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The Hydropower Market 2011-2021

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The Hydropower Market 2011-2021

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The world is currently facing two potentially contradictory developments: that of increasing global energy supply to meet a growing demand for energy; and that of tackling global warming by lowering emissions of carbon dioxide. This situation creates an opportunity for hydropower, which is a low-carbon energy source, capable of supplying substantial quantities of power throughout the world.Visiongain calculates the global hydropower market, defined as spending on new hydropower projects plus spending on upgrades and expansions, to be worth $56.51bn in 2011.

Hydropower is a key component of the energy industry, currently contributing around one-sixth of all global electricity, but likely to play an even more important role in the future of global energy supply as the inevitable shift to renewable energy occurs. This report offers an examination of the hydropower market over the next decade, providing detailed market forecasts for each of the regional markets and offering in-depth analysis of the opportunities and challenges facing companies in the hydropower market throughout the world.

The report also describes the most important technological changes within the hydropower industry and assesses their importance for the growth of the market over the long-term. The various drivers and restraints of the market are evaluated in order to provide readers with specific insights into the future direction of the hydropower market.

How much are individual regions planning to spend on acquiring new hydropower infrastructure and upgrading and maintaining existing infrastructure between 2011 and 2021? Who are the leading companies in the hydropower industry? Where are the growth opportunities over the next decade – in which geographical regions and with which type of technology? These critical questions and many more are definitively answered in this comprehensive report.

Comprehensive analysis of the hydropower market

The Hydropower Market 2011-2021 report examines this sector critically with a comprehensive review of recent contracts, news reports, industry publications, market analysis and expert consultation. The report provides detailed forecasts for the global market; forecasts and analysis for the seven regional markets; a strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) analysis; discussions of the main technologies in the market; profiles of the leading companies involved in the industry; and assessments of market drivers and restraints. This report also includes transcripts of in-depth interviews with two industry experts. This package of analyses cannot be obtained anywhere else.

The report draws on a rich combination of primary and secondary research, interviews, official corporate and governmental announcements, media reports, policy documents, industry statements and an extensive consultation of expert opinion.

Why you should buy The Hydropower Market 2011-2021

The main benefits from purchasing this report:

·         You will gain a comprehensive understanding of the main factors influencing the global hydropower market and how it will develop over the next ten years.

·         The analysis and forecasting have been underpinned by extensive consultation with industry experts. In the report, you will you will read full transcripts of two original interviews from the following hydropower companies:

·         Vattenfall; a leading European energy company

·         Black & Veatch; a global engineering and construction company.

·         You will receive market forecasts for each from 2011-2021 for the seven regional hydropower markets, with a thorough analysis of drivers and restraints in each region.

·         Africa

·         Asia-Pacific

·         Eurasia

·         Europe

·         Middle East

·         North America

·         South America

·         You will find information on the hydropower industry and recent contracts awarded in more than 50 national hydropower markets throughout the world.

·         You will be provided with profiles of 50 of the leading companies within the hydropower market.

·         You will find 65 tables and graphs quantifying, analysing and forecasting the hydropower market in detail from 2011-2021.

·         You will be able to compare the various hydropower technologies and learn of the specific opportunities in each regional hydropower market.

You will receive an extensive SWOT analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for companies involved in the hydropower market over the next decade.

You can order this report today

Anybody with an interest in the hydropower market should gain valuable information and insight from this new study by visiongain, which analyses one of the most important components of the electricity generation sector. The hydropower market offers substantial business opportunities and is an increasingly important component of the energy sector in several key regional markets.

This visiongain energy report will be valuable both to those already involved in the hydropower market and those wishing to enter the market in the future. Gain an understanding of how to tap into the potential of this market by ordering The Hydropower Market 2011-2021.

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Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1 The Hydropower Market Overview

