Global Small Hydropower Market-Industry Analysis and Forecast (2019-2027) – By Capacity, Type, Components, and Region.

Global Small Hydropower Market holds potential to reach US$ 3.59 Billion by 2027, driven by multiple factors, including demand and supply-side drivers.

Global Small Hydropower Market Product Definition:

Small hydropower is a renewable and clean source of energy that generates electricity by converting mechanical energy into electric energy. Small hydro projects are being set up both by government and private developers as per the state policies. Small hydro projects are not only cost-intensive with good returns, but they also have less effect on the ecology and topography of the region.

Increase Rural Electrification In Emerging Countries

The investments in small hydropower projects to increase rural electrification in emerging countries such as China, Vietnam, and India are expected to drive the demand for the small hydropower market. Also, the financial incentives and help in the form of low-interest loans, grants, renewable purchase obligations, and feeding tariffs, would further support demand and supply-side growth of the small hydropower market covered in the report.

Integration of IoT With Hydropower In The Era Of Connected Technologies

There have been severe reductions in renewable energy technology costs because of R&D and accelerated developments. A small hydropower plant is built through existing dams or a running river, which decreases above 46% cost of civil construction and results in a low capital cost for the project. Similarly, the integration of IoT with hydropower in the era of connected technologies is expected to offer significant opportunities for the growth of the small hydropower market in the future.

The High Cost Associated With Operating A Small Hydropower Plant

The cost associated with operating a small hydropower plant when compared with New Solar Photovoltaic (PV) and Onshore Wind Power is high, which might discourage the growth of the small hydropower market. Global Small Hydropower Market To know about the Research Methodology :- Request Free Sample Report

The 1-10 MW segment is held the largest market share of the small hydropower market in 2019.

By capacity, the 1-10 MW segment held the largest market share of the small hydropower market in 2019, because of the small hydropower installations in many countries across the globe. This is mainly due to the small-scale decentralized projects being organized in developing countries like China, Vietnam, and India, among others, particularly in the Asia Pacific, for rural electrification. For example, a 9MW solar-hydro hybrid project in development in Burundi was awarded $990,000 by the African Development Bank-managed Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) in 2019.

The Mini-Hydropower Segment is Expected To Accounts For The Largest Market Share By 2027.

By type, the mini-hydropower segment is expected to accounts for the largest market share of the global market by 2027, in terms of value. This is mainly because of the increasing installation of mini-hydropower plants in many countries across the globe. For example, China has shown a way of installing small hydropower plants. The developed countries like the US and Norway are investing in small hydropower schemes to enhance the renewable energy share in the country’s energy mix. The Asia Pacific is expected to lead the global small hydropower market in terms of market size The Asia Pacific is currently the largest small hydropower market, followed by Europe and North America. The Asia Pacific market is expected to grow during the forecast period because of investments in rural electrification and off-grid energy generation. China, Australia, Vietnam, and India are the world’s fastest-growing economies, contributing largely to the Asia Pacific market. For instance, on June 30, 2019, India was approximately 4,604.81 MW while, 116 small hydropower (SHP) projects aggregating 589.99 MW are currently under construction. Europe is expected to witness significant growth as an outcome of favorable government regulations. Also, according to the Renewable Energy Directive of the European Union States, the member state has to produce approx. a 25% share of its energy using renewable sources of energy by 2020.

Global Small Hydropower Market Industry Developments:

