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歐洲的電力產業 (季度更新)

Europe Power Report Q1 2017

出版商 BMI Research 商品編碼 358867
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 61 Pages
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歐洲的電力產業 (季度更新) Europe Power Report Q1 2017
出版日期: 2017年01月18日 內容資訊: 英文 61 Pages
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本報告提供歐洲的電力產業調查分析,以今後10年預測為焦點,提供產業分析,各地區的預測分析,產業風險/利潤指數 (RRI) 、產業趨勢等系統性資訊。

BMI的產業分析

  • 歐洲的電力產業:BMI分析

各地區的預測分析

  • 中歐、東歐 (CEE) 的電力產業的地區概要
  • 北美、西歐 (NAWE) 的電力產業的主要題目

產業風險/利潤指數 (RRI)

  • CEE的電力RRI
  • NAWE的電力RRI

產業趨勢

  • 歐洲

詞彙表

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目錄
Product Code: 2398-0842

BMI View: Elevated political risks, fiercer competition in the renewables space due to the introduction of competitive auctions and structural changes to the way that electricity is generated and consumed are the key themes across our European power markets this quarter. We emphasise that the marked rise in political risk ahead of significant political events in many of our core markets is one of the most important considerations for investors this quarter, with the outcome of elections in key markets potentially having significant implications for energy policy.

  • Limited power consumption growth will shape the Central and East European power market over the coming decade. Rapid power demand growth in Turkey, as the exception, will make the country relatively attractive to investors, while countries with substantial natural resources will aim to boost electricity exports to growth markets outside the region. Limited demand growth will also limit the scope for expensive nuclear new builds.
  • The outlook for Western Europe is more opaque as governments struggle to balance concerns about affordability, sustainability and energy security - the so-called 'energy trilemma'. To this end, environmental policies dictate that Western European countries will attempt to reduce their reliance on coal over the next decade, but we expect the pace of the reduction in coal to be constrained by political factors and the fact that gas is not currently economical in many markets - despite a slight resurgence in gas-fired generation over 2016. As such, coal will still account for 13% of electricity generation by 2025 - unless there is more concerted action to phase it out or capacity mechanisms boost the outlook for gas considerably.

Table of Contents

BMI Industry View

  • Table: Headline Power Forecasts ( Europe (Region) 2015-2021)

Regional Forecast Analysis

  • CEE Power Regional Overview
  • NAWE Power Key Themes

Industry Risk/Reward Index

  • NAWE Power Risk/Reward Index
  • CEE Power Risk/Reward Index
    • Table: Georgia's Rewards Score To Be Supported By Institutional Funding

Industry Trends

  • Europe (Region) - Wholesale Electricity Prices To Give Thermal Fuels A Short-Term Lift
  • Increasingly Attractive Offshore Wind To Unlock New European Markets
  • Europe - Renewables Set For A Broad-Based Slowdown

Glossary

  • Table: Glossary Of Terms

Methodology

  • Methodology And Sources
    • Industry Forecast Methodology
    • Sources
    • Risk/Reward Index Methodology
      • Table: Power Risk/Reward Index Indicators
      • Table: Weighting Of Indicators
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