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18 Jul 2019  |  Asia Pacific
Many Countries in the Region are Evaluating Opportunities and Setting High Targets to Increase the Penetration of Renewable Energy Sources of Power Generation
With climate change having a significant impact worldwide, decarbonization, decentralization, and digitalization are the three main 'Ds' transforming the power sector today. Reports published by many government agencies have forecast the growing penetration of distributed and renewable energy technologies in the overall power market. The main obje...
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10 Jun 2019  |  Asia Pacific
1–10MW Turbines Witnessing Increased Adoption due to Decreasing Site Availability and the Impacts of Climate Change
The recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) states that Global Warming has to be restricted to a maximum of 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels by 2030 in order to minimize the impacts of climate change in the future. Energy generation from burning fossil fuels is considered one of the main causes of climate change, and...
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17 Apr 2017  |  Asia Pacific
Opportunities and Challenges for Oil and Gas Producers in Kazakhstan
Research Scope This study captures Kazakhstan’s oil and gas industry’s growth and development over the years. The study presents the value chain for both oil and gas segments covering upstream, midstream, and downstream activities. The study also provides a detailed overview of reserves and resources, production, and market prices of oil and ...
26 Dec 2016  |  Asia Pacific
State-owned Retailers Show Supply Reliability Improvements with Increasing Tariff
ASEAN has a diverse electricity supply market structure with varied levels of de-regulation, tariff, subsidies, and tariff structure. A few countries have de-regulated wholesale power markets without fuel subsidies and others have a single-buyer wholesale market with high fuel subsidies. In recent years, there has been consistent investment in grid...
29 Sep 2016  |  Asia Pacific
Immediate Needs to Reduce CO2 Emission in IPPs Will Create an Opportunity of More Than $27 Billion
IPPs in Southeast Asia, particularly ASEAN-6, face multiple challenges such as policy and regulatory restrictions and pressure to control carbon emissions. In addition, IPPs struggle to keep costs low to remain competitive while maintaining the highest quality in power generation, safety standards, and customer service. Incumbent technologies curre...
30 Dec 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Introduction to Great Britain's Incentive-Based Regulation for Transmission and Distribution in the Gas and Electricity Market
The Office of Gas and Electricity Market (Ofgem) has implemented RIIO (setting Revenue using Incentives to deliver Innovations and Outputs) for the incentive-based regulation (IBR) covering the gas and electricity transmission and distribution network in Great Britain (England, Wales, and Scotland). The RIIO model puts the customer in the middle of...
07 Sep 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Transformative Changes to Existing Utility Business Models to Generate Low-Carbon Power
As global economies grow manifold, people's standards of living will rise, challenging traditional utilities' business models. Global Mega Trends are disruptive forces that have far-reaching impact on several industries including power utilities. As a result, it is essential for utility companies to adopt a well-balanced strategy, strengthen existi...
28 Aug 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Rise of the Prosumer and Advent of Smarter Storage Systems Will Spur the Growth of Decentralized Renewable Power
Over the last decade, the development of renewable energy installations across many countries has surged. Given the stochastic nature of renewable energy sources, some countries are tackling the challenges of integrating larger shares of renewables into their power grid systems. This global market insight looks into some of the best practices adopt...
04 May 2015  |  Asia Pacific
The Need for Commercialization and Business Scalability to Shape the Industry Structure
Wireless charging manufacturers are expected to reach economies of scale to offer the technology at a competitive price by 2016 or 2017. The perceived value also may improve with time. The smartphone market is the earliest adopter of wireless power charging technology, and is the largest revenue contributor to the global market. Other potential ap...
23 Dec 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Information Technology and Clean Energy Sector Development Drives Demand
This research service examines the surge protection devices (SPD) market in Australia. The market is driven by investments of end-user verticals including utilities, mining, commercial and residential buildings, and data centres. The market is expected to show moderate growth during the forecast period of 2015 to 2021reduced capital expenditure in...