• In Sept 2019, Voith Hydro opened its branch office in Kathmandu, Nepal. Voith Hydro, which had been supplying hydropower equipment to Nepal since 1968, undertook this expansion to build its customer base and provide quality service. • In June 2019, Voith’s subsidiary in Russia, VolgaHydro opened a new production plant in Balakovo, Russia. Through this new investment, Voith would carry out activities that include maintenance services and supplying equipment to large and small hydropower plants. • In July 2019, GE Renewable Energy started offering modular turbines for micro hydropower, following its recent partnership with Energy. The micro hydropower units were made available in 10 kW and 15 kW sizes and could be combined to offer solutions up to 1 MW. The objective of the report is to present a comprehensive analysis of the Global Small Hydropower Market including all the stakeholders of the industry. The past and current status of the industry with forecasted market size and trends are presented in the report with the analysis of complicated data in simple language. The report covers all the aspects of the industry with a dedicated study of key players that includes market leaders, followers, and new entrants. PORTER, SVOR, PESTEL analysis with the potential impact of micro-economic factors of the market have been presented in the report. External as well as internal factors that are supposed to affect the business positively or negatively have been analyzed, which will give a clear futuristic view of the industry to the decision-makers. The report also helps in understanding Global Small Hydropower Market dynamics, structure by analyzing the market segments and project the Global Small Hydropower Market size. Clear representation of competitive analysis of key players by product, price, financial position, product portfolio, growth strategies, and regional presence in the Global Small Hydropower Market make the report investor’s guide.

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Global Small Hydropower Market, By Capacity

• Up to 1 MW • 1–10 MW

Global Small Hydropower Market, By Type

• Micro Hydropower • Mini Hydropower

Global Small Hydropower Market, By Components

• Electromechanical Equipment o Turbine o Generator o Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) • Electric Infrastructure • Civil Works • Others (includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development)

