Uzbekistan Power Industry Research Report Q4 2015 by BMI Now Available at MarketPublishers.com30 Oct 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan are set to keep on relying on gas-fired electricity generation over the next decade, as huge gas supplies in tandem with few export commitments are expected to stimulate an ongoing ramp up in local gas consumption. In the meantime, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan are likely to suffer from continued electricity production shortfalls over the next ten years, as the nations will unlikely have any progress in diversifying away from increasingly unreliable hydropower, or boosting the sector itself. The deteriorating macroeconomic conditions, with Russia witnessing poor economic performance and China slowing down, will likely leave much to be desired for power sectors across Central Asia.
The Kazakh tenge’s devaluation places pressures on the currencies of Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. Particularly, the economies of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan will likely suffer the most, as they are heavily reliant on remittances from Kazakhstan and a poorly performing Russian economy.
Uzbekenergo, Barki Tojik, Turkmenenergo and the National Electrical Grid of Kyrgyzstan (NEGK), among others, are some of the leading players in the market.
New market research report “Uzbekistan Power Report Q4 2015” elaborated by BMI RESEARCH offers an insightful guide to the power sector performance in Uzbekistan.
It provides a granular SWOT analysis of the country's power sector; presents economic and demographic data for Central Asia’s counties for 2014-2019 and 2019-2024. The study proceeds with insights into each country in the region, covering aspects such as electricity generation and power generating capacity, electric power consumption, as well as transmission and distribution issues. The report includes risk/reward ratings (RRRs) for CCE power industry; contains a database of key power projects; discusses the regulatory landscape; as well as sheds light on pricing. An in-depth analysis of the top industry players and the overall competitive landscape is provided in the study, as are exhaustive industry development forecasts.
Uzbekistan Power Report Q4 2015
Published: October, 2015
Price: US$ 1,295.00
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