◆英語タイトル：South Korea Power Sector
The South Korean power sector benefits from a solid economy of the country as well as a stable regulatory framework. However, instability in the region with its neighbor North Korea has proved to be a threat in the past for the country.
The power sector in South Korea does not account for a majority of the share of the Asia Pacific regional power generation and is expected to account for a bit less than six percent of the total Asia Pacific regional power generation by 2015.
Oil, followed by coal, is the dominant fuel in the country and oil accounts of over 40 percent of the primary energy demand in 2010. Coal accounted for 31 percent, followed by nuclear energy and natural gas.
With a considerable market size and established competitive landscape, the South Korean power sector is expected to have a moderate growth in the coming years.
In this industry scenario, Taiyou Research analyzes the Power Sector in South Korea in its research offering South Korea Power Sector. The report covers the following:
• Analysis of the global power sector in order to put the growth of South Korea’s power sector in perspective.
• Analysis of the power sector in Asia Pacific, which puts in perspective the growth of South Korea’s power sector as compared to other countries in the region.
• A SWOT analysis of the South Korean power sector.
• Market profile of the industry that covers electricity tariffs, regulatory framework, market entry, power consumption and generation in the country, power transmission in South Korea, legal framework, foreign investment policy and South Korean tax levels..
• Competition in the industry is analyzed with a look at the major players.
• Major players are profiled along with an in-depth profile of KEPCO, the leading players in the market. Players analyzed in the report apart from KEPCO include: GS Electric Power Services, K-Power, and Posco Power.
• Market forecast includes an outlook for the following: electricity transmission, electricity generation, gas use in power generation, oil-fired power generation, coal-fired power generation, nuclear energy, hydroelectricity, power generation from renewable energy, electricity tariffs, and a long term outlook for the sector.
• The Appendix looks at a SWOT analysis of the political and economic landscape in South Korea.
Taiyou Research’s report on the South Korea Power Sector is a comprehensive analysis of this sector.
1. Executive Summary
2. Global Power Sector
3. Power Sector in Asia-Pacific
3.1 Market Profile
3.2 Market Outlook
4. South Korea Power Sector SWOT Analysis
5. South Korea Power Sector
5.1 Energy Demand in South Korea
5.2 Power Generation Market in South Korea
5.3 Power Consumption in South Korea
5.4 Power Transmission in South Korea
5.5 Electricity Pricing
5.6 Regulatory Framework & Market Structure
5.7 Legal Framework
5.8 Foreign Investment Policy
5.9 South Korean Tax Levels
6. Competition in the Industry
7. Major Players
7.1 Korea Electric Power Corporation (Kepco)
7.1.1 Company Overview
7.1.2 Business Segments
7.1.3 Major Products & Services
7.1.4 Company Strategy
7.1.5 SWOT Analysis
7.2 GS Electric Power Services (GS EPS)
7.4 Posco Power
8. Power Sector in South Korea: Industry Outlook
8.1 Outlook for Electricity Transmission
8.2 Outlook for Electricity Generation
8.3 Outlook for Gas Use in Power Generation
8.4 Outlook for Oil-fired Power Generation
8.5 Outlook for Coal-fired Power Generation
8.6 Outlook for Nuclear Energy
8.7 Outlook for Hydroelectricity
8.8 Outlook for Power Generation from Renewable Energy
8.9 Outlook for Electricity Tariffs
8.10 Long-term Outlook for the Power Sector
8.11 Forecast Tables
9.1 South Korea Political Landscape SWOT Analysis
9.2 South Korea Economic Landscape SWOT Analysis
11. Research Methodology
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