The Renewable Energy Services Market and its Potential in South Africa

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The South African renewable energy services market is in a nascent phase when compared to markets such as Spain, the United States, Germany, Australia, and other developed countries. This research service focuses on the job creation potential for the South African renewable energy services market. Because the market is still in the developmental stage, the market potential is assessed through key policy documents propelling the use of renewables. In addition, case studies and comparisons to other developed markets, such as Australia, the United States, and Germany, are used where applicable.

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Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary (continued)Executive Summary—CEO’s PerspectiveMarket OverviewMarket Overview—DefinitionsMarket Overview—Definitions (continued)Market Overview—Key Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket Overview—Segmentation Market Overview—Current South African Position and Target Figures Market Overview—Current Global Position Market Overview—Current Global Position (continued) Wind and Solar Employment Potential AnalysisWind and Solar Introduction Wind—Installed Base Africa and Middle EastWind—Installed Base Asia Wind—Installed Base EuropeWind—Installed Base Latin AmericaWind—North America Installed BaseWind—Installed Base Pacific RegionWind—Typical Job Allocation and DurationWind—Job Opportunities in EuropeWind—Job Opportunities in South AfricaWind—Job Opportunities in the Cookhouse Wind Farm South Africa Wind—Job Opportunities in the Cookhouse Wind Farm South Africa (continued) Wind—Job Opportunities in the Cookhouse Wind Farm South Africa (continued) Wind—Net Direct Employment Potential in South AfricaWind—OPEX Costs in Europe and South AfricaSouth Africa—Solar Potential CSP—Job Opportunities in the United StatesCSP—Job Opportunities in South AfricaCSP—Net Direct Employment Potential in South AfricaCSP—Job Opportunities in South Africa (continued) CSP—Job Opportunities in South Africa (continued) PV—Job Opportunities in South AfricaPV—Job Opportunities in South Africa (continued) PV—Net Direct Employment Potential in South AfricaRenewable Energy Employment Opportunities by Scenario Renewable Energy—Potential Jobs per Technology Type in South AfricaRenewable Energy—Employment Potential Under Greenpeace ScenariosRenewable Energy—Employment Potential Under Greenpeace Scenarios (continued) Renewable Energy—Employment Potential Under Greenpeace Scenarios (continued) Renewable Energy—Net Direct Employment Potential Under Greenpeace Scenarios Renewable Energy—Employment Potential Under the IDC ScenarioRenewable Energy—Employment Potential Under the IDC Scenario (continued) Renewable Energy—Employment Potential Under the IDC Scenario (continued)Renewable Energy—Employment Potential Under the IDC Scenario (continued)Renewable Energy—Jobs Required for Renewable EnergiesRenewable Energy—Jobs Required for the Solar SectorRenewable Energy—Jobs Required for the Solar Sector (continued) Renewable Energy—Job Duration within the Wind SectorRenewable Energy—Overview of Current Global Initiatives Renewable Energy—Overview of Current South African Initiatives External Challenges: Drivers and RestraintsDrivers and RestraintsDrivers—Impact and DurationDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued) Restraints—Impact and DurationRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued) ConclusionConclusionThe Last WordLegal DisclaimerAppendixAcronymsThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices




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