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Hydropower (Large Hydro, Small Hydro and Pumped Storage), 2013 Update - Global Market Size, Competitive Landscape, Regulations and Investment Analysis to 2020

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Hydropower (Large Hydro, Small Hydro and Pumped Storage), 2013 Update - Global Market Size, Competitive Landscape, Regulations and Investment Analysis to 2020

Hydropower (Large Hydro, Small Hydro and Pumped Storage), 2013 Update - Global Market Size, Competitive Landscape, Regulations and Investment Analysis to 2020

Summary

"Hydropower (Large Hydro, Small Hydro and Pumped Storage), 2013 Update - Global Market Size, Competitive Landscape, Regulations and Investment Analysis to 2020" is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialists that offer comprehensive information and understanding of the market trends of the alternative energy industry. The report provides an understanding of the global hydropower market including the market analysis of the key countries – the US, Canada, Brazil, Russian Federation, Norway, China, Japan and India. It details historic (2006–2012) and forecast data (2013–2020) for installed capacity and power generation split by large-hydro, small-hydro and pumped storage. It also covers deal analysis, investment analysis, competitive landscape of hydropower project owners and major policies impacting the hydropower market in each of the covered countries. Additionally, the report also covers the three emerging hydropower countries – Mexico, Turkey and Vietnam. Emerging countries chapter details installed capacity and power generation split by large-hydro, small-hydro and pumped storage, deal analysis and major policies impacting the hydropower market of the countries. The report is built using information available from primary and secondary research, and in-house analysis by GlobalData's team of industry experts.

Scope

The report analyses global hydropower market. Its Scope includes -
- The report gives an introduction of the global hydropower market. Major countries included in the report – the US, Canada, Brazil, Russian Federation, Norway, China, Japan and India. In addition, introduction of the three emerging hydropower countries – Mexico, Turkey and Vietnam.
- Historic and forecast statistics for hydropower installed capacity and power generation from 2006 to 2020 globally and for the covered countries.
- The report provides the deal analysis, investment analysis, competitive landscape of hydropower project owners and major policies impacting the hydropower market in each of the key countries – US, Canada, Brazil, Russian Federation, Norway, China, Japan and India.
- The report also provides the deal analysis and major policies impacting the hydropower market for the emerging countries – Mexico, Turkey and Vietnam.

Reasons to buy

The report will enhance your decision making capability. It will allow you to -
- Facilitate decision making based on historic and forecast data for hydropower installed capacity and power generation.
- Develop strategies based on the latest market trends and deals information in the hydropower market.
- Position yourself to gain the maximum advantage of the industry's growth potential by developing strategies based on the latest operational and regulatory events.
- Identify key hydropower market and business development avenues.
- Respond to your competitors' business structure, strategy and prospects.

Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 6
1.1 List of Tables 11
1.2 List of Figures 15
2 Introduction 18
2.1 GlobalData Report Guidance 20
3 Hydropower Market, Global 22
3.1 Hydropower Market, Global, Overview 22
3.2 Hydropower Market, Global, Installed Capacity, 2006–2020 23
3.3 Hydropower Market, Global, Power Generation, 2006–2020 26
3.4 Hydropower Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Country, 2012 29
3.5 Hydropower Market, Global, Deal Analysis, 2006–2012 31
3.6 Hydropower Market, Global, Investment Analysis, 2006–2020 34
3.7 Hydropower Market, Global, Market Forces Analysis 36
3.7.1 Hydropower Market, Global, Hydro Turbine Manufacturers, Market Attractiveness 36
3.7.2 Hydropower Market, Global, Hydro Turbine Manufacturers, Industry Attractiveness 38
3.7.3 Hydropower Market, Global, Key Drivers and Challenges 40
4 Hydropower Market, US 42
4.1 Hydropower Market, US, Overview 42
4.2 Hydropower Market, US, Installed Capacity, 2006–2020 43
4.3 Hydropower Market, US, Power Generation, 2006–2020 46
4.4 Hydropower Market, US, Deal Analysis, 2006–2012 48
4.5 Hydropower Market, US, Investment Analysis, 2006–2020 51
4.6 Hydropower Market, US, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners 53
4.7 Hydropower Market, US, Major Policies 55
4.7.1 Federal Incentives 55
4.7.2 State Level Incentives 56
5 Hydropower Market, Canada 57
5.1 Hydropower Market, Canada, Overview 57
5.2 Hydropower Market, Canada, Installed Capacity, 2006–2020 58
5.3 Hydropower Market, Canada, Power Generation, 2006–2020 61
5.4 Hydropower Market, Canada, Deal Analysis, 2006–2012 63
5.5 Hydropower Market, Canada, Investment Analysis, 2006–2020 66
5.6 Hydropower Market, Canada, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners 68
5.7 Hydropower Market, Canada, Major Policies 70
5.7.1 Federal Incentives 70
5.7.2 Provincial Incentives 71
6 Hydropower Market, Brazil 73
6.1 Hydropower Market, Brazil, Overview 73
6.2 Hydropower Market, Brazil, Installed Capacity, 2006–2020 74
6.3 Hydropower Market, Brazil, Power Generation, 2006–2020 77
6.4 Hydropower Market, Brazil, Deal Analysis, 2006–2012 79
6.5 Hydropower Market, Brazil, Investment Analysis, 2006–2020 82
6.6 Hydropower Market, Brazil, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners 84
6.7 Hydropower Market, Brazil, Major Policies 86
6.7.1 International Action Program, Brazil's Hydropower Program 86
6.7.2 Incentives for Small Hydro Facilities, Law no. 9648 87
7 Hydropower Market, Russia 88
7.1 Hydropower Market, Russia, Overview 88
7.2 Hydropower Market, Russia, Installed Capacity, 2006–2020 89
7.3 Hydropower Market, Russia, Power Generation, 2006–2020 92
7.4 Hydropower Market, Russia, Deal Analysis, 2006–2012 94
7.5 Hydropower Market, Russia, Investment Analysis, 2006–2020 96
7.6 Hydropower Market, Russia, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners 98
7.7 Hydropower Market, Russia, Major Policies 100
8 Hydropower Market, Norway 101
8.1 Hydropower Market, Norway, Overview 101
8.2 Hydropower Market, Norway, Installed Capacity, 2006–2020 102
8.3 Hydropower Market, Norway, Power Generation, 2006–2020 105
8.4 Hydropower Market, Norway, Deal Analysis, 2006–2012 107
8.5 Hydropower Market, Norway, Investment Analysis, 2006–2020 110
8.6 Hydropower Market, Norway, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners 112
8.7 Hydropower Market, Norway, Major Policies 114
8.7.1 Norway, Renewable Energy, Targets 114
8.7.2 Renewable Quota Obligation 114
8.7.3 Norway-Sweden Green Certificate Scheme 115
8.7.4 The Strategy for Small-scale Hydropower 115
9 Hydropower Market, China 116
9.1 Hydropower Market, China, Overview 116
9.2 Hydropower Market, China, Installed Capacity, 2006–2020 117
9.3 Hydropower Market, China, Power Generation, 2006–2020 120
9.4 Hydropower Market, China, Deal Analysis, 2006–2012 122
9.5 Hydropower Market, China, Investment Analysis, 2006–2020 125
