Strategic Overview of the Tunisian Electricity Industry

Political Turmoil and Economic Downturn Create Uncertainties in the Power Sector

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This research services provides a strategic overview of the Tunisian electricity industry, which remains under control of the state-owned Société Tunisienne de l’Electricité et du Gaz (STEG). In 1996, liberalisation occurred and power generation was opened to independent power producers (IPPs) and to large, energy-intensive companies for self-consumption. Historically, electricity demand grew steadily. However, a slow-down occurred in 2011, but growth is expected to be restored to steady levels from 2012 onwards. The study comprises historical data from 2005, has a base year of 2011, and forecasts run until 2020.

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Strategic Overview of the Tunisian Electricity Industry, Current Structure and Future OutlookIntroductionTitle, Research Team, and ContentsExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary and ImplicationsTunisian Electricity Industry OverviewOverviewExternal Challenges: Drivers and Restraints—Electricity IndustryDrivers and RestraintsPower InfrastructureOverviewForecasts and TrendsForecasts and Trends of the Total Electricity IndustryThe Last Word (Conclusions and Implications)Three Big Predictions and Legal DisclaimerAppendixAdditional InformationThe Frost & Sullivan StoryOverview




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