Global Small Hydropower Market, By Region

• North America • Europe • Asia Pacific • Middle East & Africa • South America

Key players operating in the Global Small Hydropower Market

• Voith • ANDRITZ • GE Renewable Energy • Siemens • Toshiba • BHEL • SNC-Lavalin • HNAC Technology • Gilbert Gilkes & Gordon Ltd • Mavel • HM Hydro • Ganz EEM • Kolektor Turboinstitut • Canyon Hydro • CKD Blansko • Canadian Hydro Components • ATB Riva Calzoni • Flovel • B Fouress • Global Hydro
Global Small Hydropower Market 1. Preface 1.1. Report Scope and Market Segmentation 1.2. Research Highlights 1.3. Research Objectives 2. Assumptions and Research Methodology 2.1. Report Assumptions 2.2. Abbreviations 2.3. Research Methodology 2.3.1. Secondary Research 2.3.1.1. Secondary data 2.3.1.2. Secondary Forms 2.3.2. Primary Research 2.3.2.1. Data from Primary Forms 2.3.2.2. Breakdown of Primary Forms 3. Executive Summary: Global Small Hydropower Market Size, by Market Value (US$ Bn) 4. Market Overview 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Market Indicator 4.2.1. Drivers 4.2.2. Restraints 4.2.3. Opportunities 4.2.4. Challenges 4.3. Porter’s Analysis 4.4. Value Chain Analysis 4.5. Market Risk Analysis 4.6. SWOT Analysis 4.7. Industry Trends and Emerging Technologies 5. Supply Side and Demand Side Indicators 6. Global Small Hydropower Market Analysis and Forecast 6.1. Small Hydropower Market Size & Y-o-Y Growth Analysis 6.1.1. North America 6.1.2. Europe 6.1.3. Asia Pacific 6.1.4. Middle East & Africa 6.1.5. South America 7. Global Small Hydropower Market Analysis and Forecast, By Components 7.1. Introduction and Definition 7.2. Key Findings 7.3. Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Components 7.4. Small Hydropower Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, By Components 7.5. Small Hydropower Market Analysis, By Components 7.6. Small Hydropower Market Attractiveness Analysis, By Components 8. Global Small Hydropower Market Analysis and Forecast, By Capacity 8.1. Introduction and Definition 8.2. Key Findings 8.3. Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Capacity 8.4. Small Hydropower Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, By Capacity 8.5. Small Hydropower Market Analysis, By Capacity 8.6. Small Hydropower Market Attractiveness Analysis, By Capacity 9. Global Small Hydropower Market Analysis and Forecast, By Type 9.1. Introduction and Definition 9.2. Key Findings 9.3. Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Type 9.4. Small Hydropower Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, By Type 9.5. Small Hydropower Market Analysis, By Type 9.6. Small Hydropower Market Attractiveness Analysis, By Type 10. Global Small Hydropower Market Analysis, by Region 10.1. Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, by Region 10.2. Small Hydropower Market Size (US$ Bn) Forecast, by Region 10.3. Small Hydropower Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Region 11. North America Small Hydropower Market Analysis 11.1. Key Findings 11.2. North America Small Hydropower Market Overview 11.3. North America Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Components 11.4. North America Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 11.4.1. Electromechanical Equipment 11.4.1.1. Turbine 11.4.1.2. Generator 11.4.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 11.4.2. Electric Infrastructure 11.4.3. Civil Works 11.4.4. Others (includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 11.5. North America Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Capacity 11.6. North America Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 11.6.1. Up to 1 MW 11.6.2. 1 -10 MW 11.7. North America Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Type 11.8. North America Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 11.8.1. Micro Hydropower 11.8.2. Mini Hydropower 11.9. North America Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 11.10. North America Small Hydropower Market Forecast, by Country 11.10.1. U.S. 11.10.2. Canada 11.10.3. Mexico 11.11. North America Small Hydropower Market Analysis, by Country 11.12. U.S. Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 11.12.1. Electromechanical Equipment 11.12.1.1. Turbine 11.12.1.2. Generator 11.12.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 11.12.2. Electric Infrastructure 11.12.3. Civil Works 11.12.4. Others (includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 11.13. U.S. Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 11.13.1. Up to 1 MW 11.13.2. 1 -10 MW 11.14. U.S. Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 11.14.1. Micro Hydropower 11.14.2. Mini Hydropower 11.15. Canada Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 11.15.1. Electromechanical Equipment 11.15.1.1. Turbine 11.15.1.2. Generator 11.15.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 11.15.2. Electric Infrastructure 11.15.3. Civil Works 11.15.4. Others (includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 11.16. Canada Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 11.16.1. Up to 1 MW 11.16.2. 1 -10 MW 11.17. Canada Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 11.17.1. Micro Hydropower 11.17.2. Mini Hydropower 11.18. Mexico Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 11.18.1. Electromechanical Equipment 11.18.1.1. Turbine 11.18.1.2. Generator 11.18.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 11.18.2. Electric Infrastructure 11.18.3. Civil Works 11.18.4. Others (includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 11.19. Mexico Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 11.19.1. Up to 1 MW 11.19.2. 