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世界の海洋エネルギー市場・戦略:2010〜2030年

GLOBAL OCEAN ENERGY MARKETS AND STRATEGIES: 2010-2030

発行 IHS Emerging Energy Research 商品コード 135521
出版日 ページ情報 英文 228 Pages
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世界の海洋エネルギー市場・戦略:2010〜2030年 GLOBAL OCEAN ENERGY MARKETS AND STRATEGIES: 2010-2030
出版日: 2010年10月05日 ページ情報: 英文 228 Pages

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概要

当レポートでは、世界の海洋エネルギー市場について調査し、潜在的な市場規模、市場促進因子、技術・コスト動向、波力・潮汐プロジェクトディベロッパーの新しい競合戦略などを分析、競合する波力・潮汐技術の強み・弱みの評価、主要海洋エネルギーディベロッパー・海洋エネルギー技術サプライヤーのプロファイルを提供しており、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 世界の資源および政策促進因子

  • 世界の海洋エネルギー市場環境
  • 海洋エネルギー資源
    • 波力
    • 潮汐
    • OTEC
    • 塩分勾配
  • 世界の海洋エネルギー政策動向
    • 欧州
    • 米国
    • その他

第3章 海洋エネルギー技術・コスト動向

  • 海洋エネルギー技術の競争力
    • いまだ商業化されていない技術
    • 海洋エネルギーの商業化ステージの定義
    • 洋上風力発電の拡大は海洋エネルギーへの道を開く
    • 波力エネルギー技術は最適な設計を探求
    • 潮汐エネルギー技術
    • 海水温度差エネルギー変換
    • 塩分勾配は初期の期待を示す
  • 波力・潮汐技術が直面する課題
    • 建設・渓流が主な懸念事項
    • 海洋エネルギー産業におけるO&M戦略
  • 波力・潮汐コスト・動向
    • 海洋エネルギーとその他の再生可能エネルギーとの比較
    • 海洋エネルギー経済学・費用曲線
    • 海洋エネルギーの長期的なコスト競合性

第4章 世界の海洋エネルギー市場分析

  • 世界の海洋エネルギー開発動向
  • プロジェクト活動レビュー:地域別
  • 海洋エネルギー市場の予測
    • 予測手法
    • 予測シナリオ
    • 国別予測
    • 技術タイプ別予測
    • 波力・潮汐への投資

第5章 海洋エネルギー開発戦略

  • 海洋エネルギーバリューチェーンの進化
  • 海洋エネルギープロジェクトディベロッパーの競合ポジショニング
  • 競合分析
  • 海洋エネルギーディベロッパーのプロファイル

第6章 競合分析:海洋エネルギーサプライチェーン

  • 海洋エネルギー技術の競合情勢
  • 海洋エネルギーサプライチェーンの進化
  • 海洋エネルギー技術サプライヤーのプロファイル

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目次

The ocean energy industry is still at a nascent stage, but burgeoning support in a few key markets, diverse resource potential, and maturing technology are boosting the industry' s prospects for growth. Led by the UK, and, to a lesser extent, Ireland, Portugal, South Korea and Australia, these key markets will remain the primary focus of the industry for the next decade. A mix of European utilities and technology promoters are leading ocean energy project development, seeking to establish project pipelines, lock up the best resource sites, and position for the next scalable renewable growth opportunity.

Over the past decade, the ocean energy industry has managed to install and test roughly 14 MW of capacity via 50 different pilots. Currently there are over 100 ocean energy projects under development totaling 1 GW across 15 countries. Sixty percent of this activity is wave-driven; the remainder is tidal energy.

This new study from IHS Emerging Energy Research analyzes the potential size and timing for ocean energy scaling, emerging competitive strategies of wave and tidal project developers, and evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of competing wave and tidal technologies.

EER' s new study covers the following key trends and more:

  • Led by Scotland, the UK remains at the forefront of ocean energy driven by the opportunity to build a local supply chain and meet renewable targets. With over 300 MW of projects under development seeking commercial operation between 2010 and 2015, the UK is poised to see the first utility-scale projects installed globally. With the highest level of financial support globally and clear planning process, Scotland is leading the emerging ocean energy market forward.
  • Large Hydro OEM players Andritz, Voith Hydro, and Alstom advance tidal industry prospects. Andritz Hydro' s investment in Hammerfest Strom is expected to intensify competition between the three major hydro power OEMs and industry frontrunner Marine Current Turbines, with the race on to capture leadership in the future tidal turbine supply industry.
  • Large utilities and IPPs advance ocean energy strategies. With little experience with subsea environments, European utilities are moving out on the development learning curve. While leaders such as EDF, ESBI, SSE, Vattenfall, Iberdrola, and RWE have made small equity investments, most are now shifting to fund project development joint ventures.

