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Global Electric Utilities Industry 2012-2017: Trend, Profit, and Forecast Analysis

NEW YORK, Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Electric Utilities Industry 2012-2017: Trend, Profit, and Forecast Analysis

http://www.reportlinker.com/p01023609/Global-Electric-Utilities-Industry...

Background:

Substantial growth in development of transmission line expansion and upgrades for existing lines or replacement of aging assets are anticipated to boost the industry globally. The global electric market is expected to reach an estimated US $2,218 billion in 2017 with a CAGR of 3.7% over the next five years (2012-2017).

Lucintel, a leading global management consulting and market research firm, has analyzed the global electric utilities industry and presents its findings in "Global Electric Utilities Industry 2012-2017: Trend, Profit and Forecast Analysis."

The global electric utilities industry is fragmented with many public and private players in the market. The industry is expected to witness moderate growth over the next five years.

Technological advancement and projected growth in electric appliances are likely to drive electricity consumption. Heavy investment in renewable distributed energy generation, energy storage, and plug-in electric vehicles is projected. The trend of unbundling utilities into generators, transmission system operators, and distribution is expected to increase. New government policies for shift in fuel source from coal to natural-gas fired power and green power will positively affect the industry Lucintel's research indicates that in power demand surged by electricity consumption of electric appliances, as spending power rises in the developing economies of APAC and ROW.

As per the study, GDP growth, population growth, urbanization, liberalized regulations, emerging economy, industrial and transportation sector consumption, and clean energy are the majors drivers of the industry. Environmental issues deregulation, and competition is expected to pose serious challenges on electricity market. The industry is expected to face some challenges such as carbon emission, ageing workforce and infrastructure, reducing consumer costs, security and technological advancement, utilities performance, operational effectiveness, and escalating fuel cost.

This study is intended to provide concise overview of the global electric utilities industry. The report tracks one market segment for four regions – thus it tracks four segments of the global electric utilities industry.

This comprehensive guide from Lucintel provides readers with valuable information and the tools needed to successfully drive critical business decisions with a thorough understanding of the market's potential. This report will save Lucintel clients hundreds of hours in personal research time on a global market and it offers significant benefits in expanding business opportunities throughout the global electric utilities industry. In a fast-paced ever-changing world, business leaders need every advantage available to them in a timely manner to drive change in the market and to stay ahead of their competition. This report provides business leaders with a keen advantage in this regard by making them aware of emerging trends and demand requirements on an annual basis.

Features and Scope of this Report:

To make any investment or strategic decision, you need adequate and timely information. This market report fulfills this core need. Some of the features of this market report are:

· Industry size estimates in terms of (US $) value and volume by regions and by segment

· Global electric utilities industry analysis annual trend (2006-2011) and forecast (2012- 2017)

· Porter's Five Force analysis

· New product launch and merger and acquisition activity in global electric utilities industry

· Quarterly demand trend (Q1 2010-Q4 2011)and forecast analysis (Q1 2011 – Q4 2012) for global electric utilities industry

· Gross and net profit trends in the global electric utilities industry

· Cost structure trend in the global as well as regional electric utilities industry

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Executive Summary

2. Industry Definition and Scope

3. Industry Overview

4. Global Macroeconomic Overview

5. Industry Trends

6. Industry Forecasts

7. Emerging Trends

8. Conclusions

List of Figures

CHAPTER 3. Industry Overview

Figure 3.1: External forces shaping global electric utilities industry

CHAPTER 4. Global Macroeconomic Overview

Figure 4.1: Global GDP growth rate trend

Figure 4.2: Global inflation rate trend

Figure 4.3: Global population growth rate trend

Figure 4.4: Global unemployment rate trend

Figure 4.5: Regional GDP growth rate trend

Figure 4.6: Regional inflation rate trend

Figure 4.7: Regional population growth rate trend

Figure 4.8: Regional unemployment rate trend

CHAPTER 5. Industry Trends

Figure 5.1: Global electric utilities industry revenue annual trend 2006-11 (US $B)