1.2 Drivers and Restraints in the Hydropower Market

1.2.1 Drivers in the Hydropower Market

1.2.2 Restraints in the Hydropower Market   

1.3 Highlights of the Report

1.4 Benefits of the Report

1.5 Methodology         

1.6 The Global Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021

1.7 Regional Hydropower Markets Forecast 2011-2021

2. Introduction to the Hydropower Market

2.1 Background to Hydropower

2.2 Different Types of Hydropower Generation

2.2.1 Impounding Dam Hydropower

2.2.2 Run-of-the-River Hydropower

2.2.3 Pumped-Storage Hydropower  

2.3 Hydropower in the Global Energy Mix

2.4 The Growth of Renewable Energy

2.5 Large Hydropower Generation

2.6 Small, Micro and Pico Hydropower Generation

3. The Global Hydropower Market

3.1 The Global Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021

3.2 Recent Developments in the Global Hydropower Market

3.3 Global Hydropower Market Drivers and Restraints 2011-2021

3.4 Global Hydropower Market Drivers

3.4.1 The Global Rise in Energy Demand

3.4.2 The Renewable Energy Drive and Global Warming

3.4.3 Tackling Poverty in the Third World

3.4.4 Supporting Intermittent Renewables and Energy Storage

3.4.5 Cheap, Reliable and Economically Stable

3.5 Global Hydropower Market Restraints

3.5.1 High Upfront Costs

3.5.2 Long Lead-Times

3.5.3 Lack of New Feasible Sites

3.5.4 Safety and Security of Dams

3.5.5 Opposition from Environmental Campaign Groups and Local Communities

4. The Regional Hydropower Markets Forecast 2011-2021

4.1 The Asia-Pacific Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021

4.1.1 The Chinese Hydropower Market

4.1.2 The Indian Hydropower Market

4.1.3 The Japanese Hydropower Market

4.1.4 The Pakistani Hydropower Market

4.1.5 The Indonesian Hydropower Market

4.1.6 The Nepalese Hydropower Market

4.1.7 The Vietnamese Hydropower Market

4.1.8 The Burmese Hydropower Market

4.1.9 The Laotian Hydropower Market

4.1.10 The Bhutanese Hydropower Market

4.1.11 The Malaysian Hydropower Market

4.1.12 The Australian Hydropower Market

4.1.13 The New Zealand Hydropower Market

4.2 The South American Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021

4.2.1 The Brazilian Hydropower Market

4.2.2 The Mexican Hydropower Market

4.2.3 The Venezuelan Hydropower Market

4.2.4 The Argentinean Hydropower Market

4.2.5 The Colombian Hydropower Market

4.2.6 The Peruvian Hydropower Market

4.2.7 The Bolivian Hydropower Market

4.2.8 The Chilean Hydropower Market

4.2.9 The Panamanian Hydropower Market

4.2.10 The Costa Rican Hydropower Market

4.2.11 The Honduran Hydropower Market

4.2.12 The Ecuadorian Hydropower Market

4.3 The North American Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021

4.3.1 The United States Hydropower Market

4.3.2 The Canadian Hydropower Market

4.4 The European Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021

4.4.1 The Norwegian Hydropower Market

4.4.2 The French Hydropower Market

4.4.3 The Turkish Hydropower Market

4.4.4 The Serbian Hydropower Market

4.4.5 The Austrian Hydropower Market

4.4.6 The Italian Hydropower Market

4.4.7 The Spanish Hydropower Market

4.4.8 The Swiss Hydropower Market

4.4.9 The Swedish Hydropower Market

4.4.10 The British Hydropower Market

4.5 The Eurasian Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021

4.5.1 The Russian Hydropower Market

4.5.2 The Tajikistani Hydropower Market

4.5.3 The Georgian Hydropower Market

4.5.4 The Kazakhstani Hydropower Market

4.5.5 The Ukrainian Hydropower Market

4.6 The African Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021

4.6.1 The Democratic Republic of the Congo Hydropower Market

4.6.2 The Ethiopian Hydropower Market

4.6.3 The Zambian Hydropower Market

4.6.4 The Tanzanian Hydropower Market

4.6.5 The Madagascan Hydropower Market

4.6.6 The Ghanaian Hydropower Market

4.6.7 The Egyptian Hydropower Market

4.7 The Middle Eastern Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021

4.7.1 The Iranian Hydropower Market

4.7.2 The Iraqi Hydropower Market

4.8 Regional Variations in Market Size and Growth

5. SWOT Analysis of the Hydropower Market 2011-2021

5.1 Strengths

5.1.1 Renewable and Low-Emission

5.1.2 Reliability and Longevity

5.1.3 Social and Environmental Benefits

5.1.4 Providing Energy Independence

