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Global Cyber Security Market 2013-2023 – World Industry Share, Size, Growth, Analysis and Forecast Research Report Available at MarketResearchReports.Biz

Global Cyber Security Market 2013-2023 – World Industry Share, Size, Growth, Analysis and Forecast Research Report Available at MarketResearchReports.Biz











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This report is the result of SDI’s extensive market and company research covering the global cyber security industry. It provides detailed analysis of both historic and forecast global industry values, factors influencing demand, the challenges faced by industry participants, analysis of the leading companies in the industry, and key news.

Introduction and Landscape

Why was the report written?

The Global Cybersecurity Market 2013-2023 offers the reader detailed analysis of the global cyber security market over the next ten years, alongside potential market opportunities to enter the industry, using detailed market size forecasts.

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What are the key drivers behind recent market changes?

The global cyber security market is dominated by North America, with the US being the largest defense spender in the world; overall, North America is set to spend US$ 93.6 billion on cyber security during the forecast period. Despite the scheduled budget cuts, Europe represents the second-largest market, with the total cyber security market valued at around US$ 24.7 billion, offering a potentially attractive investment opportunity for suppliers. Asia-Pacific is projected to spend an estimated US$ 23.2 billion on cyber security during the forecast period, followed by the Middle East and Latin America with US$ 22.8 billion and US$ 1.6 billion respectively.

What makes this report unique and essential to read?

The Global Cyber Security Market 2013-2023 provides detailed analysis of the current industry size and growth expectations from 2013 to 2023, including highlights of key growth stimulators. It also benchmarks the industry against key global markets and provides detailed understanding of emerging opportunities in specific areas.

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Key Features and Benefits

The report provides detailed analysis of the market for cyber security during 2013-2023, including the factors that influence the reasons countries are investing or cutting defense expenditure. It provides detailed expectations of growth rates and projected total expenditure.

Historically, most of the expenditure in this sector is generated by the private sector, yet government spending has witnessed a robust increase in the recent past; the US’s private and public sector spending is almost the same, pegged at US$ 94 billion over the next 10 years. The UK has also made cyber security a tier one priority by allocating an additional US$ 800 million for various cyber security initiatives in its 2010 strategic defense and security review (SDSR); the government is expected to spend close to US$ 6 billion on cyber security over the next 10 years. Similarly countries in the Middle East, Asia Pacific and Latin America are also expected to ramp up spending on cyber security during the forecast period.

Key Market Issues

It is very important for cyber security providers to identify the source of malware so that similar patterns can be tracked and observed for flaws, and a proper response to the attack can be delivered without causing undue inconvenience to the entire cyberspace community. This challenge stems from the fact that the cyber security institutional eco-system which consists of a broad set of international, national, and private organizations has unclear and overlapping boundaries.

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Cyber weapons are in their infancy and are expected to rapidly evolve over the next decade. Therefore, nations are currently dedicating increasing resources at the executive policy level as well as at the private sector level, in order to deal with complex cyber threats. These resources have been well utilized as is evident from the innovations in cyber defense technologies, but as these mechanisms become commercially available and their mode of operation is scrutinized, attackers will develop more advanced cyber weapon technologies to deal with advanced defenses.

Key Highlights

At the cyber-security world summit held in 2010, security experts raised credible issues such as crashing power grids, stalled air control towers, hospital infrastructure being rendered useless, and national defenses being susceptible to outside attack. New technologies such as cloud computing, social networking, and the proliferation of mobile devices have also resulted in an increase of cyber attacks. The governments of the UK, the US, France, Belgium, Germany, and India have stated that their systems and networks were infiltrated by criminal networks. Such incidents are expected to augment a sustainable demand for cyber security over the forecast period

The militaries of most countries have always enjoyed a certain degree of autonomy, but they are not immune from the economic uncertainties that face governments. With budget cuts being implemented, many countries are looking to channel their resources towards certain areas of military spending. For example the US is looking to phase out tanks and other major weapons programs and divert its spending towards IT and cyber security programs.

