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07 May 2013  |  Europe
Energy Market Reform Reveals Attractive Opportunities
Turkeys power generation sector is witnessing a construction boom in all sectors: coal- and gas- based and renewables. Demand is expected to grow and a looming power shortage may become a reality if new investment is delayed. With many new market entrants, Frost & Sullivan expects a wave of consolidation because financing for new projects may beco...
08 Aug 2013  |  Europe
Key Growth Opportunities Targeted Towards Various Sectors of Hardware, Software, and Other Markets
The smart meter rollout is gaining speed in Europe, driven by the EU mandate to have 80% coverage of smart meters in households by 2020. Equally interesting is the evolution of the smart grid wherein communication and involvement of the demand-side participants (consumers) become very important. This market insight looks at both hardware (EV chargi...
17 Sep 2013  |  Europe
Despite Challenges, Europe's Green Energy Supergrids are Possible for Future Low-carbon Electricity
Increasing power generation from renewable energy has led to excess energy-sharing among European states. Implementation of supergrids within select European countries would enhance effective power transmission and distribution. This market insight addresses the importance of supergrids and their necessity in Europe. Topics covered include the bene...
31 Oct 2013  |  Europe
First-mover Advantage in the Near Term, Competition to Boom Post 2020
A smart city is a future trend that ensures efficient, intelligent power consumption and management within an urban community. These global cities will only function through the installation of both a smart grid and a form of energy storage. The impact of energy storage in a smart city is expected to be felt most strongly in the US and Europe, foll...
24 Jan 2014  |  Europe
Supportive Legislations and Initiatives Provide Clarity to Promote Implementation
Renewable energy sources are environmentally friendly and globally promoted. Due to their intermittent nature, however, renewable energy sources cannot be utilised as and when needed. Hence, an energy storage system becomes crucial to fully utilise renewable power. An energy storage facility acts as a buffer during peak demand; further, it improves...
16 Jun 2014  |  Europe
Emergence of New Technologies and Resurgence of the Construction Sector Will Further Drive Stand-by Power Demand
Energy security is the key demand driver for onsite stand-by power needs in the European region. Grid instability and power outages due to the capacity overload in the Eastern countries along with the stand-by demand for intermittent renewable power sources in Western regions continue to drive the need for onsite power generation technology such as...