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11 Apr 2017  |  Europe
Minimising Electricity Losses Creates a Strong Business Case for Smart Metering in Turkey
This is a research service on the Turkish electricity meters market. The study provides forecasts of unit shipment and associated revenues. The study covers a forecast period from 2016 to 2020 and provides a comprehensive overview from 2014 to 2020 for important steps regarding electricity meter rollouts. Supportive regulations is the biggest drive...
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10 Nov 2017  |  Europe
Understanding the New Opportunities in the UK's Electricity Market
This Frost & Sullivan insight provides a neat overview of the UK’s balancing services, with an astute focus on battery energy storage technology. This insight comprises analysis of the markets that are relevant to it. To begin with, an optimal balance between supply and demand is critical for any electricity grid to function at peak performance. ...
14 Sep 2017  |  Europe
Electrification of Transport will Drive New Investment in Renewable Energy, Forecast to be €5.90 Billion during 2015–2030
Norway is already almost entirely powered by renewable energy, with hydro traditionally dominating. The investment of €5.90 billion in a combination of wind, hydro, and other renewable energy will boost the share of RES in the electricity generation mix to 99% by 2030. Increasing interconnections will lead to greater integration of Nordpool (The ...
28 Mar 2017  |  Europe
Interconnections to Europe Key to the Regions’ Development
This study forms part of Frost & Sullivan's European Electricity Industry Profiles series and includes Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. Included in these profiles are: • an assessment of key drivers and restraints in the market • the demand and total generation profile • key aspects of energy policy • forecasts on the development of fuel mix...
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26 Apr 2017  |  Europe
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...
03 Jan 2017  |  Europe
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...
15 Sep 2017  |  Europe
€10 Billion of Investment in Renewables will See Denmark 90% Fossil Free by 2030
The increase in electricity generation from renewables is expected to come primarily from the expansion of wind power and conversion of power plants to substitute wooden pellets as a primary fuel. In 2015, the share of fossil fuels in electricity generated was 33%; Frost & Sullivan forecasts this to be 8% by 2030. Wind power accounted for 41.5% of ...
11 Aug 2017  |  Europe
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...
16 Aug 2017  |  Europe
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...
16 Aug 2017  |  Europe
Significant Investment Opportunities as the UK Seeks to Transform and Decarbonise its Energy System
In 2015, electricity demand was primarily supplied through renewable energy, nuclear, and gas, accounting a combined total of 76% of the electricity generated. This indicates two things. First, renewable generation share in the market is increasing and is expected to form a major portion of the generation mix in the coming years. Second, nuclear an...