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Bentley Prince Street Returns to Entrepreneurial Roots with a Focus on Product Expansion and Global Growth

Bentley Prince Street Returns to Entrepreneurial Roots with a Focus on Product Expansion and Global Growth











Anthony P. Minite, president and CEO


City of Industry, CA (PRWEB) July 25, 2012

The management team of Bentley Prince Street is pleased to announce that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the company from its parent, Interface, Inc., and return the distinguished commercial carpet manufacturer to a privately-owned entity. The transaction is expected to close in the coming few weeks. Management, making the purchase together with Dominus Capital, a private equity investment firm, plans to capitalize on the company’s over-thirty-year history of designing award-winning commercial carpet products to expand its broadloom, carpet tile and area rug businesses worldwide. In the coming year, Bentley Prince Street will be increasing its efforts to meet industry demand for innovation and performance, while reinforcing its legacy of design excellence.    

“This upcoming chapter in our company’s history is exciting for our associates and our industry because we are setting big goals for growth that will provide a huge burst of energy for all of us,” said President and CEO Anthony Minite. “Bentley Prince Street has long been celebrated for design excellence and an entrepreneurial spirit, and that spirit is what motivates us to be better and stronger than our competitors.”

Bentley Prince Street will continue to manufacture quality products, designed with its customers’ needs in mind, in the most responsible way. Partnering with Dominus Capital will afford Bentley Prince Street the ability to acquire the highest quality technology, which will allow the company to exceed the industry’s expectations in the areas of design and innovation. In addition, management plans to expand the company’s carpet tile and area rug programs in the U.S. and abroad.

Ashish Rughwani, Partner at Dominus Capital, added, “We are excited to partner with Anthony and the rest of the management team in this investment. We look forward to supporting them as they continue to expand their industry-leading product portfolio and further build-out their roster of dedicated clients around the globe. In addition to making a substantial financial commitment to Bentley, we look forward to utilizing our previous experience in the floor covering industry, as well as our network of industry executives, to assist management in achieving its growth plans.”

Bentley Prince Street is the largest commercial carpet manufacturer in California and it will continue to operate in its LEED® Certified for Existing Buildings facility in Los Angeles, while bringing jobs and revenue back into the state. In addition to the economic benefits, Bentley Prince Street is the first manufacturer in California, and one of only three companies in the state, selected to Pilot ISO 50001 by the Department of Energy.

For nearly two decades, Bentley Prince Street has led the industry in an unparalleled commitment to sustainability. Bentley Prince Street will continue to embrace Ray Anderson’s legacy of environmental responsibility as it builds toward a future that is most beneficial to associates, customers and vendors. The company is recognized as a leader in driving sustainability, and it will continue to engage its associates and customers in that commitment.

While the contemplated purchase may represent a change in ownership, it does not represent any change in Bentley Prince Street’s commitment to delivering quality products and customer service since 1979. Design, quality and service are the tenets upon which Bentley Prince Street is built and also represent what customers have come to expect. Bentley Prince Street is embracing its entrepreneurial roots and looks forward to writing the next chapter in its rich history together with customers, vendors, and partners.

About Bentley Prince Street

Defining style, color, quality and service for over 30 years, Bentley Prince Street manufactures and markets award-winning broadloom, carpet tile and area rugs for commercial interiors across the globe. Bentley Prince Street is committed to sustainable commerce and innovations to integrate style and function with environmental practices. With the industry’s most comprehensive vertical carpet manufacturing facility, the company maintains third-party certification to the ISO 9001:2009 Quality Management System and the ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System. Based in Los Angeles County, California, Bentley Prince Street operates in a LEED-EB® Silver carpet mill and is the largest commercial carpet manufacturer in California. For more information, please visit http://www.bentleyprincestreet.com and http://bpscarpet.blogspot.com.























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Why is the growth slowing down in many developing nations, particularly BRIC nations?

Question by : Why is the growth slowing down in many developing nations, particularly BRIC nations?
Does this signify another slowdown all over the world in a year or so?

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Answer by Whats Up Doc
Not enough demand. Energy prices are high. More than likely it will.

