Analysis of the Water Treatment Chemicals Market in Sub-Saharan Africas Power Generation Industry

Capacity Expansion in South Africa Drives Demand

  • Research Code : M941-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : CM00051-AF-MR_00339
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  • Release Date : 30-May-2014
  • Region : Africa
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This research service titled chemicals usage in the various utilities in sub-Saharan Africa looks at the water treatment chemicals demand by power utilities in South Africa, with a regional overview of Nigeria, Botswana, Namibia, Kenya, and Uganda. Market growth data and forecast growth rates, as well as detailed drivers, restraints, and challenges impacting the market are provided. ESKOM is the major end-user in South Africa, and its capacity expansion program is expected to drive growth in the market during the forecast period 20142018. Nigeria will be a major source of revenue in the long term, as capacity expansion and refurbishment are expected to follow the recently completed privatisation of the power industry.

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