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News5050 – Project Profile

April 11, 2017

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The Report:

This report is based on Timetric’s Construction Intelligence Center (CIC) which is currently tracking power generation construction projects in Asia-Pacific, with a total of capacity of 1,103.9 GW. The total value of this construction projects pipeline (which includes projects from the announced to execution stages) stands at US$1.67 trillion. Coal power has the largest share of generating capacity reflecting the region’s dependence on the fuel, compared to the reduction in coal use in Western countries. Coal power projects account for almost 50% of additional generating capacity, with 522.5GW, followed by hydroelectric with 201.1GW and nuclear with 149.3GW.

Scope

The report provides analysis based on CIC projects showing total project values for 35 Asia-Pacific countries. Analysis is also provided for value and MW added by country and top European project listings. Top participants for the sector are also shown.

Highlights

Based on the projects tracked by the CIC, India has the highest-value projects pipeline, with US$454.5 billion, followed by China with US$393.5 billion. In terms of project pipeline values, coal projects head up investment for Asia-Pacific with US$601.4 billion, followed by nuclear projects with US$347.8 billion. Hydroelectric and solar projects are valued at US$342.4 billion and US$122.6 billion, respectively and wind power projects are valued at US$115.9 billion.

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