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18. Economic Impact of Population Growth

Global Problems of Population Growth (MCDB 150) 1) Population in China: Until recently, Chinese families did not much alter their fertility depending on life events like deaths of children. However, under government prodding and eventually coercion, fertility drops drastically in China in the 1970s, but, to counteract momentum, the One-Child Policy starts in 1979-80. 2) Population Growth and Economic Development: In Asia, rapid fertility drops have preceded economic booms by ~15 years. In this time, children grow up and become workers. With many workers and fewer children to support, savings and investments rise causing the boom. Non-Asian countries with rapid fertility drops, like Ireland, fit this model. Sub-Saharan Africa, with still high fertility, makes little economic progress. 00:00 – Chapter 1. Concluding Facts on Population in China 14:15 – Chapter 2. Urban v. Rural Fertility in China 26:15 – Chapter 3. Economic Globalization and China 34:17 – Chapter 4. Economic Motivations for Fertility 46:52 – Chapter 5. Population Growth and Relationship with GDP 57:05 – Chapter 6. Demographic Dividend Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: open.yale.edu This course was recorded in Spring 2009.
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Harbor Point Spurs Stamford?s Economic Growth with Thousands of New Jobs

Harbor Point Spurs Stamford’s Economic Growth with Thousands of New Jobs











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Stamford, CT (PRWEB) March 11, 2012

The ongoing success of Harbor Point continues to have a strong positive economic impact on Stamford, creating of thousands of new jobs as the South End undergoes its remarkable transformation from abandoned industrial sites into a vibrant new mixed-use community.

“As Harbor Point’s new buildings have risen, dozens of new businesses have opened and hundreds of new residents have moved in. This has brought approximately 2,000 full-time jobs to Stamford so far, along with thousands of construction jobs since the project began,” reports Carl Kuehner III, CEO of Building and Land Technology, the Stamford-based real estate developer of Harbor Point. “On top of these, additional jobs have been supported or created from the influx of new business tenants and residents who are now a part of Stamford.”

Stamford Mayor, Michael Pavia, also notes the significant impact of Harbor Point on the City’s economy. “In the midst of the worst economic downturn in 50 years, BLT’s development of Harbor Point has been an essential component of Stamford’s economic growth and strength. The size and scope of the Harbor Point investment make a compelling statement – Stamford is open for business. Clearly, it remains the pre-eminent place for the growth and development of businesses and is one of the most attractive destinations to live and work on the east coast.”

Construction jobs have been generated not only by Harbor Point’s new commercial and residential buildings, but also by the construction or rebuilding of the much of the South End’s streets and utility infrastructure, all done at no cost to the City. The fees and additional tax revenue generated by Harbor Point have also had a positive financial impact in reducing the tax burden on Stamford taxpayers.

Harbor Point has attracted a wide range of new office tenants to Stamford including Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Design Within Reach, Louis Dreyfus Highbridge Energy, and the U.S. Government. Starwood Hotels & Resorts alone brought over 800 new jobs to Stamford. Eleven new retailers have become part of Harbor Point in recent months, including Connecticut’s only Fairway Market, Dinosaur BarBQue, Exhale Spas, Walgreens, Le Pain Quotidien, First Niagara Bank, Design Within Reach, Harlan Social, Robek’s, and Go Green Dry Cleaners. All of these new office tenants and businesses are helping to create a diverse economic base for Stamford and an enormous number of jobs in a variety of sectors.

A tremendous opportunity for the Stamford job market, the opening of Fairway Market in Harbor Point created approximately 450 new positions at this one-of-a-kind, industry-leading specialty and traditional grocer. At nearly 85,000 square feet, the Connecticut store is the company’s largest to date and includes a wine and spirits store, a full kitchen, an 80-seat café, and a wide variety of specialty departments. “The jobs created here include not only stock clerks and cashiers, but also butchers, bakers, chefs, and other skilled positions that we provide specialized training for,” reports Aaron Fleishaker, Fairway Market’s Senior Vice President of Real Estate and Construction. “Fairway is a fully unionized employer offering great benefits. We’re very loyal to our staff, and as a result, our employees stay with us for a long time, often being promoted to higher-level positions within the company. Some of our current managers started out as hourly employees in our stores.”

Numerous job fairs were held at various local venues as part of Fairway Market’s hiring process. Most of the new positions created at Fairway were filled with residents from in and around the community. Over 200 were filled in collaboration with non-profit community-based agencies including CTE that have developed networks with area businesses to connect them with low-to-moderate-income local residents who are qualified job candidates, often working with clients who are transitioning from public assistance to viable jobs.

“Harbor Point has given an enormous boost to Stamford’s economy, especially in this formerly underserved part of the City,” said Treva Franks, Director of Workforce Development at CTE. “The unprecedented job opportunities it’s created have done so much for the community.” Ms. Franks has worked to build strong, lasting relationships with Harbor Point businesses including the new Fairway Market, for which she helped coordinate three job fairs. Having worked with CTE since 2007, she sees Harbor Point’s success all the more remarkable in light of the significant economic challenges and job losses faced around the region and the nation. Adds Ms. Franks, “Harbor Point has redefined the City.”

