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Analysis of the Top 25 Fastest Growing Power Producers in the Turkish Market

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Analysis of the Top 25 Fastest Growing Power Producers in the Turkish Market
Published: May 21, 2013 Content info:

This publication has been discontinued on January 9, 2019.



The Power Supply Champions of Today and the Future

The power generation landscape in Turkey has been changing, fuelled by a rapidly rising energy demand, on-going liberalization, and a move of many new companies into the sector. Dynamic and diversified, a pool of power generation companies is likely to undergo changes in the near future resulting in a more consolidated power generation industry structure. With so many companies holding even more licenses for new power plants, the potential of the Turkish market for equipment suppliers and service providers is hard to overestimate. The report provides key information on the fastest growing power producers in Turkey, along with analysis of major trends, and drivers and restraints.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

  • Is the market growing? How long will it continue to grow, and at what rate?
  • What are the top companies that are shaping industry's future?
  • How will future landscape of the market change? Will there be unexpected, dramatic changes, or will market change follow consistent trends?
  • How will the structure of the market change over time? Is it ripe for acquisitions?
  • What are the prerequisites for success in the Turkish power generation sector? Are there commonalities between the leading power producers?
  • Are the EU reform package mandates affecting the business environment in Turkey?
Table of Contents
Product Code: M857-01-00-00-00

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Market Overview

3. Turkish Power Generation Market

  • Historical Market Development
  • Privatization Period
  • Industry Structure and Major Shareholders
  • Major Participants' Plans for Potential EU integration and its Influence on their Business

4. External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints

5. Mega Trends and Industry Convergence Implications

6. Company Profiles

7. Tier I Company Profiles

  • Enka Power
  • Aksa Enerji
  • Enerjisa
  • Cengiz Enerji
  • Akenerji

8. Tier II Company Profiles

  • Gama Enerji
  • Eren Holding
  • Oyak
  • Ciner Energy and Mining Group
  • Icdas
  • Zorlu Enerji
  • Limak Enerji
  • Unit Enerji
  • Baymina Enerji
  • Sanko Enerji

9. Tier III Company Profiles

  • Bis Enerji
  • Calik Enerji
  • Metcap
  • Ayen Enerji
  • Altek-Alarko
  • Bilgin Enerji
  • Colakoglu
  • Akfen
  • AES-Entek
  • Turcas

10. Key Insights and Conclusions

11. The Last Word

12. Appendix

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