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Report on South Korea Wind Power Sector Analysis

Wind is one of the most abundant resources available for South Korea which has not been blessed with considerable conventional energy resources. Wind energy provides the key to the independence of South Korea from its distinguished statistics in terms of energy imports. It is the 5th largest importer of crude oil, 3rd largest of coal and 2nd largest importer of LNG, all of which constitutes for sufficing 97% of the country’s energy needs. Wind energy development has shown the government the path to be taken to curb its increasing import reliance amidst the growing population and energy demand.

Over the last decade, from 2000 to 2011, wind energy installed capacity has grown from 5.9 MW to more than 400 MW and is increasing at a rapid pace. The sector has recently been reformed which had stunted the growth a little bit but now with the reforms in place already, the capacity is growing and is expected to take the fast track to growth. To augment the rapid growth of wind energy in the country, the domestic heavy industries have taken upon themselves the onus of manufacturing the wind turbine generators that will reduce the sector’s dependence on imports and will also result in the reduction of wind energy production costs. The Feed in Tariff policy of the government has now been replaced by the Renewable Portfolio Standard. The research report points out to the various reasons behind this reform one of which was the low revenue given to wind generated electricity as compared to solar and hydro power.

The research report is a detailed text that emphasizes on the bright future of wind energy in South Korea. It gives details to all the necessary facets required to bring about an organized wind power growth. The report details the targets and gives precise plans of the government to achieve these ambitious renewable energy targets and how exactly the country will go about the Low Carbon Green Growth Policy in the coming years to develop its most abundant resource.

Table of Contents

1. South Korea Wind Power Sector Landscape
2. Wind Power Resources
2.1 Onshore & Offshore Reserves
2.2 Onshore & Offshore Wind Map by Speed & Density
3. Wind Power Sector Indicators
3.1 Onshore
3.2 Offshore
4. Operating Wind Farms
4.1 Onshore Wind Farms
4.2 Offshore Wind Farms
5. Wind Power Feed In Tariff Structure
6. Wind Turbine Manufacturing
7. Emerging Trends
7.1 United Kingdom and South Korea Alliance for Offshore Wind Power
Development
7.2 Rising Investments from Government & Private Sector
7.3 Focus on Clean Energy to Drive Wind Power Installation
7.4 Development of World’s Largest Offshore Wind Farm
7.5 Super Sized Ships to Install Offshore Wind Turbines
7.6 South Korean Companies Developing Foreign Wind Farms
8. Wind Power Future Outlook
8.1 Onshore
8.2 Offshore
9. Regulatory & Policy Framework
9.1 Low Carbon, Green Growth Policy
9.2 Renewable Portfolio Standard Energy Policy
10. PEST Analysis
10.1 Political Analysis: Government Investments & Knowledge Sharing Policy
10.2 Economic Analysis: Low Cost Wind Power & Rising Energy Import Bill
10.3 Social Analysis: Increasing Social Acceptance
10.4 Technology Analysis: Transfer of Technology & International Collaborations

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Research Report on Regional Benchmarking for Wind Energy Market

The market for wind energy has registered remarkable growth in the last few years and is expected to grow significantly in the wake of growing interest in developing and harnessing alternatives to traditional fossil fuels; however, Investment in wind energy calls for proper analysis as wind energy costs are approximately twice that of conventional sources of energy. Four nations-Germany, the US, China and India-have been taken into consideration to analyze the overall wind energy market. This report identifies factors contributing to the competitive advantages of the wind energy sector and measures the attractiveness of those factors for each of the four nations. It provides market intelligence to support both short- and long-term strategic decision-making.

As per the study, the top five countries in the worldwide wind energy market are China, the US, Germany, Spain, and India with market shares of approximately 23%, 20%, 14%, 11%, and 7% respectively, representing approximately 75% of the total cumulative wind energy market at the end of 2010. In 2010 China surpassed the US in terms of cumulative wind energy capacity installed. The US and China are expected to grow considerably in the next five years and beyond. Lucintel’s research report provides insights regarding entry and expansion plans to wind farm investors, wind turbine OEMs, and component manufacturers. The report details the industry’s life cycle, market trend and forecast, drivers, and challenges. Lucintel’s findings are detailed through cluster analysis, international competitive benchmarking, and discussions of growth scenarios for the nations covered. This report will greatly support OEMs, component suppliers, and investors in the decision-making process as it pertains to wind energy.