STUDY HIGHLIGHTS

Global Ocean Resources and Policy Drivers

  • Market Environment
  • Wave and Tidal Resources
  • Ocean Energy Policy Trends
  • OTEC, Salinity Gradient

Strategy Profiles of Key Ocean Energy Players

  • Technology Promoters
  • Large OEMs
  • Utilities and IPPs
  • Oil and Gas Companies
  • Renewable Project Developers

Ocean Energy Forecasts: 2010-2030

  • Forecasts by Country
  • Forecasts by Technology
  • Investment Forecasts

Evolution of Ocean Energy Technology

  • Tidal Technologies
  • Wave Technologies
  • Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion
  • Salinity Gradient

Ocean Supply Chain Evolution

  • Ocean Energy Costs
  • Technology Trends
  • Project Review by Region
  • Project Size and Technology Maturity
  • Ocean Energy Developer Strategies
  • Ocean Energy Value Chain Evolution
  • Competitive Positioning
  • Strategy Analysis of Large Utilities and

Pure Play Developers

  • Ocean Project Pipeline Developer Rankings

Table of Contents

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

II. GLOBAL RESOURCES AND POLICY DRIVERS

1. Global Ocean Energy Market Environment

2. Ocean Energy Resources

  • Global Wave Resources
    • Europe Wave Energy Potential Driven by Northern Opportunities
    • North America Wave Resources Concentrated in the Northwest
    • Wave Resources in the Rest of the World
  • Global Tidal Resources
    • Europe Tidal Resources
    • North America Tidal Resources
    • Tidal Resources in the Rest of the World
  • Global OTEC Resources
  • Global Salinity Gradient Resources

3. Global Ocean Energy Policy Trends

  • Europe Ocean Policy Trends
    • Europe Establishes Several Open-Sea
      • Test Centers to Spur Ocean
      • Technology Development
    • Scotland Attracts Development with Comprehensive Ocean Energy Support Policy
    • UK Government Accelerates Funding For Ocean Energy Projects
    • Ireland Competes To Leverage Resource Potential for Global Leadership
    • With Modest Resources and Long Coastlines, Scandinavia Advances Marine Energy Policy
    • Marine Energy Policy in Southern Europe
  • US Ocean Policy Trends
    • Federal Financial Support Is Limited
    • Driven by RPS Obligations, States Are Moving Forward
    • National RPS Key to Advancing Ocean Energy' s Potential
    • Lack of a Clear Regulatory Framework Hinders Ocean Energy Development
  • Ocean Policy Trends in the Rest of the World
    • Australia Sees Opportunity with Ocean Energy to Achieve Its Renewables Target
    • British Columbia and Nova Scotia Lead Canada' s Marine Energy Effort
    • New Zealand Sees Opportunity for Generation Solutions for Isolated Systems
    • South Korea Seeks Technology Advantage in Global Ocean Energy Competition
    • RPS Spurs Interest For Ocean Energy in Chile
    • China Renewables Policy Focus Yet To Set Sights on Ocean Energy

III. OCEAN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY AND COST TRENDS

1. Ocean Energy Technology Competitiveness

  • Technology Not Yet Commercial
  • Defining Ocean Energy' s Stage of Commercialization
  • Scaling of Offshore Wind Helps Pave the Way for Ocean Energy
  • Wave Energy Technologies Seek Optimal Design
    • Attenuator Leads the Way to Commercialization
    • Point Absorber the Most Popular with a Simplified Design and Low Capital Requirement
    • OMC Limited to Shoreline Applications in Near-Term
    • Overtopping Offers Faster Transition to Multi-Megawatt Machines
    • Submerged Wave Energy Devices Gain Momentum
    • Hybrid Offshore Wind-Wave Still Far on the Horizon
  • Tidal Energy Technologies
    • Proven HAT Leads the Way
    • Vertical Faces Uphill Climb
    • Oscillating Hydrofoil Technology Targets Higher Energy Waters
    • River Hydrokinetics Seeks To Capitalize on Niche Opportunity
  • Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion
  • Salinity Gradient Shows Early Promise

