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Worldwide electricity generation has been increasing steadily over the past decade and is expected to grow to 28,085 TWh by 2017 with a CAGR of 4% over the next five years. Renewable electricity generation is expected to grow to 7,425 TWh by 2017 at a CAGR of 8.1% through 2017.
 
In its new market study, “Quarterly Trend and Forecast of Global Electricity Market Q1-08 to Q4-12," Lucintel analyzes the global electricity market and outlines areas of opportunity for the remainder of 2012 as well as the next five years. Lucintel's research indicates that the varied and dynamic energy policies are posing stiff challenges to cope with industry changes and maintain profitability. Burgeoning GDP, improving standards of living, and the proliferating services and manufacturing sectors, however, have led to an increase in electricity demand. 
 
As indicated in the study, approximately 51 GW of new installations came online every quarter globally from the first quarter of 2008 through the fourth quarter of 2010. Conventional energy sources, mainly coal, dominated in the worldwide installations, and coal is expected to continue that dominance. Approximately 50 GW of new installations are expected to come online every quarter. Through 2012, approximately 58% of the quarterly installations are expected to come from conventional sources. The share of renewable energy sources among quarterly installations is expected to approach 39%.
 
Lucintel’s research indicates that more than half of the installations are expected to come from the Asia Pacific (APAC) region during the period Q1-11 to Q4-12. APAC is expected to add approximately 28 GW every quarter, followed by Europe (8.5 GW), North America (7.1 GW), and ROW with (5.7 GW).
 
Lucintel's report provides detailed trend and forecast data for different energy sources; specifically, demand and supply analysis with future forecasts for 2017. The report analyzes the drivers that lead the demand in different energy segments and the supply challenges these segments are likely to face. The study considers various governments’ policies; regional benchmarking of electricity markets; energy market trends, forecasts, and growth opportunities by region; and much more.
 
This unique report from Lucintel is expected to provide valuable information, insights, and tools needed to identify new growth opportunities and operate your business successfully in this market. This report is estimated to save hundreds of hours of your own personal research time and is anticipated to significantly help in expanding your business in this market. In today’s unstable economy, you need every advantage that you can find to keep you ahead in your business.
 
To make business, investment, or strategic decisions, you need timely and adequate information. This market report fulfills this core need and is an indispensable reference guide for multi-national material suppliers, product manufacturers, investors, executives, distributors and many more, who are dealing with this market.
 
Some of the features of “Quarterly Trend and Forecast of Global Electricity Market Q1-08 to Q4-12," include these:
 
  • Global electrical energy market size in terms of volume generation
  • Global electrical energy market  trend and forecast in terms of  volume generation
  • Regional electricity demand and supply analysis
  • Major growth drivers and challenges for global electrical energy market
  • Trend (2006-2011) and forecast (2012-2017) of global electrical energy capacity by source and, by region
  • Global Electricity Market’s Quarterly Trend (Q1-08 to Q4-10) and forecast (Q1-12 to Q4-12) analysis by installation and by region         
  • Growth opportunities in emerging applications of global electrical energy market
  • More than150figures/charts and 30 tables are provided in this roughly 240-page report.
  
 1. Executive Summary  

 2. Electricity Industry Background and Classifications  
 2.1. Electricity Industry Background  
 2.2. Electricity Industry Classification  
 2.2.1. Non-renewable Electricity Generation Sources  
 2.2.2. Renewable Electricity Generation Sources  

 3. Global Electricity Market Analysis 2011  
 3.1. Global Electricity Market Overview  
 3.2. Global Electricity Market by Source in 2011  
 3.2.1. Coal Electricity Market Analysis 2011  
 3.2.2. Natural Gas Electricity Market Analysis 2011  
 3.2.3. Oil Electricity Market Analysis 2011  
 3.2.4. Nuclear Electricity Market Analysis 2011  
 3.2.5. Hydro Electricity Market Analysis 2011  
 3.2.6. Wind Electricity Market Analysis 2011  
 3.2.7. Solar Electricity Market Analysis 2011  
 3.3. Global Electricity Market by Region in 2011  
 3.3.1. North America's Electricity Market Analysis 2011  
 3.3.2. Europe's Electricity Market Analysis 2011  
 3.3.3. Asia Pacific's Electricity Market Analysis 2011  
 3.3.4. Rest of the World Electricity Market Analysis 2011  

