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Increasing Private Sector Participation in the Power Sector will meet the Power Deficit in Emerging Nations - Product Image

Increasing Private Sector Participation in the Power Sector will meet the Power Deficit in Emerging Nations

  • ID: 2368615
  • December 2012
  • 6 pages
  • GlobalData

Increasing Private Sector Participation in the Power Sector will meet the Power Deficit in Emerging Nations

Summary

The rapid development of emerging countries along with the increasing demand for electricity to support this growth requires huge investments and increased private sector participation. With the advent of industrialization and economic development, a huge power deficit was witnessed in emerging nations as power generation failed to meet the demand. State utilities lack the financial resources required for the development of additional capacity to meet demand, which creates an opportunity for private sector participation. Governments are encouraging private sector participation in the power sector to meet the power deficit. Up until the early 1990s, the power sector in emerging nations was shielded from any private sector involvement, but mounting pressure on resources to support capacity additions, repeated delays encountered by state utilities and the increasing demand-supply gap have forced governments to open up their power sector for private sector participation. An increased focus on privatization from these governments has created opportunities for READ MORE >

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1.1 List of Tables
2 Summary
3 Increasing Private Sector Participation in the Power Sector will meet the Power Deficit in Emerging Nations
3.1 Private Sector Investments Essential to Address the Issue of Growing Power Demand in Emerging Economies
3.2 Regulatory Support and Financial Incentives Required to Scale Up Power Generation in Emerging Nations
4 Appendix
4.1 Abbreviations
4.2 Sources
4.3 Methodology
4.4 Contact Us
4.5 Disclaimer

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Abbreviations

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