1 -10 MW 11.20. Mexico Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 11.20.1. Micro Hydropower 11.20.2. Mini Hydropower 11.21. North America Small Hydropower Market Attractiveness Analysis 11.21.1. By Components 11.21.2. By Capacity 11.21.3. By Type 11.22. PEST Analysis 11.23. Key Trends 11.24. Key Developments 12. Europe Small Hydropower Market Analysis 12.1. Key Findings 12.2. Europe Small Hydropower Market Overview 12.3. Europe Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Components 12.4. Europe Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 12.4.1. Electromechanical Equipment 12.4.1.1. Turbine 12.4.1.2. Generator 12.4.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 12.4.2. Electric Infrastructure 12.4.3. Civil Works 12.4.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 12.5. Europe Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Capacity 12.6. Europe Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.6.1. Up to 1 MW 12.6.2. 1 -10 MW 12.7. Europe Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Type 12.8. Europe Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 12.8.1. Micro Hydropower 12.8.2. Mini Hydropower 12.9. Europe Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 12.10. Europe Small Hydropower Market Forecast, by Country 12.10.1. Germany 12.10.2. U.K. 12.10.3. France 12.10.4. Italy 12.10.5. Spain 12.10.6. Sweden 12.10.7. CIS countries 12.10.8. Rest of Europe 12.11. Europe Small Hydropower Market Analysis, by Country 12.12. Germany Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 12.12.1. Electromechanical Equipment 12.12.1.1. Turbine 12.12.1.2. Generator 12.12.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 12.12.2. Electric Infrastructure 12.12.3. Civil Works 12.12.4. Others (includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 12.13. Germany Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.13.1. Up to 1 MW 12.13.2. 1 -10 MW 12.14. Germany Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 12.14.1. Micro Hydropower 12.14.2. Mini Hydropower 12.15. U.K. Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 12.15.1. Electromechanical Equipment 12.15.1.1. Turbine 12.15.1.2. Generator 12.15.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 12.15.2. Electric Infrastructure 12.15.3. Civil Works 12.15.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 12.16. U.K. Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.16.1. Up to 1 MW 12.16.2. 1 -10 MW 12.17. U.K. Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 12.17.1. Micro Hydropower 12.17.2. Mini Hydropower 12.18. France Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 12.18.1. Electromechanical Equipment 12.18.1.1. Turbine 12.18.1.2. Generator 12.18.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 12.18.2. Electric Infrastructure 12.18.3. Civil Works 12.18.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 12.19. France Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.19.1. Up to 1 MW 12.19.2. 1 -10 MW 12.20. France Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 12.20.1. Micro Hydropower 12.20.2. Mini Hydropower 12.21. Italy Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 12.21.1. Electromechanical Equipment 12.21.1.1. Turbine 12.21.1.2. Generator 12.21.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 12.21.2. Electric Infrastructure 12.21.3. Civil Works 12.21.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 12.22. Italy Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.22.1. Up to 1 MW 12.22.2. 1 -10 MW 12.23. Italy Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 12.23.1. Micro Hydropower 12.23.2. Mini Hydropower 12.24. Spain Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 12.24.1. Electromechanical Equipment 12.24.1.1. Turbine 12.24.1.2. Generator 12.24.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 12.24.2. Electric Infrastructure 12.24.3. Civil Works 12.24.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 12.25. Spain Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.25.1. Up to 1 MW 12.25.2. 1 -10 MW 12.26. Spain Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 12.26.1. Micro Hydropower 12.26.2. Mini Hydropower 12.27. Sweden Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 12.27.1. Electromechanical Equipment 12.27.1.1. Turbine 12.27.1.2. Generator 12.27.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 12.27.2. Electric Infrastructure 12.27.3. Civil Works 12.27.4. Others (includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 12.28. Sweden Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.28.1. Up to 1 MW 12.28.2. 1 -10 MW 12.29. Sweden Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 12.29.1. Micro Hydropower 12.29.2. Mini Hydropower 12.30. CIS countries Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 12.30.1. Electromechanical Equipment 12.30.1.1. Turbine 12.30.1.2. Generator 12.30.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 12.30.2. Electric Infrastructure 12.30.3. Civil Works 12.30.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 12.31. CIS countries Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.31.1. Up to 1 MW 12.31.2. 1 -10 MW 12.32. CIS countries Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 12.32.1. Micro Hydropower 12.32.2. Mini Hydropower 12.33. Rest Of Europe Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 12.33.1. Electromechanical Equipment 12.33.1.1. Turbine 12.33.1.2. Generator 12.33.