Global Trends in Power Generation

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This research service explores the rising energy demand across the globe and analyzes the key energy resources that will be increasingly used, up until 2035. It explores the drivers and restraints of key energy sources such as coal, gas, and renewables, and features a short discussion of the key geographical trends influencing the growth of the energy market. A brief snapshot of the utilization of gas plants in Europe, focused mainly on the United Kingdom and Germany, is followed by a summary of the key findings of the top three energy resource markets, namely, coal, gas, and renewables.

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Global Trends in Power GenerationExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key Trends in the Global EconomyExecutive Summary—Global Energy Consumption Snapshot Till 2035Power GenerationGlobal Energy Demand Set to Grow Over the Next DecadesGas Generation to Significantly Increase but Coal will Dominate up to 2030Power Generation—Installed Capacity Fuel Mix Global Power Generation Fuel MixCoal MarketDrivers and Restraints for the Coal Power MarketGeographical Trends in Coal GenerationGas MarketDrivers and Restraints for the Gas Power MarketGeographical Trends in Gas Generation Low Utilization of Gas Plants in EuropeDeclining Loads of Gas Plants—United Kingdom Declining Loads of Gas Plants—GermanyRenewables MarketDrivers and Restraints for the Renewables MarketGeographical Trends in Renewable MarketOther Markets and IndustriesPower Plant Financing is Becoming a Greater ChallengeChinese Equipment and Finance Driving Success in EuropeConclusionConclusionLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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