Strategic Analysis of the Renewable Energy Market in East Africa

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The five countries which comprise this study on the East African Renewables Market: Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda, all have low rates of electrification as well as low levels of power generation. Each of these five countries does, however, have an abundance of natural resources that are suitable for renewable energy power generation. There exists large amounts of geothermal potential across the Rift Valley, as well as strong solar irradiation and numerous small rivers. Each of these countries is forecast to experience robust economic growth over the next five years, which should drive demand for electricity and prove to be an attarctive investment proposition for both project developers and financiers alike.

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Strategic Analysis of the Renewable Energy Market in East Africa, Title SlideIntroductionTitle SlideResearch TeamContentsStrategic Analysis of the Renewable Energy Market in East Africa, Executive SummaryIntroductionTitle SlideExecutive SummaryStrategic Analysis of the Renewable Energy Market in East Africa, External Challenges - Drivers and RestraintsIntroductionTitle SlideDrivers and RestraintsDrivers ExplainedRestraints ExplainedStrategic Analysis of the Renewable Energy Market in East Africa, KenyaIntroductionTitle SlideOverviewIndustry StructurePolicy and Incentive ProgrammesRenewable Energy Feed-In TariffCurrent Generation MixCurrent RE Generation CapacityDemand AnalysisPlanned RE Generation ProjectsLicensed RE Generation CapacityStrategic Analysis of the Renewable Energy Market in East Africa, EthiopiaIntroductionTitle SlideOverviewIndustry StructurePolicy and Incentive ProgrammesRE Feedstock DistributionRenewable Energy Feed-In TariffCurrent Generation MixCurrent RE Generation CapacityDemand AnalysisPlanned RE Generation ProjectsStrategic Analysis of the Renewable Energy Market in East Africa, TanzaniaIntroductionTitle SlideOverviewIndustry StructurePolicy and Incentive ProgrammesEnd User Electricity TariffsCurrent Generation MixCurrent RE Generation CapacityPlanned RE Generation ProjectsStrategic Analysis of the Renewable Energy Market in East Africa, UgandaIntroductionTitle SlideOverviewIndustry StructurePolicy and Incentive ProgrammesEnd-User Electricity TariffsRenewable Energy Feed-In TariffsRE Feedstock DistributionCurrent Generation MixCurrent RE Generation CapacityPlanned RE Generation ProjectsStrategic Analysis of the Renewable Energy Market in East Africa, RwandaIntroductionTitle SlideOverviewIndustry StructurePolicy and Incentive ProgrammesEnd-User Electricity TariffsCurrent Generation MixCurrent RE Generation CapacityDemand AnalysisPlanned RE Generation ProjectsStrategic Analysis of the Renewable Energy Market in East Africa, The Last WordIntroductionTitle SlideThree Big Predictions Legal DisclaimerStrategic Analysis of the Renewable Energy Market in East Africa, AppendixIntroductionTitle SlideMarket Engineering Methodology




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