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Analyzing the Worldwide Deregulation of Electricity Markets 2016

Mon, 01 Feb 2016 00:00:00 EST

Analyzing the Worldwide Deregulation of Electricity Markets 2016 The rising demand for energy around the world has seen many ups and downs in the global electricity industry. Regulation of the global electricity industry has been a tumultuous ride over the years. The industry has seen dramatic changes over the past three decades. Today, competitive forces are being relied upon more heavily to determine market structure and operation. As more and more countries move towards deregulating their electricity industries, Aruvian Research takes a look at how this is progressing. We present a comprehensive research report on the deregulation of the electricity industry worldwide. Analyzing the Worldwide Deregulation of Electricity Markets is a research offering that takes a look at the electricity industry deregulation in Europe, Asia, Asia Pacific, North America, South America, Africa and the Middle East. The report looks at each country in these regions and analyzes the electricity markets. The report further tracks the market profiles, privatization and deregulation data, market regulation and the role of Independent Power Producers in some countries, and a lot more. Data on trade, production, consumption, etc., are also provided in the report. Statistics, extensive figures and tables add to the comprehensiveness of this report.



Analyzing Gas Deregulation Worldwide 2015

Sun, 15 Mar 2015 00:00:00 EST

Analyzing Gas Deregulation Worldwide 2015 Regulation of the global natural gas industry has historically been a tumultuous ride, resulting in dramatic changes in the industry over the past 30 or more years. Today, competitive forces are being relied upon more heavily to determine market structure and operation. However, this has not always been the case. Almost all aspects of the natural gas industry were regulated at one point - a situation which led to tremendous difficulties in the industry, including the natural gas shortages experienced in the 1970s. In the past, a regulatory cap on the gas price has limited investment. By moving to a more sustainable pricing structure, the industry can invest in new natural gas networks with greater confidence. Gas distribution networks supplying homes and businesses are privately owned, not Government-owned assets, and therefore there must be incentive for private industry to invest in and expand the market. Aruvian's R'search presents a comprehensive research report on the deregulation of the gas industry worldwide in its report – Analyzing Gas Deregulation Worldwide. The report takes a look at the gas industry deregulation in Europe, Asia, Asia Pacific,



Commercial and Industrial Customers in the US Deregulated Electricity Market

Mon, 26 May 2014 00:00:00 EST

Commercial and Industrial Customers in the US Deregulated Electricity Market Summary of Findings Customer Perceptions Frost & Sullivan research indicates that customers seem unaware about the difference between a competitive electricity retailer versus a distribution utility. An overwhelming majority of respondents stated that they negotiate directly with a distribution utility versus a competitive retailer, whereas the companies listed were in fact competitive electricity retailers. oThis might indicate indifference about deregulation, lack of customer awareness, or poor communication from market participants in these regions. Customers in general are concerned about future cost of electricity, while power reliability does not seem to be a major issue. Frost & Sullivan research shows a strong comfort level with the existing provider. Customers are in general satisfied with their current provider and very few have plans to switch provider upon the end of the contract. The typical contract frame is ?? years. A select few have a ??-year contract, ??-month contract, or a ??-month plan. The amount of electricity consumed did not seem to have an influence on the length of the contract. However, customers with a contract of ?? years or more did seem to think that financial stability and deposit (line of credit)