Global Transmission Research has released Global Transmission Investment Report, 2016-2025 on July 4, 2016.The report examines capital expenditure (capex) trends over the last ten years and provides a detailed analysis of planned capex or expected investment by 2025 in the transmission sectors of about 75 countries across the globe. This analysis covers capex or investment for both new build and renovation and modernisation as well as line-related and station-related investments.
The report has 400+ pages and comprises two distinct sections.
Part 1 of the report provides analysis of the historical and future capital expenditure trends by type on a global level. It also examines the key drivers for past and future investment in the global transmission sector. In addition, the section reviews the likely sources of financing and new business models. The section on utility perspectives discusses the key challenges faced by the transmission utilities and system operators in these countries and present an analysis of their key priorities, initiatives and expected investment in new technologies.
Part 2 of the report provides analysis of the historical and future capital expenditure trends for 75 countries. These countries are organised into six regions: North America, Latin America, Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Each section on the six regions will begin with a regional analysis on the historical and future capital expenditure and key expected investment drivers in that region
Each regional and country profile will contain the following analysis:
This report is indispensible for any organisation interested in the global high voltage transmission industry - utilities, system operators, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, EPC contractors, service and technology providers, investors/lenders, research organisations, industry consultants, regulatory agencies, development institutions, etc.
The report is priced at USD5000.
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