NEW YORK, Jan. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- A comprehensive analysis of the generating infrastructure, capex and markets for 24 products across the sector; Infrastructure, Installed Capacity MW, Annual Demand for Capacity MW, Utilities, Captive Generation, Distributed Generation, Capex historical and forecasts, 24 Equipment Markets historical and forecasts, Competitive Analysis, Special Features. The electrical utilities overwhelmingly dominate the overall power sector, with 91% of generation, 93% of transmission and 87% of distribution. Captive industrial generators which are recorded account for 5% to 7% of the three segments of GTD, and hidden generators for a further unknown amount. 41% of final electricity consumption is by industry, 23% by commerce and 28% is residential and the balance by public services and railways. Generating capacity and demand MW for coal, oil, gas, nuclear, hydro, wind, solar thermal, solar PV, biomass, MSW & waste, geothermal, marine/ocean, T&D, transmission lines km, distribution lines km is provided from 1990 to 2020.Demand is the sum of new plant which is added to existing capacity and replacements for retirements of obsolete and aged assets. Although installed capacity has risen steadily each year, from 3.5 GW in 1900 to 6,228 GW in 2015 the generating sector will have seen three peaks of demand and two troughs by the end of this period.Global capital expenditure on generation, transmission and distribution is estimated at $XXX billion in 2015, rising to a nominal value of $XXX billion in 2016 and to $XXX billion in 2020.
In 2016 the total was composed of $XXX billion for generation, $XXX billion for transmission and $XXX billion for distribution. In 2015 generation accounted for XX% of capex with a total of $XXX billion, transmission for XX% at $XXX billion and distribution and distribution for XX% with $XXX billion. The analysis of the equipment markets is concerned with the 53% of capex devoted to purchases of plant and equipment at buyer's prices. The definition of buyer's price varies with the type of equipment because different equipment is sold through different marketing channels which incur different mark-ups at various stages. The equipment employed in the power sector is divided into two categories, mechanical and electrical. In the generating sector mechanical equipment has a much higher share of expenditure than electrical equipment, unlike the transmission and distribution sectors. In the generation sector market sizes and forecasts are provided for boilers, steam turbines & generators, gas turbines & generators, HRSG heat recovery steam generators, HFO/diesel reciprocating engines, wind turbines mechanical, off-shore wind turbines, hydro turbine, generator & regulators, solar PV modules, solar PV inverters, FGD flue gas desulphurisation, SCR selective catalytic reduction, particulate removal, CPP Coal preparation plant, fly ash handling plant, compressors adn piping, GSU transfomers and GCB breakers.In the T&D sector market sizes and forecasts are provided for insulated cable, ACSR, transformers, circuit breakers, HVDC capacitors, AC filters, circuit protectors, surge arresters, air core reactors, fuse gear, switches, disconnectors, protection relays, lightning arresters, isolators, insulators & bushings, spacers, dampers & fittings, steel transmission towers, sub-transmission poles wood, concrete, steel, composite, pole-top assemblies (exc insulators), meters smart grid technology and utility automation.
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