Customer Login:

   
Username
 
Password
   


Register    |    Forgot Password?    |    Close
 
 
Renewable Electricity Sector Country Assessment: Ireland
Click here for free
Country report (Ireland)


This report gives a comprehensive overview and analysis of the renewable electricity sector in Ireland. The analysis is provided across six primary indices used to categorise opportunity and risk.

For further explanation about the indices, see Our Process.


Renewable Electricity Incentives in the OECD, China and India 2011/2012: Investment and Operating Support Programmes (price: £350 + VAT)



Please click here for a
sample chapter (Belgium)




このレポートの日本語版
サンプルとして、「ベルギー」
をご覧下さい




Please click here for a flyer.

Key features of this report:

  • Quick and easy comparisons of the latest solar and wind power incentives.
  • An authoritative source for 33 major countries including China and India.
  • Key market statistics describing the climate for renewable electricity investment.

  Current Reports:

European Renewable Electricity Sector 2009/2010: A Country Comparison of Risks and Opportunities
An investment guide for renewable power projects in 20 EU countries

Updated from the 2008 edition, this report uses a series of indices to provide a detailed rating of 20 EU countries in a systematic format. These indices offer a means of assessing the key aspects of the renewable electricity sectors in question and offer a more comprehensive basis for informed analysis, evaluation and decision making.

This expanded and updated 2009/10 edition of London Research International's original pioneering report provides a greater depth and range of analysis, covering 20 EU member states and including a year-on-year comparison of the changes to the risks and opportunities in each EU member state.

Please click for table of contents, presentation, and flyer.

Originally priced at £1,500, now available for £499.

Renewable Electricity Sector Assessment: China
This report gives a comprehensive overview and analysis of the renewable electricity sector in China. The analysis is provided across six primary indices used to categorise opportunity and risk. There are a further series of sub-indices or measures to provide a comparative value for each of the critical features of the primary indices. For further explanation about the indices, see Our Process.

This report is part of REdatabase's larger publication, The Asian Renewable Electricity Sector 2010/11: A Country Assessment of Risks and Opportunities.

Renewable Electricity Incentives in Central and South America, 2011/2012: Investment and Operating Support Programme
Renewable electricity is continually being deployed as both developed and developing countries acknowledge the urgent need to cut GHG emissions and the contribution that renewable energy can make towards energy security. However, the high cost of deployment is such that government incentives continue to be required.

Incentive schemes have already been established in various countries to attract investor capital and spur development. A major challenge for renewable power developers lies in identifying which of these incentive schemes offer good value for money and the predictability needed to justify the initial capital outlay.

This report is an authoritative source allowing for quick and easy comparison of the latest incentives on offer for different renewable technologies in 11 Central and South American countries. Combining key electricity market statistics with an analysis of operating and investment incentives for each country, the report provides concise but comprehensive information regarding the climate for renewable electricity investment. .

Please click for a flyer.
 Technology Reports


      1. The Tidal and Wave Energy Industry Outlook 2013/14: UK and Global Perspectives

      2. Geothermal Energy Development in Indonesia: An Investor’s Guide

      3. European Solar Power Sector Analysis: Vertical Integration and Progress towards Grid Parity


The Tidal and Wave Energy Industry Outlook 2013/14: UK and Global Perspectives
Estimated global potential from marine energy is huge, with unexploited tidal and wave power generation capacities up to 1TW and 80TW’s respectively. In the UK it is estimated that marine energy could be worth as much as £6 billion and generate 20,000 jobs by 2035, with some forecasts suggesting the sector could be worth a staggering £76 billion by 2050.

In this publication, London Research International (LRI) has identified specific tidal and wave energy technologies which are deemed to hold the most potential for utility scale energy production.

Company case studies detail the competitive edge of each technology, as well as revealing the size of investment each developer is seeking. The report concludes by summarizing the business, investment and technological potential for marine energy in 2013/14.

This report is an invaluable resource for developers and investors seeking to enter the Marine energy sector.

Last Modified: September 2013
Total pages: 93

How to purchase a digital copy of the report



Digital copy: £250 (+VAT)
Hard copy: £250





Geothermal Energy Development in Indonesia: An Investor’s Guide
Indonesia has the largest potential for geothermal energy in the world. Already seven geothermal plants are in operation with a total installed capacity of 7,459 MW. The on-going Second 1,000-MW Fast Track Power Development Program includes development of an additional capacity of 4,733 MW, a large part of which is open for investment by the private sector. With the enactment of the 2003 Geothermal Law and the 2007 Government Regulation on Geothermal Business, the legal and regulatory environment has been significantly enhanced.

This report provides investors a concise description of the Indonesian geothermal power sector including the development approval process and a list of projects waiting for tender.

Last Modified: May 2010
Total pages: 23

How to purchase a digital copy of the report



Digital copy: £90 (+VAT)
Hard copy: £90





European Solar Power Sector Analysis: Vertical Integration and Progress towards Grid Parity
An analysis of 108 companies in terms of their strategies for vertical integration and financial outcomes

Obtaining consumer grid parity and improving the cost competitiveness of large solar power plants are the most ambitious industry goals in the solar PV sector. Drawing on its extensive research and consulting experience in the field of European renewable electricity, LRI has developed a model which describes and analyses these goals and demonstrates how efficiency improvement and cost reduction are driving overall progress towards both.

Through a measurement and the analysis of many factors contributing to the changes in solar PV system efficiencies, the value chain and the current state of government incentives, the relationship between numerous external and internal industry factors is clarified, and a more detailed picture is established of both the current state of the sector and its likely future.

Please click for table of contents, presentation, and flyer.

The use of the digital copy you purchase is limited to your organisation in your country only.

Originally priced at £299 now available for £150.

Last Modified: October 2009
Total pages: 100

How to purchase a digital copy of the report

How to purchase a hard copy of the report




Digital copy: £150 (+VAT)
Hard copy: £150





 


LowCarbonEconomy.com - a central resource for the low carbon economy, connecting people and businesses with low carbon products and services, information, initiatives, and each other

We promote and develop renewable energy projects, focusing on solar, wind and hydro power plants in Spain.

We supply 100% green energy certified by the CNE. We are also market agents for renewable plants with CNE, OMEL and REE.


























© Copyright 2009 - 2011 London Research International Ltd. All rights reserved. London Research International | Privacy Policy and Legal Notice | Terms and Conditions