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米国における水力発電市場の見通し(〜2020年):容量・発電・法規制・主要発電所・主要企業

Hydro Power Market Outlook in the United States to 2020 - Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Key Power Plants, and Key Companies

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米国における水力発電市場の見通し(〜2020年):容量・発電・法規制・主要発電所・主要企業 Hydro Power Market Outlook in the United States to 2020 - Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Key Power Plants, and Key Companies
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概要

当レポートでは、米国の水力発電市場について、設備容量、発電量などのデータを提供、主要動向、規制の枠組み、主な政策などをまとめ、主要企業および発電所のプロファイルも織り込んで、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章 目次

第2章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第3章 世界における電力市場のシナリオ(2001年〜2020年)

第4章 世界における再生可能エネルギー発電市場のシナリオ(2001年〜2020年)

  • 世界のCO2削減概要

第5章 世界における水力発電市場(2001年〜2020年)

  • 設備容量/MW(2001年〜2020年)
  • 発電量/GWh(2001年〜2020年)

第6章 米国における電力市場のシナリオ(2001年〜2020年)

  • 市場概要
  • 燃料タイプ別設備容量/MW(2001年〜2020年)
  • 燃料タイプ別発電量/GWh(2001年〜2020年)

第7章 米国における再生可能エネルギー発電市場の動向(2001年〜2020年)

  • 概要
  • 水力発電を含む設備容量/MW(2001年〜2020年)
  • 発電量/GWh(2001年〜2020年)

第8章 米国における水力発電市場(2001年〜2020年)

  • 累積設備容量/MW(2001年〜2020年)
  • 発電量/GWh(2001年〜2020年)
  • 稼働中の上位5水力発電所(2009年)

第9章 再生可能エネルギーの規制概要と主要政策

  • 概要
  • 連邦政府の財政支援策
  • 州政府の支援プログラム
  • 再生可能エネルギーの規制概要と新たな政策

第10章 水力発電市場:財務取引動向(2009年)

  • 取引額 vs. 取引量分析(2004年〜2009年)
  • 主要取引(2008年〜2010年)

第11章 企業情報:Brookfield Asset Management Inc.

第12章 企業情報:General Electric Company

第13章 企業情報:Pacific Gas and Electric Company

第14章 企業情報:PacifiCorp

第15章 企業情報:Voith Hydro Holding GmbH & Co. KG

第16章 付録

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Product Code: GDAE5233IDBOD

Summary

GlobalData’s renewable energy offering, “Hydro Power Market Outlook in United States(US) to 2020 - Capacity, Generation, Regulations, Key Power Plants and Key Companies” gives a view of United States(US) hydro energy market and provides forecasts to 2020. This report includes information on hydro installed capacity and generation. It provides information on key trends, profiles of major industry participants, information on major hydro power plants and analysis of important deals. This, along with detailed information on the regulatory framework and key policies governing the industry, provides a comprehensive understanding of the market for hydro power in the country.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData’s team of industry experts.

Scope

- Brief introduction to the overall power and renewable energy market, highlighting the fuel types - thermal, hydro, wind, nuclear, solar PV, solar thermal and biomass.
- Data provided historically from 2001 to 2009, forecast to 2020.
- Data on installed capacity and power generation.
- List of major current and upcoming Hydro Power Plants.
- Key Hydro Companies
- Policy and regulatory framework governing the market.
- Deals in the hydro power market for the past year. Deals analyzed on the basis of M&A, Partnership, Asset Financing, Debt Offering, Equity Offering and PE/VC.

Reasons to buy

- Identify key growth and investment opportunities in the country' s hydro power market
- Position yourself to gain the maximum advantage of the industry’s growth potential
- Understand and respond to your competitors’ business structure, strategy and prospects
- Facilitate decision-making based on strong historic and forecast data, deal analysis and recent developments
- Develop strategies based on the latest operational and regulatory events
- Identify key deals providing understanding of the mergers and partnerships that have shaped the market

Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 2
1.1 List of Tables 11
1.2 List of Figures 15
2 Executive Summary 16
2.1 Global Hydro Market - Growth Momentum To Accelerate 16
2.2 The US Power Market - Thermal Power Share To Decline In Overall Power Generation Mix 16
2.3 The US Renewable Market - Share Of Hydro Power To Decline in Renewable Power Mix 17
2.4 The US Hydro Power Market - Installed Capacity To Continue Growth Momentum 17
2.5 The US Hydro Power Deals Market - Deals Volume And Value Increased Significantly 17
3 Global Power Market Scenario: 2001-2020 18
4 Global Renewable Market Scenario, 2001-2020 23
4.1 Global Carbon Emission, Overview 27
5 Global Hydro Power Market: 2001 to 2020 28
5.1 Global Hydro Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020 28
5.2 Global Hydro Power Market, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020 30
6 The US Power Market Scenario 33
6.1 Overview 33
6.2 The US Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type, MW, 2001-2020 33
6.3 The US Power Market, Electricity Generation by Fuel Type, 2001-2020 36
7 The US Renewable Energy Market : 2001-2020 39
7.1 Overview 39
7.2 The US Renewable Power Market, Including Hydro, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type, 2001-2020 39
7.3 The US Renewable Power Market, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020 41
8 The US Hydro Market: 2001-2020 44
8.1 The US Hydro Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020 44
8.2 The US Hydro Power Market, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020 45
8.3 The US Hydro Power Market, Top Five. Active Power Plants, 2009 47
9 The US Renewable Power Market, Regulatory Framework, Major Policies 48
9.1 Overview 48
9.2 Federal Financial Incentives 49
9.2.1 Corporate Depreciation 49
9.2.2 Corporate Tax Credits 49
9.2.3 Federal Loan Programs 50
9.2.4 Production Incentives - Renewable Energy Production Incentives (REPI) 52
9.2.5 Industry Recruitment/Support - Qualifying Advanced Energy Manufacturing ITC 52
9.2.6 Federal Grant Program 53
9.3 State incentive programs 54
9.3.1 Public Benefit Funds (PBFs) 54
9.3.2 Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) 55
9.3.3 Renewable Energy Certificates (REC) 56
9.3.4 Renewable Energy Regulations for Leading States 57
9.4 The US Renewable Energy, Regulatory Framework, New Government Policies 57
10 The US Hydro Market, Deals Market Trends, 2009 59
10.1 The US Hydro Market, Deals Value versus Deal Volume Analysis, 2004-2009 59
10.2 The US Hydro Market, Major Deals, 2009-2010 60
10.2.1 Mirant To Merge With RRI Energy 60
10.2.2 FirstEnergy To Merge With Allegheny Energy 62
10.2.3 Fulcrum Power Services To Merge With Tara Energy 64
10.2.4 Growth Technologies Acquires BulovaTech Labs From Bulova Technologies 65
10.2.5 Danfoss To Acquire Remaining 24.3% Interest In Sauer-Danfoss 66
10.2.6 Hydro Alternative Energy Acquires Water Power Technologies 67
10.2.7 Cloverland Electric Cooperative To Acquire Edison Sault Electric Company From Wisconsin Energy 68
10.2.8 Balfour Beatty acquires Parsons Brinckerhoff for $626 million 69
10.2.9 Hydro Alternative Energy Secures $0.02 Million In Financing 70
10.2.10 3TIER Environmental Secures $3 Million In Equity Financing 70
10.2.11 Nexamp Secures $6.5 Million In Series A Round Of Financing 71
10.2.12 Free Flow Power Secures $5.7 Million In Venture Financing 72
10.2.13 PPL Completes Public Offering Of $2.5 Billion 73
10.2.14 PPL Completes Public Offering Of Units For $1.15 Billion 75
10.2.15 SCANA Prices Public Offering Of $265 Million 77
10.2.16 Ameresco Completes IPO Of $86.97 Million 79
10.2.17 AES Completes Private Placement Of $1.58 Billion 81
10.2.18 Georgia Power Prices $4.75% Senior Unsecured Notes Offering For $500 Million 82
10.2.19 FPL Group Prices Its Public Offering Of 2.6% Debentures Due 2015 For $400 Million 83
10.2.20 \Southern California Edison Completes Private Placement Of 4.5% Bonds Due 2040 For $500 Million 84
10.2.21 NRG Energy Prices 8.25% Senior Notes Offering For $1,100 Million 85
