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16 Aug 2017  |  Europe

Electricity Industry Profiles—Sweden

Electrification of Transport will Drive New Investment in Renewable Energy, Forecast to be €15.8 Billion between 2015 and 2030

Sweden has a high renewable energy potential. The country has met its 2020 renewable energy target of 49% in 2013 already. Sweden plans to continue efficient operation of its existing energy sources and is committed to 100% renewable energy by 2040. Sweden has a huge potential for electricity generation from wind, biomass and biogas, which form a k...

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16 Aug 2017  |  Europe

Electricity Industry Profiles—Ireland

Significant Investment Opportunities as Ireland Seeks to Transform and Decarbonise its Energy System

The island of Ireland is readying itself for a major market transformation as SEM (Single Electricity Market) design, being incompatible with the European Target Model is being replaced by the Integrated Single Electricity Market (I-SEM) late 2017, if everything goes according to plan. Keeping that aside, the progress by renewable energy especially...

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11 Aug 2017  |  Europe

Electricity Industry Profiles—Bulgaria

Decision on New Nuclear Plants to Shape Bulgaria’s Energy Future

Bulgaria remains heavily dependent on coal (44.1% in 2015) and nuclear power (32.1% in 2015) for its electricity. Unlike most European countries, Bulgaria remains committed to nuclear, with plans for 2 new reactors backed by Russian investment. Bulgaria has exceeded its renewable energy target of 16%. It hit 18.2% in 2015 and managed 19.4% when onl...

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15 Jun 2017  |  Europe

Electricity Industry Profiles—Poland and Hungary

Need to Replace Ageing Power Plant Capacity Will Result in Nearly €50 Billion Invested in New Plants by 2030

Poland will remain dependent on coal-fired generation, with 5GW of new capacity under construction. Installed capacity will decline by 2030, but coal will still account for 46% of electricity supply based on current policies. Wind energy was a promising market in Poland, but the changes in the law regarding turbines and proximity to buildings and f...

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26 Apr 2017  |  Europe

Electricity Industry Profiles—Germany, Austria, Switzerland

Renewable Energy Dominates the Investment Climate Across All 3 Countries – A Mix of Wind, Solar, and Hydropower

Germany was an early leader in renewable energy; although its pace has slowed, the country still continues to make significant investment in new wind and solar capacity. This investment must be supported by investment in new grid interconnections to ensure that the electricity generated is used and not wasted. Austria has also followed Germany's le...

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03 Jan 2017  |  Europe

Innovation Benchmarking in European Energy Utilities

Identifying Best Practices among Leading Firms

The energy industry, which has traditionally been highly stable, is currently undergoing a drastic transformation. A number of disrupting elements, including the digitisation of electricity networks and products, deregulation, increased competition from new entrants, decreasing demand, a shift to cleaner energy sources, changes in consumption patte...

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13 Oct 2016  |  Europe

Turkey’s Coal Strategy—Advance or Retreat?

An Analysis of Turkey’s Coal-focused Energy Targets Addressing Environmental Goals

Turkey’s Ministry of Energy has slated a new ‘Coal Law’ to be introduced in the next one year. In tandem with the government's coal expansion agenda, the law will help ascertain the sector's growth, marking a sustainable economic growth path. While it is difficult for Turkey to completely fore go energy import, the country’s prime goal is t...

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30 Sep 2016  |  Europe

Implications of Turkey's Failed Coup Attempt on the Energy Sector

An Assessment for the Implications for the Energy Sector

The failed coup attempt has created increased volatility in Turkey but the government has acted decisively with robust policies to reinstate stability and confidence in the economy. Turkey’s energy sector has been relatively unaffected during the past few weeks but some potential delays in projects are expected as the government tackles the secur...

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18 Aug 2016  |  Europe

Future of Power Generation in Turkey

Utilizing Local Resources will Transform the Industry and Reduce Dependency on Fuel Imports

Over the last two years, the type of investment in electricity generated has changed when compared to the investment environment of the last decade. Although big thermal power plants are still being commissioned, the growth rate of renewable investments is significantly higher than that of thermic power plants, especially in the licence-exempt mark...

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22 Sep 2015  |  Europe

Overview of the Turkish Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Market

Healthcare and Office Sectors Drive Strong Growth

The Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) market in Turkey is poised for a period of strong growth. As investments are expected to continue and thrive in the healthcare, office building, telecom, and datacentre sectors, these application areas represent key growth opportunities for the Turkish UPS market. This study also provides a detailed overview...

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