5.1.5 Energy Management and Supply

5.2 Weaknesses

5.2.1 High Upfront Costs

5.2.2 Lengthy Lead-Times

5.2.3 Dependence on Precipitation

5.2.4 Displacing Communities

5.2.5 Environmental and Ecological Impacts

5.3 Opportunities

5.3.1 Sustainability Revolution and Renewable Energy Drive

5.3.2 Hydropower Potential in Asia, Africa and South America

5.3.3 Small Hydropower and Low-Head Hydropower

5.3.4 Threats to Nuclear Technology

5.3.5 Potentially High Oil Prices

5.3.6 Refurbishment of Existing Hydropower Plants

5.3.7 Technological Improvements

5.4 Threats

5.4.1 Perceptions of Feasible Hydropower Potential

5.4.2 Opposition to Hydropower Projects

5.4.3 Improvements in Alternative Renewable Energy Technologies

5.4.4 Funding and Political Support

5.4.5 Global Warming

5.4.6 Continuing Weak Global Economy

6. Hydropower Technologies

6.1 Computational Fluid Dynamics

6.2 Low-Head Hydropower

6.3 Variable Speed Generators

6.4 Electronics, Controls and Automation

6.5 Environmental Mitigation Technologies

7. Expert Opinion

7.1 Vattenfall

7.1.1 Vattenfall's Interest in French Hydropower

7.1.2 The European Hydropower Market

7.1.3 Prospects for Small Hydropower in Europe

7.1.4 The Importance of Carbon Legislation

7.1.5 The Fukushima Disaster and Hydropower Potential

7.1.6 Technological Developments in the Hydropower Industry

7.2 Black & Veatch Corporation

7.2.1 The US Hydropower Market

7.2.2 The Importance of Carbon Legislation

7.2.3 Canadian Hydropower in the US Market

7.2.4 The Chinese Hydropower Market

7.2.5 Regions Experiencing Strong Hydropower Growth

7.2.6 Technological Developments in the Hydropower Industry

8. Leading Companies in the Hydropower Market

8.1 Hydropower Dam Operators

8.1.1 Ameren Corporation

8.1.2 Avista Corporation

8.1.3 Brookfield Asset Management

8.1.4 China Yangtze Power Company (CYPC)

8.1.5 Dominion

8.1.6 Duke Energy

8.1.7 EDF (Électricité de France)

8.1.8 Endesa

8.1.9 Enel

8.1.10 EPS

8.1.11 GDF Suez

8.1.12 Hydro-Québec

8.1.13 Iberdrola

8.1.14 Idaho Power Company

8.1.15 Jaiprakash Power Ventures Limited (JPVL)

8.1.16 Manitoba Hydro

8.1.17 MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company

8.1.18 National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC)

8.1.19 Ontario Power Generation (OPG)

8.1.20 Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E)

8.1.21 RusHydro

8.1.22 RWE

8.1.23 Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE)

8.1.24 Southern California Edison Company (SCE)

8.1.25 Southern Company

8.1.26 Statkraft

8.1.27 Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)

8.1.28 Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO)

8.1.29 Tractebel Energia

8.1.30 Vattenfall

8.1.31 Verbund

8.2 Hydropower Service Companies

8.2.1 ABB

8.2.2 Alstom

8.2.3 American Hydro

8.2.4 Andritz AG

8.2.5 Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)

8.2.6 Bilfinger Berger

8.2.7 Black & Veatch Corporation

8.2.8 DongFang Electric Corporation

8.2.9 Gilbert Gilkes & Gordon

8.2.10 Harbin Power Equipment Company

8.2.11 Hitachi, Mitsubishi Electric and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI)

8.2.12 Impsa

8.2.13 Larsen & Toubro (L&T)

8.2.14 Mott MacDonald

8.2.15 OJSC Power Machines

8.2.16 STE Energy

8.2.17 Sinohydro

8.2.18 Toshiba Power Systems Company

8.2.19 Voith Hydro

9. Conclusions

9.1 Outlook for the Global Hydropower Market 2011-2021

9.2 Areas of High Growth in the Hydropower Market

9.3 Areas of Moderate Growth in the Hydropower Market

9.4 Areas of Low Growth in the Hydropower Market

9.5 Global Hydropower Market Summary

10. Glossary

List of Tables

Table 2.1 Top Five Hydropower Plants in the World by Capacity (GW), Country and Completion Date

Table 2.2 Top Five Hydropower Plant Proposals in the World by Capacity (GW), Country and Estimated Completion Date

Table 3.1 Global Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn, AGR %)

Table 3.2 Global Hydropower Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021

Table 3.3 Drivers and Restraints in the Global Hydropower Market 2011-2021

Table 4.1 Regional Hydropower Markets Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn, AGR %)

Table 4.2 Regional Hydropower Markets Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021

