The IRP2010: A Frost & Sullivan Impact Analysis

 

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In November 2010, The South African Department of Energy released their Integrated Resource Plan (IRP2010) for electricity. The plan outlines the country's approach to developing the electricity infrastructure required to support the country over the period to 2030. This service analyses the key topics of the price path, the structure of the IRP2010 and the economic impact of the price path. The service also offers some recommendations for government and the utility in order to find a "justifiable" price path for the country. "Justifiable" in this context is defined as meeting all stakeholder requirements and allowing South Africa to maintain its comparative advantage of cheap electricity pricing.

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The IRP2010: A Frost & Sullivan Impact Analysis, Executive SummarySummary of Key FindingsSummaryThe IRP2010: A Frost & Sullivan Impact Analysis, Project Aims and ObjectivesIntroduction to ResearchAims and ObjectivesThe IRP2010: A Frost & Sullivan Impact Analysis, Project MethodologyOverview of the RS MethodologyMethodologyThe IRP2010: A Frost & Sullivan Impact Analysis, Price Path AnalysisElectricity Pricing Curve AnalysisPolitical and Economic BoundariesAssumptions and VariablesMethodology, Market Structures and SensitivitiesThe IRP2010: A Frost & Sullivan Impact Analysis, Economic Impact and Growth Targets AnalysisImpact AnalysisGrowth TargetsImpact AssessmentEmployment Energy GrowthThe Medium Term Risk Mitigation ProgrammeThe IRP2010: A Frost & Sullivan Impact Analysis, RecommendationsResearch RecommendationsFinal RecommendationsThe IRP2010: A Frost & Sullivan Impact Analysis, AppendicesAppendixReferencesThe IRP2010: A Frost & Sullivan Impact Analysis, About Frost & SullivanWho is Frost & SullivanAbout Frost & Sullivan




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