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Annual Global Power Generation Forecasts 2016 

  • February 2016
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  • Frost & Sullivan
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  • 125 pages

Annual Global Power Generation Forecasts 2016 : The Fate of Fossil Fuels in the Emerging Age of Renewables

Frost & Sullivan's Annual Global Power Generation Forecasts provide a detailed assessment of the future development of the power generation fuel mix. These reflect Frost & Sullivan's current thinking on the expected development of electricity generation and capacity additions during the 2010–2030 period. A global overview looking at key global developments in coal, gas, nuclear, and renewable generating sources is followed by a detailed assessment of fuel mix developments in ten different world regions. The forecasts offer valuable insights not just for participants in the energy sector but also for participants from sectors such as engineering, chemicals, and information technology.

Executive Summary—CEO’s Perspective

Global power generation capacity is forecast to grow % from GW in 2015 to GW in 2030.

Electricity generation will rise by % from TWh to TWh during the same period.

Renewable energy will receive a major boost from the global climate talks in Paris in December 2015 (COP 21).

Coal will decelerate but remain the dominant fuel source, accounting for % of installed capacity in 2030.

Gas fired power will grow strongly and nearly reach the capacity of coal by 2030.

The Last Word—Three Big Predictions

Progress in the penetration of carbon-free power generation will accelerate substantially over the next few years, as the global share reaches % by 2020. Key contributors to this are: large-scale expansion of renewables in Asia (driven by China and India in particular), the expected recovery of nuclear generation in Japan and a slower expansion of coal-fired generation in China, with coal plant closures in Europe also gaining momentum.

The decade after 2020 will be marked by a continued expansion of renewable energy and—in the Eastern Hemisphere at least—nuclear power. Carbon-free electricity’s share is slated to reach % in 2030. The growth impetus in Asia will gradually shift from China to India, and carbon-free power will also start to penetrate the Middle East much more rapidly.

Europe will maintain its global leadership in deployment of renewables, as less than one-third of the EU’s power will come from fossil fuels in 2030.

Table Of Contents

Annual Global Power Generation Forecasts 2016 
1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Executive Summary
1. Executive Summary—CEO's Perspective
2. Global Power Generation—Installed Capacity and Electricity Generation
3. Global Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
4. Global Power Generation—Gas and Coal Regional Capacity Growth
5. Global Power Generation—Decarbonising Electricity Production
6. The Last Word—Three Big Predictions
7. Associated Multimedia and Related Research

2 SCOPE AND COVERAGE

Scope and Coverage
1. Scope and Coverage
2. Scope and Coverage

3 GLOBAL OVERVIEW

Global Overview
1. Global Power Generation—Installed Capacity and Electricity Generation
2. Global Power Generation—Installed Capacity Forecast
3. Global Power Generation—Electricity Generation Forecast
4. Global Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
5. Global Power Generation—Growth Trends by Technology
6. Global Power Generation—Fossil-fired Electricity Portfolio
7. Global Power Generation—Gas and Coal Regional Capacity Growth
8. Global Power Generation—Shifting Regional Power Balance
9. Global Power Generation—Regional Shares of Capacity Additions
10. Global Power Generation—Growth Trends by Region
11. Global Power Generation—The Growing Role of Emerging Asia
12. Global Power Generation—Nuclear Revival in the East
13. Global Power Generation—Renewable Capacity Additions
14. Global Power Generation—Renewable Capacity Additions
15. Global Power Generation—The Inexorable Rise of Renewable Energy
16. Global Power Generation—The Growing Role of Solar PV
17. Global Power Generation—The Growing Role of Solar PV
18. Global Power Generation—Toward Carbon-free Power Generation?
19. Global Power Generation—Toward Carbon-free Power Generation?