 4. Global Energy Economics  
 4.1. Global Energy Consumption Growth versus Global Electricity Consumption Growth 1991-2011  
 4.2. GDP-Electricity Mapping of Top Five Economies  
 4.3. World GDP-Global Electricity Generation Correlation  
 4.4. Electricity Installations Per Capita versus Electricity Consumption Per Capita 1981-2011  

 5. Regional Benchmarking of Electricity Markets  
 5.1. Regional Electricity Generation Capacities in 2011  
 5.2. Regional Energy Consumption Growth versus Electricity Consumption Growth 1991-2011  
 5.3. Regional Electricity Demand and Supply Analysis  
 5.4. Regional GDP-Electricity Generation Positioning 2006, 2011, and 2017  
 5.5. Regional GDP versus Energy Efficiency 2011  
 5.6. Gauging the Electricity and Social Development Relationship  

 6. Global Electricity Market Trend 2006-2011  
 6.1. Global Electricity Market Trend  
 6.1.1. Global Electricity Generation Trend 1991-2011  
 6.1.2. Regional Share of Global Electricity Generation 1991-2011  
 6.1.3. Global Electricity Generation Capacity Trend 1991-2011  
 6.1.4. Global Electricity Generation Capacity Trend by Source 2006-2011  
 6.1.5. Annual Changes in Global Electricity Generation Capacity by Source 2006-2011  
 6.2. Global Electricity Market Trend by Source  
 6.2.1. Global Coal Electricity Generation Capacity Trend 2006-2011  
 6.2.2. Global Natural Gas Electricity Generation Capacity Trend 2006-2011  
 6.2.3. Global Oil Electricity Generation Capacity Trend 2006-2011  
 6.2.4. Global Nuclear Electricity Capacity Trend 2006-2011  
 6.2.5. Global Hydro Electricity Generation Capacity Trend 2006-2011  
 6.2.6. Global Wind Electricity Generation Capacity Trend 2006-2011  
 6.2.7. Global Solar Electricity Generation Capacity Trend 2006-2011  
 6.3. Global Electricity Market Trend by Region  
 6.3.1. North America's Electricity Market Trend  
 6.3.2. Europe's Electricity Market Trend  
 6.3.3. APAC's Electricity Market Trend  
 6.3.4. Rest of the World's Electricity Market Trend 2006-2011  

 7. Global Electricity Market Forecast and Growth Opportunities  
 7.1. Global Electricity Market Forecast  
 7.1.1. Global Electricity Generation Forecast 2012-2017  
 7.1.2. Global Electricity Generation Capacity Forecast 2012-2017  
 7.1.3. Global Electricity Generation Capacity Forecast by Source 2012-2017  
 7.1.4. Annual Changes in Global Electricity Generation Capacity by Source 2012-2017  
 7.2. Global Electricity Market Forecast by Source 2012-2017  
 7.2.1. Coal Electricity Generation Capacity Forecast: 2012-2017  
 7.2.2. Natural Gas Electricity Generation Capacity Forecast 2012-2017  
 7.2.3. Oil Electricity Generation Capacity Forecast 2012-2017  
 7.2.4. Nuclear Electricity Generation Capacity Forecast 2012-2017  
 7.2.5. Hydro Electricity Generation Capacity Forecast 2012-2017  
 7.2.6. Wind Electricity Generation Capacity Forecast 2012-2017  
 7.2.7. Solar Electricity Generation Capacity Forecast 2012-2017  
 7.3. Global Electricity Market Forecast by Region  
 7.3.1. North America's Electricity Market Forecast 2012-2017  
 7.3.2. Europe's Electricity Market Forecast 2012-2017  
 7.3.3. Asia Pacific's Electricity Market Forecast 2012-2017  
 7.3.4. ROW's Electricity Market Forecast 2012-2017  
 7.4. Global Electricity Market Growth Matrix  

