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21 Nov 2013  |  Africa
Redefining Africa's Power Generation Mix
The energy and power systems (EPS) business unit within Frost & Sullivan constantly monitors global gas turbine markets. This research service provides a concise analysis of the current state of the African gas turbine market and focuses solely on large gas turbines with a power rating of 60 MW and above. This market analysis provides a concise ove...
12 Nov 2013  |  Africa
Quick Wins where High Electricity Tariffs can Negatively Affect Profit Margins
The research service highlights energy efficiency in the South African commercial sector, with a focus on large commercial businesses. The research service discusses the major drivers as well as major restraints the commercial sector faces when implementing energy efficiency projects. The study also outlines potential energy savings as well as curr...
04 Oct 2013  |  Africa
Aging Facilities and New Builds will Drive Growth
The Energy and Power Systems (EPS) business unit within Frost & Sullivan constantly monitors global maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) markets within the energy and power industry. This research service provides a concise analysis of the current state of the power plant maintenance, repair, and overhaul markets in South Africa, Nigeria, and Za...
22 Jul 2013  |  Africa
Establishing a Sustainable Renewable Energy Market in South Africa
South Africa has a high level renewable energy (RE) potential available. As stipulated in the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) 20102030, 3,725 MW must be generated from RE sources in South Africa. The Renewable Energy Independent Power Purchase Procurement Programme (REIPPP) was introduced to contribute towards the target of 3,725 MW. After delays o...
03 Jul 2013  |  Africa
Increased Investment in Power Networks to Boost Economic Growth Potential
This study highlights targets and projects that are being planned and implemented by key power utilities in five Sub-Saharan African countries, namely, Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya and Zambia. The research service also discusses the key challenges faced by the industry in each country with respect to increasing capacity and electricity tariffs, ...
07 May 2013  |  Africa
Increasing Efficiencies and Declining Investment Costs
The research service, titled 'Utility-scale Wind turbine Technology Options and Pricing in Africa,' gives the reader an overview of the various wind turbine technology options available from several of the largest international wind turbine suppliers, as well as the applicability of these wind turbines to various wind conditions, defined by the IEC...
18 Apr 2013  |  Africa
The Power Industry Expands in Africa
The African power construction markets are rapidly expanding as a result of renewed energy infrastructure spending in Africa. This research service maps a strategic analysis of key projects currently underway in Sub-Sahara Africa as well as recently completed projects (2006-present). It further highlights the planned projects. It also supplies inte...
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13 Feb 2013  |  Africa
Will the Market Continue to be Uncertain?
The high voltage transmission and distribution market in Southern Africa is fraught with uncertainty. In order for the region to grow, a stable supply of electricity is required. Generation capacity can only be increased if there is stable transmission and distribution infrastructure in place. This research service offers a comprehensive analysis o...
11 Feb 2013  |  Africa
Mining and Anticipated Oil and Gas Discoveries could Catalyse Industry and Economic Development
The energy sector in Namibia is dominated by liquid fuel usage, imported electricity and local wood fuel supplies. Namibia's economic growth potential lies in the development of its mines and the discovery of oil and gas. This research service gives a comprehensive analysis of the current energy situation in Namibia as well as the country's future ...
31 Jan 2013  |  Africa
The Coal and Gas Rush in Mozambique Will Increase the Electricity Demand in the Country
The Mozambican electricity demand is set to grow rapidly. This is due to large natural gas finds and the exportation of coal in 2012. Mozambique's GDP is expected to grow at close to 8.0 percent till 2017. Transmission and distribution infrastructure is the greatest restraint in the electricity industry and a new 'Transmission Backbone' is needed t...