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中亚的电力产业

Asia Power Q4 2019

出版商 Fitch Solutions, Inc. 商品编码 349644
出版日期 内容资讯 英文 38 Pages
商品交期: 最快1-2个工作天内
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中亚的电力产业 Asia Power Q4 2019
出版日期: 2019年10月08日内容资讯: 英文 38 Pages
简介

土库曼和乌兹别克,今后一般认为也将依赖天然气火力发电。另一方面,塔吉克和吉尔吉斯,苦于电力不足。中国经济速度减低,俄罗斯遭受不振的景气趋势和商品价格降低。

本报告提供中亚的电力产业调查分析、全体/各国产业预测、产业风险/利润评估、市场概要、竞争情形、地区概要等系统性资讯。

BMI的见解

SWOT

产业预测

  • 中亚概要
  • 吉尔吉斯
    • 电力结构
    • 水力发电、产能预测
    • 电力发电与发电容量
    • 电力消耗
    • 供电、配电
  • 塔吉克
  • 土库曼
  • 乌兹别克

产业风险/利润评估

  • 中欧、东欧的电力风险/利润指标
  • 产业风险/利润指标
  • 中亚:风险/利润指标

市场概要

  • 法规与竞争
  • 价格设定
  • 中亚:计画资料库

竞争情形

  • Uzbekenergo
  • Barki Tojik
  • Turkmenenergo
  • Electric Power Plants
  • The National Electricity Grid of Kyrgyzstan

地区概要

  • 中欧、东欧的电力产业:地区概要

词汇表

调查手法

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目录
Product Code: SSA03_20191001

Key View:

Asia will remain the fastest expanding regional power market in the world by far over the coming decade, aided by continued robust growth in China and India, as well as rapid growth from relatively low bases across Southeast and South Asian markets. We forecast nearly 4,800TWh of net power generation growth over the coming decade, of which the non-hydro renewables sector will make up the biggest share with its net 1,440TWh.

This strong renewables outlook can be attributed to China and India looking to the sector to drive power generation mix diversification efforts, however we do stress that existing thermal generation will continue to dominate the overall power mix, with coal in particular making up 50% of total generation by 2028, compared to non-hydro renewables' equivalent 14.5% share.

Table of Contents

Key View

Regional Overview

  • Asia Power Overview: Three Key Trends

Industry Risk/Reward Index

  • Asia Power RRI: Singapore Slips As India And Pakistan Improve

Industry Trend Analysis

  • Three Key Risks To The Asian Power Market
  • Decentralized Solar Systems To Gain Prominence In Myanmar Power Expansion
  • Growing Government Support To Drive Vietnam Power Market Opportunities

Power Glossary

Power Methodology

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