10.2.22 Xcel Energy Completes 1.95% First Mortgage Bond Offering For $250 Million 86
10.2.23 Xcel Energy Completes 4.85% First Mortgage Bond Offering For $250 Million 87
10.2.24 Duke Energy Indiana Files For Public Offering Of $500 Million 88
10.2.25 Wisconsin Power Completes Public Offering Of $150 Million 89
10.2.26 Duke Energy Carolinas Prices 4.3% First And Refunding Mortgage Bonds For $450 Million 90
10.2.27 The Empire District Electric Company Prices Offering of First Mortgage Bonds 91
10.2.28 Appalachian Power Prices Its Public Offering Of $300 Million 92
10.2.29 Entergy Texas Files Preliminary Prospectus For Public Offering Of 3.6% Bonds Due 2015 For $200 Million 93
10.2.30 Xcel Energy Completes 4.7% Senior Unsecured Notes Offering For $500 Million 94
10.2.31 FPL Group Completes Public Offering Of 2.55% Debentures Due 2013 For $250 Million 95
10.2.32 Pacific Gas and Electric Completes Public Offering Of 5.8% Senior Notes Due 2037 For $250 Million 96
10.2.33 Duke Energy Prices 3.35% Senior Notes Offering For $450 Million 97
10.2.34 Southern California Edison Prices 5.5% First And Refunding Mortgage Bonds Offering For $500 Million 98
10.2.35 Puget Sound Energy Prices Public Offering Of $325 Million 99
10.2.36 Florida Power & Light Prices 5.69% First Mortgage Bonds For $500 Million 100
10.2.37 Northern California Power Issues 4% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2013 For $6.4 Million 101
10.2.38 Northern California Power Issues 4% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2014 For $7.12 Million 102
10.2.39 Northern California Power Issues 4% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2015 For $7.41 Million 103
10.2.40 Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2016 For $7.75 Million 104
10.2.41 Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2017 For $9.64 Million 105
10.2.42 Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2018 For $10.13 Million 106
10.2.43 Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2019 For $8.71 Million 107
10.2.44 Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2020 For $9.15 Million 108
10.2.45 Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2021 For $9.61 Million 109
10.2.46 Northern California Power Issues 2.75% 2010 Taxable Refunding Series B Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2012 For $6.27 Million 110
10.2.47 Praxair Issues 2.125% Notes Due 2013 For $500 Million 111
10.2.48 Energy Future Holdings Issues 10% Senior Secured Notes Offering For $500 Million 112
10.2.49 PSNH Completes Offering Of 4.5% First Mortgage Bonds For $150 Million 113
10.2.50 Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 2.03% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009A Due 2011 For $3.18 Million 114
10.2.51 Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 1.47% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009A Due 2010 For $2.58 Million 115
10.2.52 Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 2.57% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009A Due 2012 For $3.24 Million 116
10.2.53 Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 3.17% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009A Due 2013 For $3.32 Million 117
10.2.54 Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 3.81% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009A Due 2014 For $3.43 Million 118
10.2.55 Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 4.165% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009A Due 2015 For $3.57 Million 119
10.2.56 Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 4.702% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009B Due 2016 For $2.8 Million 121
10.2.57 Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 6.888% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009B Due 2027 For $3.56 Million 122
10.2.58 Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 6.938% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009B Due 2028 For $3.72 Million 123