4 EUROPEAN UNION

European Union
1. EU Power Generation—Capacity and Generation
2. EU Power Generation—Installed Capacity Forecast
3. EU Power Generation—Electricity Generation Forecast
4. EU Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
5. EU Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
6. EU Power Generation—Growth Trends by Technology
7. EU Power Generation—Focus on Renewables

5 RUSSIA

Russia
1. Russian Power Generation—Capacity and Generation
2. Russian Power Generation—Installed Capacity Forecast
3. Russian Power Generation—Electricity Generation Forecast
4. Russian Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
5. Russian Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
6. Russian Power Generation—Growth Trends by Technology
7. Russian Power Generation—Focus on Renewables

6 THE MIDDLE EAST

The Middle East
1. Middle East Power Generation—Capacity and Generation
2. Middle East Power Generation—Installed Capacity Forecast
3. Middle East Power Generation—Electricity Generation Forecast
4. The Middle East Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
5. The Middle East Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
6. Middle East Power Generation—Growth Trends by Technology
7. Middle East Power Generation—Focus on Renewables

7 AFRICA

Africa
1. African Power Generation—Capacity and Generation
2. African Power Generation—Installed Capacity Forecast
3. African Power Generation—Electricity Generation Forecast
4. African Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
5. African Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
6. African Power Generation—Growth Trends by Technology
7. African Power Generation—Focus on Renewables

8 NORTH AMERICA

North America
1. North American Power Generation—Capacity and Generation
2. North American Power Generation—Installed Capacity Forecast
3. North American Power Generation—Electricity Generation Forecast
4. North American Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
5. North American Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
6. North American Power Generation—Growth Trends by Technology
7. North American Power Generation—Focus on Renewables

9 LATIN AMERICA

Latin America
1. Latin American Power Generation—Capacity and Generation
2. Latin American Power Generation—Installed Capacity Forecast
3. Latin American Power Generation—Electricity Generation Forecast
4. Latin American Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
5. Latin American Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
6. Latin American Power Generation—Growth Trends by Technology
7. Latin American Power Generation—Focus on Renewables

10 CHINA

China
1. Chinese Power Generation—Capacity and Generation
2. Chinese Power Generation—Installed Capacity Forecast
3. Chinese Power Generation—Electricity Generation Forecast
4. Chinese Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
5. Chinese Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
6. Chinese Power Generation—Growth Trends by Technology
7. Chinese Power Generation—Focus on Renewables

11 INDIA

India
1. Indian Power Generation—Capacity and Generation
2. Indian Power Generation—Installed Capacity Forecast
3. Indian Power Generation—Electricity Generation Forecast
4. Indian Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
5. Indian Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
6. Indian Power Generation—Growth Trends by Technology
7. Indian Power Generation—Focus on Renewables

12 OTHER DEVELOPING ASIA

Other Developing Asia
1. Other Developing Asia Power Generation—Capacity and Generation
2. Other Developing Asia Power Generation—Installed Capacity Forecast
3. Other Developing Asia Power Generation—Electricity Generation Forecast
4. Other Developing Asia Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
5. Other Dev. Asia Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
6. Other Developing Asia Power Generation—Growth Trends by Technology
7. Other Developing Asia Power Generation—Focus on Renewables

13 OECD ASIA-PACIFIC

OECD Asia-Pacific
1. OECD APAC Power Generation—Capacity and Generation
2. OECD APAC Power Generation—Installed Capacity Forecast
3. OECD APAC Power Generation—Electricity Generation Forecast
4. OECD APAC Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
5. OECD APAC Power Generation—Overview and Key Trends
6. OECD APAC Power Generation—Growth Trends by Technology
7. OECD APAC Power Generation—Focus on Renewables
8. Legal Disclaimer

14 APPENDIX

Appendix
1. Regional Definitions
2. Abbreviations

15 THE FROST and SULLIVAN STORY

The Frost and Sullivan Story
1. The Frost and Sullivan Story
2. Value Proposition—Future of Your Company and Career
3. Global Perspective
4. Industry Convergence
5. 360º Research Perspective
6. Implementation Excellence
7. Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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