 8. Global Electricity Market's Quarterly Trend  
 8.1. Quarterly Trend of Global Electricity Market  
 8.1.1. Global Quarterly Installations Trend by Source  
 8.1.2. Global Quarterly Installations by Conventional, Nuclear, and Renewable Sources  
 8.1.3. Share of Renewable & Non-renewable Sources in Global Quarterly Installations  
 8.1.4. Global Quarterly Electricity Generation Trend  
 8.2. Global Quarterly Electricity Market Trend by Region  
 8.2.1. Quarterly Trend of North America's Electricity Market  
 8.2.2. Quarterly Trend of the Europe's Electricity Market  
 8.2.3. Quarterly Trend of Asia Pacific's Electricity Market  
 8.2.4. Rest of the World's Electricity Market's Quarterly Trend  

 9. Global Electricity Market's Quarterly Forecast  
 9.1. Quarterly Forecast of Global Electricity Market  
 9.1.1. Global Quarterly Installations Forecast by Source  
 9.1.2. Global Quarterly Installations Forecast by Conventional, Nuclear, and Renewable Sources  
 9.1.3. Share of Renewable and Non-renewable Sources in Global Quarterly Installations  
 9.1.4. Global Quarterly Electricity Generation Forecast  
 9.2. Global Electricity Market's Quarterly Forecast by Region  
 9.2.1. Quarterly Forecast of North America's Electricity Market  
 9.2.2. Quarterly Forecast of the European Electricity Market  
 9.2.3. Quarterly Forecast of Asia Pacific's Electricity Market  
 9.2.4. Quarterly Forecast of Rest of the World's Electricity Market  

 10. Emerging Trends  
 10.1. Change in Government Policies  
 10.2. Increasing Investments in Renewable Energy Development  
 10.3. New Technology Introduction  
 10.4. Research and Development  
 10.5. Transmission Development Gaining Traction  
 10.6. Change in Raw Material Prices  

List of Figures  
List of Tables  
Abbreviation and Technical Units  
Disclaimer  
Copyright  
About Us 

List of Figures
Chapter 1: Executive Summary
Figure 1.1: Porter’s Five Forces analysis: non-renewable electricity
Figure 1.2: Porter’s Five Forces analysis: renewable electricity
 
Chapter 3. Global Electricity Market Analysis 2011
Figure 3.1: Global electricity generation by source 2011
Figure 3.2: Global coal electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.3: Annual installations of global coal electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.4: Global natural gas electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.5: Annual installations of global natural gas electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.6: Global oil electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.7: Global nuclear electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.8: Annual installations of global nuclear electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.9: Global hydro electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.10: Annual installations of global hydro electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.11: Global wind electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.12: Annual installations of global wind electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.13: Global solar electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.14: Annual installations of global solar electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.15: Regional share of conventional, renewable, and nuclear energy in electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.16: North America’s electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.17: Europe’s electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.18: APAC’s electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 3.19: ROW’s electricity generation capacity 2011
 
Chapter 4. Global Energynomics
Figure 4.1: Global energy consumption growth versus global electricity consumption growth
Figure 4.2: GDP – electricity mapping of top five economies in 2011
Figure 4.3: World GDP versus global electricity generation capacity 1991–2011
Figure 4.4: Electricity installations per capita versus electricity consumption per capita
 
