Independent Power Plant (IPP) Market in South and Southeast Asia, Trends in 2017

Developing Asia Continues to be a Powerhouse in IPP Growth as Energy Demand Soars

USD 3,000

* Required Fields

USD 3,000

PAY BY INVOICE

Be the first to review this product

Developing Asia, which has significant peak power shortages and substantial electrification gaps, offers abundant opportunities for private developers or Independent Power Producers (IPPs). A massive 184.4GW of expected IPP capacity additions between 2015 and 2020, makes it perhaps the largest region for new-build power plants. With the cooling down of the Chinese economy, developing Asia offers the most attractive growth opportunity for IPP companies and investors.

Increasing energy demand due to economic growth and increase in population and urbanization have necessitated the governments of all countries to develop policies that open up the power generation sector to attract private investments. The implementation of these policies and actual investments have had varying levels of success. Many of these policies have evolved over the years, through amendments made after past mistakes and controversies as in the case of India and Indonesia. Countries such as Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand have had a relatively uninterrupted IPP market development, but not without criticism that these countries patronize a select few local conglomerates.

Some countries such as India, the Philippines, Thailand, and Bangladesh have unbundled the traditional monopolistic electricity markets into separate generation, transmission and distribution companies, since the beginning of this century. They have set up independent regulatory and planning agencies outside the remit of incumbent utilities. While others such as Malaysia, Indonesia, and Laos have not unbundled their monopolies but are fairly mature IPP markets because of private investment in power generation for nearly two decades. Other countries have a fledgling power sector under the high investment risk category and hence, are struggling to attract investment.

Despite current economic conditions, the IPP market growth outlook is still optimistic, considering that South Asia and many of these Southeast Asian countries are expected to have some of the highest GDP growth rates in the world. Governments are putting in place policy frameworks and institutional mechanisms to attract investment and facilitate the development of IPPs to power their growth.

This IPP market study covers Southeast Asia and South Asia. Countries included in Southeast Asia are Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. South Asian countries include Bangladesh, India, and Sri Lanka.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer
What are power sector structures like in Asia? What are the energy mixes in these countries?
What is the forecast of IPP installed capacity growth in Asia?
What are the upcoming IPP projects and which market participants are involved in them?
What are the market risks in each country for IPP development?

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
2. Introduction
Research Scope
Definitions
3. Cambodia
Power Sector Structure
Market Dynamics
Installed Capacity Forecast
Future IPP Projects in Cambodia
Country Risk Analysis
4. Indonesia
Power Sector Structure
Market Dynamics
Installed Capacity Forecast
Upcoming Top 10 IPP Projects in Indonesia
Country Risk Analysis
5. Laos
Power Sector Structure
Market Dynamics
Installed Capacity Forecast
Upcoming Top 10 IPP Projects in Laos
Country Risk Analysis
6. Malaysia
Power Sector Structure
Market Dynamics
Installed Capacity Forecast
Upcoming Top 10 IPP Projects in Malaysia
Country Risk Analysis
7. Myanmar
Power Sector Structure
Market Dynamics
Installed Capacity Forecast
Upcoming Top 10 IPP Projects in Myanmar
Country Risk Analysis
8. The Philippines
Power Sector Structure
Market Dynamics
Installed Capacity Forecast
Upcoming Top 10 IPP Projects in The Philippines
Country Risk Analysis
9. Thailand
Power Sector Structure
Market Dynamics
Installed Capacity Forecast
Upcoming Top 10 IPP Projects in Thailand
Country Risk Analysis
10. Vietnam
Power Sector Structure
Market Dynamics
Installed Capacity Forecast
Upcoming Top 10 IPP Projects in Vietnam
Country Risk Analysis
11. Bangladesh
Power Sector Structure
Market Dynamics
Installed Capacity Forecast
Upcoming Top 10 IPP Projects in Bangladesh
Country Risk Analysis
12. India
Power Sector Structure
Market Dynamics
Installed Capacity Forecast
Upcoming Top 10 IPP Plants In India
Country Risk Analysis
13. Sri Lanka
Power Sector Structure
Market Dynamics
Installed Capacity Forecast
Upcoming IPP Projects in Sri Lanka
Country Risk Analysis
14. Growth Opportunities and Call to Action
Growth Opportunity—Market Ripe for IPP Expansion
Expansion Opportunities for IPPs in Southeast Asia
Expansion Opportunities for IPPs in South Asia
Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth
15. Conclusion
Last Words
Legal Disclaimer
16. Appendix
Example of IPP Market Participants
17. The Frost & Sullivan Story


