Brazil is the third largest energy market in the Americas, after the United
States and Canada, and its growing power sector is the largest in Latin
America. Electricity consumption growth rates fluctuate at around 5% per year,
demanding the entrance of an average of 3 GW every year. Brazil aspires to
become the fourth country in the world in terms of wind turbines installed
capacity in 2012 and the sixth global wind energy producer by 2016.
Considering the growth rate and the expansion plans of the companies coupled
with the positive wind power policies of the Brazilian government, it is
expected that Brazil wind power market will prove robust growth trajectory in
the coming years.
According to "Brazil Wind Power Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2017"
Brazil's blustery coastlines and booming electricity demand have spurred a
wind-power gold rush as investors flock to build turbines and set up wind
farms. The market is still on the path of major developments and achievements
in the coming years. With significant support from government, in terms of
promising initiatives and attractive incentives, the Brazilian wind energy
industry is poised to grow in the future. "Brazil Wind Power Market Forecast &
Opportunities, 2017" discusses the following aspects related to Wind Power in
Installed Capacity by Region, Province and Wind Farm Developer
Onshore & Offshore Wind Power Capacity Utilization
Wind Power Reserves & Potential
Overview of Wind Turbine Market
Market Trends & Opportunities
Regulatory & Tariff Structure
Competitive Landscape & Strategic Recommendations
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To gain an in-depth understanding of wind power market dynamics in Brazil.
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The forecasts to assess how the market is predicted to develop by 2017?
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The information contained in this report is based upon both primary and
secondary sources. Primary research included interviews with stakeholders of
the industry. Secondary research included an exhaustive search of relevant
publications like newspapers, websites, and proprietary databases.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
2. Brazil Power Market Scenario
2.1. Installed Capacity
2.2. Electricity Generation in Brazil
2.3. Institutional Arrangement of Brazilian Power Sector