This unique report from Lucintel will provide you with valuable information, insights and tools needed to identify new growth opportunities and operate your business successfully in this market. This report will save hundreds of hours of your own personal research time and will significantly benefit you in expanding your business in this market. In today’s stringent economy, you need every advantage that you can find to keep ahead in your business

Features of Report:
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 this market report are:
· Trends and forecasts for wind energy capacity installation for all the four nation
· Drivers and challenges for wind energy sector for the four nations
· PESTEL analysis for each of the four nations to make the investors aware of the environment prevailing around wind energy sector in these countries
· A representation for Industry life cycles for wind energy industry of the four countries
· Porter’s Five Forces model for wind energy industry of each of the four nations
· Analysis of competitive advantages of the four nations for the development of wind energy sector by Porter’s diamond model
· Supply chain analysis for each of the four nations
· Cluster analysis to determine the overall strength of the wind energy industry in each of the four nations

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Research Report on Growth Opportunities in Wind Operation and Maintenance Service Market

Estimates Double Digit Growth for Global Wind O&M Market: Market to Reach $10.6 Billion by 2016.

The global wind operation and maintenance (O&M) market is directly proportional to the global wind energy market. Growth in this market is likely to have a cascading effect on wind O&M, with the O&M market reaching $10.6 billion by 2016. The global wind O&M market is expected to witness across the board growth with both operation and maintenance markets registering double digit gains in the forecast period.

Lucintel has analyzed the global wind O&M market and published a comprehensive research report, ‘Growth Opportunities in Wind Operation and Maintenance Services Market 2011-2016’.

The global onshore wind energy market has grown with a CAGR of 27% from 2005 to 2010 and is expected to grow significantly in future. Europe has the largest wind O&M market due to aging turbines and is expected to remain the largest in future; however, Europe is likely to lose relative market share to Asia Pacific and North America as O&M services grow in those regions. Asia Pacific is expected to be the 2nd largest O&M market during the forecast period and is expected to be the leader in future mainly due new wind farm installations in China. North America is also expected to increase market share.

The three main components of wind turbines, gearboxes, generators and wind blades, accounts for nearly 85 percent of maintenance service needs. Improving turbine reliability and reducing downtime due to faulty components is of the utmost concern for wind farm operators and therefore, O&M services are seeing greater interest globally.

Lucintel’s report makes separate analyses of China, US, Europe and Indian wind O&M market, affording the client a better understanding of current trends and forecasts by region. The report also addresses the market by types of service, detailing the role of these markets in relative regions and the global O&M market. This report also addresses a competitive analysis of the top 5 global Independent O&M Service Providers.

Table of Contents
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2. WIND O&M MARKET: CURRENT PRACTICES
2.1 DEFINING THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (O&M) MARKET
2.1.1 OPERATION COST
2.1.1. 1.SALARY BASED LABOR
2.1.1.1.1 MANAGEMENT
2.1.1.1.2 GENERATING PLANT
2.1.1.1.3 REPORTING
2.1.1.2 SITE MAINTENANCE
2.1.1.3 EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
2.1.2 MAINTENANCE COST
2.1.2.1 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
2.1.2.1.1 CRANE
2.1.2.1.2 LABOR
2.1.2.1.3 CONSUMABLES
2.1.2.2 WAGE BASED LABOR
2.1.2.3 REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT
2.2 TYPICAL OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES OF TURBINE COMPONENTS
2.2.1 COMPONENTS FAILURE
2.2.2 TIME TO REPAIR
2.2.3 COMPONENT X
2.3 WIND OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MARKET BY COMPONENTS
2.3.1 COMPONENT 1 O&M SERVICES
2.3.1.1TYPICAL COMPONENT 1 O&M ACTIVITIES
2.3.1.2CAUSES OF COMPONENT 1FAILURE
2.3.1.3CHALLENGE ANALYSIS- COMPONENT 1O&M
2.3.2 COMPONENT 2 O&M SERVICES
2.3.2.1TYPICAL WIND COMPONENT 2 O&M ACTIVITIES
2.3.2.2THE MAIN CAUSES OF COMPONENT 2 FAILURE
2.3.3 COMPONENT 3 O&M SERVICES
2.3.3.1TYPICAL COMPONENT 3 MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES
2.3.3.2WIND COMPONENT 3 REPAIR ACTIVITIES
2.3.3.3COMMON CAUSES OF COMPONENT 3 DAMAGE
2.3.3.4CHALLENGES FOR WIND COMPONENT 3 O&M
2.4 DYNAMICS OF O&M COST ESTIMATION
2.4.1 AGE OF TURBINE
2.4.2 WIND FARM PROJECT SIZE
2.4.3 ENVIRONMENT CONDITIONS

