Annual Renewable Energy Outlook 2014

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Renewable energy has made strong advances in the power generation fuel mix in many developed and developing nations in the past decade. Energy-hungry nations are increasingly turning to renewables in order to meet their rapidly increasing demand. While some better established sources of renewable power, such as small hydro, biomass, wind, and increasingly solar PV (photovoltaic), are supported in a more concerted manner, niche renewable energy sources such as geothermal and concentrated solar power (CSP) are also on the rise where the natural conditions are suitable. The study focuses on hydro, wind, solar PV, CSP, biomass and waste, geothermal, and marine power globally, highlighting key trends and developments in 10 regions.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued) Scope and CoverageScope and CoverageRenewable Energy OverviewRenewable Energy—IntroductionRenewable Energy—Investment TrendsRenewable Energy—Installed Capacity Development by TechnologyRenewable Energy—Shifting Technology FocusRenewable Energy—Installed Capacity Development by RegionRenewable Energy—Evolving Regional BalanceRenewable Energy—Installed Capacity Excluding HydroRenewable Energy—Regional Balance Shift Excluding HydroRenewable Energy—Technology HighlightsRenewable Energy—Technology Highlights (continued)Hydro PowerHydro—Key Developments and ImplicationsHydro—Key Developments and Implications (continued)Hydro—Technology Analysis and Trends Hydro—Technology Analysis and Trends (continued) Hydro—Technology Analysis and Trends (continued) Hydro—Competitive Analysis and Market StructureHydro—Competitive Analysis and Market Structure (continued)Hydro—Installed Capacity MapHydro—Installed Capacity DevelopmentHydro—Role in the Fuel MixHydro—Growth RatesHydro—Shifting Regional BalanceHydro—Regional Trends and DevelopmentsHydro—Regional Trends and Developments (continued)Wind PowerWind—Key Developments and ImplicationsWind—Key Developments and Implications (continued)Wind—Technology Analysis and Trends Wind—Technology Analysis and Trends (continued) Wind—Technology Analysis and Trends (continued) Wind—Competitive Analysis and Market StructureWind—Installed Capacity MapWind—Installed Capacity DevelopmentWind—Role in the Fuel MixWind—Growth RatesWind—Shifting Regional BalanceWind—Regional Trends and DevelopmentsWind—Regional Trends and Developments (continued)Wind—Regional Trends and Developments (continued)Solar Photovoltaics (PV)Solar PV—Key Developments and ImplicationsSolar PV—Key Developments and Implications (continued)Solar PV—Technology Analysis and Trends Solar PV—Technology Analysis and Trends (continued)Solar PV—Competitive Analysis and Market StructureSolar PV—Competitive Analysis and Market Structure (continued)Solar PV—Installed Capacity MapSolar PV—Installed Capacity DevelopmentSolar PV—Role in the Fuel MixSolar PV—Growth RatesSolar PV—Shifting Regional BalanceSolar PV—Regional Trends and DevelopmentsSolar PV—Regional Trends and Developments (continued)Concentrated Solar Power (CSP)CSP—Key Developments and ImplicationsCSP—Key Developments and Implications (continued)CSP—Technology Analysis and Trends CSP—Technology Analysis and Trends (continued) CSP—Technology Analysis and Trends (continued) CSP—Competitive Analysis and Market StructureCSP—Competitive Analysis and Market Structure (continued)CSP—Installed Capacity MapCSP—Installed Capacity DevelopmentCSP—Role in the Fuel MixCSP—Growth RatesCSP—Shifting Regional BalanceCSP—Regional Trends and DevelopmentsBioenergy and WasteBioenergy and Waste—Key Developments and ImplicationsBioenergy and Waste—Key Developments and Implications (continued)Bioenergy and Waste—Technology Analysis and Trends Bioenergy and Waste—Technology Analysis and Trends (continued) Bioenergy and Waste—Technology Analysis and Trends (continued) Bioenergy and Waste—Competitive Analysis and Market StructureBioenergy and Waste—Installed Capacity MapBioenergy and Waste—Installed Capacity DevelopmentBioenergy and Waste—Role in the Fuel MixBioenergy and Waste—Growth RatesBioenergy and Waste—Shifting Regional BalanceBioenergy and Waste—Regional Trends and DevelopmentsBioenergy and Waste—Regional Trends and Developments (continued)Geothermal PowerGeothermal—Key Developments and ImplicationsGeothermal—Key Developments and Implications (continued)Geothermal—Technology Analysis and Trends Geothermal—Technology Analysis and Trends (continued) Geothermal—Competitive Analysis and Market StructureGeothermal—Competitive Analysis and Market Structure (continued)Geothermal—Installed Capacity MapGeothermal—Installed Capacity DevelopmentGeothermal—Role in the Fuel MixGeothermal—Growth RatesGeothermal—Shifting Regional BalanceGeothermal—Regional Trends and DevelopmentsGeothermal—Regional Trends and Developments (continued)Marine PowerMarine—Key Developments and ImplicationsMarine—Key Developments and Implications (continued)Marine—Technology Analysis and Trends Marine—Technology Analysis and Trends (continued) Marine—Technology Analysis and Trends (continued) Marine—Technology Analysis and Trends (continued) Marine—Competitive Analysis and Market StructureMarine—Installed Capacity MapMarine—Installed Capacity DevelopmentMarine—Role in the Fuel MixMarine—Growth RatesMarine—Shifting Regional BalanceMarine—Regional Trends and DevelopmentsMarine—Regional Trends and Developments (continued)Legal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviationsRegional Definitions The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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