Wendy Champeix, Director of Employment and Education Services at Laurel House for the past twelve years, also notes the key contribution of Harbor Point to Stamford’s job growth, particularly in its creation of diverse career opportunities outside of the financial industry. “What Harbor Point has been able to accomplish is amazing,” said Ms. Champeix, “growing and bringing in new businesses and jobs – so much is happening there. Stamford is really the only city in Connecticut that has been able to grow continually, and Harbor Point has been an integral part of that. The difference is clearly visible here, while other cities in the state struggle with abandoned buildings and properties.”

She also sees the importance of job creation in conjunction with the creation of quality housing, which has made Harbor Point such an important catalyst for positive change in the area. “That’s something for everyone to be thrilled about.” She looks forward to continuing to expand a job placement network with Harbor Point businesses – meeting with business owners, collaborating with other agencies, and holding job fairs.

With new businesses arriving at Harbor Point all the time, the continuing contribution to Stamford’s job growth remains assured in this thriving new community which has already become a resounding success and an integral part of the City.

About BLT

A second-generation real estate development company, Stamford-based Building and Land Technology (BLT) has completed ventures worth more than $ 3 billion including over 4 million square feet of commercial development and 4,000+ residential units. BLT trophy properties host the headquarters for Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Gen Re, GE Commercial Finance, Diageo, GE Real Estate, Xerox, GE Energy Financial Services, IMS Health, Hewitt, Cornell University Veterinary Specialists, Design Within Reach, and Louis Dreyfus Highbridge Energy. BLT’s numerous office parks, apartment complexes, single family subdivisions, common interest communities and adaptive reuse projects total in excess of 8,000,000 square feet of development throughout Fairfield County. BLT is the developer of Harbor Point, one of the nation’s largest redevelopment projects – http://www.harborpt.com.

BLT is led by brothers Carl & Paul Kuehner, who have worked closely together for more than 20 years. Carl serves as Chief Executive officer, while Paul is the President of BLT. BLT has a vertically integrated multi-disciplinary team that can take on every aspect of a complex project, and includes experts in planning, entitlement, design, construction, leasing, management, marketing and finance.

About Harbor Point

Harbor Point, Stamford’s most dynamic neighborhood, connects the City to its revitalized waterfront and acres of newly developed parks. Home to the unique apartment communities 101 Park Place, the Lofts at Yale & Towne, and The Lockworks, as well as several projects currently in development, Harbor Point is bustling with nearly 1,000 new residents. Together with their diverse and growing population of residents, Harbor Point has seen an influx of both large and small commercial and retail tenants including Connecticut’s first Fairway Market, Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, Design Within Reach, Cornell University Veterinary Specialists, Louis Dreyfus Highbridge Energy, Go Green Dry Cleaners, Robeks Premium Fruit Smoothies, First Niagara Bank, exhale Spa, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, and more. Harbor Point has been awarded LEED Gold Status for leadership in environmentally-friendly neighborhood design. Visit http://www.harborpt.com to find out more.





















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More Environmental Change Press Releases

Industrial growth achieved despite world economic crunch.15.10.2009-itn news Sri Lanka

Senior Presidential Advisor and Parliamentarian Basil Rajapakse has said that Sri Lankas industrial sector had been growing strong when there was a downturn in the global economy. He said factories were being opened at places such as Matale at a time when thousands of people were losing jobs in affluent countries. This particular investor came as they were assured that peace was being ushered in by the President with the assistance of the heroic soldiers and cooperation of the people. As such it was possible to open the new factory soon. Mr. Rajapakse was speaking at the opening a factory of the ceramic printing sector with new technology at the Noritake Porcelain Factory premises. It will help produce high quality designs within an environment friendly manner, devoid of dust and waste. The new factory cost 170 million rupees. The Noritake Lanka Porcelain Factory is joint venture between the Ceylon Ceramics Corporation and Japan launched in 1972. At present there are 1100 employees. Exports are undertaken to many countries. The annual income is 1.5 billion rupees. Ministers Kumara Welgama and Rohan Dissanayake, Central Province Governor Tikiri Kobbekaduwa and Managing Director of the Noritake Company S. Hasagawa were present.
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Green Building Growth Highlights Consultant?s Top Ten Trends for 2010

Green Building Growth Highlights Consultant’s Top Ten Trends for 2010











Faculty Offices, Cal Poly State U., CA


Tucson, AZ (Vocus) January 6, 2010

Green building industry leader, Jerry Yudelson says that green building will continue to grow in spite of the global credit crisis and the ongoing economic recession in most countries. The green building consultant published his annual Top Ten list of green building trends, which included this and other insights.

