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21 Apr 2006  |  Europe
This research service covers key political and policy developments in Poland and analyzes their impact on the Polish energy Industry. Specifically it presents developments in privitization and liberalization, energy policy reforms and fiscal initiatives which are likely to the influence the polish energy industry.
23 Sep 2006  |  Europe
Polish energy profile is dominated by coal as it has huge coal reserves; however it is still not sufficient to satisfy the countrys energy demand. Economic stability, environmental quality, and resource sustainability are shifting Polish consumption trends toward natural gas and renewables. The Polish energy infrastructure is old and is ineffectiv...
12 Sep 2006  |  Europe
Polish energy industry has undergoing a number of changes which is likely to change current market structure. Key initiatives undertaken by the government as part of the reforms in the industry are privatization, establishment of new regulatory bodies. Transportation and residential demand for energy is likely to drive the industry growth. Energy...
25 Mar 2007  |  Europe
The Russian economy is dominated by a dynamic energy profile comprising of huge reserves of oil, gas and coal. The various reforms and privatisation in these sectors have accelerated the generation and distribution of energy. The main highlight is Russia's focus on the nuclear power expansion which has led to the birth of a large number of power r...
12 May 2003  |  Europe
This report on the energy industry in Germany covers the economic importance of the industry, its structure, and segments from 1997 to 2007. The energy supply segment covered in the report includes domestic energy production and energy trade in primary energy sources such as coal, petroleum, natural gas, renewable energy, and nuclear power. The ene...
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22 Mar 2004  |  Europe
This report on the energy industry in the European Union covers the economic importance of the industry, its structure, and segments from 1998 to 2008. The energy supply segment covered in the report includes domestic energy production and energy trade in primary energy sources such as coal, petroleum, natural gas, renewable energy, and nuclear pow...
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10 Feb 2006  |  Europe
This study is a top level analysis of the power outage protection strategies of datacentres in Europe. Based on 70 short 'top of mind' interviews, Frost & Sullivan presents a strategic assessment of customers' chosen solutions for back-up power. We also look at the likely future implications of customers' opinions.
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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...