2. Challenges Facing Wave and Tidal Technology

  • Foundation and Mooring a Key Consideration
    • Gravity Solutions Selected for Short-Term Opportunities
    • Mooring Solutions Critical for the Survivability of Floating Wave Devices
  • O&M Strategies in the Ocean Energy Industry
    • Equipment Fatigue a Key Challenge in Wave Energy Converters
    • Development of Vessels Crucial to Prepare for O&M Needs

3. Wave and Tidal Costs and Trends

  • Ocean Energy Compared with Other Renewables
  • Ocean Energy Economics and Cost Curves
  • Ocean Energy Project Costs and Trends by Project Size
    • Potential for Cost Compression in the Ocean Energy Industry
  • Ocean Energy' s Longer-Term Cost Competitiveness

IV. GLOBAL OCEAN ENERGY MARKET ANALYSIS

1. Global Ocean Energy Development Trends

2. Project Activity Review by Region

  • The UK Dominates Global Ocean Energy Activity
    • Pentland Firth Sets the Stage for Industry Scaling
    • Transmission a Key Focus to Capture Ocean Energy' s Potential
  • Ireland Aiming To Capture Global Wave Energy Leadership
  • Scandinavian Activity Driven Mainly by R&D
  • Activity In Southern Europe
    • France Eyes Ocean Energy as its Renewables Industry Plays Catch-Up
    • Portugal, Spain Target Wave Energy, to Solidify Renewables Leadership
    • Turkey Emerges on the Renewables Stage
  • Activity Lingers in the US
    • Permitting Proves to Be a Significant Challenge for Small Ocean Developers
    • US Developers Struggle to Attract Utility Partners
  • Opportunities Emerge in Key Countries in Rest of the World
    • Australia Builds Up Potential for Wave Energy
    • South Korea to Lead Asian Ocean Growth Forward
    • Ocean Energy Interest Slowly Emerging In Latin America, Caribbean Islands
  • Tidal Barrage a Large-Scale Opportunity
  • Hybrid Offshore Wind and Wave on the Radar

3. Ocean Energy Market Forecasts

  • Forecast Methodology
  • Global Ocean Market Forecast Scenarios
  • Ocean Market Forecasts by Country
    • The UK to Lead Ocean Energy Growth
    • Rest of EU Growth Driven by France, Ireland, Portugal, and Spain, with Scandinavian Upside
    • In the US and Canada, Ocean Development will Require Stronger Federal Support
    • Beyond Europe, Australia and South Korea will Lead Activity, with China on the Horizon
  • Forecast by Technology Type
  • Investments In Wave and Tidal

V. OCEAN ENERGY DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

1. Ocean Energy Value Chain Evolution

  • Utilities and Technology Promoters Team Up to Advance Ocean Project Development
  • Early Offshore Wind Players Cross Over to Ocean Energy
  • Technology Promoters Emerge to Fill Development Gap

2. Ocean Energy Project Developers' Competitive Positioning

  • Ocean Project Ownership
  • Ocean Project Pipeline Development Rankings
    • Project Developers Adopt Divergent Technology Strategies
    • Ocean Energy Project Developers Seek to Scale Project Size Incrementally

3. Competitive Analysis

  • Technology Promoters on Development Frontline
    • MCT and Pelamis Leading Development Among Technology Promoters
    • Atlantis Resources Corp. and OPT Go Global
  • Large Utilities and IPPs Advance Ocean Energy Strategies
    • Joint Venture the Preferred Modus Operandi for Utilities
    • A Few Take Equity Stakes to Advance Technology Understanding
    • EU Utilities Build Ocean Energy Teams Within Expanding Renewable Divisions
    • Iberdrola Extends Renewables Leadership Position to Ocean Energy Market
    • EDF Leverages Hydro Capabilities to Build Ocean Energy Leadership
    • KOMIPO Leads Latest Effort to Establish Tidal Energy Industry in South Korea
    • International Power the First IPP to Advance Development Ambitions
    • Chinese Utilities Wade in Slowly as Renewables Growth Explodes
  • Specialty and Pure-Play Developers Eye Early-Mover Potential
    • RES Leads Established Renewable Developers Toward Ocean Energy Opportunities
    • EPCs and Engineers Eye Opportunities for Ocean Energy Development
  • Oil And Gas Players Attracted by Synergies for Long-Term Potential

