Energy & Environment Industry Outlook in 2015An Asia-Pacific Perspective

Oil Price CollapseThreat or Opportunity?


With the recent plunge in crude oil prices, it is a good time to think about the relationship between crude oil and the energy and environment markets. Many believe that the downward trend is temporary, with superficial impact on the markets. Although prices continue to plummet, industry challenges and operation cost still remain acute such as cost of power transmission and distribution. Other industry challenges include high non-revenue water with low electricity tariff for water utilities, lukewarm uptake of renewable energy, and random development of smart cities and green buildings. The study focuses on the above-mentioned developments as well as current and future trends of the Asia-Pacific energy and environment industries in 2015.
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Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings - Trends and Outlook for the South Korea Energy & Environment Industry
2. Introduction—Sustainable Electricity and Water Supply in Question
Electricity Consumption Trends
Electricity Consumption Forecast, South Korea, 2010–2020
Electricity Pricing Trends
Electricity Prices by Application, South Korea, 2004, 2008, and 2013
Status and Issues Related to the Electricity Pricing System in Korea
Low Electric Tariff
Structural Issue
Government Initiatives
Average Increase in the Rate of Electricity Prices, South Korea, August 2011–December 2013
Water Pricing and Consumption Trends
3. Policies and Institutions as Industry Enablers
2nd National Basic Plan for Energy
7th Basic Plan for Electricity Demand and Supply
4th Basic Plan for Renewable Energy
Emissions Trading System (ETS)
Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC)
Adjustment of Mitigation Target, South Korea, 2020 and 2030
4. Energy Sector Outlook
Renewable Energy—Wind Power
Key Trends
Two Biggest Challenges
Outlook
Renewable Energy—Solar Power
Key Trends
Outlook
Energy Storage System (ESS)
Key Trends
ESS for Frequency Regulation Demonstration Project, South Korea, 2014–2017
Outlook
ESS Application Forecast, South Korea, 2014-2020
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)
Key Trends
Outlook
CCS Installation Plan, South Korea, 2016–2020
Microgrid
Key Trends
Outlook
5. Environment Sector Outlook
Desalination
Key Trends
Outlook
Smart Water Grid
Key Trends
Outlook
Building Energy Management System (BEMS)
Key Trends
Outlook
BEMS Market Forecast, South Korea, 2013–2020
Top 3 Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
6. The Frost & Sullivan Story
The Journey to Visionary Innovation
Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career
Global Perspective
Industry Convergence
360º Research Perspective
Implementation Excellence
Our Blue Ocean Strategy


List of Figures & Charts

1. ESS for Frequency Regulation Demonstration Project, South Korea, 2014–2017


1. Electricity Consumption Forecast, South Korea, 2010–2020
2. Electricity Prices by Application, South Korea, 2004, 2008, and 2013
3. Average Increase in the Rate of Electricity Prices, South Korea, August 2011–December 2013
4. Adjustment of Mitigation Target, South Korea, 2020 and 2030
5. ESS Application Forecast, South Korea, 2014-2020
6. CCS Installation Plan, South Korea, 2016–2020
7. BEMS Market Forecast, South Korea, 2013–2020



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