Diversification key to global renewables growth as China soars ahead of competitors
Countries are increasingly broadening their renewable energy portfolios amid challenging market conditions, according to our latest global Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Indices. China leads this trend and retains its top indices ranking.
Renewable energy country attractiveness indices: August 2011
New technologies and a changing customer relationship are driving a fundamental transformation of the power and utilities business model. Market volatility, pricing pressure, variations in market performance and demanding stakeholders all have contributed to this evolution. We explore the top 10 risks and opportunities facing the sector today.
Nuclear perspectives: Making tough decisions in a time of pragmatism
2010 was a year of pragmatism in the global nuclear industry. Many new projects have been planned, with more countries joining the ranks of those aspiring to develop nuclear power. Our 2010 Nuclear perspectives publication updates the previous year’s report, examining the investment climate for new nuclear power in 24 countries across the world.
How power and utilities companies can finance future investment
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