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31 Dec 2009  |  Africa

The Sub-Sahara African Steam Turbine Market

 

The research service investigates growth in the installed capacity, number, and revenue earnings of steam turbines within Sub-Sahara African for the period 2007 to 2014, as well as the key challenges, drivers and restraints manipulating market movements. A market share and competitor profiling analysis was also conducted in order to ascertain compe...

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The growth of the renewable energy market in Sub-Saharan Africa has been driven by global interest in clean energy and energy efficiency initiatives. To date the development of this market has been hampered by insufficient capital targeted at financing renewable energy projects. CE investment into SSA has mainly been in the form of climate change d...

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25 Jun 2009  |  Africa

Gas Turbine Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa

 

The gas turbine market in Sub Saharan Africa poised for high growth in the medium to long term. The region is executing significant projects to increase its additional electricity generation capacity so as to meet the rising demand. Sub Saharan Africa is expected to add at least 189 units, giving rise to atleast 12,000MW by 2014.

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Over the last two decades, the African continent has received serious attention as the new investment frontier for international investors. The power industry, in particular, has witnessed a lot of investments owing to the need to increase capacity to avoid a power crisis. The Asian financial institutions are among a flurry of financial internation...

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Africas poverty and economic stagnation is regarded as one of the greatest tragedies of our time. Developing energy infrastructure on the continent is one of the key growth strategies identified for Africa since consistent power supply is an instrumental tool to attract much needed foreign direct investments. Equatorial Guinea, Ivory Coast, and Se...

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13 Jul 2009  |  Africa

African Large-Scale Wind Turbine Market

 

To date, more than 96% of the installed wind capacity is installed in North Africa. However, the announcement of the renewable energy feed in tariff in South Africa is attracting interest in the large wind turbine market in this region. In East and West Africa, regular power outages caused by rising electricity demand and dependency on single feeds...

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Africa has access to various gas reserves and yet it remains a highly under utilised electricity generation feedstock - mainly as a result of poor distribution infrastructure. However, advances are being made to improve the utilisation of gas as an important feedstock in Africa. This research service looks at how end-users of gas turbine technology...

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25 Aug 2009  |  Africa

The Sub-Saharan Africa Large Diesel Generation Markets

The Sub-Saharan Africa Large Diesel Generation Markets

Over the past decade electricity demand has outstripped supply of electricity in Sub-Saharan African countries experiencing steep increases in economic growth. Most of the energy sectors in Africa are yet to be liberalized and the onus of supplying electricity rests solely with the electricity utilities. In many cases the installed capacity has not...

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30 Dec 2008  |  Africa

South African Transformer Market

 

The South African electricity crisis is characterised by a significant unbalance between power demand and supply. This is partly the result of underinvestment in transmission and distribution infrastructure. This development has translated into total energy losses estimated at 8.0% in 2008. As a result, power and distribution transformers are seen ...

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01 Sep 2008  |  Africa

Hydro Turbine Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa

 

The hydro turbine market in Sub Saharan Africa has embarked on a growth trajectory. The region is executing significant projects to increase its additional electricity generation capacity so as to meet the rising demand. Sub Saharan Africa is expected to add at least 20 165 MW of additional capacity by 2014.

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