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15 Dec 2014  |  Global
Localised and Distributed Generation Offers Highest Growth Potential
This annual global power and energy outlook provides an updated insight of the key developments in the power and energy sector, with particular focus on the significant events in the last 12 to18 months and likely implications for the future. It offers insights on a number of key markets and highlights the growth opportunities and challenges for th...
30 Sep 2014  |  Global
Transitioning Towards a Low Carbon Energy System
Frost & Sullivan's Annual Global Power Generation Forecasts provide a detailed assessment of the future development of the power industry fuel mix over the next two decades. These reflect Frost & Sullivan's current thinking on the expected development of net capacity additions during the 20122030 period. A global overview looking at key global dev...
16 Sep 2014  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Increased Industrial Activity in APAC will Drive the Market
The global industrial UPS market is conservative and is at its maturity. Although there was a slight decline in the growth rate in 2013 over the previous year, the market is expected to recover and register moderate growth over the forecast period. The market continues to be dominated by three-phase systems and customized solutions, and the growth ...
11 Nov 2014  |  Global
Technological Advancements Drive Opportunities
This study provides a detailed analysis of the key trends affecting the global O&G market over the course of the next decade and beyond, looking at the highest impact issues creating opportunities in the areas of upstream, midstream, and downstream. Despite increasing affinity towards alternate energy sources, O&G will remain the major source for ...
22 Dec 2014  |  Global
Growing Cost-Competitiveness Drives Market Opportunities
Renewable energy has made strong advances in the power generation fuel mix in many developed and developing nations in the past decade. Energy-hungry nations are increasingly turning to renewables in order to meet their rapidly increasing demand. While some better established sources of renewable power, such as small hydro, biomass, wind, and incre...