10.2.59 Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 6.938% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009B Due 2029 For $3.89 Million 124
10.2.60 Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 6.988% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009B Due 2030 For $4.07 Million 125
10.2.61 Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 7.03% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009B Due 2031 For $4.25 Million 126
10.2.62 Wisconsin Electric Power Completes 4.25% Debenture Offering For $250 Million 127
10.2.63 South Carolina Electric & Gas Completes Offering Of 5.5% Bonds Due 2039 For $150 Million 128
10.2.64 NiSource Completes Offering Of $500 Million Of 6.125% Senior Unsecured Notes Due 2022 129
10.2.65 Otter Tail Completes Public Offering Of 9% Senior Unsecured Notes For $100 Million 130
10.2.66 SCANA Completes 7.7% Notes Offering For $150 Million 131
10.2.67 Progress Energy Issues 6% Senior Notes Due 2039 For $600 Million 132
10.2.68 Progress Energy Issues 4.875% Senior Notes Due 2019 For $350 Million 133
10.2.69 Duke Energy Carolinas Prices 5.3% Bond Offering For $750 Million 134
10.2.70 Pacific Gas and Electric Completes 5.4% Senior Notes Offering For $550 Million 135
10.2.71 FPL Group Completes Public Offering Of $200 Million Floating Rate Debentures 136
10.2.72 City of Colorado Springs Issues 4.164% Series 2009D-2 Taxable Utilities System Improvement Revenue Bonds Due 2016 For $0.87 Million 137
10.2.73 City of Colorado Springs Issues 4.529% Series 2009D-2 Utilities System Improvement Revenue Bond Due 2017 For $0.89 Million 138
10.2.74 City of Colorado Springs Issues 4.679% Series 2009D-2 Utilities System Improvement Revenue Bond Due 2018 For $0.92 Million 139
10.2.75 Alcoa Receives Grant Of $110 Million For Modernization Of Tapoco Hydro Power Project In North Carolina, U.S. 140
10.2.76 Ameren UE Invests $11 Million For Reconstruction Of Taum Sauk Pump Storage Hydro Plant In Missouri, U.S. 140
10.2.77 Turnbull To Invest $10 Million For Turnbull Hydro Power Project In Monata, U.S. 141
10.2.78 NYPA To Invest $460 Million For Up-gradation Of Robert Moses Niagara Hydro Plant In New York, U.S. 141
10.2.79 American Municipal To Invest $550 Million For Meldahl Hydro Electric Power Project In Ohio, U.S. 142
10.2.80 Brookfield To Invest $25 Million For Rehabilitation Of Glen Ferris Hydropower Project In West Virginia, U.S. 142
10.2.81 CVPS To Acquire Four Hydroelectric Facilities From Omya 143
10.2.82 Woronoco Hydro Receives Grant Of $0.26 Million For Up-gradation Of Russell Hydro Power Generating Station In Massachusetts, U.S. 143
10.2.83 HG&E Receives $0.31 Million Grant For Holyoke Hydro Power Generating Station In Massachusetts, U.S. 144
10.2.84 Kaukauna Utilities Acquires NewPage Hydroelectric Facility From NewPage Wisconsin System 144
10.2.85 Fort Chicago Energy Partners Acquires Glen Park Hydroelectric Project For $80 Million From Energy Investors Funds 145
10.2.86 Great Lakes Utilities To Acquire Five Hydro Power Plants For $70 Million From Consolidated Water Power 146
10.2.87 American Municipal To Invest $432 Million In Smithland Hydro project In Kentucky, U.S. 147
10.2.88 TDX Power Announces To Invest $218 Million In Chakachamna Lake Hydropower Project, U.S. 147
10.2.89 Fort Chicago Energy Completes Project Financing Of $80 Million For Acquisition Of Glen Park Hydroelectric Project 148
10.2.90 City of Quincy To Receive $30 Million Grant For Hydro Power Plant In Massachusetts, U.S. 149
10.2.91 Algonquin Power & Utilities To Acquire Hydro-electric Generating Asset From Integrys Energy 149
10.2.92 Alabama Power To Receives $6 Million Grant For Hydro power Plant, U.S. 150
10.2.93 City of Tacoma To Receive $5 Million Grant For Hydro Power Plant, U.S. 150
10.2.94 City of Boulder To Receive $1 Million Grant For Up-gradation Of Hydro Power Plant, U.S. 151
10.2.95 Energy Northwest To Receive $1 Million Grant For Up-gradation Of Packwood Lake Hydroelectric Project, U.S. 151
10.2.96 Los Alamos To Receive $5 Million Grant For Hydro Power Plant, U.S. 152
