Electric Power Outlook for Latin America 2017: New Opportunities amid an Uneven Recovery

  • ID: 3984563
  • Report
  • Region: America, America (exc North), Latin America, South America
  • 26 Pages
  • BNamericas
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Most Countries Will See at Least a Marginal Improvement from 2016, Which Will be Reflected in Their Electricity Consumption

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Abengoa SA
  • AES Corp.
  • Canadian Solar Inc
  • CPFL Energía
  • Enel Green Power Spa
  • Grupo Isolux Corsan SA
  • MORE

The Electric Power Outlook for 2017 uses data from the major energy publications, interviews with industry insiders and analysts, information from companies and governments, along with its own in-house content to provide the reader a picture of where the electric power industry is headed in Latin America next year. The report includes graphs and tables illustrating the major trends in the industry.

Activity in the Latin American power industry has not stagnated. The region is bringing new capacity online and expanding, sometimes belatedly, its electrical grids to accommodate the new generators. Renewable energy sources, wind and solar in particular, continue to break new ground and will likely be a major focus on the 2017 energy agenda's of many Latin American governments.

Readers of the report include companies interested or involved in electricity in Latin America, government agencies, NGOs and analysts in the field. Information is provided on all the participants in the report should further information be required."

Most outlooks cautiously predict that economies in Latin America and the Caribbean will begin to gradually pick up in 2017. This should provide a boost to electricity demand, which closely tracks the region's economic health, but the recovery is likely to be uneven, given that certain countries have fared far worse than others. Even as electricity consumption has cooled off in the last few years, activity in the Latin American power industry has not stagnated.

The region is bringing new capacity online and expanding, sometimes belatedly, its electrical grids to accommodate the new generators. Renewable energy sources, wind and solar in particular, continue to break new ground and will likely be a major focus on the 2017 energy agenda's of many Latin American governments.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Abengoa SA
  • AES Corp.
  • Canadian Solar Inc
  • CPFL Energía
  • Enel Green Power Spa
  • Grupo Isolux Corsan SA
  • MORE

1. Introduction

  • Figure: Electricity Usage
  • Figure: Installed Capacity

2. Renewables

  • Figure: Tenders

3. Conventional Sources

  • Figure: Production Share
  • M&A Overview

4. Argentina

  • Figure: Renewables Goals

5. Brazil

6. Chile

  • Figure: Construction

7. Colombia

8. Mexico

  • Figure: Supply Mix Outlook

9. Peru

  • Figure: Reserve Cushion

10. Conclusion

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  • AES Corp.
  • Abengoa SA
  • Acciona Energia
  • BNDES Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Economico e Social
  • Banco BTG Pactual
  • Brookfield Asset management Inc
  • CELG: Distribuicao SA
  • CPFL Energía
  • Canadian Solar Inc
  • China three gorges corporation ctg
  • Comisión Federal de Electricidad CFE"
  • Comisión de Regulación de Energía y Gas
  • Duke Energy Corp.
  • Eletrobras: Centrais Eletricas Brasileiras SA
  • Enel Green Power Spa
  • Equatorial Energía SA
  • Grupo Isolux Corsan SA
  • Iberdrola SA
  • Isagen SA
  • Jinkosolar Holdings Co Ltd
  • Mainstream Renewable Power Ltd
  • State Grid Corporation of China
  • Sunedison Inc
  • The world bank group
  • WPD Chile Spa
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