The report presents a detailed description of current conditions in the Polish
construction market segment of power construction projects that produce energy
by conventional processes, i.e. mainly energy blocks with high generation
Projects are analysed by power source - coal, lignite, natural gas, and
The report contains information on the most recent trends and in-depth
analysis of the investment plans of key investors.
It explores possible outcomes of likely market scenarios in terms of
the realisation potential of each investment.
This report explores significant energy construction market topics, such as:
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- Poland's current power generation capacity - by energy source
- The general market conditions for power production in Poland
- Key conventional energy investments and leading players in this production
- Main sources of funding for energy investments
- Common barriers to successful completion of energy investments in Poland
- A SWOT analysis of the conventional energy market.
This report provides answers to essential questions about the market:
- What is the total size (MW) and value (PLN bn) of the proposed
conventional energy source investments?
- What is the size and value of planned investments in each of the following
segments: coal, lignite, natural gas and nuclear power?
- What percentage of the planned investments will be successful?
- In which regions of Poland will investment in conventional energy be the
- What recently introduced regulations may impact the planned investment in
Unique features of this report include:
- A comprehensive analysis of the development prospects for each of the
leading energy sources used to generate power in Poland
- A valuable analysis of planned power construction investments with a
description of the investment policies of the key market players
- Profiles of key investments including important data such as: the
investor, location, block power, fuel type, stage of the investment, planned
completion date, visualisation.
Selected companies analysed in this report:
Alstom, Rafako, Polimex-Mostostal, Mostostal Warszawa, Abener Energia, Hitachi
Power Europe, Elektrobudowa, Introl, Iberdrola, Tecnimont Poland, China
National Electric Engineering Co. Ltd. (CNEEC), China Overseas Engineering
Group Co. Ltd. (COVEC), SNC-Lavalin, General Electric, Control Process,
Energoinstal, Mostostal Zabrze, Siemens, Bilfinger, Pol-Aqua, Dragados,
Babcock, Foster Wheeler, Posco Engineering & Construction, Remondis, Budimex.
Use this report for all types of business activities, such as:
- Entering the power construction market in Poland
- Looking for new construction orders on the power construction market
- Planning a corporate strategy (construction or equipment providers)
- Analysing the investment potential on the Polish construction market
- Monitoring the competition
- Preparing analyses for the executive board or shareholders.
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- By the end of 2015 distribution enterprises will have invested in networks
a total of nearly PLN 27bn; not only in modernising the existing grids or
constructing new ones, but also connecting new sources and recipients, as well
as in the broadly defined system improvements, such as supervision or remote
- We estimate that by 2024 investments in conventional energy (including
nuclear power and large biomass boilers) in the optimistic scenario could
reach up to PLN 100bn, compared to the PLN 140bn expected in the previous
year. Such a large reduction in the value of planned investment is related to
the fact that in 2012-2013 many projects have been abandoned.
Market commentary by expert
The aging conventional power generation capacity of Poland is forcing energy
companies to extinguish inefficient old power blocks and construct new,
high-performance objects. Currently, there are over a dozen large investments
in various stages of realisation (mainly preparing for construction), while as
many are in the initial, preparatory stages. The completion of these
investments will make power generation the leading segment of Polish
construction until at least 2020.
Bartek Sosna, Head Construction market Analyst
Table of Contents
- I. Methodology
- II. Executive summary
- III. Investments in power networks
- IV. Investments in conventional energy
- V. Investments in nuclear energy
- VI. Profiles of the major investors on the power
- VII. market
- VIII. List of graphs
- IX. List of tables
- X. About PMR