-scale power rental market (greater than 1 MW). Power infrastructure in the region is ageing, but is also largely underdeveloped due to decades of underinvestment. This is reflected in a low electrification rate, which is only around 31.8% for the entire region. Research was carried out by leveraging Frost & Sullivan's in-house market knowledge and expertise, reviewing publicly available secondary data sources, and conducting interviews with key market players. The research service examines the overall market, with a focus on Kenya and Nigeria. The base year is 2013; the forecast period is from 2014 to 2019.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Research Aim and Objectives

Scope

Power Industry Overview

Power Industry Overview (continued)

Electrification Rates

Electrification Rates (continued)

Large-scale Power Rental Market—Installed Capacity Forecast

Large-scale Power Rental Market—Revenue Forecast

Installed Capacity and Revenue Forecast Discussion

Market Drivers and Restraints

Market Drivers Explained

Market Drivers Explained (continued)

Market Drivers Explained (continued)

Market Restraints Explained

Market Restraints Explained (continued)

Market Restraints Explained (continued)

Market Restraints Explained (continued)

Market Competition Overview

Market Competition Overview (continued)

Market Competition Overview (continued)

Kenya—Power Industry Overview

Kenya—Power Industry Overview (continued)

Kenya—Power Industry Overview (continued)

Kenya—Overview of the Large-scale Power Rental Market

Kenya—Overview of the Large-scale Power Rental Market (continued)

Kenya—Competitor Overview

Kenya—Competitor Overview (continued)

Kenya—Competitor Overview (continued)

Kenya—Competitor Overview (continued)

Kenya—End-user Overview: Power Utilities

Kenya—End-user Overview: Power Utilities (continued)

Kenya—End-user Overview: Power Utilities (continued)

Kenya—End-user Overview: Power Utilities (continued)

Kenya—End-user Overview: Power Utilities (continued)

Kenya—End-user Overview: Others

Kenya—End-user Overview: Others (continued)

Kenya—Opportunities

Nigeria—Power Industry Overview

Nigeria—Power Industry Overview (continued)

Nigeria—Power Industry Overview (continued)

Nigeria—Overview of the Large-scale Power Rental Market

Nigeria—Overview of the Large-scale Power Rental Market (continued)

Nigeria—Competitor Overview

Nigeria—Competitor Overview (continued)

Nigeria—Competitor Overview (continued)

Nigeria—Competitor Overview (continued)

Nigeria—Competitor Overview (continued)

Nigeria—End-user Overview

Key Conclusions

Key Conclusions (continued)

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Sub-Saharan Africa offers many opportunities for the large-scale power rental market (greater than 1 MW). Power infrastructure in the region is ageing, but is also largely underdeveloped due to decades of underinvestment. This is reflected in a low electrification rate, which is only around 31.8% for the entire region. Research was carried out by leveraging Frost & Sullivan's in-house market knowledge and expertise, reviewing publicly available secondary data sources, and conducting interviews with key market players. The research service examines the overall market, with a focus on Kenya and Nigeria. The base year is 2013; the forecast period is from 2014 to 2019.
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No Index No
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Author Muneera Salie
Industries Energy
WIP Number 9AAE-00-05-00-00
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GPS Codes 9851