Western Balkan Countries Wind Power Market: Outlook 2016 - 2025

  • ID: 4316546
  • Report
  • Region: Balkans, Baltic
  • 303 pages
  • Inea Consulting Ltd
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Continental Wind Partners
  • FWT Energy GmbH
  • GreenWorx Holding NV
  • LukErg Renew
  • SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC
  • TW Logisticts (Windstar)
  • MORE

This market report offers an incisive and reliable overview of the wind energy sector of Western Balkans countries for the period 2016 - 2025. Newly installed wind capacity in this region will exceed 6.1 GW in the next 5 years. The number of fully permitted and ready to build projects is promptly increasing. Small wind market segment for turbines below 500 KW in many countries is not developed and forecasted to score significant growth in the near future. The report provides a complete picture of the market situation, dynamics, risks, current issues and future prospects. You will find 300 pages of valuable information in this unique in-depth analysis of the Western Balkans countries wind market.

With comprehensive market data this report brings clear and concise insights, to help investors, manufacturers and service providers in their decision making process. As 2015 and 2016 were challenging years for wind industry, the time for taking right decisions during 2017 and the next few years is limited. Fast changing market environment, requires relevant and accurate information.

Reasons to buy this market report are, but not limited to:

  • Wind resource potential in Western Balkans countries
  • Historical market data provided from 2000 to 2016 and forecasts until 2025
  • Overview of Western Balkans wind energy market development 2000 - 2025 by countries
  • Development scenario of Western Balkans countries wind power sector until 2025
  • Major active and upcoming wind power plants in Western Balkans countries
  • Attractiveness indices for wind energy investments in Western Balkans countries
  • SWOT Analysis (detailed in 5 pages)
  • Overview of Western Balkans legal and regulatory framework for RES generation by countries
  • Competititve Landascape, Project developers and Investors in Western Balkans countries
  • EPC & O&M providers, Equipment manufacturers and Consultants in Western Balkans countries
  • Key organizations and stakeholders affecting development of the wind sector by countries
  • Comprehensive review of smart grid development in Western Balkans countries
  • Investment potential and opportunities
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Continental Wind Partners
  • FWT Energy GmbH
  • GreenWorx Holding NV
  • LukErg Renew
  • SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC
  • TW Logisticts (Windstar)
  • MORE
"FOREWORD
1. METHODOLOGY
1.1. Methodology
1.2. Limitations
2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3. WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES RENEWABLE ENERGY POLICY LANDSCAPE
3.1. RES Regulations and Directives of European Union (EU) affecting Western Balkan countries
3.1.1. Precedent regulations
3.1.2. EU 2030 Framework for climate and energy policies
3.1.3. EU Energy Roadmap 2050
3.1.4. TWENTIES Project
3.1.5. European Technology Platform for Wind Energy (TPWind)
3.1.6. SET Plan
3.2. NATURA 2000 Network
3.3. Energy Community (EC) Treaty
3.4. Renewable energy mandatory targets for EU member states from Western Balkans countries
4. WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES ENERGY MARKET
4.1. General electricity market information
5. WORLD WIND ENERGY MARKET
6. EUROPEAN WIND ENERGY MARKET
7. WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES WIND RESOURCE POTENTIAL AND MAPPING
8. WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES WIND ENERGY MARKET
8.1. Market overview
8.2. Country attractiveness index for wind energy investments
9. COUNTRY PROFILES
9.1. ALBANIA
9.1.1. Albania Wind Energy Market Overview
9.1.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.1.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating wind projects
9.1.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.1.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.2. BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
9.2.1. Bosnia and Herzegovina Wind Energy Market Overview
9.2.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.2.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating wind projects
9.2.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.2.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.3. BULGARIA
9.3.1. Bulgaria Wind Energy Market Overview
9.3.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.3.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating wind projects
9.3.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.3.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.4. CROATIA
9.4.1. Croatia Wind Energy Market Overview
9.4.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.4.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating wind projects
9.4.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.4.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.5. GREECE
9.5.1. Greece Wind Energy Market Overview
9.5.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.5.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating wind projects