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Report on Quarterly Competitive Analysis of Conventional and Renewable Energy Sources in US Market

The total worldwide electricity cumulative installed capacity topped 5,026 GW in 2010 and cumulative installed capacity is expected to grow to 6,416 GW in 2016 with a CAGR of 4 % over the next five years.

Volatility in fossil fuel costs, coupled with the environmental problems associated with burning such fuels, could be a positive factor driving increased acceptance of alternative technologies, especially for environmentally friendly technologies such as wind and solar. Although the high cost and variability challenges faced by the renewable energy sources pose some challenge but the new innovations is expected to reduce the cost of electricity and renewable energy is expected to witness robust growth in the future.

Lucintel’s research indicates that, levelized cost of energy for natural gas is the lowest $ 62/MWh whereas solar PV has the highest LCOE at $ 253/MWh. The LCOE of wind energy is high due to increase in the price of wind turbines. A substantial decrease is expected in the cost of solar PV because of decline in the cost of the solar modules largely driven by decreases in the price of raw materials (e.g. Polysilicon) and increased competition among polysilicon suppliers. It is expected that the LCOE for solar PV would be $ 223/MWh in Q4 2012.

Although conventional energy sources are the biggest and by far the largest source of energy today but conventional sources are making way for non conventional energy sources because of their finite existence and their increasing footprint.

Lucintel’s research report provides trend scenarios and forecast statistics for quarterly cost of different energy sources for 2005–2012; details the industry’s drivers and challenges; production; consumption; and demand and supply scenarios of the different energy industry. The report also examines emerging trends and status of conventional and non conventional energy sources in US.

This unique report from Lucintel offers valuable information, insights, and tools needed to identify new growth opportunities and operate successfully in this market. This report can save hundreds of hours of your own personal research time and significantly benefit you in expanding your business in this market. In today’s turbulent economy, you need every advantage that you can find to keep ahead in your business.

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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, quarterly cost analysis, benchmarking and many more that are dealing with this market.

· Trend (Q1 2005-Q4 2010) and forecast (Q1 2011–Q4 2012) of quarterly cost analysis for coal, natural gas, nuclear, wind, solar PV, in terms of $/MWh
· Major growth drivers and challenges for each of energy sources
· Trend and forecast of levelized cost of energy (LCOE) for each of the energy sources of Q4 2010 in terms of $/MWh
· Growth opportunities of coal, natural gas, nuclear, wind, solar PV
· Capital cost, operational and maintenance cost and fuel cost for different energy sources in Q4 2010
· Cost breakdowns for different energy sources in Q4 2010
· Emerging trends in conventional and renewable energy sources

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World Smart Grid Available through Bharat Book

This research report presents an in-depth analysis of the development, applications, products, manufacturers, and trends in the worldwide development of the Smart Grid. After over one hundred years of electric power, it has become apparent that a new type of power grid is needed to serve societal needs in the 21st Century. Over time, a relatively primitive but reliable power grid has morphed into an exceedingly complex machine that can no longer be controlled through human actions alone and one which has become brittle and subject to catastrophic failure – such as the blackout in the northeastern United States and Canada in 2003. Simply put, today’s power grid is having difficulty meeting the high quality, stable, and reliable power requirements of an increasingly sophisticated, technology-oriented world. The power grid is also in need of significant maintenance and repair, with estimates ranging as high as $1 trillion over the next 20 years for the United States alone. However, “smart/intelligent” technologies now exist that can significantly improve grid performance. With these technologies a “smarter” grid will be able provide improved service reliability and more stable electric rates at a lower cost than simply building more infrastructure to meet increased demand.