Figure 5.2: Global electric utilities industry consumption annual trend: 2006-11 (TWh)*

Figure 5.3: Global electric utilities industry regional trend: 2006-11 (US $B)

Figure 5.4: Global electric utilities industry regional trend: 2006-11 (%)

Figure 5.5: Global electric utilities industry regional trend 2006-11 (TWh)*

Figure 5.6: Global electric utilities industry regional trend 2006-11 (%)

Figure 5.7: Global electric utilities industry segment distribution 2011(e)

Figure 5.8: Global electric utilities industry quarterly trend: 2010-11 (US $B)

Figure 5.9: Global electric utilities industry quarterly trend 2010-11 (US $B)

Figure 5.10: Global electric utilities industry profitability trend: 2006-11

Figure 5.11: Global electric utilities industry revenue per employee trend: 2006-11

Figure 5.12: Cost electric utilities industry 2006-11

Figure 5.13: Cost structure in North American electric utilities industry 2006-11

Figure 5.14: Cost structure in electric utilities industry: 2006-11

Figure 5.15: Cost structure in Asia Pacific electric utilities industry: 2006-11

Figure 5.16: Top five companies v/s electric utilities industry gross profit & net profit

analysis: 2011

Figure 5.17: Cash on hand for global electric utilities industry 2006-11 (US $B)

Figure 5.18: Cash on hand for global electric utilities industry 2006-11 (%)

Figure 5.19: Asset for global electric utilities industry2006-11 (US $B)

Figure 5.20: Asset for global electric utilities industry 2006-11 (%)

Figure 5.21: Debt for global electric utilities industry 2006-11 (US $B)

Figure 5.22: Debt for global electric utilities industry 2006-11 (%)

Figure 5.23: Industry shares of top players in global electric utilities industry in 2006

Figure 5.24: Industry shares of top players in global electric utilities industry in 2011

Figure 5.25: Global electric utilities industry 2006 industry share analysis

Figure 5.26: Global electric utilities industry 2011 industry share analysis

CHAPTER 6. Industry Forecasts

Figure 6.1 Global electric utilities industry annual forecast 2012-17 (US $B)

Figure 6.2 Global electric utilities industry quarterly forecast 2011-12 (US $B)

Figure 6.3: Global GDP growth rate forecast

Figure 6.4: Global inflation rate forecast

Figure 6.5: Global population growth rate forecast

Figure 6.6: Global unemployment rate forecast

Figure 6.7: Regional GDP growth rate forecast

Figure 6.8: Regional inflation rate forecast

Figure 6.9: Regional population growth rate forecast

Figure 6.10: Regional unemployment rate forecast

Figure 6.11: Global electric utilities industry regional forecast 2012-17 (US $B)

Figure 6.12: Global electric utilities industry regional forecast 2012-17 (%)

Figure 6.13: Global electric utilities industry regional forecast 2012-17 (TWh)

Figure 6.14: Global electric utilities industry regional forecast 2012-17 (%)

CHAPTER 7. Emerging Trends

Figure 7.1: Global electric utilities industry opportunity by region

List of Tables

CHAPTER 3. Industry Overview

Table 3.1: Industry parameters of global electric utilities industry

Table 3.2: Relative industry attractiveness by region

CHAPTER 5. Industry Trends

Table 5.1: Regional revenue growth rate

Table 5.2: Percentage change in cost structure

Table 5.3: Percentage change in cash on hand

Table 5.4: Percentage change in total asset

Table 5.5: Percentage change in total debt

Table 5.6: Key companies by revenue growth

Table 5.7: Key companies by revenue decline

CHAPTER 6. Industry Forecasts

Table 6.1: Global electric utilities industry forecast growth rate

Table 6.2: Global electric utilities forecast growth rate by volume

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