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 12.33.2. Electric Infrastructure 12.33.3. Civil Works 12.33.4. Others (includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 12.34. Rest Of Europe Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.34.1. Up to 1 MW 12.34.2. 1 -10 MW 12.35. Rest Of Europe Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 12.35.1. Micro Hydropower 12.35.2. Mini Hydropower 12.36. Europe Small Hydropower Market Attractiveness Analysis 12.36.1. By Components 12.36.2. By Capacity 12.36.3. By Type 12.37. PEST Analysis 12.38. Key Trends 12.39. Key Developments 13. Asia Pacific Small Hydropower Market Analysis 13.1. Key Findings 13.2. Asia Pacific Small Hydropower Market Overview 13.3. Asia Pacific Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Components 13.4. Asia Pacific Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 13.4.1. Electromechanical Equipment 13.4.1.1. Turbine 13.4.1.2. Generator 13.4.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 13.4.2. Electric Infrastructure 13.4.3. Civil Works 13.4.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 13.5. Asia Pacific Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Capacity 13.6. Asia Pacific Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 13.6.1. Up to 1 MW 13.6.2. 1 -10 MW 13.7. Asia Pacific Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Type 13.8. Asia Pacific Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 13.8.1. Micro Hydropower 13.8.2. Mini Hydropower 13.9. Asia Pacific Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 13.10. Asia Pacific Small Hydropower Market Forecast, by Country 13.10.1. China 13.10.2. India 13.10.3. Japan 13.10.4. South Korea 13.10.5. Australia 13.10.6. ASEAN 13.10.7. Rest of APAC 13.11. Asia Pacific Small Hydropower Market Analysis, by Country 13.12. China Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 13.12.1. Electromechanical Equipment 13.12.1.1. Turbine 13.12.1.2. Generator 13.12.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 13.12.2. Electric Infrastructure 13.12.3. Civil Works 13.12.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 13.13. China Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 13.13.1. Up to 1 MW 13.13.2. 1 -10 MW 13.14. China Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 13.14.1. Micro Hydropower 13.14.2. Mini Hydropower 13.15. India Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 13.15.1. Electromechanical Equipment 13.15.1.1. Turbine 13.15.1.2. Generator 13.15.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 13.15.2. Electric Infrastructure 13.15.3. Civil Works 13.15.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 13.16. India Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 13.16.1. Up to 1 MW 13.16.2. 1 -10 MW 13.17. India Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 13.17.1. Micro Hydropower 13.17.2. Mini Hydropower 13.18. Japan Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 13.18.1. Electromechanical Equipment 13.18.1.1. Turbine 13.18.1.2. Generator 13.18.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 13.18.2. Electric Infrastructure 13.18.3. Civil Works 13.18.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 13.19. Japan Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 13.19.1. Up to 1 MW 13.19.2. 1 -10 MW 13.20. Japan Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 13.20.1. Micro Hydropower 13.20.2. Mini Hydropower 13.21. South Korea Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 13.21.1. Electromechanical Equipment 13.21.1.1. Turbine 13.21.1.2. Generator 13.21.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 13.21.2. Electric Infrastructure 13.21.3. Civil Works 13.21.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 13.22. South Korea Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 13.22.1. Up to 1 MW 13.22.2. 1 -10 MW 13.23. South Korea Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 13.23.1. Micro Hydropower 13.23.2. Mini Hydropower 13.24. Australia Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 13.24.1. Electromechanical Equipment 13.24.1.1. Turbine 13.24.1.2. Generator 13.24.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 13.24.2. Electric Infrastructure 13.24.3. Civil Works 13.24.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 13.25. Australia Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 13.25.1. Up to 1 MW 13.25.2. 1 -10 MW 13.26. Australia Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 13.26.1. Micro Hydropower 13.26.2. Mini Hydropower 13.27. ASEAN Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 13.27.1. Electromechanical Equipment 13.27.1.1. Turbine 13.27.1.2. Generator 13.27.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 13.27.2. Electric Infrastructure 13.27.3. Civil Works 13.27.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 13.28. ASEAN Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 13.28.1. Up to 1 MW 13.28.2. 1 -10 MW 13.29. ASEAN Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 13.29.1. Micro Hydropower 13.29.2. Mini Hydropower 13.30. Rest of APAC Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 13.30.1. Electromechanical Equipment 13.30.1.1. Turbine 13.30.1.2. Generator 13.30.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 13.30.2. Electric Infrastructure 13.30.3. Civil Works 13.30.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 13.31. Rest of APAC Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 13.31.1. Up to 1 MW 13.31.2. 