4. Ocean Energy Developer Profiles

  • EDF Energies Nouvelles (EDF EN)
  • E.ON AG
  • ESB
  • Iberdrola
  • Korea Electric Power Company (KEPCO)
  • PG&E
  • RWE
  • Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE)
  • 7Vattenfall

VI. COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS: OCEAN ENERGY SUPPLY CHAIN

1. Ocean Energy Technology Competitive Landscape

  • Technology Promoters Race to Get Out in Front
    • Marine Current Turbines, Pelamis Seek to Advance Early Leadership
    • Technology Promoters Build Project Pipelines
    • Tidal Technology Competition Races Toward Commercial Turnkey Offerings
    • Wave Technology Promoters Advance Novel Concepts for Competitive Advantage
  • Established OEMs Jump On Board
    • Competition Intensifies as ‘Big Three' Hydro OEMs Advance Tidal Industry Prospects
    • Rolls-Royce Taps Into Tidal with Unique Marine, Gas Turbine Experience
    • Voith Hydro, Dresser-Rand, and GE Explore Wave Technology' s Potential

2. Ocean Energy Supply Chain Evolution

  • Tidal Energy Product Strategies
    • OpenHydro, Atlantis and Voith Hydro Target Direct-Drive Turbine Advances
    • MCT Invests in Foundation to Ease Turbine Recovery
    • Assembly Facilities Emerge Near Project Development Centers
  • Wave Energy Product Strategies
    • Wave Technology Aiming at Different Power Output
    • Aquamarine, AW-Energy and BioPower Systems seek Game-Changing Solutions
  • Ocean Services Supply Chain Analysis
    • Opportunities Emerge for Specialty EPC Players
    • Diverse Players Wade into Structure and Foundation Supply
    • Large Industrial Players to Shore Up Balance of Plant

3. Ocean Energy Technology Supplier Profiles

  • Alstom Clean Current (Tidal)
  • Aquamarine Power (Wave)
  • Atlantis Resources Corporation (Tidal)
  • AW-Energy (Wave)
  • AWS Ocean Energy (Wave)
  • BioPower Systems (Wave and Tidal)
  • Carnegie Wave Energy (Wave)
  • Fred Olsen Renewables (Wave)
  • Hammerfest Strom AS (Tidal)
  • Lunar Energy (Tidal)
  • Marine Current Turbines (Tidal)
  • Oceanlinx (Wave)
  • Ocean Power Technologies (Wave)
  • OpenHydro (Tidal)
  • Pelamis Wave Power (Wave)
  • Seabased AB (Wave)
  • Tidal Generation Limited (Tidal)
  • Voith Hydro Ocean Current Technologies (Tidal)
  • Wave Dragon (Wave)
  • Wavegen (Wave)
  • Other Technology Promoters
    • 40South Energy
    • Able Technologies LLC
    • Applied Technologies Company
    • Aqua Energy
    • AquaGen Technologies
    • Blue Energy Canada
    • Bourne Energy
    • Checkmate Seaenergy
    • Columbia Power Technologies
    • Cormarent Limited
    • Current2Current
    • Current Power Sweden
    • Dexa Wave
    • CNRS / Ecole Centrale de Nantes
    • Ecomerit Technologies
    • Embley Energy
    • Ecofys
    • Ecowas
    • Floating Power Plant
    • Free Flow 69
    • Free Flow Power
    • Fri-El Sea Power
    • GCK Technologies
    • Greenheat Systems
    • Green Ocean Energy
    • Green-Tide Turbines
    • Hidroflot
    • Hydro Alternative Energy
    • Hydra Tidal
    • Hydro-Gen
    • Hidrohelix - Sabella
    • Hydroventuri
    • Independent Natural Resources Inc
    • Instituto Superior Tecnico (Portugal) -
    • Wave Energy Center
    • Jospa Ltd
    • Kinetic Wave Power
    • Langlee Wave Power
    • Leacon Wave Energy
    • Lockheed Martin
    • Martifer Energy Systems
    • Minesto
    • KORDI
    • Natural Currents Energy Services
    • Neptune Renewable Energy
    • New Energy Corp
    • Norwave
    • Ocean Energy Ltd
    • Ocean Flow Energy
    • Ocean Motion International
    • Ocean Renewable Power Company
    • Oceana Energy Company
    • Offshore Wave Energy (OWEL)
    • Pelagic Power
    • Pipo Systems
    • Ponte di Archimede
    • Pulse Tidal
    • Resolute Marine Energy
    • ScotRenewables Ltd
    • SDE Energy
    • SeaPower International
    • SeWave Ltd
    • SyncWave Systems
    • Tecnalia
    • Tidal Energy Ltd
    • Tidal Sails
    • Tidal Stream
    • Tocardo Tidal Energy
    • Tractebel
    • Trident Energy
    • UEK Corp
    • Verdant Power
    • Wavebob
    • Waveberg Development
    • WAVEenergy
    • Wave Star Energy
    • WavePlane
    • WET-NZ