9.5.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.5.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.6. KOSOVO
9.6.1. Kosovo Wind Energy Market Overview
9.6.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.6.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating wind projects
9.6.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.6.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.7. MACEDONIA
9.7.1. Macedonia Wind Energy Market Overview
9.7.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.7.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating wind projects
9.7.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.7.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.8. MONTENEGRO
9.8.1. Montenegro Wind Energy Market Overview
9.8.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.8.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating wind projects
9.8.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.8.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.9. ROMANIA
9.9.1. Romania Wind Energy Market Overview
9.9.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.9.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating wind projects
9.9.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.9.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.10. SERBIA
9.10.1. Serbia Wind Energy Market Overview
9.10.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.10.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating wind projects
9.10.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.10.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.11. SLOVENIA
9.11.1. Slovenia Wind Energy Market Overview
9.11.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.11.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating wind projects
9.11.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.11.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
9.12. TURKEY
9.12.1.Turkey Wind Energy Market Overview
9.12.2. Renewable Energy Incentives and Generation Capacity Mandatory Target
9.12.3. Major deals, M&A activity, major planned, development and operating wind projects
9.12.4. RES Legal and Regulatory Framework
9.12.5. Key Stakeholders, Organizations and Institutions
10. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SUPPORT SCHEMES IN WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES. FEED-IN TARIFFS AND GREEN CERTIFICATES
11. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF MANDATORY CAPACITY GENERATION TARGETS IN WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES
12. ELECTRICITY GRID NETWORK IN WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES
12.1. Transmission System Operators (TSO’s)
12.2. Distribution System Operators (DSO’s)
12.3. Grid connection constraints
13. SMART GRID DEVELOPMENT IN WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES
13.1. Smart Grid and Super Smart Grid Concept
13.2. Smart grids development in the Western Balkan countries
14. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE. PROJECT DEVELOPERS AND INVESTORS IN WESTERN BALKANS WIND ENERGY MARKET
15. EPC AND O&M PROVIDERS, EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS AND CONSULTANTS IN WESTERN BALKANS WIND ENERGY MARKET
16. SWOT ANALYSIS OF WESTERN BALKANS WIND ENERGY MARKET
17. RISKS ABOUT WIND INVESTMENTS IN WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES
17.1. Risks Associated with the Wind Energy Industry in Western Balkan countries
17.1.1. Regulatory Risk
17.1.2. Competition within the Wind Energy Industry
17.1.3. Public Attitudes towards Wind Energy Projects
17.1.4. Emerging Market Risk
17.1.5. Insurance Risk
17.1.6. Force Majeure Risk
17.2. Risks Associated with the Investor’s Finance Arrangements
17.2.1. Asset Sale Risk
17.2.2. Borrowing Risk
17.2.3. Foreign Exchange Risk
17.3. Risks Associated with the Development of Wind Energy Plants
17.3.1. Variability in the Source of Wind Energy
17.3.2. Development of the Project and Construction Risk
17.3.3. Capital Cost Risk
17.3.4. Permits
17.3.5. Land Options
17.3.6. Construction
17.3.7. Dependency on Suppliers
17.3.8. Technology Risk
17.3.9. Operation and Maintenance Risk
17.3.10. Market Price of Electricity
18. INVESTMENT TRENDS, POTENTIAL AND OPPORTUNITIES IN WESTERN BALKAN WIND ENERGY MARKET
19. CONCLUSIONS
20. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
21. REFERENCES
22. DISCLAIMER
23. APPENDIX I. WIND MAPS OF EUROPE AND WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES

MAP 1: The synchronous grids of Europe (ENTSO-E)
MAP 2: Interconnection Grid Map of Western Balkan countries, ENTSO-E, 2016
MAP 3: Wind resource potential of Western Balkan countries. Mean wind speed at 80 m., 2016
MAP 4: Wind Resource Map of Albania
MAP 5: Wind Resource Map of Bosnia and Herzegovina
MAP 6: Wind Resource Map of Bulgaria
MAP 7: Wind Resource Map of Croatia
MAP 8: Wind Resource Map of Greece
MAP 9: Wind Resource Map of Macedonia
MAP 10: Wind Resource Map of Romania
MAP 11: Wind Resource Map of Serbia
MAP 12: Slovenia Wind Resource Map
MAP 13: Turkey Wind Speed and Power Density Map
MAP 14: Smart Grid Projects Map in Europe 2016, JRC
Map 15: Mean 80-m wind speeds in Europe and Western Balkan countries from Stanford University
Map 16: Global Mean Wind Speed at 80 m, 3TIER Inc.
Map 17: European Wind Atlas, Risø DTU National Laboratory, Denmark