“What we’re seeing is that more people are going green each year, and there is nothing on the horizon that will stop this trend,” explains Jerry Yudelson, the principal of Tucson-based green building consulting company, Yudelson Associates. “In putting together my Top Ten trends for 2010, I’m taking advantage of conversations I’ve had with green building industry leaders in the U.S., Canada, Germany and Australia as I have traveled the world over the past year.”

Yudelson’s Top Ten Green Building Trends include:

1. Green building will continue to grow more than 60 percent in 2010, using new LEED project registrations as a proxy, on a cumulative basis. “We’ve seen cumulative growth in new LEED projects over 60 percent per year since 2006, in fact 80 percent in 2009, and there’s no sign that the green wave has crested,” he said.

2. Green building will benefit from the Obama presidency and the strongly Democratic Congress, with a continued focus on green jobs gained by applying incentives energy efficiency, new green technologies and renewable energy. This trend will last for the foreseeable future.

3. The focus of the green building industry will continue to switch from new buildings to greening existing buildings. “The fastest growing LEED rating system in 2009 was the LEED for Existing Buildings program, and I expect this trend to continue in 2010,” said Yudelson. My 2009 book, Greening Existing Buildings, documents the strategic components of this trend.

4. Awareness of the coming global crisis in fresh water supply will increase, leading building designers and managers to take further steps to reduce water consumption in buildings with more conserving fixtures, rainwater recovery systems and innovative new water technologies. “My forthcoming book, Dry Run: Preventing the Next Urban Water Crisis, shows how this is being done in green buildings all over the U.S.”

5. The green building movement will go global, as more countries begin to create their own green building incentives and developing their own Green Building Councils. More than 30 countries, on all continents, will show considerable green building growth in 2010.

6. Solar power use in buildings will accelerate with the prospect of increasing utility focus on state-level renewable power standards (RPS) for 2015 and 2020. As before, third-party financing partnerships will continue to grow and provide capital for large rooftop systems.

7. Local governments will step up their mandates for green buildings for both themselves and the private sector. We’ll see at least 20 major new cities with commercial sector green building mandates. The desire to reduce carbon emissions by going green will lead more government agencies to require green buildings.

8. Zero-net-energy designs for new buildings become increasingly commonplace, in both residential and commercial sectors, as LEED and ENERGY STAR ratings become too common to confer competitive advantage.

9. The retail sector will embrace green building, especially green operations. I call this trend, ‘shop green ‘til you drop, says Yudelson. “More retailers are becoming conscious of the need for both operational green measures and greening the supply chain.”

10. European green building technologies will become better known and more widely adopted in the U.S. and Canada. “My 2009 book, Green Building Trends: Europe, has helped to accelerate this trend, along with an increasing number of European architects and engineers, who are opening offices in the U.S.”

11. A bonus pick: Yudelson adds “Campus sustainability plans and actions will become the defining trend in higher education,” as more than 800 leading educational institutions race to embrace a thorough response to climate change.

About Yudelson Associates

Yudelson Associates is a leading international firm in sustainability planning and green building consulting. The founder, Jerry Yudelson, is widely acknowledged as one of the nation’s leading green building and sustainability consultants. He is the author of 11 green building books and served as Research Scholar for Real Estate Sustainability for the International Council of Shopping Centers, a 70,000-member international trade organization. He is a frequent green building speaker at industry and professional conferences and chaired the industry’s largest annual show, Greenbuild, from 2004 through 2009.

For more information please contact Jerry Yudelson, 520-207-9759, info(at)greenbuildconsult(dot)com or visit http://www.greenbuildconsult.com.

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Hiring a Placement Agent to Market Mezzanine Capital and Growth Equity Investors

A placement agent is a financial firm who act as an intermediary in the world of fundraising. Sometimes it is an individual but more often a firm, who assists entrepreneurs, private companies, or institutional investors who are willing and capable of investing a private equity fund. Basically, they match cash-hungry funds with cash-rich investors. They are often structured as groups within huge investment banking firms such as Credit Suisse Private Fund Group and UBS Investment Bank, or as separate boutique investment banks such as MVision Private Equity Advisers and Campbell Lutyens.