10.2.97 PPL Holtwood Announces Project Financing For Holtwood Hydroelectric Plant Expansion Project, U.S. 152
10.2.98 American Municipal Power Completes Bond Financing Of $20 Million For Hydroelectric Project, U.S. 153
10.2.99 East Texas Electric Announces Bond Financing Of $25 Million For Lake Livingston Hydroelectric Plant, U.S. 153
10.2.100 PPL Montana To Invest $230 Million For The Upgradation Of Rainbow Hydroelectric Plant, U.S. 154
10.2.101 City of Quincy Completes Bond Financing Of $4 Million For Hydro Power Project In Massachusetts, U.S. 154
11 Company Snapshot: Brookfield Asset Management Inc. 155
11.1 Company Overview 155
11.2 Business Description 155
11.2.1 Business Overview 155
11.3 Major Products and Services 156
11.4 SWOT Analysis 157
11.4.1 Overview 157
11.4.2 Brookfield Asset Management Inc. Strengths 158
11.4.3 Brookfield Asset Management Inc. Weaknesses 159
11.4.4 Brookfield Asset Management Inc. Opportunities 159
11.4.5 Brookfield Asset Management Inc. Threats 161
11.5 Locations And Subsidiaries 162
11.5.1 Head Office 162
11.5.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 162
12 Company Snapshot: General Electric Company 165
12.1 Company Overview 165
12.2 SWOT Snapshot 165
12.3 Business Description 165
12.3.1 Business Overview 165
12.4 Capital Finance 166
12.4.1 Overview 166
12.4.2 Financials 166
12.4.3 Market View 166
12.4.4 Key Strategies 166
12.5 Commercial & Industrial 167
12.5.1 Overview 167
12.5.2 Financials 167
12.5.3 Market View 167
12.5.4 Key Strategies 167
12.6 Energy Infrastructure 168
12.6.1 Overview 168
12.6.2 Financials 169
12.6.3 Market View 169
12.6.4 Key Strategies 169
12.7 NBC Universal 169
12.7.1 Overview\ 169
12.7.2 Financials 170
12.7.3 Key Strategies 170
12.8 Technology Infrastructure 170
12.8.1 Overview 170
12.8.2 Financials 171
12.8.3 Market View 171
12.8.4 Key Strategies 172
12.9 Major Products and Services 172
12.10 SWOT Analysis 180
12.10.1 Overview 180
12.10.2 General Electric Company Strengths 181
12.10.3 General Electric Company Weaknesses 182
12.10.4 General Electric Company Opportunities 183
12.10.5 General Electric Company Threats 185
12.10.6 Head Office 186
12.10.7 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 186
13 Company Snapshot: Pacific Gas and Electric Company 195
13.1 Company Overview 195
13.2 SWOT Snapshot 195
13.3 Business Description 195
13.3.1 Business Overview 195
13.4 Major Products and Services 196
13.5 SWOT Analysis 196
13.5.1 Overview 196
13.5.2 Pacific Gas and Electric Company Strengths 197
13.5.3 Pacific Gas and Electric Company Weaknesses 198
13.5.4 Pacific Gas and Electric Company Opportunities 198
13.6 Pacific Gas and Electric Company Threats 199
13.7 Locations And Subsidiaries 199
13.7.1 Head Office 199
14 Company Snapshot: PacifiCorp 201
14.1 Company Overview 201
14.2 SWOT Snapshot 201
14.3 Business Description 201
14.3.1 Business Overview 201
14.4 Major Products and Services 202
14.5 SWOT Analysis 203
14.5.1 Overview 203
14.5.2 PacifiCorp Strengths 203
14.5.3 PacifiCorp Weaknesses 204
14.5.4 PacifiCorp Opportunities 205
14.5.5 PacifiCorp Threats 206
14.6 Locations And Subsidiaries 207
14.6.1 Head Office 207
14.6.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 207
15 Company Snapshot: Voith Hydro Holding GmbH & Co. KG 208
15.1 Company Overview 208
15.2 SWOT Snapshot 208
15.3 Business Description 208
15.3.1 Business Overview 208
15.4 Major Products and Services 210
15.5 SWOT Analysis 211
15.6 Overview 211
15.6.1 Voith Hydro Holding GmbH & Co. KG Strengths 212
15.6.2 Voith Hydro Holding GmbH & Co. KG Weaknesses 213
15.6.3 Voith Hydro Holding GmbH & Co. KG Opportunities 213
15.6.4 Voith Hydro Holding GmbH & Co. KG Threats 215
15.7 Locations And Subsidiaries 216
15.7.1 Head Office 216
15.8 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 217
16 Appendix 219
16.1 Abbreviations 219
16.2 GlobalData’s Methodology 220
16.3 Coverage 220
16.4 Secondary Research 220
16.5 Primary Research 221
16.6 Expert Panel Validation 221
16.7 Contact Us 221
16.8 Disclaimer 222
16.9 Contact Us 222
16.9.1 Disclaimer 222