List of Figures & Charts

1. IPP Market: Power Sector Structure, Cambodia, 2016
2. IPP Market: Power Sector Structure, Indonesia, 2016
3. IPP Market: Power Sector Structure, Laos, 2016
4. IPP Market: Power Sector Structure, Malaysia, 2016
5. IPP Market: Power Sector Structure, Myanmar, 2016
6. IPP Market: Power Sector Structure, The Philippines, 2016
7. IPP Market: Power Sector Structure, Thailand, 2016
8. IPP Market: Power Sector Structure, Vietnam, 2016
9. IPP Market: Power Sector Structure, Bangladesh, 2016
10. IPP Market: Power Sector Structure, India, 2016
11. IPP Market: Power Sector Structure, Sri Lanka, 2016


1. Energy Mix Forecast by Installed Capacity, Cambodia, 2015, 2020, and 2030
2. IPP Market: Power Generation Ownership Forecast, Cambodia, 2015 and 2020
3. Energy Mix Forecast by Installed Capacity, Indonesia, 2015, 2020, and 2025
4. IPP Market: Power Generation Ownership Forecast, Indonesia, 2015 and 2020
5. Energy Mix Forecast by Installed Capacity, Laos, 2015 and 2020
6. IPP Market: Power Generation Ownership Forecast, Laos, 2015 and 2020
7. Energy Mix Forecast by Installed Capacity, Malaysia, 2015, 2020, and 2025
8. IPP Market: Power Generation Ownership Forecast, Malaysia, 2015 and 2020
9. Energy Mix Forecast by Installed Capacity, Myanmar, 2015–2030
10. IPP Market: Power Generation Ownership Forecast, Myanmar, 2015 and 2020
11. Energy Mix Forecast by Installed Capacity, The Philippines, 2015, 2022, and 2028
12. IPP Market: Power Generation Ownership Forecast, The Philippines, 2015 and 2020
13. Energy Mix Forecast by Installed Capacity, Thailand, 2015–2035
14. IPP Market: Power Generation Ownership Forecast, Thailand, 2015 and 2020
15. Energy Mix Forecast by Installed Capacity, Vietnam, 2015, 2020, and 2030
16. IPP Market: Power Generation Ownership Forecast, Vietnam, 2015 and 2020
17. Energy Mix Forecast by Installed Capacity, Bangladesh, 2015–2030
18. IPP Market: Power Generation Ownership Forecast, Bangladesh, 2015 and 2020
19. Energy Mix Forecast by Installed Capacity, India, 2015, 2020, 2025, and 2030
20. IPP Market: Power Generation Ownership Forecast, India, 2015 and 2020
21. Energy Mix Forecast by Installed Capacity, Sri Lanka, 2015–2030
22. IPP Market: Power Generation Ownership Forecast, Sri Lanka, 2015 and 2020
23. IPP Market: Installed Capacity Forecast, Southeast Asia, 2015, 2020, and 2030
24. IPP Market: Installed Capacity Forecast, South Asia, 2015, 2020, and 2025



Keyword1

Keyword2

Keyword3

Related Research

Release Date : 06-Jun-17

Region : Asia Pacific

Release Date : 02-Jan-17

Region : Asia Pacific

Release Date : 29-Sep-16

Region : Asia Pacific

Release Date : 12-Aug-16

Region : Asia Pacific

Why Frost & Sullivan

Working with the CEO’s growth team to create a vision based on a transformation growth strategy

Creating content-based digital marketing strategies that leverage our research perspective to differentiate and “tell your story”

Tracking over 1000 emerging technologies and analyzing the impact by industry and application to reveal the companies to watch in each sector

The Frost & Sullivan team is based in our 45 global offices and have developed a powerful global understandings of how industries operate on a global level.