BMI View: Although the Philippine government is vocal in its support for renewable energy as a key
strategy against climate change, high electricity prices have resulted in continuous support for coal power.
New President Rodrigo Duterte is expected to lead to further ..."
BMI View: Turkey will maintain its position as a European non-hydropower renewables growth
outperformer over the next decade, as the government will continue to firmly back the sector in order to
ensure continued momentum in power sector diversification plans. We expe ..."
BMI View: The UAE will remain a hub for solar power investment in the GCC over the next decade, as the
technology continues to improve its competitiveness relative to natural gas, and the government remains
firmly supportive of power mix diversification efforts. The v ..."
BMI View: We expect non-hydro renewables capacity to increase by an annual average of 7.7% between
2016 and 2025, with an installed capacity base of over 400GW by 2025 - by far the largest renewables
market globally .New regulations for grid operators in China will he ..."
BMI View: Recently announced plans for large investments into South Korea's renewables sector
underscore the government's ambitions to significantly increase renewables' share in the country's power
mix. While we forecast the sector to experience strong growth rates o ..."
BMI View: India will be a global renewables outperformer over our 10-year forecast period, with nonhydro
renewables capacity to more than triple from 2015 to 2025. Ongoing government support, strong
investor interest and advantageous natural conditions will drive grow ..."
BMI View: Japan's solar sector will undergo a slowdown in growth over the coming years as government
subsidy cuts and grid connectivity bottlenecks lead to a reduction in installations. Solar will continue to be
the technology of choice for the country - both utility ..."
BMI View: Despite ambitious targets and strong political support, the expansion in Taiwan's non-hydro
renewables sector will remain below its potential primarily due to the country's unstable regulatory
environment and low liberalisation levels in the power sector. Co ..."
BMI View: Supportive policy and regulatory environment, combined with the government's strong
commitment to diversify the power mix, will continue to attract investment into Thailand's non-hydro
renewables industry over the coming decade. Growth will be driven by part ..."
BMI View: The attractiveness of Indonesia's renewables industry has improved over recent years, as
mounting environmental pressure and the implementation of conducive policy has encouraged investment
into the sector - particularly into the geothermal segment. We expec ..."