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Global Power Market, Installed Capacity by Technologies (MW), 2001 - 2020 19
Table 2: Global Renewable Power Market Installed Capacity (MW), 2001 - 2020 24
Table 3: Global Hydro Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020 30
Table 4: Global Hydro Market, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020 32
Table 5: The US Power Market, Installed Capacity by Fuel Type, MW, 2001-2020 35
Table 6: The US Power Market, Power Generation by Fuel Type, GWh, 2001-2020 38
Table 7: The US Renewable Market , Cumulative Installed Capacity Including Hydro, MW, 2001-2020 41
Table 8: The US Renewable Power Market Including Hydro, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020 43
Table 9: The US Hydro Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020 45
Table 10: The US Hydro Power Market, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020 47
Table 11: The US Hydro Power Market, Top Active Hydro Power Plants, 2009 47
Table 12: The US, State Renewables Portfolio Standards and Policy Incentives, 2009 56
Table 13: The US, Regulatory Framework for Renewable Energy for Leading States 57
Table 14: The US Hydro Market, Deal Value versus Deal Volume Analysis, 2004-2009 59
Table 15: Mirant To Merge With RRI Energy 60
Table 16: FirstEnergy To Merge With Allegheny Energy 62
Table 17: Fulcrum Power Services To Merge With Tara Energy 64
Table 18: Growth Technologies Acquires BulovaTech Labs From Bulova Technologies 65
Table 19: Danfoss To Acquire Remaining 24.3% Interest In Sauer-Danfoss 66
Table 20: Hydro Alternative Energy Acquires Water Power Technologies 67
Table 21: Cloverland Electric Cooperative To Acquire Edison Sault Electric Company From Wisconsin Energy 68
Table 22: Balfour Beatty acquires Parsons Brinckerhoff for $626 million 69
Table 23: Hydro Alternative Energy Secures $0.02 Million In Financing 70
Table 24: 3TIER Environmental Secures $3 Million In Equity Financing 70
Table 25: Nexamp Secures $6.5 Million In Series A Round Of Financing 71
Table 26: Free Flow Power Secures $5.7 Million In Venture Financing 72
Table 27: PPL Completes Public Offering Of $2.5 Bn 73
Table 28: PPL Completes Public Offering Of Units For $1.15 Bn 75
Table 29: SCANA Prices Public Offering Of $265 Million 77
Table 30: Ameresco Completes IPO Of $86.97 Million 79
Table 31: AES Completes Private Placement Of $1.58 Bn 81
Table 32: Georgia Power Prices $4.75% Senior Unsecured Notes Offering For $500 Million 82
Table 33: FPL Group Prices Its Public Offering Of 2.6% Debentures Due 2015 For $400 Million 83
Table 34: Southern California Edison Completes Private Placement Of 4.5% Bonds Due 2040 For $500 Million 84
Table 35: NRG Energy Prices 8.25% Senior Notes Offering For $1,100 Million 85
Table 36: Xcel Energy Completes 1.95% First Mortgage Bond Offering For $250 Million 86
Table 37: Xcel Energy Completes 4.85% First Mortgage Bond Offering For $250 Million 87
Table 38: Duke Energy Indiana Files For Public Offering Of $500 Million 88
Table 39: Wisconsin Power Completes Public Offering Of $150 Million 89
Table 40: Duke Energy Carolinas Prices 4.3% First And Refunding Mortgage Bonds For $450 Million 90
Table 41: The Empire District Electric Company Prices Offering of First Mortgage Bonds 91
Table 42: Appalachian Power Prices Its Public Offering Of $300 Million 92
Table 43: Entergy Texas Files Preliminary Prospectus For Public Offering Of 3.6% Bonds Due 2015 For $200 Million 93
Table 44: Xcel Energy Completes 4.7% Senior Unsecured Notes Offering For $500 Million 94
Table 45: FPL Group Completes Public Offering Of 2.55% Debentures Due 2013 For $250 Million 95
Table 46: Pacific Gas and Electric Completes Public Offering Of 5.8% Senior Notes Due 2037 For $250 Million 96
Table 47: Duke Energy Prices 3.35% Senior Notes Offering For $450 Million 97
Table 48: Southern California Edison Prices 5.5% First And Refunding Mortgage Bonds Offering For $500 Million 98
Table 49: Puget Sound Energy Prices Public Offering Of $325 Million 99
Table 50: Florida Power & Light Prices 5.69% First Mortgage Bonds For $500 Million 100
Table 51: Northern California Power Issues 4% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2013 For $6.4 Million 101
Table 52: Northern California Power Issues 4% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2014 For $7.12 Million 102
Table 53: Northern California Power Issues 4% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2015 For $7.41 Million 103
Table 54: Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2016 For $7.75 Million 104
Table 55: Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2017 For $9.64 Million 105
