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Turkmenistan’s power sector is monopolized by Turkmenenergo State Corporation (Turkmenenergo), which controls all power plants and Transmission and Distribution (T&D) activities. It is controlled by the Ministry of Energy. Turkmenistan relies on gas-based power generation to meet 99.9% of its power requirements and holds the sixth largest gas reserves in the world. The remainder is generated by oil and hydropower, although the overall potential of the latter is low. Solar and wind power however have huge potential, although it has not yet been utilized. Turkmenistan is a net exporter of electricity, and to meet increasing demand and boost its export potential the government is planning to invest $5 billion in the power sector by 2020. A power development plan has been drafted, which will be implemented in two phases to strengthen the power generation and T&D network. Complete report is available at http://www.marketoptimizer.org/snapshot-of-turkmenistans-power-market.html.
Botswana’s power mix is dominated by coal and oil-based power generation. Coal was the sole source of power generation in the country until 2011 due to its cost-effectiveness, availability and abundance. The contribution of renewable energy however is negligible due to the lack of a strong regulatory framework that favours its growth, as well as the lack of resources, except solar. However, in the future Botswana aims to generate 15% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2015, doubling to 30% by 2030. It currently depends on imported electricity to meet its power requirements, but investments are being made in power generation and the transmission sector to meet the demand-supply gap and reduce dependency on imported power. Complete report is available at http://www.marketoptimizer.org/botswana-power-sector-current-supply-and-future-scenario.html.
Scope of Snapshot of Turkmenistan’s Power Market research report includes:
- Turkmenistan’s current power market scenario.
- Turkmenistan’s future investment plans in the power market.
- Turkmenistan’s renewable energy potential.
- The regulatory framework of Turkmenistan’s power sector.
Reasons to buy (Order a copy at http://www.marketoptimizer.org/contacts/purchase?rname=7564):
- Gain insight into Turkmenistan’s current power market structure.
- Identify the active and under construction power plants in Turkmenistan.
- Comprehend the power sector regulatory framework in Turkmenistan.
- Identify the renewable energy potential in Turkmenistan.
- Gain insight into the future investment scenario in Turkmenistan.
Botswana Power Sector – Current Supply and Future Scenario market research report provides information on Botswana power market, structure and regulatory scenario as well as electricity supply and current issues. This report provides following list of data tables:
Table 1: Power Market, Botswana, Expected Power Supply Situation (MW), 2014
Table 2: Power Market, Botswana, Upcoming Power Transmission Projects, 2013-2020
Table 3: Abbreviations
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