Southeast Asia Distributed Power Generation (DPG) Market

Massive Demand-Supply Mismatch and Shift Toward Low Carbon Emission Technologies to Drive Growth in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Myanmar

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Utilities in Southeast Asia continue to strengthen their power supply through large-scale power plants. However, the sheer magnitude of the demand-supply mismatch calls for an immediate solution. Utilities are, therefore, driven to look beyond the scope of their traditional business models, and are increasingly willing to shift toward adopting distributed power solutions through decentralized systems. The distributed power generation market is not highly organized and different types of power plants have been developed based on the availability of fuel, operational flexibility, and the type of application.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings - Trends in the Distributed Power Generation Market in Southeast Asia
CEO’s Perspective
Overview—Key Objective and Scope
Market Definition—Power Plant Types in DPG Market
Distributed power generation (DPG)
Solar Photovoltaic (PV)
Biomass and Waste to Power
Diesel Engines/Generator Set
Gas Engines/Generator Set
Market Definition—Business Models
Microgrid Structure and Flow of Controls, Southeast Asia, 2015
Key Applications of Distributed Power Technologies
Base-load Power
Peak Power
Emergency Power
Distributed Power Generation—A Look Back
Distributed Power Age
Centralized Power Period
Revival of Distributed Power
Distributed Power Generation Market—Power Plant Type Analysis
Impact based on Power Plant Type, Southeast Asia, 2015
Internal Combustion Engines
Biomass and Waste to Power
Solar PV
2. Drivers and Restraints
Key Market Drivers, Southeast Asia, 2016–2020
Huge Power Supply Demand Gap
Long Gestation Period in a Centralized Power Plant
T&D Infrastructure Challenges
Huge Demand for Low Carbon Emission Technologies
Key Market Restraints, Southeast Asia, 2016–2020
Energy Storage through Batteries is a Cause for Concern
Lack of Regulations for DPG
No Guaranteed Return for Project Developers
Fuel Supply Contract Challenges
3. Trends in Distributed Power Generation Market
Market Trends
Distributed Power Generation—Market Trends
Capacity Forecast, Southeast Asia, 2014–2020
Distributed Generation—Power Plant Type Analysis
Renewable Energy Technical Factor Analysis, Southeast Asia, 2015
Power Plant Types Split, Southeast Asia, 2015
Country Insights
Myanmar
Indonesia
Philippines
Thailand
Malaysia
Singapore
Vietnam
RE Policies and Regulations—Southeast Asia , 2015
4. Mega Trends Impacting DPG Market
Top 3 Implications from Key Mega Trends, Southeast Asia, 2015
New Business Models
Innovating to Zero
Smart Is the New Green
5. Value Chain Analysis
Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) Value Chain Participants
Value Chain Analysis (ICE)
Renewable Energy Projects: Value Chain Analysis
Renewable Energy Value Chain Participants
Solar PV
Solar Power Business Models
Biomass and Waste-to-Power Projects
Biomass and Waste-to-Power Projects
Biomass Power Business Models
Solar-Microgrid Technology
6. Competitive Landscape
Profiles of Key Distributed Power Generation Companies
Solution Providers using Engines/Gensets, Southeast Asia, 2015
Wartsila
Aggreko
APR Energy
MAXpower
PT Sumberdaya Sewatama
Vpower Group
Notable Developments in DPG Market in Southeast Asia
7. The Last Word
3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
8. The Frost & Sullivan Story
The Journey to Visionary Innovation
Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career
Global Perspective
Industry Convergence
360º Research Perspective
Implementation Excellence
Our Blue Ocean Strategy


List of Figures & Charts

1. Distributed Power Generation Market: Impact based on Power Plant Type, Southeast Asia, 2015
2. Distributed Power Generation Market: Renewable Energy Technical Factor Analysis, Southeast Asia, 2015


1. Distributed Power Generation Market: Capacity Forecast, Southeast Asia, 2014–2020
2. Distributed Power Generation Market: Power Plant Types Split, Southeast Asia, 2015



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