Table 56: Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2018 For $10.13 Million 106
Table 57: Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2019 For $8.71 Million 107
Table 58: Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2020 For $9.15 Million 108
Table 59: Northern California Power Issues 5% 2010 Refunding Series A Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2021 For $9.61 Million 109
Table 60: Northern California Power Issues 2.75% 2010 Taxable Refunding Series B Hydro Electric Project Number One Revenue Bonds Due 2012 For $6.27 Million 110
Table 61: Praxair Issues 2.125% Notes Due 2013 For $500 Million 111
Table 62: Energy Future Holdings Issues 10% Senior Secured Notes Offering For $500 Million 112
Table 63: PSNH Completes Offering Of 4.5% First Mortgage Bonds For $150 Million 113
Table 64: Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 2.03% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009A Due 2011 For $3.18 Million 114
Table 65: Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 1.47% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009A Due 2010 For $2.58 Million 115
Table 66: Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 2.57% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009A Due 2012 For $3.24 Million 116
Table 67: Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 3.17% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009A Due 2013 For $3.32 Million 117
Table 68: Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 3.81% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009A Due 2014 For $3.43 Million 118
Table 69: Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 4.165% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009A Due 2015 For $3.57 Million 119
Table 70: Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 4.702% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009A Due 2016 For $0.74 Million 120
Table 71: Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 4.702% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009B Due 2016 For $2.8 Million 121
Table 72: Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 6.888% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009B Due 2027 For $3.56 Million 122
Table 73: Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 6.938% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009B Due 2028 For $3.72 Million 123
Table 74: Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 6.938% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009B Due 2029 For $3.89 Million 124
Table 75: Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 6.988% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009B Due 2030 For $4.07 Million 125
Table 76: Klickitat Public Utility District Issues 7.03% Electric System Revenue Bonds Series 2009B Due 2031 For $4.25 Million 126
Table 77: Wisconsin Electric Power Completes 4.25% Debenture Offering For $250 Million 127
Table 78: South Carolina Electric & Gas Completes Offering Of 5.5% Bonds Due 2039 For $150 Million 128
Table 79: NiSource Completes Offering Of $500 Million Of 6.125% Senior Unsecured Notes Due 2022 129
Table 80: Otter Tail Completes Public Offering Of 9% Senior Unsecured Notes For $100 Million 130
Table 81: SCANA Completes 7.7% Notes Offering For $150 Million 131
Table 82: Progress Energy Issues 6% Senior Notes Due 2039 For $600 Million 132
Table 83: Progress Energy Issues 4.875% Senior Notes Due 2019 For $350 Million 133
Table 84: Duke Energy Carolinas Prices 5.3% Bond Offering For $750 Million 134
Table 85: Pacific Gas and Electric Completes 5.4% Senior Notes Offering For $550 Million 135
Table 86: FPL Group Completes Public Offering Of $200 Million Floating Rate Debentures 136
Table 87: City of Colorado Springs Issues 4.164% Series 2009D-2 Taxable Utilities System Improvement Revenue Bonds Due 2016 For $0.87 Million 137
Table 88: City of Colorado Springs Issues 4.529% Series 2009D-2 Utilities System Improvement Revenue Bond Due 2017 For $0.89 Million 138
Table 89: City of Colorado Springs Issues 4.679% Series 2009D-2 Utilities System Improvement Revenue Bond Due 2018 For $0.92 Million 139
Table 90: Alcoa Receives Grant Of $110 Million For Modernization Of Tapoco Hydro Power Project In North Carolina, U.S. 140
Table 91: Ameren UE Invests $11 Million For Reconstruction Of Taum Sauk Pump Storage Hydro Plant In Missouri, U.S. 140
Table 92: Turnbull To Invest $10 Million For Turnbull Hydro Power Project In Monata, U.S. 141
Table 93: NYPA To Invest $460 Million For Up-gradation Of Robert Moses Niagara Hydro Plant In New York, U.S. 141
Table 94: American Municipal To Invest $550 Million For Meldahl Hydro Electric Power Project In Ohio, U.S. 142