In the context of private equity, a placement agent serves several functions for a company such as raise mezzanine capital or venture capital, as well as raise investor commitments to new private equity funds. The market is very competitive especially with the advancement of media and technology, and the need of a placement agent is now certainly arising in this new economic environment. They are crucial to fundraising for emerging markets of private equity funds.

A company usually hires a placement agent in order not to spend too much of its own time seeking for mezzanine capital or growth equity investors. Sometimes the lender also commissions an agent so that the fund partners can aim attention at management issues rather than focusing on how to raise venture capital. Mounir Guen, chief executive of MVision says, “A placement agent is a necessity.”  Why? “Because if the job is done well it brings a level of sophistication and experience to the fundraising process.” This is because financial institutions have become more crucial and sophisticated in evaluating potential investments.

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In the past, these agents were hired to introduce private equity funds to the investors or to what they termed as limited partners (LP), and simply congratulated after a job well done. But today, they are highly valued advisors who understand and know their limited partners and the market’s appetite for different approaches. They also advise and assist fund managers and help develop marketing strategies. Their critical responsibility is constantly trying to satisfy their limited partners and value their judgment in order to establish long term and deep relationship.

Placement agents can bring a myriad of relationships with growth equity investors, mezzanine capital firms, or venture capitalists. They can cherry-pick investors that are likely to come into a particular fund, increasing efficiency and minimizing risk in the fundraising project, according to James Coleman who joined Deloitte LLP after UBS Investment Bank, two of the globally known financial services firms. They can also advise some existing owners of private equity assets on secondary market sales of their interests.

Placement agents are mostly compensated through fees ranging from 1 percent to 3 percent by the companies or individuals who raise capitals. Sometimes their fees and terms of engagement would extremely vary depending on the length of time to execute the fund and based on the amount of money raised.

Rose writes articles for Grow-Connect, a platform that matches and connects entrepreneurs with angel investors.

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Vision Shopsters – Green Energy in the UK: Renewable sources, drivers, legislation, capacity growth and the future outlook

Renewable energy generates close to 2% of electricity in UK. In 2008, UK’s electricity generation totaled 389,650GWh, a decrease of 1.9% over 2007. During 2004–08, UK’s electricity generation decreased at CAGR of 0.3% mainly on account of financial crisis. At a national level, the ‘UK Renewable Energy Strategy’ (2009) suggests that the UK’s electricity generation from renewables would be more than 30% by 2020. UK’s renewable energy industry is driven by government incentives and mandates. The UK’s electricity market for renewables is driven by Feed-in Tariff system and the Renewable Obligation.
This report documents the growth of the UK renewable energy market, showing its current status and projecting where it is likely to grow to in the foreseeable future.
This document gathers the statistical data on the different types of energy generation, combines and contrasts them against each other to show the clear leaders, drivers to change and future growth.

To know more about this report please visit : Green Energy in the UK: Renewable sources, drivers, legislation, capacity growth and the future outlook

Key features of this report

• Overview of the UK electricity market with focus on renewable energy. Analysis of energy type volumes, capacity installed, and generation output in the UK.
• Growth of renewables – installed capacity and generation, government mandates and incentives, and comparative economics.
• Information and analysis by renewable energy sector – wind, solar, biomass, hydro, and geothermal.
• Installed capacity and generation, global comparison, key players, economics, drivers, resistors, and outlook for each renewable energy sector.
• Outlook for overall UK energy supply with future outlook.

Scope of this report

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• Achieve a quick and comprehensive understanding of how UK market trends and legislation are influencing the development of the renewable energy market.
• Assess the emerging trends in renewable energy technology – wind, biomass, hydropower, solar, geothermal, and biofuels – capacity and generation.
• Quantify value and volume growth potential in UK electricity market and in energy generation technology type.
• Understand the major issues affecting general electricity market and renewable electricity in particular.
• Predict the key growth areas in the UK renewable energy industry.

