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SummaryElectricity is the most important energy source in the modern age but also the most ephemeral, a source that must be consumed as fast as it is produced. This makes modeling the economics of electricity production more complex than carrying out the...
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SummaryThe power sector still remains an attractive area for investment but investors are now more cautious than previously. Global warming continues to be a dominant theme but alongside that there is a new pragmatism about fossil fuel combustion which...
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SummaryThe power sector still remains an attractive area for investment but investors are now more cautious than previously. Global warming continues to be a dominant theme but alongside that there is a new pragmatism about fossil fuel combustion which...
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SummaryGet the Electricity Costs and Economics Report and its Databook for one Price! Electricity is the most important energy source in the modern age but also the most ephemeral, a source that must be consumed as fast as it is produced. This makes...
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SummaryAngola was devastated by a 25 year civil war which finally ended in 2002, but left much of the national infrastructure including the electricity system in ruins. Of the country’s three independent grids the central was the most heavily damaged...
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SummaryBotswana has established itself as one of the most stable democracies in Southern Africa. The country has major coal reserves and one of the highest solar intensities in the continent. However its electricity sector has been hampered by both low...
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SummaryThis report serves as an overview of the electricity market in California. It contains power supply data covering production, imports and exports and the main production sources and includes power demand data by market sector and tariff data. The...
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SummaryLesotho is a small land-locked state within the borders of South Africa. It is one of Africa’s poorest nations and suffers from overcrowding, forcing many of the working age population to emigrate to its larger neighbour. The electricity network...
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SummaryMadagascar has one of the lowest levels of access to electric power in the world. The country has significant resources of hydropower, wind power and some geothermal potential, and although there is sufficient hydropower capacity to supply just...
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SummaryMalawi is a landlocked state along the East African Rift Valley. The country depends on agriculture for most of its income and exports. It has one of the lowest electrification rates in Africa, with less than 10% of the population having access...
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SummaryMauritius is a stable island democracy with an economy that has shown strong growth over the past five years, in spite of the global crisis. Its electricity sector is dominated by the Central Electricity Board, a government owned company that...
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SummaryMozambique is a coastal southern African state, with high levels of poverty, and rich energy resources. The country has suffered a painful emergence from colonial rule, and levels of corruption, and the openness of government - are still...
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SummaryNamibia has a stable and growing economy, which is spurring electricity demand growth. However the country has limited installed generating capacity, and has to import over half of its electricity from neighbouring countries including South...
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SummaryRussia is the largest country in the world, but with only the tenth largest population. It is also one of the most richly endowed with fossil fuel resources including oil, natural gas, and coal. The country produces large volumes of both natural...
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SummarySouth Africa, the southern-most country of the African continent, is the most developed nation in sub-Saharan Africa. The country holds one of the world’s largest reserves of coal, and recent surveys suggest that there may be abundant...