Table 95: Brookfield To Invest $25 Million For Rehabilitation Of Glen Ferris Hydropower Project In West Virginia, U.S. 142
Table 96: CVPS To Acquire Four Hydroelectric Facilities From Omya 143
Table 97: Woronoco Hydro Receives Grant Of $0.26 Million For Up-gradation Of Russell Hydro Power Generating Station In Massachusetts, U.S. 143
Table 98: HG&E Receives $0.31 Million Grant For Holyoke Hydro Power Generating Station In Massachusetts, U.S. 144
Table 99: Kaukauna Utilities Acquires NewPage Hydroelectric Facility From NewPage Wisconsin System 144
Table 100: Fort Chicago Energy Partners Acquires Glen Park Hydroelectric Project For $80 Million From Energy Investors Funds 145
Table 101: Great Lakes Utilities To Acquire Five Hydro Power Plants For $70 Million From Consolidated Water Power 146
Table 102: American Municipal To Invest $432 Million In Smithland Hydro project In Kentucky, U.S. 147
Table 103: TDX Power Announces To Invest $218 Million In Chakachamna Lake Hydropower Project, U.S. 147
Table 104: Fort Chicago Energy Completes Project Financing Of $80 Million For Acquisition Of Glen Park Hydroelectric Project 148
Table 105: City of Quincy To Receive $30 Million Grant For Hydro Power Plant In Massachusetts, U.S. 149
Table 106: Algonquin Power & Utilities To Acquire Hydro-electric Generating Asset From Integrys Energy 149
Table 107: Alabama Power To Receives $6 Million Grant For Hydro power Plant, U.S. 150
Table 108: City of Tacoma To Receive $5 Million Grant For Hydro Power Plant, U.S. 150
Table 109: City of Boulder To Receive $1 Million Grant For Up-gradation Of Hydro Power Plant, U.S. 151
Table 110: Energy Northwest To Receive $1 Million Grant For Up-gradation Of Packwood Lake Hydroelectric Project, U.S. 151
Table 111: Los Alamos To Receive $5 Million Grant For Hydro Power Plant, U.S. 152
Table 112: PPL Holtwood Announces Project Financing For Holtwood Hydroelectric Plant Expansion Project, U.S. 152
Table 113: American Municipal Power Completes Bond Financing Of $20 Million For Hydroelectric Project, U.S. 153
Table 114: East Texas Electric Announces Bond Financing Of $25 Million For Lake Livingston Hydroelectric Plant, U.S. 153
Table 115: PPL Montana To Invest $230 Million For The Upgradation Of Rainbow Hydroelectric Plant, U.S. 154
Table 116: City of Quincy Completes Bond Financing Of $4 Million For Hydro Power Project In Massachusetts, U.S. 154
Table 117: Major Products and Services 157
Table 118: Brookfield Asset Management Inc., SWOT Analysis 157
Table 119: Brookfield Asset Management Inc., Other Locations 162
Table 120: Brookfield Asset Management Inc., Subsidiaries 162
Table 121: Major Products and Services 172
Table 122: General Electric Company, SWOT Analysis 180
Table 123: General Electric Company, Subsidiaries 186
Table 124: Major Products and Services 196
Table 125: Pacific Gas and Electric Company, SWOT Analysis 197
Table 126: Major Products and Services 202
Table 127: PacifiCorp, SWOT Analysis 203
Table 128: PacifiCorp, Subsidiaries 207
Table 129: Major Products and Services 210
Table 130: Voith Hydro Holding GmbH & Co. KG, SWOT Analysis 211
Table 131: Voith Hydro Holding GmbH & Co. KG, Subsidiaries 217
Table 132: Abbreviations 219

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Global Hydro Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020 16
Figure 2: Global Power Market, Installed Capacity by Technologies (MW), 2001 - 2020 18
Figure 2: Global Power Market, Installed Capacity Split by Technologies (MW), 2009 20
Figure 3: Global Renewable Power Market Installed Capacity (MW), 2001 - 2020 23
Figure 4: Global Renewable Power Market Installed Capacity Spilt by Technology (MW), 2009 25
Figure 5: Global Hydro Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020 29
Figure 6: Global Hydro Market. Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020 31
Figure 7: The US Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity By Fuel Type, MW, 2001-2020 34
Figure 8: The US Power Market, Power Generation by Fuel Type, GWh, 2001-2020 37
Figure 9: The US Renewable Market , Cumulative Installed Including Hydro, MW, 2001-2020 40
Figure 10: The US Renewable Power Market Including Hydro, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020 42
Figure 11: The US Hydro Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, MW, 2001-2020 44
Figure 12: The US Hydro Power Market, Power Generation, GWh, 2001-2020 46
Figure 13: The US Renewable Energy Market, Regulatory Framework, Federal Financial Incentives 48
Figure 14: The US Hydro Market, Deal Value versus Deal Volume Analysis, 2004-2009 59

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