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  • 20/02/2018 — Note

    Global Solar 2017 Year in Review and 2018 Outlook

    20/02/2018 — Note
    Global Solar 2017 Year in Review and 2018 Outlook
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    This Note looks back on the year 2017 in the global solar PV market and provides an outlook for the industry in 2018. A total of 99GW of solar energy were installed in 2017, more than half of that in China. 2018 could bring new record-low solar prices due to declining costs and aggressive bidding. A hot contender for record-breaking could be Saudi Arabia's Round 2 auction. 

    This Note is shared from the GTM Service.

  • 13/02/2018 — Flash Note

    A Wave of Announcements Boost US Offshore Wind Outlook

    13/02/2018 — Flash Note
    A Wave of Announcements Boost US Offshore Wind Outlook
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    This Flash Note analyses the recent spate of announcements pertaining to offshore wind procurements in the Northeast US. A forecast upgrade of the base case is discussed, as is a bull case outlook based on renewed policy development progress in New Jersey. Various considerations, including the availability of federal lease areas, transmission constraints, the construction of a domestic turbine installation vessel and a localized manufacturing supply chain are also examined in depth.

  • 12/02/2018 — Note

    Mexico gas and power reform: a brewing storm or ready to perform?

    12/02/2018 — Note
    Mexico gas and power reform: a brewing storm or ready to perform?
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    Mexico's power market reforms have made it one of the world's most dynamic energy markets. The wind, solar, and natural gas industries have all looked to Mexico to drive new growth, and their ability to capture greater Mexican market share is increasingly interdependent. While 2017 saw record low wind and solar contracts in Mexico, a spike in wholesale power prices appears to be a step backwards on the promise of lower prices through market reform. Related, CFE has had to buy expensive winter LNG on the global market, to meet domestic demand in 2017 and early 2018. This comes despite massive gas infrastructure investment in Mexico, including connections to the prolific Permian play in West Texas. Why is there upward pressure on the gas and power prices, and is this a sign that the reform process is not working?

    This Note is shared from the Wood Mackenzie Latin America Gas & Power Service.

  • 09/02/2018 — Database

    Global Wind Turbine Order Database

    09/02/2018 — Database
    Global Wind Turbine Order Database
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    This database is updated on a monthly basis and includes:

    • Continuous monitoring and tracking of the latest wind turbine order developments in the industry

    • A comprehensive overview of tracked onshore and offshore orders year-to-date

    • Insight into recently awarded projects

    • Tracking for 40+ wind turbine OEMs globally

     

  • 08/02/2018 — Flash Note

    Argentina Becoming the Next Growth Market in Latin America

    08/02/2018 — Flash Note
    Argentina Becoming the Next Growth Market in Latin America
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    This Flash Note analyses the project pipeline in Argentina and compares it to the prior GENREN program. The note assesses other market dynamics impacting the nascent Argentine market including supply chain investment, project financing and transmission.

  • 05/02/2018 — Note

    How Can China's Northeast Overcome its Renewable Challenges?

    05/02/2018 — Note
    How Can China's Northeast Overcome its Renewable Challenges?
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    The challenges Jilin has faced are a good representation of renewables development in China as a whole, with many provinces coming up against similar hurdles. Through learning Jilin’s lessons, we hope to shed some light on the region’s future energy layout and rationalisation, and on the implications for China.

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