Table 4.3 Asia-Pacific Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn, AGR %)

Table 4.4 Asia-Pacific Hydropower Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021

Table 4.5 Drivers and Restraints in the Asia-Pacific Hydropower Market

Table 4.6 The Top 13 National Installed Hydropower Capacities in the Asia-Pacific, 2008 (GW, MW)

Table 4.7 South American Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn, AGR %)

Table 4.8 South American Hydropower Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021

Table 4.9 Drivers and Restraints in the South American Hydropower Market

Table 4.10 The Top 12 National Installed Hydropower Capacities in South America, 2008 (GW, MW)

Table 4.11 US and Canadian Installed Hydropower Capacities, 2008 (GW)

Table 4.12 North American Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn, AGR %)

Table 4.13 North American Hydropower Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021

Table 4.14 Drivers and Restraints in the North American Hydropower Market

Table 4.15 The Top Ten National Installed Hydropower Capacities in Europe, 2008 (GW)

Table 4.16 European Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn, AGR %)

Table 4.17 European Hydropower Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021

Table 4.18 Drivers and Restraints in the European Hydropower Market

Table 4.19 The Top Five National Installed Hydropower Capacities in Eurasia, 2008 (GW)

Table 4.20 Eurasian Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn, AGR %)

Table 4.21 Eurasian Hydropower Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021

Table 4.22 Drivers and Restraints in the Eurasian Hydropower Market

Table 4.23 The Top Seven Installed Hydropower Capacities in Africa, 2008 (GW, MW)

Table 4.24 African Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn, AGR %)

Table 4.25 African Hydropower Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021

Table 4.26 Drivers and Restraints in the African Hydropower Market

Table 4.27 Iranian and Iraqi Installed Hydropower Capacities, 2008 (GW)

Table 4.28 Middle Eastern Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn, AGR %)

Table 4.29 Middle Eastern Hydropower Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021

Table 4.30 Drivers and Restraints in the Middle Eastern Hydropower Market

Table 4.31 Regional Hydropower Market Share Forecast 2011, 2016 and 2021 (%, $Bn)

Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis of the Hydropower Market 2011-2021

Table 9.1 Regional Hydropower Market Sizes 2011 and 2021 ($Bn), and 2011-2021 CAGRs (%)

List of Figures

Figure 2.1 Graphic Representation of a Hydropower Dam

Figure 2.2 World Net Hydropower Generation Forecast 2007-2035 (TWh)

Figure 2.3 World Electricity Generation by Fuel Source 2007 (%)

Figure 2.4 World Net Hydropower Installed Capacity Forecast 2007-2035 (GW)

Figure 2.5 World Installed Electricity Generation Capacity by Fuel Source 2007 (%)

Figure 3.1 Global Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn)

Figure 3.2 Global Hydropower Market Annual Growth Rate (AGR%) 2011-2021

Figure 3.3 World Energy Consumption, 2007-2035 (Quadrillion Btu)

Figure 3.4 People Living Without Access to Electricity by Region, 2009 (Millions)

Figure 4.1 Regional Hydropower Markets Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn)

Figure 4.2 Asia-Pacific Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn)

Figure 4.3 South American Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn)

Figure 4.4 North American Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn)

Figure 4.5 European Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn)

Figure 4.6 European Theoretical Hydropower Potential (TWh/year)

Figure 4.7 Eurasian Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn)

Figure 4.8 African Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn)

Figure 4.9 Middle Eastern Hydropower Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn)

Figure 4.10 Regional Hydropower Markets CAGRs (%) 2011-2021

Figure 4.11 Regional Hydropower Markets CAGRs (%) 2011-2016 and 2016-2021

Figure 4.12 Regional Hydropower Market Share Forecast 2011 (%)

Figure 4.13 Regional Hydropower Market Share Forecast 2016 (%)

Figure 4.14 Regional Hydropower Market Share Forecast 2021 (%)

Figure 4.15 Regional Hydropower Market Share Change (%) 2011-2021

Figure 5.1 African, Eurasian, and Asia-Pacific Theoretical Hydropower Potential (MWh/Km2)

Figure 5.2 North American and South American Theoretical Hydropower Potential (MWh/Km2)

Figure 5.3 EIA Projected Oil Prices (WTI) 2011-2021: Reference, High Price and Low Price Scenarios ($)

Figure 9.1 Global Hydropower Market Size Forecast 2011-2021 ($Bn)