9.6 Hydropower Market, China, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners 127
9.7 Hydropower Market, China, Major Policies 129
9.7.1 Brightness Program 129
9.7.2 Financial Incentives for Small Hydropower 129
9.7.3 Rural Electrification Policies for Small Hydropower 130
10 Hydropower Market, Japan 131
10.1 Hydropower Market, Japan, Overview 131
10.2 Hydropower Market, Japan, Installed Capacity, 2006–2020 132
10.3 Hydropower Market, Japan, Power Generation, 2006–2020 135
10.4 Hydropower Market, Japan, Deal Analysis, 2006–2010 137
10.5 Hydropower Market, Japan, Investment Analysis, 2006–2020 140
10.6 Hydropower Market, Japan, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners 142
10.7 Hydropower Market, Japan, Major Policies 144
10.7.1 Project for Development of Small and Medium Hydroelectric Power Plants 144
10.7.2 Feed-in Tariffs for Renewable Energy 144
11 Hydropower Market, India 146
11.1 Hydropower Market, India, Overview 146
11.2 Hydropower Market, India, Installed Capacity, 2006–2020 147
11.3 Hydropower Market, India, Power Generation, 2006–2020 150
11.4 Hydropower Market, India, Deal Analysis, 2006–2012 152
11.5 Hydropower Market, India, Investment Analysis, 2006–2020 155
11.6 Hydropower Market, India, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners 157
11.7 Hydropower Market, India, Major Policies 159
11.7.1 Small Hydropower Program 159
11.7.2 Central Financial Assistance for Hydropower Projects 159
11.7.3 Financial Support to Private Sector, Joint Sector and Cooperative Society 160
11.7.4 Financial Support to State Government, Central Government and Public Sector Units 161
11.7.5 Financial Support for Renovation and Modernization of Small Hydro Projects 162
11.7.6 Regulatory Incentives for Small Hydro Plants 163
12 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets 164
12.1 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Mexico 164
12.1.1 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Mexico, Overview 164
12.1.2 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Mexico, Installed Capacity, 2006–2020 165
12.1.3 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Mexico, Power Generation, 2006–2020 168
12.1.4 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Mexico, Deal Analysis, 2006–2011 170
12.1.5 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Mexico, Major Policies 171
12.2 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Turkey 174
12.2.1 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Turkey, Overview 174
12.2.2 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Turkey, Installed Capacity, 2006–2020 175
12.2.3 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Turkey, Power Generation, 2006–2020 178
12.2.4 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Turkey, Deal Analysis, 2006–2012 180
12.2.5 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Turkey, Major Policies 181
12.3 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Vietnam 188
12.3.1 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Vietnam, Overview 188
12.3.2 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Vietnam, Installed Capacity, 2006–2020 189
12.3.3 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Vietnam, Power Generation, 2006–2020 192
12.3.4 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Vietnam, Deal Analysis, 2006–2012 194
12.3.5 Hydropower Market, Emerging Markets, Vietnam, Major Policies 195
13 Appendix 196
13.1 Definitions 196
13.1.1 Power 196
13.1.2 Installed Capacity 196
13.1.3 Active Installed Capacity 196
13.1.4 Electricity Generation 196
13.1.5 Electricity Consumption 196
13.1.6 Hydropower Plant 196
13.1.7 Renewable Energy Resources 196
13.2 Abbreviations 197
13.3 Bibliography 198
13.4 Coverage 200
13.5 Research Methodology 200
13.5.1 Secondary Research 201
13.5.2 Assumptions 201
13.6 Disclaimer 202

