March 27, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
Analysis of the Latin American Large Hydro Turbine Markets
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This research service examines the large hydro turbine market in
, which is segmented into the following product segments: Kaplan, Pelton, and Francis turbines. The region has significant potential due to
's Energy Expansion Program. In this study, the market is strictly associated with hydro power plants, which can be developed or restrained according to hydro power supportive policies and financing. This research service provides installed capacity and revenue forecasts, along with a market share and competitive analysis for participants in the region. Furthermore, conclusions about the future of the market are included. The base year is 2012, and the forecasts run until 2017.
Key Questions This Study Will Answer
• How is the large hydro turbine market structured?• What are the main drivers and restraints underlying the growth of the large hydro turbine market?• Which segments offer the best opportunities for growth?• Is the market growing, how long will it continue to grow, and at what rate?• What revenue forecasts can be expected for the large hydro turbine market from 2013 to 2017?• Is the market comprised of international or local companies?
• Total Market revenue was $X million in 2012, with an installed capacity of X megawatts (MW). Market revenue should reach $X million at the end of forecast period with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of X percent, in line with an installed capacity of X MW.• The large hydro turbine market is unstable, but highly predictable and consolidated in the short and the medium terms. However, competitive conditions may fluctuate substantially when large hydropower projects enter the market.• A slight reduction in the cost of large hydro turbines (LHTs) is expected through the forecast period by means of improvements in production processes, such as greater flexibility.• Turbine costs per MW show a decreasing trend as well, especially with increasing units sold during a single operation. However, high-end products featuring an extra degree of sophistication indicate the opposite trend.• Although
is the leading provider of hydroelectric power, Andean countries will provide better conditions for this type of electricity generation by the end of the forecast period.• Key competitive factors for LHT original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) include the ability to self-finance, a solid and local structure of suppliers, as well as flexible production by means of differentiated capabilities in the region.• Hydropower projects are significant but scarce. Therefore, in order to participate in these types of projects, it is crucial for turbine suppliers to offer a wide portfolio of products and services, namely electromechanical and civil engineering contracts.