LIST OF EXHIBITS

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

II. GLOBAL RESOURCES AND POLICY DRIVERS

  • 1. Renewable Power Market Evaluation Components
  • 2. Regional Ocean Energy Resource Potential Comparison (GW)
  • 3. Global Wave Resources by Region (kW/m)
  • 4. Europe Wave Resources by Region (kW/m)
  • 5. Wave Resources in Key European Countries
  • 6. North America Wave Resources by Region (kW/m)
  • 7. Global Tidal Resources
  • 8. Europe Tidal Resources by Region (m/s)
  • 9. Tidal Resources in Key European Countries
  • 10. Tidal Resources in North America
  • 11. World OTEC Resources
  • 12. Renewable Energy Targets in Key Markets with Ocean Energy Resources
  • 13. Worldwide Regulatory Support Mechanism Overview (€/MWh)
  • 14. Europe Ocean Energy Incentives Overview
  • 15. Open-Sea Test Centers for Wave and Tidal Devices in Europe
  • 16. Public Funding for Ocean Energy Technolog
  • 17. US RPS and Ocean Energy Policy in Key States
  • 18. FERC-Issued Pre-Permits for Marine Energy Projects: July 2010
  • 19. Rest of World Ocean Policies by Region

III. OCEAN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY AND COST TRENDS

  • 1. Global Ocean Energy Projects Installed: 2000 - 2010 (MW)
  • 2. Ocean Energy Technology Maturity Curves
  • 3. Global Ocean Energy Projects in Operation
  • 4. Global Ocean Energy Projects Deployed by Size
  • 5. IHS EER Classification of Ocean Energy Technologies
  • 6. Global Ocean Energy Pipeline Maturity
  • 7. Global Ocean Energy Technology Maturity vs. Onshore and Offshore Wind: 1990 - 2050 (MW)
  • 8. Global Wave Pilot Demonstration Projects by Status
  • 9. Global Ocean Energy Attenuator Technology Designs
  • 10. Global Ocean Energy Point Absorber Technology Designs
  • 11. Global Ocean Energy Oscillating Water Column Technologies by Design Type
  • 12. Global Ocean Energy Overtopping Technologies
  • 13. Global Ocean Energy Flapping Wave Devices
  • 14. Global Ocean Energy Combined Offshore Wind-Wave Designs
  • 15. Global Ocean Energy Tidal Demonstration Pilots
  • 16. Global Ocean Energy Tidal Technologies
  • 17. Global Ocean Energy OTEC Development
  • 18. Global Ocean Energy Wave and Tidal Device Foundations by Water Depth
  • 19. Global Ocean Energy Mooring System Foundations by Machine Size
  • 20. Global Ocean Energy Devices by Failure Cause: 2007 - 2010
  • 21. Global Ocean Energy Wave and Tidal LCOE, Renewables LCOE (€/MWh)
  • 22. Global Ocean Energy Project Capital Costs by Project Size (€/kW)
  • 23. Global Ocean Energy Wave and Tidal Capital Cost Breakdown: 2010 - 2020 (€/kW)
  • 24. LCOE Evolution of Ocean Energy vs. Renewables: 2005 - 2020 (€/MWh)

