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New Global Power Generation Projects Ed 1 2012

This NRG Expert product provides a continuously up-dated listing of global electric power generation projects proposed, under construction or awaiting commissioning.

  • Currently there is 1.6 million MW of new generation capacity planned
  • The projects in this database range from those which are mere ideas to those near comple-tion
  • Commissioning dates are given for 44% of the database, otherwise a description such as ‘planned', ‘tender', ‘under construction' is given and 35% note specifically ‘no date for com-missioning'
  • All projects have been identified with as much information as available and more is added on a continuous basis
  • It is not always easy to ascertain the status of projects in the pipeline
  • It is no by no means uncommon that a project is announced as starting or already started and for it then to be delayed for some years while unforeseen problems are resolved, usually in-volving financial, official approval or environmental obstacles
  • Large projects are also frequently commissioned in stages, with separate units coming on-line over years, sometimes many years

How can NRG Expert Help?

The “NRG Expert New Global Power Generation Projects Ed 1 2012” - contains the following:

  • A listing of global electric power generation projects proposed, under construction or awaiting commissioning
  • This listing is not a census of projects but a prospect list built up from many sources and the information about each project varies, from comprehensive data to only a notification that a project is in the pipeline
  • This listing is complementary to the Global Database of Operational Power Generation Plants, a larger database of existing generation projects which are currently operational throughout the world
  • The NRG Expert trio of Power Generation products provide a listing of new, commissioned and existing plants and also provides generation capacity by fuel from 1990 to 2020.
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