Analyzing the Global Small Hydropower Industry

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Small hydropower gives a higher return on investment due to the low capital investment and operational and maintenance costs. Small hydropower plants are easier to construct as the designs are simpler and hence the costs are lower as well. China is the largest market for small hydropower in the world. The small hydropower market in China is driven by rural electrification programs of the Chinese government. Issues with regulatory bodies are leading to a delay in small hydropower plant approvals and this has become a major challenge for the future development of small hydropower.

Aruvian Research analyzes the global small hydropower industry in its research offering Analyzing the Global Small Hydropower Industry. The report begins with an analysis of the global energy and renewable energy industry. Following an introduction to the basics of hydropower, we analyze the global hydropower industry through industry statistics, power generated from hydropower worldwide, the global capacity of hydropower, industry value and the factors impacting the industry.

An introduction to small hydropower is followed by the analysis of the global small hydropower industry which includes a look at power generated from small hydro, the economics of small hydropower, the types of turbines available for small hydropower, etc. Global installed capacity of small hydropower is also analyzed.

The key markets for small hydropower analyzed in this report includes Brazil, China, Italy, Japan and the United States. Each market is analyzed by power generation statistics from small hydropower, capacity of small hydro in the country, regulatory framework governing the industry, economics of small hydropower, industry challenges, amongst other factors.

An analysis of the major players in the global small hydropower industry completes this comprehensive research on the global small hydropower industry from Aruvian Research.

A. Executive Summary

B. Global Energy Industry: Brief Profile
B.1 Industry Definition
B.2 Brief Profile of the Industry
B.3 Looking at the Global Oil Market
B.4 Looking at the Global Natural Gas
B.5 Looking at Other Fuels
B.6 Impacts on the Industry
B.7 Challenges Facing the Industry
B.8 Future Perspective

C. Global Renewable Energy Industry: Brief Profile

D. Introduction to Hydropower & the Global Hydropower Industry
D.1 Overview of Hydropower
D.2 Global Hydropower Industry Overview
D.3 Power Generated from Hydropower
D.4 Global Capacity of Hydropower
D.5 Industry Value
D.6 Factors Impacting the Industry

E. Introduction to Small Hydropower Industry
E.1 Overview of Small Hydropower
E.2 Power Generation from Small Hydro
E.3 Economics of Small Hydropower

F. Analysis of Small Hydropower Turbines
F.1 Overview
F.2 Reaction Turbine
F.3 Impulse Turbine

G. Analyzing the Global Small Hydropower Industry
G.1 Industry Overview
G.2 Power Generated from Small Hydropower
G.3 Small Hydropower Installed Capacity

H. Factors Impacting the Global Small Hydropower Industry
H.1 Benefits of Small Hydropower
H.2 Rising Investment in Wind Power
H.3 Lack of Government Support

I. Small Hydropower Market in Brazil
I.1 Industry Overview
I.2 Power Generated from Small Hydropower
I.3 Small Hydropower Installed Capacity
I.4 Regulatory Framework
I.5 Economics of Small Hydropower in Brazil & Industry Investment
I.6 Industry Challenges

J. Small Hydropower Market in China
J.1 Industry Overview
J.2 Power Generated from Small Hydropower
J.3 Small Hydropower Installed Capacity
J.4 Regulatory Framework
J.5 Economics of Small Hydropower in China & Industry Investment
J.6 Price of Electricity Produced from Hydropower
J.7 Industry Challenges
J.8 Major Players

K. Small Hydropower Market in Italy
K.1 Industry Overview
K.2 Power Generated from Small Hydropower
K.3 Small Hydropower Installed Capacity
K.4 Regulatory Framework
K.5 Industry Challenges

L. Small Hydropower Market in Japan
L.1 Industry Overview
L.2 Power Generated from Small Hydropower
L.3 Small Hydropower Installed Capacity
L.4 Regulatory Framework
L.5 Economics of Small Hydropower in Japan & Industry Investment
L.6 Price of Electricity Produced from Hydropower
L.7 Industry Challenges
L.8 Major Players

M. Small Hydropower Market in the US
M.1 Industry Overview
M.2 Power Generated from Small Hydropower
M.3 Small Hydropower Installed Capacity
M.4 Regulatory Framework
M.5 Economics of Small Hydropower in the US & Industry Investment
M.6 Price of Electricity Produced from Hydropower
M.7 Industry Challenges
M.8 Major Players

