The electric power reports of EMIS Insights cover the process of generation, transmission and distribution of electricity from fossil and renewable energy resources. Starting with the energy matrix of each country, our reports continue with analysis of the available resources, existing and planned power plants, grid infrastructure and consumption patterns on industrial and consumer level. Price formation and policy towards the development of conventional and green energy are analysed, as well. The reports cover coal and gas-fired plants, nuclear units and the facilities for the production of energy from hydropower and alternative renewables such as wind, solar, geothermal and biomass.
Each report contains in-depth analysis of the sector’s importance for the country’s economy, detailed statistics and infographics. The report includes executive summary, sector and subsector overviews, competitive and regulatory environment, as well as thorough company profiles of the top market players.
Thailand was the second-largest power producer among the ASEAN countries after Indonesia in 2016. State-owned company EGAT accounted for nearly 40% of the total installed capacity in Thailand in 2016. Power generation is dominated by natural gas and ...READ MORE
Hydropower made up 20.2% of the country’s total power generating capacity as of end-2016. China had 332 GW of hydropower capacity as at end-2016, up 3.9% y/y. New investment in the subsector reached RMB 61mn in 2016, down by 22% y/y, ...READ MORE
As China has grown to be the world's biggest economy, the generation, trade and consumption of electricity have become an increasingly crucial component of the country's growth and energy needs. The introduction and development of renewable energy ...READ MORE
Brazil is among the global leaders in renewable energy generation, having the world’s largest biomass power capacity, and ranking third and ninth, respectively, in terms of hydropower and wind power capacity at the end of 2016. During that year ...READ MORE
The electric power sector in Romania is on track to become a full-fledged driver of the national economy with a significant international exposure. While the country is rich in natural resources, its power sector lacks privatisation focus and a ...READ MORE
The energy sector is responsible for nearly 8% of Poland’s GDP and its strategic importance for the country is overwhelming. The ageing of the power generation and transmission infrastructure is a major concern for the sector, which at the same ...READ MORE
The power sector, comprising generation, transmission and distribution, is a key enabler of India’s economic growth. India, which is Asia’s third-largest economy, accounts for about 5% of the world’s primary energy consumption, ...READ MORE
Indonesia is the largest electric power producer in the ASEAN region. In spite of this, in 2015 the country had an electrification rate of 88.3%, lagging behind neighbouring Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. The government targets a 99.4% ...READ MORE
Malaysia is self-sufficient in terms of power generation, with natural gas and coal being the main fuels used in power generation. The Malaysian market comprises three main utilities companies that have the largest market share in the power ...READ MORE
The Hungarian electric power market is middle-sized compared to other European markets. The electric power sector is mature, meaning that all major power stations and the transmission network have been built and that electricity supply is stable. ...READ MORE