Chapter 5. Regional Benchmarking of Electricity Markets
Figure 5.1: Regional electricity generation capacity 2011
Figure 5.2: Regional energy consumption growth versus electricity consumption growth
Figure 5.3: Regional electricity installations per capita versus electricity consumption per capita
Figure 5.4: Regional GDP – electricity generation positioning 2006, 2011 and 2017
Figure 5.5: Regional GDP versus energy efficiency 2011
 
Chapter 6. Global Electricity Market Trend
Figure 6.1: Global electricity generation trend 1991–2011
Figure 6.2: Regional share of global electricity generation 1991–2011
Figure 6.3: Global electricity generation capacity trend 1991–2011
Figure 6.4: Share of conventional, nuclear, and renewable in global electricity generation capacity 1991–2011
Figure 6.5: Global electricity generation capacity trend by source 2006–2011
Figure 6.6: CAGR of different sources in global electricity generation capacity 2006–2011
Figure 6.7: Percentage share of different sources in global electricity generation   capacity 2006–2011
Figure 6.8: Annual changes in global electricity generation capacity by source 2006-2011
Figure 6.9: Global coal electricity generation capacity trend 2006–2011
Figure 6.10: Global natural gas electricity generation capacity trend 2006–2011
Figure 6.11: Global oil electricity generation capacity trend 2006–2011
Figure 6.12: Global nuclear electricity generation capacity trend 2006–2011
Figure 6.13: Global hydro electricity generation capacity trend 2006–2011
Figure 6.14: Global wind electricity generation capacity trend 2006–2011
Figure 6.15: Global solar electricity generation capacity trend 2006–2011
Figure 6.16: North America’s electricity generation trend 1991–2011
Figure 6.17: North America’s electricity generation capacity trend 2006–2011
Figure 6.18: Share of conventional, nuclear, and renewable in North America’s electricity generation capacity 2006–2011
Figure 6.19: North America’s electricity generation capacity trend by source 2006–2011
Figure 6.20: CAGR of different sources in North America’s electricity generation capacity 2006–2011
Figure 6.21: Percentage share of different sources in North America’s electricity generation capacity 2006–2011
Figure 6.22: Annual changes in North America’s electricity generation capacity by source 2006-2011
Figure 6.23: Europe’s electricity generation trend 1991–2011
Figure 6.24: Europe’s electricity generation capacity trend 2006–2011
Figure 6.25: Share of conventional, nuclear, and renewable in Europe’s electricity generation capacity 2006-2011
Figure 6.26: Europe’s electricity generation capacity trend by source 2006–2011
Figure 6.27: CAGR of different sources in Europe’s electricity generation capacity 2006–2011
Figure 6.28: Percentage share of different sources in Europe’s electricity generation capacity 2006–2011
Figure 6.29: Annual changes in Europe’s electricity generation capacity by source 2006-2011
Figure 6.30: APAC’s electricity generation trend 1991–2011
Figure 6.31: APAC’s electricity generation capacity trend 2006–2011
Figure 6.32: Share of conventional, nuclear, and renewable in APAC’s electricity generation capacity 2006–2011
Figure 6.33: APAC’s electricity generation capacity trend by source 2006–2011
Figure 6.34: CAGR of different sources in APAC’s electricity generation capacity 2006–2011
Figure 6.35: Percentage share of different sources in APAC’s electricity generation capacity 2006–2011
Figure 6.36: Annual Changes in APAC’s electricity generation capacity by source 2006-2011
Figure 6.37: ROW’s electricity generation trend 1991–2011
Figure 6.38: ROW’s electricity generation capacity trend 2006–2011
Figure 6.39: Share of conventional, nuclear, and renewable in ROW’s electricity generation capacity 2006–2011
Figure 6.40: ROW’s electricity generation capacity trend by source 2006–2011
Figure 6.41: CAGR of different sources in row’s electricity generation capacity 2006–2011
Figure 6.42: Percentage share of different sources in ROW’s electricity generation capacity 2006–2011
Figure 6.43: Annual changes in ROW’s electricity generation capacity by source 2006-2011
 