N. Major Industry Players
N.1 Alstom
N.1.1 Corporate Profile
N.1.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.1.3 SWOT Analysis
N.2 Centrais Eletricas Brasileiras S.A. – Eletrobras
N.2.1 Corporate Profile
N.2.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.2.3 SWOT Analysis
N.3 Chubu Electric Power Company
N.3.1 Corporate Profile
N.3.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.3.3 SWOT Analysis
N.4 Chugoku Electric Power
N.4.1 Corporate Profile
N.4.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.4.3 SWOT Analysis
N.5 Companhia Energetica de Sao Paulo
N.5.1 Corporate Profile
N.5.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.5.3 SWOT Analysis
N.6 Datang International Power Generation Company Limited
N.6.1 Corporate Profile
N.6.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.6.3 SWOT Analysis
N.7 Electric Power Development Co., Ltd
N.7.1 Corporate Profile
N.7.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.7.3 SWOT Analysis
N.8 IHI Corporation
N.8.1 Corporate Profile
N.8.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.8.3 SWOT Analysis
N.9 Kansai Electric Power Company
N.9.1 Corporate Profile
N.9.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.9.3 SWOT Analysis
N.10 New York Power Authority
N.10.1 Corporate Profile
N.10.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.10.3 SWOT Analysis
N.11 Norsk Hydro ASA
N.11.1 Corporate Profile
N.11.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.11.3 SWOT Analysis
N.12 PG&E Corporation
N.12.1 Corporate Profile
N.12.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.12.3 SWOT Analysis
N.13 Statkraft
N.13.1 Corporate Profile
N.13.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.13.3 SWOT Analysis
N.14 Tennessee Valley Authority
N.14.1 Corporate Profile
N.14.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.14.3 SWOT Analysis
N.15 Tokyo Electric Power Company
N.15.1 Corporate Profile
N.15.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.15.3 SWOT Analysis
N.16 Voith Hydro
N.16.1 Corporate Profile
N.16.2 Business Segment Analysis
N.16.3 SWOT Analysis
N.17 American Hydro Corporation
N.18 Andritz Hydro
N.19 Centrais Eletricas do Norte do Brasil S.A.
N.20 China Three Gorges Corporation
N.21 Companhia Hidro Eletrica do Sao Francisco
N.22 Elkem AS
N.23 Enel Green Power SpA
N.24 State Development & Investment Corporation

O. Glossary of Terms

List of Figures

Figure 1: Proved Reserves of Oil at end of 2011
Figure 2: Proved Reserves of Natural Gas at 2011 (Trillion Cubic Meters)
Figure 3: Control over Production of Remaining Commercial Reserves of Natural Gas
Figure 4: Proved Reserves of Coal at end of 2011
Figure 5: Global Energy Consumption Forecast (2003-2030)
Figure 6: Global Energy Consumption Forecast by Fuel Type (1980-2030)
Figure 7: Installed Capacity of the Global Renewable Energy Industry (in MW), 2012-2020
Figure 8: Global Renewable Energy Generation (in GWh), 2012-2020
Figure 9: Pros & Cons of Hydropower
Figure 10: Power Generated from Hydropower Globally (in TWh), 2012-2020
Figure 11: Installed Capacity of Hydropower Worldwide (in GW), 2012-2020
Figure 12: Hydropower Capacity by Country (%), 2012
Figure 13: Global Hydropower Industry Value (in USD Billion), 2012-2020
Figure 14: How Hydropower is Generated
Figure 15: Financial Benefits of Small Hydropower over Large Hydropower
Figure 16: Social Benefits of Small Hydropower over Large Hydropower
Figure 17: Advantages of Small Hydropower
Figure 18: Power Distribution Systems
Figure 19: Costs of Installing a Small Hydropower Plant
Figure 20: Operation Costs of a Small Hydropower Plant
Figure 21: Types of Small & Mini Hydropower Turbines
Figure 22: Turbine Classification by Head Height
Figure 23: Power Generated from Small Hydropower Worldwide (in GW), 2012-2020
Figure 24: Global Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower (in GW), 2012-2020
Figure 25: Power Generated from Small Hydropower in Brazil (in GWh), 2010, 2015, 2020
Figure 26: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in Brazil (in MW), 2010, 2015, 2020
Figure 27: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in Brazil on a Yearly Basis (in MW), 2010-2020
Figure 28: Investment in the Small Hydropower Industry in Brazil (in USD Million)
Figure 29: Emissions of CO2 from Energy Consumption in Brazil (in Million Metric Tons), 2004-2012
Figure 30: Power Generated from Small Hydropower in China (in GWh), 2010, 2015, 2020
Figure 31: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in China (in MW), 2010, 2015, 2020
Figure 32: Cost of Small Hydropower in China
Figure 33: Investment in the Small Hydropower Industry in China (in USD Million)
Figure 34: Emissions of CO2 from Energy Consumption in China (in Million Metric Tons), 2004-2012
Figure 35: Emissions of CO2 from Energy Consumption per Capita in China (in Metric tons of CO2 per person), 2004-2012
Figure 36: Emissions of CO2 from Coal Consumption in China (in Million Metric Tons), 2004-2012
Figure 37: Power Generated from Small Hydropower in Italy (in GWh), 2010, 2015, 2020
Figure 38: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in Italy (in MW), 2010, 2015, 2020
Figure 39: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in Italy on a Yearly Basis (in MW), 2010, 2015, 2020
Figure 40: Emissions of CO2 from Energy Consumption in Italy (in Million Metric Tons)
Figure 41: Power Generated from Small Hydropower in Japan (in GWh), 2010, 2015, 2020
Figure 42: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in Japan (in MW), 2010, 2015, 2020
Figure 43: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in Japan on a Yearly Basis (in MW), 2010-2020
Figure 44: GHG & CO2 Emissions in Japan (in Million Tons), 2004-2012
Figure 45: Total GHG Emissions in Japan by Gas Types (%), 2012
Figure 46: Emissions of CO2 from Energy Consumption per Capita in Japan (in Metric tons of CO2 per person), 2004-2012
Figure 47: Major Players in the Japan Small Hydropower Industry (%), 2012
Figure 48: Power Generated from Small Hydropower in the US (in GWh), 2010, 2015, 2020
Figure 49: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in the US (in MW), 2010, 2015, 2020
Figure 50: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in the US on a Yearly Basis (in MW), 2010-2020
Figure 51: Cost of Small Hydropower in the US
Figure 52: Investment in the Small Hydropower Industry in the US (in USD Million)
Figure 53: Emissions of CO2 from Energy Consumption in the US (in Million Metric Tons), 2004-2012
Figure 54: Emissions of CO2 from Energy Consumption per Capita in the US (in Metric tons of CO2 per person), 2004-2012
Figure 55: Emissions of CO2 from Coal Consumption in the US (in Million Metric Tons), 2004-2012