List of Tables

Table 1: Hydropower Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 25
Table 2: Hydropower Market, Global, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 28
Table 3: Hydropower Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity Share by Country (%), 2012 30
Table 4: Hydropower Market, Global, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2020 32
Table 5: Hydropower Market, Global, Split by Deal Type, 2012 33
Table 6: Hydropower Market, Global, Investment Trends ($bn), 2006–2020 35
Table 7: Hydropower Market, US, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 45
Table 8: Hydropower Market, US, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 47
Table 9: Hydropower Market, US, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 49
Table 10: Hydropower Market, US, Split by Deal Type, 2012 50
Table 11: Hydropower Market, US, Investment Trends ($m), 2006–2020 52
Table 12: Hydropower Market, US, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 54
Table 13: Hydropower Market, Canada, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 60
Table 14: Hydropower Market, Canada, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 62
Table 15: Hydropower Market, Canada, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 64
Table 16: Hydropower Market, Canada, Split by Deal Type, 2012 65
Table 17: Hydropower Market, Canada, Investment Trends ($bn), 2006–2020 67
Table 18: Hydropower Market, Canada, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 69
Table 19: Hydropower, Ontario, Feed-In Tariffs, From 2009 71
Table 20: Hydropower Market, Brazil, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 76
Table 21: Hydropower Market, Brazil, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 78
Table 22: Hydropower Market, Brazil, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 80
Table 23: Hydropower Market, Brazil, Split by Deal Type, 2012 81
Table 24: Hydropower Market, Brazil, Investment Trends ($bn), 2006–2020 83
Table 25: Hydropower Market, Brazil, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 85
Table 26: Hydropower Market, Russia, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 91
Table 27: Hydropower Market, Russia, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 93
Table 28: Hydropower Market, Russia, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 95
Table 29: Hydropower Market, Russia, Investment Trends ($m), 2006–2020 97
Table 30: Hydropower Market, Russia, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 99
Table 31: Hydropower Market, Norway, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 104
Table 32: Hydropower Market, Norway, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 106
Table 33: Hydropower Market, Norway, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 108
Table 34: Hydropower Market, Norway, Split by Deal Type, 2012 109
Table 35: Hydropower Market, Norway, Investment Trends ($m), 2006–2020 111
Table 36: Hydropower Market, Norway, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 113
Table 37: Hydropower Market, China, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 119
Table 38: Hydropower Market, China, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 121
Table 39: Hydropower Market, Canada, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 123
Table 40: Hydropower Market, China, Split by Deal Type, 2012 124
Table 41: Hydropower Market, China, Investment Trends ($bn), 2006–2020 126
Table 42: Hydropower Market, China, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 128
Table 43: Financial Incentives for Small Hydropower, China 129
Table 44: Rural Electrification Policies for Small Hydropower, China 130
Table 45: Hydropower Market, Japan, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 134
Table 46: Hydropower Market, Japan, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 136
Table 47: Hydropower Market, Japan, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2020 138
Table 48: Hydropower Market, Japan, Split Deal Type, 2010 139
Table 49: Hydropower Market, Japan, Investment Trends ($m), 2006–2020 141
Table 50: Hydropower Market, Japan, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 143
Table 51: Hydropower Market, India, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 149
Table 52: Hydropower Market, India, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 151
Table 53: Hydropower Market, India, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2020 153
Table 54: Hydropower Market, India, Split by Deal Type, 2012 154
Table 55: Hydropower Market, India, Investment Trends ($bn), 2006–2020 156
Table 56: Hydropower Market, India, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 158
Table 57: Central Financial Assistance for Hydropower Project, India, 2009 159
Table 58: Financial Support for Hydropower, India, Support for Private Sector, Joint Sector and Co-operative Society 160
Table 59: Financial Support for Hydropower, India, Support to Private Sector, Joint Sector and Co-operative Society 161
Table 60: Financial Support for Hydropower, India, Support to Government/State/Public Sector for Renovation and Modernization 162
Table 61: State Feed-In Tariff Details for Small Hydropower Plants, 2012 163
Table 62: Hydropower Market, Mexico, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 167
Table 63: Hydropower Market, Mexico, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 169
Table 64: Hydropower Market, Mexico, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($m), 2006–2011 171
Table 65: Hydropower Market, Turkey, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 177
Table 66: Hydropower Market, Turkey, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 179
Table 67: Hydropower Market, Turkey, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 181
Table 68: Renewable Energy Market, Turkey, FITs (USD/kWh), 2013 185
Table 69: Renewable Energy Market, Turkey, Bonus Payment for "Made-in Components" (USD/kWh), 2011 185
Table 70: Hydropower Market, Vietnam, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 191
Table 71: Hydropower Market, Vietnam, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 193
Table 72: Hydropower Market, Vietnam, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($m), 2006–2012 195
Table 73: Abbreviations 197
Table 74: Classification of Small Hydro and Large Hydro by Country 202

