Ignatov & Company Group - Energy & Utilities - News Services & MonitoringIgnatov provides News Services & Monitoring in Energy & Utilities since 1998. Our team has partner relations with governmental agencies responsible for energy market regulation and standards/safety, several large state-run and private energy producers, suppliers of energy equipment, energy distributors, industry unions and associations, etc. We have abilities to search and aggregate news in local languages, to access governmental and industry news sources (such as industry media, news sites, industry associations, databases, etc.). 

Here is what we can cover as related to the energy & utilities news (but not limited to this):

  • Power generation
    • Thermal
    • Nuclear
    • Hydropower
    • Alternative sources
  • Power distribution
    • Nationwide electric grids
    • Regional and municipal electric grids
    • Municipal heat networks
  • Utilities
    • Water supply
    • Sewage
    • Gas in-house supply
    • Waste utilization
  • Fuels
    • Natural gas
    • Oil
    • Coal
    • Nuclear (except that used in the defense)
    • Hydropower
    • Solar
    • Wind
    • Other alternative sources
  • Power market
    • Energy demand
    • Energy production
    • Lack/surplus of energy – energy export/import
    • Market volume/value
    • Segmentation (by power plant type - i.e. thermal, hydro, nuclear; by fuel type; etc.)
    • Market organization - including power industry reforming
    • Power market regulation, including tariffs
  • Forecast scenarios for power sector development
    • Market volume/value forecasts (realistic, optimistic and pessimistic scenarios) 
    • Energy demand
    • Energy production
    • Lack/surplus of energy – energy export/import perspectives
    • Investment demand and sources
    • Changes in regulation
    • Changes in customer base and by-industry consumption
  • Customer base (individual consumers; corporate customers; government as customer; regional authorities as customers; export)
  • Players (nationwide power holdings; regional power operators; regional distribution companies; grid operators, etc.)
  • Market barriers and risks (legislative, corruption, technological requirements/standards, etc.)
  • Investment programs/plans for equipment renovation/replacement or new asset construction at the side of the largest players
  • Technical issues for equipment (national standards; certification; technological conformity of equipment confirmation; custom procedures, including import tax level; benefits of local production or assembly vs. importation)
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