Global Power Generation Capacity Forecast (GW)
Actual installed capacity and capacity forecasts until 2040 for key countries and regions of the world including – the US, Canada, Mexico, OECD Europe, Japan, South Korea, Australia/ New Zealand, Russia, Non-OECD Europe and Eurasia other than Russia, China, India, Non-OECD Asia other than China and India, Middle East, Africa, Brazil, and Central and South America except Brazil.
This Databook includes power generation capacity forecast for 16 key regions and countries of the world until 2040.
This databook covers key countries and regions including United States, Canada, Mexico, OECD Europe, Japan, South Korea, Australia/New Zealand, Russia, Non-OECD Europe and Eurasia other than Russia, China, India, Non-OECD Asia except China and India, Middle East, Africa, Brazil, Central and South America except Brazil.
Data on generation capacity for each of the main generation technologies is given for each of the countries and regions mentioned above - from the years 2010 to 2040, in data format, graph format, and pivot/filter format.
This databook contains 25 tabs.
This databook records current data and forecast data on generation technology capacity including liquids-fired, natural gas-fired, coal-fired, nuclear power, wind power, geothermal power, solar power, biomass & waste power, other renewables including tidal/wave/ocean power.
Key Features/Benefits/Market Issues/Questions Answered
Key Features of Report
Key Benefits of Report
- Total power generation capacity forecast until 2040 for key countries/ regions of the world.
- Regions covered include: the US, Canada, Mexico, OECD Europe, Japan, South Korea, Australia/ New Zealand, Russia, Non-OECD Europe and Eurasia other than Russia, China, India, Non-OECD Asia other than China and India, Middle East, Africa, Brazil, and Central and South America except Brazil.
- Breakdown of power generation capacity forecast by fuel type.
- Fuels covered include: liquids (oil), natural gas, coal, nuclear, hydro, wind, geothermal, solar, biomass, and other renewables including tidal/wave/ocean power.
- Forecasts based on various reliable information sources such as, the US Energy Information Administration, Global Wind Energy Council, European Photovoltaic Industry Association, and the European Commission.
Key Market Issues
- Estimate the growth of global power generation capacity.
- Gain knowledge of the key growth regions and countries for power generation capacity.
- Gain understanding of which fuels will lead the growth in power generation capacity.
- Know which country leads in a particular fuel-based capacity growth.
This report is a Databook, covering:
Key Questions Answered
- Global power generation capacity forecasts
- Forecast by key countries/ regions
- Forecast by fuel-type across countries and regions
- Forecasts from leading information providers
- Which country/region will grow the fastest in terms of power generation capacity?
- Which fuel-type will register strong growth in the near-term and in the long run?
- Which region will most likely experience the maximum growth of a particular power generation technology?
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- To utilize in-depth assessment and analysis of the current and future technological and market state of power, carried out by an expert in-house analyst.
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- Have the 'what if' questions answered about power market growth.
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Who This Report is For
- Power utility strategists
- Energy analysts
- Research managers
- Power sector manufacturers
- Wind power developers
- Investors in renewables systems and infrastructure
- Renewable energy developers
- Energy/power planning managers
- Energy/power development managers
- Governmental organizations
- System operators
- Companies investing in renewable power infrastructure and generation
- Investment banks
- Infrastructure developers and investors
- Intergovernmental lenders
- Energy security analysts
Date / Format / Pages
July 2014 / Excel / 25 Sheets