Investment Plans for Power Utilities in Sub-Saharan Africa

Increased Investment in Power Networks to Boost Economic Growth Potential

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This study highlights targets and projects that are being planned and implemented by key power utilities in five Sub-Saharan African countries, namely, Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya and Zambia. The research service also discusses the key challenges faced by the industry in each country with respect to increasing capacity and electricity tariffs, as well as implementation plans and the associated financiers for the same. All drivers are related to economic growth, population growth and urbanisation with emphasis on rural electrification, which is being mandated at a national and international level.

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Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary (continued)Executive Summary—CEO’s PerspectiveMarket OverviewMarket Overview—Description and ScopeMarket Overview—Key Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket Overview—Segmentation External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints—Total Power Utility MarketDrivers and RestraintsDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Restraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Restraints Explained (continued)Forecast and Trends—Total Power Utility MarketAverage Tariff Trends and ForecastAverage Tariff Trends and Forecast DiscussionGhana BreakdownGhana—Power Industry OverviewGhana—Power Industry StructureGhana—Supply and Demand ForecastGhana—Supply and Demand OverviewGhana—Planned Capacity IncreaseGhana—Planned Capacity Increase (continued)Ghana—Challenges to Energy ImplementationGhana—Challenges to Energy Implementation (continued)Ghana—Power Industry Expansion PlansGhana—Power Industry Expansion Plans (continued)Ghana—Present Energy ProjectsGhana—Present Energy Projects (continued)Ghana—Energy Expansion FinanceEquipment Suppliers and Manufacturer Preference from Selected PlantsGhana—Average Tariff ForecastNigeria BreakdownNigeria—Power Industry OverviewNigeria—Power Industry StructureNigerian Power Reform ProcessNigerian Power Reform Process (continued)Nigerian Power Reform Process (continued)Nigeria—Supply and Demand ForecastNigeria—Challenges to Energy ImplementationNigeria—Challenges to Energy Implementation (continued)Tanzania BreakdownTanzania—Power Industry OverviewTanzania—Power Industry StructurePlanned Increase in Capacity and its Major Financiers Tanzania—Supply and Demand ForecastTanzania—Challenges to Energy ImplementationTanzania—Challenges to Energy Implementation (continued)Tanzania—Present Energy ProjectsTanzania—Present Energy Projects (continued)Tanzania—Present Energy Projects (continued)Geothermal Expansion ProjectsSelected Equipment Suppliers and Contractors Used by Utilities in Upgrades and New BuildsSelected Equipment Suppliers and Contractors Used by Utilities in Upgrades and New Builds (continued)Selected Equipment Suppliers and Contractors Used by Utilities in Upgrades and New Builds (continued)Selected Equipment Suppliers and Contractors Used by Utilities in Upgrades and New Builds (continued)Tanzania—Average Tariff ForecastKenya BreakdownKenya—Power Industry OverviewKenya—Power Industry Structure Kenya—Supply and Demand ForecastKenya—Planned Capacity IncreaseKenya—Challenges to Energy Implementation Kenya—Present Energy Projects Kenya—Present Energy Projects (continued)Planned Implementation ProjectsOngoing Generation Projects—KengenEnergy Project Finance Energy Project Finance (continued)Energy Project Finance (continued)Renewable Energy and Geothermal Feed-in TariffsZambia BreakdownZambia—Power Industry OverviewZambia—Power Industry Overview (continued)Zambia—Power Industry Structure Zambia—Supply and Demand ForecastZambia—Planned Capacity IncreaseZambia—Challenges to Energy ImplementationZambia—Present Energy ProjectsZambia—Present Energy Projects(continued)Energy Project Finance and Equipment SuppliersZambia—Average Tariff ForecastThe Last WordThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyAdditional Sources of Information on Power Utilities in AfricaLearn More—Next StepsTable of Acronyms Used

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