Chapter 7. Global Electricity Market Forecast and Growth Opportunities
Figure 7.1: Global electricity generation forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.2: Global electricity generation capacity forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.3: Share of conventional, nuclear, and renewable in global electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
Figure 7.4: Global electricity generation capacity forecast by source 2012–2017
Figure 7.5: CAGR of different sources in global electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
Figure 7.6: Percentage share of different sources in global electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
Figure 7.7: Annual changes in global electricity generation capacity by source 2012–2017
Figure 7.8: Global coal electricity generation capacity forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.9: Global natural gas electricity generation capacity forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.10: Global oil electricity generation capacity forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.11: Global nuclear electricity generation capacity forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.12: Global hydro electricity generation capacity forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.13: Global wind electricity generation capacity forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.14: Global solar electricity generation capacity forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.15: North America’s electricity generation forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.16: North America’s electricity generation capacity forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.17: Share of conventional, nuclear, and renewable in North America’s electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
Figure 7.18: North America’s electricity generation capacity forecast by source 2012–2017
Figure 7.19: CAGR of different sources in North America’s electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
Figure 7.20: Percentage share of different sources in North America’s electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
Figure 7.21: Annual changes in North America’s electricity generation capacity by source 2012–2017
Figure 7.22: Europe’s electricity generation forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.23: Europe’s electricity generation capacity forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.24: Share of conventional, nuclear, and renewable in Europe’s electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
Figure 7.25: Europe’s electricity generation forecast by source 2012–2017
Figure 7.26: CAGR of different sources in Europe’s electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
Figure 7.27: Percentage share of different sources in Europe’s electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
Figure 7.28: Annual changes in Europe’s electricity generation capacity by source 2012–2017
Figure 7.29: APAC’s electricity generation forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.30: APAC’s electricity generation capacity forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.31: Share of conventional, nuclear, and renewable in APAC’s electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
Figure 7.32: APAC’s electricity generation capacity forecast by source 2012–2017
Figure 7.33: CAGR of different sources in APAC’s electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
Figure 7.34: Percentage share of different sources in APAC’s electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
Figure 7.35: Annual changes in APAC’s electricity generation capacity by source 2012–2017
Figure 7.36: ROW’s electricity generation forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.37: ROW’s electricity generation capacity forecast 2012–2017
Figure 7.38: Share of conventional, nuclear, and renewable in ROW’s electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
Figure 7.39: ROW’s Electricity Generation Capacity Forecast by Source 2012–2017
Figure 7.40: CAGR of different sources in ROW’s electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
Figure 7.41: Percentage share of different sources in ROW’s electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
Figure 7.42: Annual changes in ROW’s electricity generation capacity by source 2012–2017
Figure 7.43: Growth matrix of electricity generation sources 2012–2017
Figure 7.44: Regional growth matrix in electricity generation capacity 2012–2017
 
Chapter 8. Global Electricity Market’s Quarterly Trend Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.1: Global quarterly installations trend by source Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.2: Global quarterly installations by conventional, nuclear, and renewable sources Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.3: Share of renewable and non-renewable sources in global quarterly installations Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.4: Global quarterly electricity generation trend Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.5: North America’s quarterly installations trend by source Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.6: North America’s quarterly installations trend by conventional, nuclear, and renewable sources Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.7: Share of renewable and non-renewable sources in north america’s quarterly installations Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.8: North America’s quarterly electricity generation trend Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.9: Europe’s quarterly installations trend by source Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.10: Europe’s quarterly installations trend by conventional, nuclear, and renewable sources Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.11: Share of renewable and non-renewable sources in Europe’s quarterly installations Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.12: Europe’s quarterly electricity generation trend Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.13: APAC’s quarterly installations trend by source Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.14: APAC’s quarterly installations trend by conventional, nuclear, and renewable sources Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.15: Share of renewable and non-renewable sources in APAC’s quarterly installations q1-08 to q4-10
Figure 8.16: APAC’s quarterly electricity generation trend Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.17: ROW’s quarterly installations trend by source Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.18: ROW’s quarterly installations trend by conventional, nuclear, and renewable sources Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.19: Share of renewable and non-renewable sources in row’s quarterly installations Q1-08 to Q4-10
Figure 8.20: ROW’s quarterly electricity generation trend Q1-08 to Q4-10
 
