Energy concerns are a dominant challenge to businesses and governments around the world. Managing existing electricity usage, ensuring power up-time, and planning for growth are all vital when it comes to electricity and resources.
Frost & Sullivan’s Power Generation Program Area looks at conventional and renewable power equipment and services.
Our coverage is global, with contributing analysts on all five continents that specialize in the critical aspects of electricity generation, including:
- Fuel Mix
- Power equipment
- Power plant services
- Renewable and alternative power
Meet the Team
Partner & Vice President
Business Unit leader, Energy & Environment, Africa
Frost & Sullivan's expertise in Power Generation research and consulting includes work in the following dynamic areas:
Increasing power demand combined with insufficient grid reliability drive power at both central and distributed levels, as well as long-term temporary power solutions.
Changing Business Models
Moving from a sole central power system to one that incorporates distributed power sources and energy storage technologies will have power generators rethinking strategies.
Asian companies dominate global energy storage and solar PV markets, and are increasing their play in generator sets and other on-site power solutions.
Fossil Fuels Still Key
While much of Europe and the US move toward more renewable energy, natural gas is a growing fuel source and coal is still king in much of Asia.
IoT & Big Data Analytics
Leveraging IoT data from users and buildings, the grid, cities, and different power sources will be necessary to balance an increasingly complex energy landscape.
Sustainability and Carbon Footprint
Mounting pressure on governments to reduce environmental emissions help grow renewable energy solutions as well as better emission controls for fossil power.
Increasing power demand combined with insufficient grid reliability drive power at both central and distributed levels, as well as long-term temporary power solutions. Renewable energy continues to gain ground at a rapid pace, but fossil fuels still dominate the power landscape across many countries despite mounting environmental pressure.
Frost & Sullivan’s Power Generation program area focuses on power equipment, services, fuel mix, and renewable/alternative energy.
The increase in electricity generation from renewables is expected to come primarily from the expansion of wind power and conversion of power plants to substitute wooden pellets as a primary fuel. In 2015, the share of fossil fuels in electricity generated was 33%; Frost & Sullivan forecasts…
The Global Generator Sets database monitors and forecasts growth opportunities and growth outlooks for applications and end user segments affecting the Global Genset Market. The database covers historical data from 2000 and forecasts through 2020. Revenue and unit forecasts in key performance…
Norway is already almost entirely powered by renewable energy, with hydro traditionally dominating. The investment of 5.90 billion in a combination of wind, hydro, and other renewable energy will boost the share of RES in the electricity generation mix to 99% by 2030. Increasing interconnections…
The North American market for biosolids production is expected to grow consistently in the medium to long term. Factors surrounding greater levels of urbanization, population growth, and an increasing acceptance of biosolids products and facilities drive the market. These drivers underpin a greater…
A total of 21.8 billion will be invested between 2015 and 2030 on new power generation capacity in Romania. Nuclear accounts for the largest portion, but there is also investment in gas, hydro, and renewables. At the same time, a number of aging assets will be retired, not only in generation, but…
In 2015, electricity demand was primarily supplied through renewable energy, nuclear, and gas, accounting a combined total of 76% of the electricity generated. This indicates two things. First, renewable generation share in the market is increasing and is expected to form a major portion of the…
The island of Ireland is readying itself for a major market transformation as SEM (Single Electricity Market) design, being incompatible with the European Target Model is being replaced by the Integrated Single Electricity Market (I-SEM) late 2017, if everything goes according to plan. Keeping that…
Sweden has a high renewable energy potential. The country has met its 2020 renewable energy target of 49% in 2013 already. Sweden plans to continue efficient operation of its existing energy sources and is committed to 100% renewable energy by 2040. Sweden has a huge potential for electricity…
Martin Bloom, Group CEO at Intelligent Energy has significant experience in building high growth technology companies across a range of sectors. He has strong connections in Asia, particularly in China.
Bulgaria remains heavily dependent on coal (44.1% in 2015) and nuclear power (32.1% in 2015) for its electricity. Unlike most European countries, Bulgaria remains committed to nuclear, with plans for 2 new reactors backed by Russian investment. Bulgaria has exceeded its renewable energy target of…
The energy and environment industry, once staid and steady, has seen new and rapid changes across the market’s varied and increasingly diverse sectors. Renewable energy has now become a significant portion of the world’s energy production, natural gas has found multiple adherents and controversies with the expansion of the market through fracking, and services to the industry are evolving to leverage the huge influx of information through the Internet of Things and related data analytics solutions. Energy storage will continue to be a growth market while, further in the future, water and waste water are likely to be pivotal concerns and opportunities for both emerging and existing economies.
We work closely with the world’s largest OEMs, utilities, service providers and IT firms to help them find the opportunities in this sea of change. Tailored, customized solutions provide clients with the best strategies for growth, supported by the right key data points researched to meet the client’s needs and the specific engagement. Key projects have included helping clients expand their businesses into new geographies, with new customer groups and by developing new solutions. We can provide services at any point in the business strategy cycle: from ideation to implementation, data collection to strategy creation, voice of customer insights to marketing services.
Frost & Sullivan's team can support your organization on each of the following areas:
- Geographic Expansion
- Ideation and Mega Trend Growth Workshops
- Voice of Customer and Customer Strategies
Brand and Demand Marketing Outreach and Solutions
- New Product Launch
- Presenting Thought Leadership and conducting strategy workshops at your yearly business planning or customer events
- Sourcing and supply chain development and market analysis.
- Supply chain strategy for major utilities, to enable them to better plan budgets and negotiate supplier contracts
- Voice of customer with power plant owners/operators to help an OEM develop new service solutions
Brand and demand suite of services to enable major international conglomerates to target new services to selected verticals
Full analysis of the value chain for fuel cells, generators, steam turbines, gas turbines, wind turbines and solar power to ascertain environmental practices and areas of corporate social responsibility, for a major global standards firm in order to develop a long term global expansion strategy in the energy industry
Go to market strategies for deploying new and innovative solutions in digital oil fields
We specialize in running growth workshops with our clients which help us take a cross functional team of our client, within span of a day from information to implementation.
Preparation of the workshop includes:
- Identify key project stakeholders
- Align on workshop agenda, objectives and activities
- Conduct stakeholder interviews/surveys
The workshop itself includes the following:
- Share relevant research findings and stakeholder interviews
- Hold an ideation and filtration phase to identify the universe of opportunities, then quickly determine those with best fit based on internal and external forces
- Conduct an interactive and thorough rating and ranking process to further identify the top one to three go-to-market solutions
- Prioritize implementation plans and assign owners for next steps
Post-workshop activities include:
- Compile findings and next steps from workshop
- Recommend action steps/follow-on work
Additional services: Provide implementation, integration, and marketing solutions to support strategic outcomes of the project.
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