New Renewables Market Research Reports by BMI Now Available at

12 Feb 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – TD The Market Publishers, Ltd. is very pleased to inform you than new in-demand renewable market research reports prepared by BMI Research are now available in its online catalogue.

In Portugal, the economic recovery is expected to continue through 2024. However, it will be unremarkable. For instance, GDP is forecast to grow by approximately 2.6 percent in 2017 and by slightly over 1 percent over the period 2018-2022. More favorable economic climate will encourage developers and investors to pour money in the renewables sector.

Morocco is set to be amongst the most attractive markets for investment in the renewables sector in the MENA region over the next 10 years given a supportive regulatory framework. A project pipeline grows in the region and investor interest in the market remains strong.

In New Zealand, the local renewables sector is expected to see new momentum in the years to come since some thermal power facilities will soon retire. However, with future demand trends for power being obscure, investors prefer not to make big investments in the sector.

Saudi Arabia has huge considerable solar power potential. However, the local renewable sector is unlikely to surpass the nascent stage in the upcoming years, since its development is restrained by a number of factors, such as muted investor sentiment.

The research reports offer a detailed analysis of the renewables sector development trends in each country under discussion. The studies contain all-round overview of the markets. They cover regulatory frameworks in each country and investigate industry trends. The reports shed light on the industry infrastructure and explore the competitive environment. The research studies include historical data related to each market as well as forecast figures.

Countries examined in the reports comprise:

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