African Countries Power Markets Reports Q4 2012 by BMI Recently Published at

30 Aug 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that new topical Q4 2012 market reports on power markets in African countries by Business Monitor International (BMI) have been added to its catalogue.

Sudan and South Sudan Power Q4 2012. Since gaining political independence in January 2011, one of South Sudan’s key concerns has been developing its own power generation, transmission and distribution capabilities. Given China's interest in South Sudan's oil resources, it is expected that China will become a major player in the development of South Sudan's energy sector. From 2012 to 2021, Sudan's overall power generation is expected to increase at an AAGR of 5.8% to reach 12.7TWh, with 2.1% and 8.2% annual average increases in oil-fired power generation and hydropower generation respectively. More market statistics and information can be found in the report …

Zambia Power Report Q4 2012. Forecasts say Zambia's overall power generation will increase by an AAGR of 4.2% from 2011 and 2016, to reach 13.24TWh, with hydropower being one of the key contributors to this growth. New hydro capacity scheduled to become operational during the 10-year forecast period includes the Kariba North Bank station and the 120MW Itezhi Tezhi power plant. Hydropower is projected to keep on being Zambia’s main source of power throughout the forecast period, with oil-fired and coal-fired gradually increasing their contribution to the energy mix. The study provides true and unprejudiced insights into Zambia’s energy sector …

Zimbabwe Power Report Q4 2012. Zimbabwe's overall power generation is forecast to increase by an AAGR of 12.6% between 2011 and 2016, to reach 16.23 TWh. The biggest contributor to this increase will be coal-fired power generation, which is to increase by an annual average of 22.8% over this period. Hydropower generation is due to increase by a much more modest 3.0% per annum, despite increased capacity planned for Kariba South hydroelectric plant and a new plant planned on the Gairezi River. However, this growth in energy provision will not be enough to grant Zimbabwe energy self-sufficiency. The report is a complete guide to the power industry in Zimbabwe …

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at BMI page.


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