RnRMarketResearch.com adds report “Renewable energy construction in Poland 2014, Development forecasts and planned investments” to its store.
Explore the potential of Poland’s renewable energy construction sector
Report describes upcoming investments and forecasts development.
What is the current value of the renewable energy construction sector in Poland? How large is the current infrastructure in terms of MW? Which of the investments currently in the planning stages exhibit the highest potential for production and profit? Which types of new regulations will soon affect this market due to implementation of Poland’s RES Act? Which obstacles to investment completion exist in this market? Which regions in Poland will become beneficiaries of new renewable power source construction ventures?
Renewable energy construction in Poland, Development forecasts and planned investments answers all of these questions and many more. This comprehensive document supplies information and analysis with regard to planned new construction and renovation projects of Polish facilities that produce energy using solar, wind, water, biomass and biogas.
It describes current and upcoming investments by fuel source and evaluates the effects of market trends on project completion. Poland’s imminent RES Act is examined in detail with regard to expected effects of regulatory changes on market conditions and prospects.
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This valuable publication contains a discussion of obstacles specific to this market and profiles the companies that have found strategic ways to overcome these impediments. It offers the regional locations of all projects related to renewable energy construction in the Polish market and estimates the areas that will benefit most economically.
In addition to in-depth coverage of the investment environment in this sector, this report looks at Polish energy production – specifically the renewable resources sector. It provides data describing size (MW) and value (in PLN bn) of this portion of Poland’s energy market and estimates the capacity for renewable energy production by source – solar, wind, biomass or biogas. It supplies profiles of market leading companies along with their plans to expand in order to meet rising demands for energy.
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PMR clients have used this comprehensive document to start a new construction business. Many others have discovered new opportunities for participation in renewable energy projects. Still others have found Renewable energy construction in Poland, Development forecasts and planned investments to be of tremendous help in planning and estimating construction materials and equipment demand, monitoring competitor activity in the marketplace and evaluating potential investments.
Clients who have found this document especially valuable include contractors with experience in renewable energy infrastructure projects, manufacturers of equipment made especially for use in this sector (especially those developed to comply with RES), financial and investment service professionals and those conducting market research on behalf of a variety of academic and government entities.
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