Key Market Issues

• EU Emission Reduction Targets: Historically, the EU’s emission reduction targets are the primary drivers for implementation of policies that encouraged usage of renewable energy in the EU member states. The EU’s directive on reducing GHG emissions through increased usage of renewable energy is expected to be met at individual country-level through their own policies.
• Renewable Energy Incentives and Mandates: In order to meet the emission reduction target laid out in the EU directive, UK adopted its own national climate action plan. The UK Renewable Energy Strategy’ (2009) suggests that the UK’s electricity generation from renewables would be more than 30% by 2020.
• Political Support: UK’s new coalition government has promised renewable initiatives under a new energy bill. The UK aims at creation of a green investment bank that would loan individual households the money to invest in carbon-reducing measures, including insulation.
• Energy Efficiency: UK’ energy policy is governed by twin objectives of reducing energy demand through energy efficiency measures and converting its generation fleet into a cleaner one.

Key findings from this report

• Given mounting fiscal deficit, UK’s new collation government has put an end to low-carbon buildings program grants. The UK government is to introduce the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme from April 2011. This is expected top cover heat pumps, solar thermal, biomass boilers, renewable CHP. The UK government plans to increase its renewable electric power generation to 30% by 2020.
• Wind power is the second largest renewable energy source in the UK after biomass. UK has set a target to increase its installed wind power capacity to 28GW by 2020 of which 14GW would be onshore and 14GW would be offshore.
• In 2010, the government of UK took initiatives to expand solar power sector by encouraging new developments in solar technologies and announcing feed-in tariffs for solar power.
• In 2008, biomass shared largest contribution of 43.1% in total generation of electricity from renewables (21,597GWh). Biomass is the UK’s largest green energy resource. The nation’s biomass resource potential is at an estimated 20 million tons per annum. By 2020, UK could witness commercialization of cogeneration (i.e. Combining Heat and Power or CHP) using biomass.

Key questions answered

• What are the drivers shaping and influencing new capacity installed in the energy industry?
• How will renewable energy technologies capacity share perform to 2020? What are the opportunities?
• What is the policy framework governing the renewable energy market?
• Which renewable energy technology types are likely to grow strongly?
• What is the potential of various renewable energy technologies?

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The Climate, the Planet, and Growth

News By Anthony Ricigliano – The impression is that “green growth” doesn’t quite seem to have caught on if the recent failure of the climate bill is any indication. True, with green growth capabilities still in their infancy, just keeping up with today’s demands would be well beyond the scope of green technology. Without that to fall back on, there’s just growth. Faced with a recession of varying degrees and regions it looks like any type of growth will do.

The problem with growth at all costs is that politicians are forced to go with hat in hand to the very same entities that are heating the planet and burning through the planet’s resources; the corporations that make their money through the depletion of fossil fuel. Of all the industry sectors affected by the global recession, one could argue that Big Oil remains as one of the strongest sectors out there, BP disaster or not. This strength buys political power and puts them in a position of holding the keys to any possibility of reviving or killing any economy. This power isn’t specific to only the United States; it is spread across global political and economic systems.  

The complexity in changing this situation to a different paradigm is so huge that, on the surface at least, it looks almost impossible. One of the big issues is that doing the right thing small steps matters but it can also justify inaction on a larger scale. Here’s an example; a business owner starts a recycling program in his office to take the first steps toward becoming a green company. He feels great about putting this into action and then hops into his Hummer for the one hour commute home.
Staying with this example, one of the things that get people like our business owner to make big changes is when the results of their actions hit them in the face. Our Hummer owner might start feeling some religion towards a Prius if he sees that he can cut his gas bill by three quarters by driving something that gets higher mileage.

Changing from a fossil fuel based growth economy to one perhaps closer to steady state growth philosophies may take millions of these “aha” moments. This change could also be brought to pass should climate change and its links to global warming starts showing up in dramatic fashion. One could hope that the aha moments come in the form decisions being made in which an environmentally friendly choice is more economical that one that isn’t. The unfortunate reality is that we’re still at a point where green solutions are often more costly, less convenient, and/or less efficient than existing solutions.  

The other unfortunate reality is that people in general must often be faced with some sort of adversity before they will commit to making a change. On this note, one can also hope that the adversity required to break environmentally damaging habits doesn’t start arriving on an increasingly frequent basis in the form of disastrous weather and ever rising sea levels.

Author Anthony Ricigliano

Anthony Ricigliano‘s background in information technology, distribution, purchasing and regulatory affairs then gives him an edge with integrating that infrastructure with areas in the company that generate revenues.

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