European; Middle Eastern and African Micro- and Mini-Turbine Market - Update 2001

 


The market in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) is at an early stage of development. Europe is most advanced and end-user trends are beginning to emerge. Future market direction appears more secure after a much hyped but slow market start. Many companies anticipate making multiple purchases in the short to medium term as units are field proven, become available and as maintenance and distribution networks are developed.

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Table of Contents

European; Middle Eastern and African Micro- and Mini-Turbine Market - Update 2001, Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryIntroduction to the Micro- and Mini-Turbine MarketMarket Definitions/Product Features/Customers and End-UsersSummary of Major FindingsMarket Drivers and RestraintsAnalysis by European CountryCustomer Facing SurveyCompetitive AnalysisEnd-User Case StudiesConclusionsEuropean; Middle Eastern and African Micro- and Mini-Turbine Market - Update 2001, Market ChallengesMarket and Competitor ChallengesChallengesEuropean; Middle Eastern and African Micro- and Mini-Turbine Market - Update 2001, Competitive Structure and Competitor ProfilesCompetitive StructureIntroductionCompetitive/Distribution and Industry StructuresMarket Entry Timeline AnalysisSelected Packager and Distributor Competitor ProfilesIntroductionAdvanticaAl-FuttaimBowman Power SystemsDTE Energy TechnologyG.A.S. EnergietechnikGeveke Power SystemsSOFFIMATTotalsupport LtdTranscontinental Energy Co.Valliant EnergyManufacturer Competitor ProfilesCapstone Turbine CorporationElliott Energy SystemsHoneywell Power SystemsIngersoll-RandKawasaki Gas TurbineOPRA Optimal Radial TurbinePratt & WhitneyTurbecVATEuropean; Middle Eastern and African Micro- and Mini-Turbine Market - Update 2001, Experience from the United StatesThe Influence on EuropeIntroductionAssessing Value of North American Data for EuropeNorth American Utility Decision Maker Survey: DG Technologies 1998Advantages of Installing DGUS Utility Survey FindingsDeployment Concerns and AdvantagesRespondent AnalysisRelativity of US Study to European MarketNorth American Microturbine Market 1997-2000Market OverviewDrivers and RestraintsMarket Analysis 1997-2000Market TrendsMarket ChallengesEuropean; Middle Eastern and African Micro- and Mini-Turbine Market - Update 2001, Microturbine Competing Technology Market and Opinion SurveyEuropean Generator-Set MarketMarket OverviewMarket ForecastsAnalysis by End-UserPricing Strategy and Trend AnalysisAnalysis by Geographic Region and Technology TrendsAnalysis by ApplicationConclusionsCompeting Technology Opinion SurveyScope and Objective of the SurveyImportance of Product Attributes to CustomersCompetitive Technology Performance-Importance ComparisonConclusion for the Microturbine Market: The Marketing Value of Product AttributesEuropean; Middle Eastern and African Micro- and Mini-Turbine Market - Update 2001, EMEA Microturbine Market Engineering Research Results & AnalysisEuropean MarketMarket OverviewMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Drivers and RestraintsMarket ForecastsAlternative Market Growth ScenariosGeographic AnalysisApplication and End-User AnalysisDistribution AnalysisPricing AnalysisTechnology BackgroundTechnology TrendsMiddle Eastern MarketMarket OverviewMarket Drivers and RestraintsMarket ForecastsAlternative Market Growth ScenariosGeographic AnalysisConclusionsAfrican MarketsMarket OverviewMarket Drivers and RestraintsMarket ForecastsAlternative Market Growth ScenariosGeographic Market FactorsConclusionsEMEA Comparative AnalysisEMEA Comparative AnalysisEuropean; Middle Eastern and African Micro- and Mini-Turbine Market - Update 2001, Product Perception: Utility Survey and End-User Case StudiesUtility SurveyUtility Strategies Towards Distributed Power GenerationPerception of Critical Success FactorsCase StudiesSummary of Case StudiesASEAG Energie: Capstone/G.A.S.Durham County Council: Capstone/AdvanticaBayerngas: Capstone/G.A.S.Thyssengas: TurbecGasunie: CapstoneLeonard Cheshire Charity: Capstone/AdvanticaW.J. Findon & Son: Capstone/AdvanticaNOWUM Energy: Capstone/G.A.S.Gaz de France: TurbecEuropean; Middle Eastern and African Micro- and Mini-Turbine Market - Update 2001, Strategic Analysis and RecommendationsStrategic AnalysisPEST AnalysisFive Forces AnalysisMarket Engineering Strategy and RecommendationsStrategic RecommendationsMarket Engineering AwardEuropean; Middle Eastern and African Micro- and Mini-Turbine Market - Update 2001, Database of Key Industry ParticipantsDatabase of Key Industry ParticipantsContact Details




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