Companies Mentioned in this Report

ABB

Advantage IQ

AECOM

Alabama Power

Alstom

American Governor Company

American Hydro

American Municipal Power

Ameren Corporation

Ameren UE

Ameren Missouri

Andritz AG

Andritiz Hydro

Atco Ltd

Avista Corporation

Avista Utilities

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)

BC Hydro

BHP Billiton

Bilfinger Berger

Black & Veatch Corporation

Borodino

Brookfield Asset Management

Brookfield Renewable Power

CalEnergy Generatiom

Canog Energy

Cavico Corporation

CE Electric UK

China Gezhouba Group

China Three Gorges Corporation (CTGPC)

China Yangtze Power Company

Columbia Power Corporation

Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE)

Copel

Coyne et Bellier

CSG Power Generation Company

Dominion

DongFang Electric Corporation

Druk Green Power Corporation

Duke Energy

EGAT International

Electricité de France (EDF)

Electricity of Vietnam (EVN)

Emera Energy

Emerson

Ende

Endesa

Enel

Enel Green Power (EGP)

E.ON

E.ON España

E.ON Wasserkraft

EPM Ituango

EPS

ERPS

EuroSibEnergo

Flow Science Inc.

Forbes

Fortis Inc

GDF Suez

Georgia Power

Gilbert Gilkes & Gordon

Glomma Kraftproduksjon

GMR Energy Ltd

GMR Infrastructure

Great Lake Hydro Income Fund

Green Ventures

Gulf Power

GVK Energy

Harbin Electric Corporation

Harbin Electric Group

Harbin Power Equipment Company

Himtal Hydropower

Hitachi

HM Hydro

Hydro-Québec

Hyundai

Iberdrola

Idaho Power Company

Ingra d.d.

Impsa

International Finance Corporation (IFC)

Irkutskenergo

Italian-Thai Development

Jaypee Group

Jaiprakash Power Ventures Limited (JPVL)

JSC Energo-Pro Georgia

Kern River Gas Transmission Company

Korea South East Power Company

Kraftwerke Hinterrhein

Larsen & Toubro (L&T)

Limited Kazakhstan Natural Gas Technology Company

Lusis & Partners

Luz y Fuerza del Centro (LFC)

Manitoba Hydro

Meridian Energy

MidAmerican Energy Company

MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company

Mississippi Power

Mitsubishi Electric

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

Moserbaer

Mott MacDonald

Nalcor

National Hydroelectric Power Company (NHPC)

Norfund

Norte Energia

Northern Natural Gas

OJSC Power Machines

Ontario Power Generation (OPG)

Orbeo

PacifiCorp

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)

Plutonic Power

Progress Energy

PTC India

PT Pembangunan Perumahan (PTPP)

PT Perushahaan Listrik Negara (PLN)

Rainpower Kristinehamn AB

Rhodia

RusHydro

RWE

RWE Innogy

RWE Power

Sanko

Sanir

Sarawak Energy

Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam

Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE)

SECI Energia

Siemens

SinoHydro

SJVN Limited

SN Power

Snowy Mountains Engineering Corporation (SNEC)

Société Générale

Société Nationale D'électricité (SNES)

Southern California Edison Company (SCE)

Southern Company

Statkraft

STE Energy

Tata Power Company

Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)

Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO)

Toshiba

Toshiba International Corporation (TIC)

Toshiba Power Systems Company

Tractebel Energia

TransCanada Corp

TrustPower

Vattenfall

Verbund

Voith

Voith Hydro

Weir Group

Yesil Enerji

Zenergy

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in this Report

African Development Bank (AfDB)

Asian Development Bank (ADB)

Brazilian National Agency for Electricity (ANEEL)

Canadian Hydropower Association (CHA)

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

China Development Bank

China Electricity Council

China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research

Columbia Basin Trust

Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA)

Energy Information Administration (EIA)

European Commission

European Investment Bank (EIB)

European Union (EU)

Exim Bank of China

Export Development Bank of Iran

Friends of the Earth

Idaho National Laboratory (INL)

Inter-American Development Bank

International Energy Agency (IEA)

International Hydropower Association (IHA)

International Rivers

International Small-Hydro Atlas

Iraqi Electricity Ministry

Iraqi Ministry of Water Resources

National Hydropower Association (NHA)

Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21)

Serbian Ministry of Mining and Energy

UK Environment Agency (EA)

United Nations (UN)

UN Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)

US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)

US Bureau of Reclamation

US Department of Energy (DOE)

US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)

World Bank

World Energy Council (WEC)

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