Chapter 9. Global Electricity Market’s Quarterly Forecast Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.1: Global quarterly installations forecast by source Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.2: Global quarterly installations by conventional, nuclear, and renewable sources q1-11 to q4-12
Figure 9.3: Share of renewable and non-renewable sources in global quarterly installations Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.4: Global quarterly electricity generation forecast Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.5: North America’s quarterly installations forecast by source Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.6: North America’s quarterly installations forecast by conventional, nuclear, and renewable sources Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.7: Share of renewable and non-renewable sources in north america’s quarterly installations Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.8: North America’s quarterly electricity generation forecast Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.9: Europe’s quarterly installations forecast by source Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.10: Europe’s quarterly installations forecast by conventional, nuclear, and renewable sources Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.11: Share of renewable and non-renewable sources in Europe’s quarterly installations Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.12: Europe’s quarterly electricity generation forecast Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.13: APAC’s quarterly installations forecast by source Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.14: APAC’s quarterly installations forecast by conventional, nuclear, and renewable sources Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.15: Share of Renewable and Non-Renewable Sources in APAC’s Quarterly Installations Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.16: APAC’s quarterly electricity generation forecast Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.17: ROW’s quarterly installations forecast by source Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.18: ROW’s quarterly installations forecast by conventional, nuclear, and renewable sources Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.19: Share of renewable and non-renewable sources in row’s quarterly installations Q1-11 to Q4-12
Figure 9.20: ROW’s quarterly electricity generation forecast Q1-11 to Q4-12
 
 
 
 
List of Tables
Chapter 1. Executive Summary
Table 1.1: Market parameters for non-renewable electricity sources 2011
Table 1.2: Market parameters for renewable electricity sources 2011
Table 1.3: Nations with highest share of electricity from coal
 
Chapter 3. Global Electricity Market Analysis 2011
Table 3.1: Electricity generation of top five economies 2011
 
Chapter 4: Global Energynomics
Table 4.1: Regional energy consumption and electricity consumption 2011
Table 4.2: Top Five Nations’ energy and electricity consumption in 2011
 
Chapter 5. Regional Benchmarking of Electricity Markets
Table 5.1: Share of renewable, non-renewable sources in regional electricity generation
Table 5.2: Ranking of regions on the basis of electricity generation capacities of different sources
Table 5.3: Regional electricity installations per capita versus electricity consumption per capita 2011
Table 5.4: Comparison of regional economic and energy indicators 2011
 
Chapter 6. Global Electricity Market Trend
Table 6.1: CAGR of global electricity generation from 1991 to 2011
Table 6.2: Top Five electricity generating countries in 2011
Table 6.3: Global coal electricity drivers
Table 6.4: Global coal electricity challenges
Table 6.5: Global natural gas electricity drivers
Table 6.6: Global natural gas electricity challenges
Table 6.7: Global oil electricity drivers
Table 6.8: Global oil electricity challenges
Table 6.9: Global nuclear electricity drivers
Table 6.10: Global nuclear electricity challenges
Table 6.11: Global hydroelectricity drivers
Table 6.12: Global hydroelectricity challenges
Table 6.13: Global wind electricity drivers
Table 6.14: Global wind electricity challenges
Table 6.15: Global solar electricity drivers
Table 6.16: Global solar electricity challenges
Table 6.17: CAGR of North America’s electricity generation 1991–2011
Table 6.18: CAGR of Europe’s electricity generation 1991–2011
Table 6.19: CAGR of APAC’s electricity generation 1991–2011
Table 6.20: CAGR of ROW’s electricity generation 1991–2011
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