The report provides a comprehensive analysis of the current market for smart grid enabling technologies and projects future market size through 2031. Marketing concerns including energy demand, environmental impacts, economic conditions, consumer acceptance, stakeholder concerns, and government activities are discussed in terms of their impact on market growth for the Smart Grid and its enabling technologies. The report also profiles selected companies that manufacture and market technologies that enable the Smart Grid and the strategies they have adopted to maximize growth and profitability.

Smart Grid development is moving into a “normal” period of growth following substantial activity as the results of government stimulus funding. As this funding runs its course, utilities and other stakeholders are having a harder time will new development efforts as a result of economic conditions, regulatory uncertainty, consumer acceptance, and other factors that constrain their ability to fund many Smart Grid projects. These and other considerations are addressed in the report as they pertain to inhibiting or advancing development of the Smart Grid.

Scope and Methodology
The information in the report is based on primary and secondary research from the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Energy Information Administration, various other agencies of the United States Government, energy-related associations in the United States, Europe, Australia, and other countries, the International Energy Agency, the United Nations, the World Bank, trade associations, business journals, company literature and websites, and interviews with experts in Smart Grid development including energy transmission and distribution, energy generation and storage, and microgrid development. Statistical data are included for industry revenue, both globally and for the United States. The market size for Smart Grid technologies is projected from 2011 to 2031. Demand in each of the following technology applications is analyzed in terms of both regional and overall markets for Smart Grid development:

Two-Way Communications
Smart Meters
Smart Sensors and Intelligent Electronic Devices (IEDs)
Information Technology and Analytics
Transmission, Distribution, and Substation Automation
Potential Smart Grid applications, development trends, environmental issues, and energy considerations are also reviewed and analyzed. Market size estimates and forecasts are based on government and primary and secondary sources, and the impact of various other factors including government grants and incentives, environmental concerns, fuel and energy prices, economic conditions, and consumer awareness and acceptance.

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World Combined Heat & Power (CHP): Micro, Small and Large-Scale

Combined heat and power (CHP) systems were responsible for just under 10% of global electrical power generation capacity in 2011. CHP is a set of power generation technologies that provides both heat in the form of steam or hot water and electricity from a single system. These systems include a prime mover to convert fuel into electricity, a heat recovery steam generator (HRSG) to generate the process heat and perhaps a boiler if the system burns coal or wood waste to run a steam turbine.

The CHP market has been driven by China in the last five years, as that country’s fast paced electrical generation capacity increases have significantly bolstered the CHP market in the country. However, China’s power capacity growth is slowing, resulting in an essentially flat global CHP market between 2007 and 2011, posting a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of just 0.4% for the period to reach a value of $19.3 billion. The CHP market has been much stronger in the U.S. and Germany, with both countries achieving near 20% CAGR between 2007 and 2011. The small-CHP market has experienced an incredible CAGR of 24.8% in the same period on the strength of micro-CHP (under 5 kW) sales in Japan and small-CHP (up to 1 MW) sales in Germany.

Spark spread and government incentives are the two main driving forces behind the CHP market, although each has a different effect for different market segments. The U.S. market has been up and down over the period, and has been lower than what was experienced in the first part of the decade, because of the lack of strong government support and dropping natural gas prices. Germany, on the other hand, has a strong feed in tariff policy that is continuing to drive the CHP market in the country and will continue to do so in the long term. In Japan, exceptionally large subsidies for micro-CHP systems continue to accelerate that segment of the CHP market in the country.

Natural gas turbines continue to provide most CHP electricity generation in the U.S. and Europe, but it is reciprocating engine-based CHP systems that are the most numerous. The most common type of fuel in use for CHP systems in most countries is natural gas. The major exception is China where coal is still the dominant fuel being used in many of the country’s district heating systems. Countries such as Sweden, Switzerland, Norway and Finland have over 30% of CHP electricity generation from renewable fuels such as wood waste and municipal waste.

The CHP market will continue to experience slow growth over the next five years. However, SBI Energy expects global electricity costs to rise faster than the cost of natural gas in the long term, leading to a much stronger CHP market through the end of the decade. By 2021, there will be 651 gigawatts (GW) of CHP capacity installed worldwide, and the global CHP market will be worth $43.1 billion. The small-CHP segment will continue to grow faster than the overall CHP market, achieving a CAGR of 12.2% between 2012 and 2021 and growing to be worth a little over 6% of the global CHP market.