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Hydropower Market, Global, Value Chain 19
Figure 2: Hydropower Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 24
Figure 3: Hydropower Market, Global, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 27
Figure 4: Hydropower Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity Share by Country (%), 2012 29
Figure 5: Hydropower Market, Global, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 31
Figure 6: Hydropower Market, Global, Split by Deal Type, 2012 33
Figure 7: Hydropower Market, Global, Investment Trends ($bn), 2006–2020 34
Figure 8: Hydropower Market, Global, Hydro Turbine Manufacturers, Market Attractiveness 37
Figure 9: Hydropower Market, Global, Hydro Turbine Manufacturers, Industry Attractiveness 39
Figure 10: Hydropower Market, Global, Key Drivers and Restraints 41
Figure 11: Hydropower Market, US, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 44
Figure 12: Hydropower Market, US, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 46
Figure 13: Hydropower Market, US, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 48
Figure 14: Hydropower Market, US, Split by Deal Type, 2012 50
Figure 15: Hydropower Market, US, Investment Trends ($m), 2006–2020 51
Figure 16: Hydropower Market, US, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 53
Figure 17: Hydropower Market, Canada, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 59
Figure 18: Hydropower Market, Canada, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 61
Figure 19: Hydropower Market, Canada, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 63
Figure 20: Hydropower Market, Canada, Split by Deal Type, 2012 65
Figure 21: Hydropower Market, Canada, Investment Trends ($bn), 2006–2020 66
Figure 22: Hydropower Market, Canada, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 68
Figure 23: Hydropower Market, Brazil, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 75
Figure 24: Hydropower Market, Brazil, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 77
Figure 25: Hydropower Market, Brazil, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 79
Figure 26: Hydropower Market, Brazil, Split by Deal Type, 2012 81
Figure 27: Hydropower Market, Brazil, Investment Trends ($bn), 2006–2020 82
Figure 28: Hydropower Market, Brazil Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 84
Figure 29: Hydropower Market, Russia, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 90
Figure 30: Hydropower Market, Russia, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 92
Figure 31: Hydropower Market, Russia, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 94
Figure 32: Hydropower Market, Russia, Investment Trends ($m), 2006–2020 96
Figure 33: Hydropower Market, Russia, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 98
Figure 34: Hydropower Market, Norway, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 103
Figure 35: Hydropower Market, Norway, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 105
Figure 36: Hydropower Market, Norway, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 107
Figure 37: Hydropower Market, Norway, Split by Deal Type, 2012 109
Figure 38: Hydropower Market, Norway, Investment Trends ($m), 2006–2020 110
Figure 39: Hydropower Market, Norway, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 112
Figure 40: Hydropower Market, China, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 118
Figure 41: Hydropower Market, China, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 120
Figure 42: Hydropower Market, China, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 122
Figure 43: Hydropower Market, China, Split by Deal Type, 2012 124
Figure 44: Hydropower Market, China, Investment Trends ($bn), 2006–2020 125
Figure 45: Hydropower Market, China Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 127
Figure 46: Hydropower Market, Japan, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 133
Figure 47: Hydropower Market, Japan, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 135
Figure 48: Hydropower Market, Japan, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2010 137
Figure 49: Hydropower Market, Japan, Split by Deal Type, 2010 139
Figure 50: Hydropower Market, Japan, Investment Trends ($m), 2006–2020 140
Figure 51: Hydropower Market, Japan, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 142
Figure 52: Hydropower Market, India, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 148
Figure 53: Hydropower Market, India, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 150
Figure 54: Hydropower Market, India, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 152
Figure 55: Hydropower Market, India, Split by Deal Type, 2012 154
Figure 56: Hydropower Market, India, Investment Trends ($bn), 2006–2020 155
Figure 57: Hydropower Market, India, Competitive Landscape of Project Owners, 2012 157
Figure 58: Hydropower Market, Mexico, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 166
Figure 59: Hydropower Market, Mexico, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 168
Figure 60: Hydropower Market, Mexico, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($m), 2006–2011 170
Figure 61: Hydropower Market, Turkey, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 176
Figure 62: Hydropower Market, Turkey, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 178
Figure 63: Hydropower Market, Turkey, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($bn), 2006–2012 180
Figure 64: Hydropower Market, Vietnam, Installed Capacity (GW), 2006–2020 190
Figure 65: Hydropower Market, Vietnam, Power Generation (TWh), 2006–2020 192
Figure 66: Hydropower Market, Vietnam, Deal Volume and Deal Value ($m), 2006–2012 194

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