DUBLIN, Apr. 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --Research and Markets
(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dhwjn2/energy_and) has announced the addition of the "Energy & Environment Industry Outlook in 2015 - An Asia-Pacific Perspective" report to their offering.
With the recent plunge in crude oil prices, it is a good time to think about the relationship between crude oil and the energy and environment markets. Many believe that the downward trend is temporary, with superficial impact on the markets. Although prices continue to plummet, industry challenges and operation cost still remain acute such as cost of power transmission and distribution. Other industry challenges include high non-revenue water with low electricity tariff for water utilities, lukewarm uptake of renewable energy, and random development of smart cities and green buildings. The study focuses on the above-mentioned developments as well as current and future trends of the Asia-Pacific energy and environment industries in 2015.
The top trends of the energy and environment industry in Asia-Pacific (APAC) in 2015 are:
- Oil Price in the New Normal Territory?
- Lower liquefied natural gas (LNG) Prices Invigorate Gas to Power Market
- Renewable Energy (RE) - An Indirect Beneficiary of Oil Price Slump
- Solar Power to Remain Resilient
- Asset Replacement and Smart Distribution for Power Utilities
- Electricity Deregulation to Stimulate Energy Storage System (ESS)
- The Race to Build Smart Cities Begins
- Energy Efficiency Gains to Increase Traction
- Water Utilities Struggle to Keep Cost Low o Membranes as Alternative Water Treatment Technology Create Waves
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
- Key Findings
- 15 Global Trends in 2015
- 15 Global Energy and Environment Trends in 2015
- 2015 Industry Headlines at a Glance in APAC
3. Oil Price in the New Normal Territory?
4. Lower LNG Prices Invigorate Gas to Power Market
5. RE - An Indirect Beneficiary of Oil Price Slump
6. Solar Power to Remain Resilient
7. Asset Replacement and Smart Distribution for Power Utilities
8. Electricity Deregulation to Stimulate ESS
9. The Race to Build Smart Cities Begins
10. Energy Efficiency Gains to Increase Traction
11. Water Utilities Struggle to Keep Cost Low
12. Membranes as Alternative Water Treatment Technology Create Waves
13. 2015 Focus on Singapore and Malaysia
- Energy and Buildings Industry in Singapore - Energetic Times Ahead?
- Water Industry in Singapore - Changing Competitive Landscape?
- Energy and Buildings Industry in Malaysia - Biomass to Lead RE?
- Water Industry in Malaysia - Focus on NRW Reduction
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