Sub-Saharan African Power Plant Construction Market

The Power Industry Expands in Africa

  • Research Code : M63E-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : EG00076-AF-MR_00571
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  • Release Date : 18-Apr-2013
  • Region : Africa
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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 intelligence on key contract types preferred in this space as well as the type of partnerships between OEMs and EPC companies. Since African energy policies are changing as a result of changing political environments, this research service provides a strategic overview of the challenges present in the market and provide case studies of recent projects and the challenges faced.

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