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Indonesia and Thailand are the two largest producers of energy among ASEAN countries. These countries alone demonstrate the impact that two large, dominant companies can have in a single sector in an emerging country. EMIS’ reports extensively cover the social and economic impact of the sector in the emerging markets.
The electrical energy sector is responsible for slightly above 7% of Poland’s GDP and its strategic importance for the country cannot be underestimated. Electricity output inched up by 0.5% y/y to 162.63 TWh in 2016, while the sales ...READ MORE
Indonesia is the largest producer of electric power in the ASEAN region. Yet, the country had an electrification rate of 91.2% in 2016, lagging behind other countries in the region such as Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. The government ...READ MORE
Mexico is a regional leader in electric power generation. Since 2013, when the energy reform was introduced, Mexico is undergoing a major energy transformation. It featured the introduction of a wholesale electricity market, and enabling private ...READ MORE
Hungary is one of the net importers of electricity in Central East Europe (CEE), with a net import deficit of around HUF 144bn as of 2016. The country is increasingly dependent on electricity imports as its generating capacities are in decline as a ...READ MORE
In order to keep up with rising demand in one of the world’s fastest growing economies, Turkey’s power sector has expanded at a rapid pace over the last decade. At the same time, increased electricity consumption has posed challenges for ...READ MORE
The electric power industry in Russia generates 3% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) and the government sees it as a strategically important sector. So, in accordance with the Federal Law, the Russian government controls key assets ...READ MORE
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
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