List of Tables

Table 1: Installed Capacity of the Global Renewable Energy Industry (in MW), 2012-2020
Table 2: Global Renewable Energy Generation (in GWh), 2012-2020
Table 3: Power Generated from Hydropower Globally (in TWh), 2012-2020
Table 4: Installed Capacity of Hydropower Worldwide (in GW), 2012-2020
Table 5: Global Hydropower Industry Value (in USD Billion), 2012-2020
Table 6: Turbine Classification
Table 7: Power Generated from Small Hydropower Worldwide (in GW), 2012-2020
Table 8: Global Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower (in GW), 2012-2020
Table 9: Power Generated from Small Hydropower in Brazil (in GWh), 2010, 2015, 2020
Table 10: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in Brazil (in MW), 2010, 2015, 2020
Table 11: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in Brazil on a Yearly Basis (in MW), 2010-2020
Table 12: Investment in the Small Hydropower Industry in Brazil (in USD Million)
Table 13: Emissions of CO2 from Energy Consumption in Brazil (in Million Metric Tons), 2004-2012
Table 14: Power Generated from Small Hydropower in China (in GWh), 2010, 2015, 2020
Table 15: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in China (in MW), 2010, 2015, 2020
Table 16: Chinese Government Incentives for Small Hydropower
Table 17: Rural Electrification Policies in China
Table 18: Investment in the Small Hydropower Industry in China (in USD Million)
Table 19: Emissions of CO2 from Energy Consumption in China (in Million Metric Tons), 2004-2012
Table 20: Emissions of CO2 from Energy Consumption per Capita in China (in Metric tons of CO2 per person), 2004-2012
Table 21: Emissions of CO2 from Coal Consumption in China (in Million Metric Tons), 2004-2012
Table 22: Power Generated from Small Hydropower in Italy (in GWh), 2010, 2015, 2020
Table 23: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in Italy (in MW), 2010, 2015, 2020
Table 24: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in Italy on a Yearly Basis (in MW), 2010, 2015, 2020
Table 25: Emissions of CO2 from Energy Consumption in Italy (in Million Metric Tons)
Table 26: Power Generated from Small Hydropower in Japan (in GWh), 2010, 2015, 2020
Table 27: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in Japan (in MW), 2010, 2015, 2020
Table 28: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in Japan on a Yearly Basis (in MW), 2010-2020
Table 29: GHG & CO2 Emissions (in Million Tons) in Japan
Table 30: GHG & CO2 Emissions in Japan (in Million Tons), 2004-2012
Table 31: Emissions of CO2 from Energy Consumption per Capita in Japan (in Metric tons of CO2 per person), 2004-2012
Table 32: Power Generated from Small Hydropower in the US (in GWh), 2010, 2015, 2020
Table 33: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in the US (in MW), 2010, 2015, 2020
Table 34: Installed Capacity of Small Hydropower in the US on a Yearly Basis (in MW), 2010-2020
Table 35: Investment in the Small Hydropower Industry in the US (in USD Million)
Table 36: Emissions of CO2 from Energy Consumption in the US (in Million Metric Tons), 2004-2012
Table 37: Emissions of CO2 from Energy Consumption per Capita in the US (in Metric tons of CO2 per person), 2004-2012
Table 38: Emissions of CO2 from Coal Consumption in the US (in Million Metric Tons), 2004-2012

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