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2012 Deep Research Report on China Power Cable Industry

2012 Deep Research Report on China Power Cable Industry was professional and depth research report on China Power Cable industry. This report has firstly introduced Power Cable definition classification industry chain etc related information. Then introduced Power Cable manufacturing technology and product specifications, And then summary statistics China major Power Cable manufacturers 2009-2013 Power Cable capacity production supply demand shortage and Power Cable selling price cost profit margin and production value, and also introduced China 32 manufacturers company basic information, 2009-2013 Power Cable capacity production price cost profit margin production value China market share etc details information.

In the end, this report introduced 500KV Power Cable project feasibility analysis and investment return analysis also give related research conclusions and development trend analysis of China Power Cable industry. In a word, it was a depth research report on China Power Cable industry. And thanks to the support and assistance from Power Cable industry chain (Power Cable downstream consumer upstream related raw materials suppliers and government agencies etc) related experts and enterprises during Research Team survey and interviews.

Table of Content
Chapter One Power Cable Industry Overview
1.1 Power Cable Material Definition
1.2 Power Cable Structure
1.3 Power Cable Material Classification and Application
1.4 Related Terms
1.5.Basic knowledge of wire and cable
1.6 Industry policies and regulations
1.7 Industry Chain Structure
1.8 The global industrial pattern and technology trends
1.9 Domestic industry overview and development trend

Chapter Two Power Cable Production Technology and Cost Analysis
2.1 Process Analysis
2.2 Production flow
2.3 The cost structure analysis
2.4 The main production equipment
2.5 Technology trends

Chapter Three Power Cable Production, Supply, Sales, Demand Market Status and Forecast Analysis
3.1 Power cable production and supply overview
3.2 Power cable demand overview
3.3 Power cable supply and demand
3.4 List of power cable average cost, price, output value, profit margin
3.5 Power cable imports and exports statistics

Chapter Four China power cable core enterprise research
4.1 FAR EAST HOLDING GROUP CO.,LTD
4.2 Wuxi and Shanghai Electric Wire & Cable Co.,Ltd
4.3 Tianjin Suli Wire & Cable Co.,Ltd
4.4 BAOSHENG GROUP CO.,LTD(Stock Code:600973)
4.5 ZHEJIANG CHENGUANG CABLE CO.,LTD
4.6 Hebei NewBaoFeng Wire & Cable Co.,Ltd
4.7 Walsin Lihwa Co.,Ltd
4.8 Nexans Group Co.,Ltd(China)
4.9 Zhejiang Wanma Cable Co.,Ltd(Stock Code:002276)
4.10 AnHui JiangHuai Cable Group Co.,Ltd
4.11 Hengtong Group Co.,Ltd
4.12 Wuxi Jiangnan Cable Co.,Ltd(Stock Code:01366)
4.13 Huayang Wire & Cable Group Co.,Ltd
4.14 Yangzhou Shuguang Cable Co.,Ltd
4.15 Jiangsu New Yuancheng Cable Co., Ltd
4.16 Jiangsu ShangShang Cable Group Co., Ltd
4.17 Ningbo ORIENT Cable Co., Ltd
4.19 TEBA Cable Co., Ltd(Stock Code:600089)
4.19 China Nanyang Cable Group Co., Ltd(Stock Code:002212)
4.20 Jiangsu Zhongchao Cable Co., Ltd(Stock Code:002471)
4.21 Guangdong Lingnan Cable Co., Ltd
4.22 GUANGDONG SHINE CABLES CO.,LTD
4.23 QINGDAO HANHE CABLE CO.,LTD(Stock Code:002498)
4.24 Prysmian Group Co., Ltd(China)
4.25 Goldcup Electric Apparatus Co., Ltd(Stock Code:002533)
4.26 Sichuan Star Cable Co., Ltd(Stock code:603333)
4.27 CHINA WANDA GROUP CO.,LTD
4.28 FUJIAN NAN PING SUN CABLE CO.,LTD(Stock Code:002300)
4.29 SHANDONG QIXING GROUP CO.,LTD
4.30 Shanghai Morn Electric Equipment Co., Ltd(Stock Code:002451)
4.31 Shenyang Guhe Cable Co., Ltd
4.32 Shanghai Fujikura Co., Ltd

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