IV. GLOBAL OCEAN ENERGY MARKET ANALYSIS

  • 1. Global Ocean Energy Installed Projects: 2000 - 2010 (MW)
  • 2. Global Market Maturity of Ocean Energy: 2010 - 2030 (MW)
  • 3. Global Pipeline Capacity by Key Markets: 2010 - 2015 (MW)
  • 4. UK Ocean Energy Development Areas and Projects: 2010 - 2025 (> 250 kW)
  • 5. Pentland Firth and Orkney Waters Leases
  • 6. Key UK Offshore Renewable Projects and Transmission Initiatives (MW)
  • 7. Ireland' s Initial Development Zones and Test Centers
  • 8. Norway, Sweden, and Denmark Ocean Energy Operating and Planned Projects
  • 9. Planned Southern Europe Ocean Energy Projects
  • 10. US Ocean Energy Projects
  • 11. US Ocean Energy Development Process
  • 12. Australia Ocean Energy Projects
  • 13. Global Tidal Barrage Project Activity
  • 14. IHS EER Three-Phase Forecast Methodology Overview
  • 15. Global Growth Scenario Comparison by Capacity Installed: 2010 - 2030 (MW)
  • 16. Global Growth Scenario Comparison by Annual Additions: 2010 - 2030 (MW)
  • 17. Global Ocean Energy Yearly Capacity by Region, Scenario: 2010 - 2030 (MW)
  • 18. UK Megawatts Installed Base-Case Scenario by Capacity: 2010 - 2030 (MW)
  • 19. Europe Base-Case Comparison by Installed Capacity: 2010 - 2030 (MW)
  • 20. US and Canada Base-Case Scenario by Installed Capacity: 2010 - 2030 (MW)
  • 21. Rest of the World Base-Case Scenario by Installed Capacity: 2010 - 2030 (MW)
  • 22. Global Base-Case Scenario by Installed Capacity: 2010 - 2030 (MW)
  • 23. Global Tidal Energy Growth Base-Case Scenario: 2010 - 2030 (MW)
  • 24. Global Wave Energy Growth Base-Case Scenario: 2010 - 2030 (MW)
  • 25. Global Annual Wave and Tidal Investments Base-Case Scenario: 2010 - 2030 (€ M)

V. OCEAN ENERGY DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES

  • 1. Global Ocean Energy Development Value Chain
  • 2. Global Ocean Energy Sector Partnerships by Utility / IPP
  • 3. Global Offshore Wind Developers Active in Ocean Energy
  • 4. Global Ocean Energy Developers by Developer Type
  • 5. Global Ocean Energy Projects by Vendor: September 2010 (MW)
  • 6. Global Ocean Pipeline by Developer (MW)
  • 7. Global Ocean Energy Project Pipeline by Technology (MW)
  • 8. Global Ocean Energy Project Scale-Up Ambitions by Developer: 2010 - 2020 (MW)
  • 9. Global Ocean Energy Partnership Strategies By Leading Technology Promoter (% MW)
  • 10. Global Ocean Energy Geographical Presence by Technology Promoter (% MW)
  • 11. Global Ocean Energy Utility Partnerships by Strategy
  • 12. Global Ocean Energy Equity Investments by Large Utilities: 2002 - 2010 (€ M)
  • 13. Global Ocean Energy Project Team Resources by Utility
  • 14. Iberdrola-ScottishPower Marine Activities
  • 15. Global Ocean Energy Renewable Ownership by Utility (GW)
  • 16. Global Ocean Energy Development Activity by Korean Utility (MW)

VI. COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS: OCEAN ENERGY SUPPLY CHAIN

  • 1. Ocean Energy Supply Chain
  • 2. Commercial Maturity by Ocean Energy Technology by Type
  • 3. Leading Technology Promoters' Project Pipelines
  • 4. Development Timeline of Tidal Technology Promoters
  • 5. Tidal Demonstration Projects Globally
  • 6. Ocean Energy Deals Across the Supply Chain
  • 7. Timeline of Power Equipment Suppliers' Investment in Tidal: 2009 - 2010
  • 8. Tidal Generation Ltd. and Rolls-Royce Activities for Project ReDAPT
  • 9. Value Chain of Select Projects in the UK
  • 10. Leading Horizontal Tidal Technologies' Features
  • 11. Installation and O&M Operations with Gravity and Piling Foundations
  • 12. Select Ocean Manufacturing Centers in Europe
  • 13. Comparison of Wave Energy Technology Differentiation
  • 14. Wave Technology Promoters by Machine Size, Technology Type
  • 15. Installation and O&M Operations for Floating Devices and Submerged Devices
  • 16. Installation and Vessel Supply for Key Ocean Energy Projects
  • 17. EPC Contractors and Key Contracts
  • 18. Key Global Offshore Foundation and Structure Manufacturers
  • 19. Key Balance of Plant Agreements
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