Chart 1: Technology Road Map for Wind Energy Development, SET Plan
Chart 2: World Total Installed Cumulative Wind Capacity 1997 - 2016
Chart 3: World New Installed Wind Capacity 1998 - 2016
Chart 4: Top 10 Countries by Growth Rate (in %). Markets bigger than 200 MW, 2016
Chart 5: Shares in New Installed Wind Capacity by Continents (in %), 2016
Chart 6: World Cumulative Wind Power Installations in GW for 1997 - 2026
Chart 7: EU Member States Shares for New Installed Wind Capacity in 2016 in MW
Chart 8: Share of New Power Capacity Installations in EU 2016 in MW
Chart 9: Share of New Renewable Power Capacity Installations in the EU in MW in 2016
Chart 10: Installed Power Generating Capacity in MW and RES share in the EU for 2000 - 2016
Chart 11: Net Electricity Generating Installations in the EU for 2000 - 2016 in GW
Chart 12: Annual Wind Power Installations in the EU in GW for 2000 - 2016
Chart 13: Cumulative Wind Power Installations in the EU in GW for 2000 - 2016
Chart 14: Cumulative developments of wind power plants in Western Balkan countries in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 15: Cumulative developments of wind power plants in Albania in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 16: Cumulative developments of wind power plants in Bosnia and Herzegovina in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 17: Bulgarian RES targets in % set by the EU
Chart 18: Cumulative developments of wind power plants in Bulgaria in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 19: Cumulative developments of wind power plants in Croatia in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 20: Cumulative developments of wind power plants in Greece in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 21: Cumulative developments of wind power plants in Kosovo in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 22: Cumulative developments of wind power plants in Macedonia in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 23: Cumulative developments of wind power plants in Montenegro in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 24: Cumulative developments of wind power plants in Romania in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 25: Cumulative developments of wind power plants in Serbia in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 26: Cumulative developments of wind power plants in Slovenia in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 27: Turkish RES targets for 2023 in % set by the State Planning Organization
Chart 28: Cumulative developments of wind power plants in Turkey in MW from 2000 to 2025, including estimates
Chart 29: Mandatory capacity generation targets for share of renewable energies in Western Balkan countries from 2005 to 2025
Chart 30: Forecast for total Net Generation Capacity in the EU by source type 2016 - 2030
Chart 31: RWE Group position on individual markets (by sales) in 2016
Chart 32: Map of RWE Group Operations in Western Balkan countries
Chart 33: Map of CEZ Group Operations in Western Balkan countries
Chart 34: Smart Grid Model Concept
Chart 35: The SuperSmart Grid Diagram
Chart 36: Cumulative number of smart grid projects in selected Western Balkan countries compared to average EU number, 2000 ÷ 2016
Chart 37: Cumulative budget of smart grid projects in selected Western Balkan countries compared to average EU numbers, 2000 ÷ 2016

Table 1: Support schemes for RES generation in the EU countries
Table 2: Attractiveness index for wind energy investments in Western Balkan countries in 2017
Table 3: Feed-in tariff for wind energy in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Table 4: Feed-in tariff for wind energy in Bulgaria
Table 5: Feed-in tariff for wind energy in Croatia
Table 6: Feed-in tariff for wind energy in Greece
Table 7: Feed-in tariff for wind energy in Macedonia
Table 8: Feed-in tariffs for wind energy in Montenegro
Table 9: Green certificates for wind energy in Romania
Table 10: Feed-in tariff for wind energy in Serbia
Table 11: Feed-in-tariffs for electricity from rooftop photovoltaic energy in Slovenia
Table 12: Feed-in tariff for wind energy in Slovenia
Table 13: Feed-in tariff for wind energy in Turkey
Table 14: Additional incentives to Feed-in-tariffs for electricity from wind sources in Turkey for domestic procurement
Table 15: Support schemes in Western Balkan countries. Comparative analysis 2017
Table 16: List of TSO's in Western Balkan countries 2014
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  • Continental Wind Partners
  • Enercon
  • FWT Energy GmbH
  • Gazprom
  • GreenWorx Holding NV
  • Guris Holding AS
  • LukErg Renew
  • Monsson Group
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  • Siemens
  • TW Logisticts (Windstar)
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