1 -10 MW 13.32. Rest of APAC Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 13.32.1. Micro Hydropower 13.32.2. Mini Hydropower 13.33. Asia Pacific Small Hydropower Market Attractiveness Analysis 13.33.1. By Components 13.33.2. By Capacity 13.33.3. By Type 13.34. PEST Analysis 13.35. Key Trends 13.36. Key Developments 14. Middle East & Africa Small Hydropower Market Analysis 14.1. Key Findings 14.2. Middle East & Africa Small Hydropower Market Overview 14.3. Middle East & Africa Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Components 14.4. Middle East & Africa Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 14.4.1. Electromechanical Equipment 14.4.1.1. Turbine 14.4.1.2. Generator 14.4.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 14.4.2. Electric Infrastructure 14.4.3. Civil Works 14.4.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 14.5. Middle East & Africa Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Capacity 14.6. Middle East & Africa Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 14.6.1. Up to 1 MW 14.6.2. 1 -10 MW 14.7. Middle East & Africa Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Type 14.8. Middle East & Africa Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 14.8.1. Micro Hydropower 14.8.2. Mini Hydropower 14.9. Middle East & Africa Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 14.10. Middle East & Africa Small Hydropower Market Forecast, by Country 14.10.1. GCC 14.10.2. South Africa 14.10.3. Nigeria 14.10.4. Egypt 14.11. Middle East & Africa Small Hydropower Market Analysis, by Country 14.12. GCC Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 14.12.1. Electromechanical Equipment 14.12.1.1. Turbine 14.12.1.2. Generator 14.12.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 14.12.2. Electric Infrastructure 14.12.3. Civil Works 14.12.4. Others (includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 14.13. GCC Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 14.13.1. Up to 1 MW 14.13.2. 1 -10 MW 14.14. GCC Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 14.14.1. Micro Hydropower 14.14.2. Mini Hydropower 14.15. South Africa Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 14.15.1. Electromechanical Equipment 14.15.1.1. Turbine 14.15.1.2. Generator 14.15.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 14.15.2. Electric Infrastructure 14.15.3. Civil Works 14.15.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 14.16. South Africa Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 14.16.1. Up to 1 MW 14.16.2. 1 -10 MW 14.17. South Africa Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 14.17.1. Micro Hydropower 14.17.2. Mini Hydropower 14.18. Nigeria Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 14.18.1. Electromechanical Equipment 14.18.1.1. Turbine 14.18.1.2. Generator 14.18.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 14.18.2. Electric Infrastructure 14.18.3. Civil Works 14.18.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 14.19. Nigeria Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 14.19.1. Up to 1 MW 14.19.2. 1 -10 MW 14.20. Nigeria Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 14.20.1. Micro Hydropower 14.20.2. Mini Hydropower 14.21. Egypt Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 14.21.1. Electromechanical Equipment 14.21.1.1. Turbine 14.21.1.2. Generator 14.21.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 14.21.2. Electric Infrastructure 14.21.3. Civil Works 14.21.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 14.22. Egypt Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 14.22.1. Up to 1 MW 14.22.2. 1 -10 MW 14.23. Egypt Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 14.23.1. Micro Hydropower 14.23.2. Mini Hydropower 14.24. Middle East & Africa Small Hydropower Market Attractiveness Analysis 14.24.1. By Components 14.24.2. By Capacity 14.24.3. By Type 14.25. PEST Analysis 14.26. Key Trends 14.27. Key Developments 15. South America Small Hydropower Market Analysis 15.1. Key Findings 15.2. South America Small Hydropower Market Overview 15.3. South America Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Components 15.4. South America Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 15.4.1. Electromechanical Equipment 15.4.1.1. Turbine 15.4.1.2. Generator 15.4.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 15.4.2. Electric Infrastructure 15.4.3. Civil Works 15.4.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 15.5. South America Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Capacity 15.6. South America Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 15.6.1. Up to 1 MW 15.6.2. 1 -10 MW 15.7. South America Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, By Type 15.8. South America Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 15.8.1. Micro Hydropower 15.8.2. Mini Hydropower 15.9. South America Small Hydropower Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 15.10. South America Small Hydropower Market Forecast, by Country 15.10.1. Brazil 15.10.2. Colombia 15.10.3. Argentina 15.11. South America Small Hydropower Market Analysis, by Country 15.12. Brazil Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 15.12.1. Electromechanical Equipment 15.12.1.1. Turbine 15.12.1.2. Generator 15.12.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 15.12.2. Electric Infrastructure 15.12.3. Civil Works 15.12.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 15.13. Brazil Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 15.13.1. Up to 1 MW 15.13.2. 1 -10 MW 15.14. Brazil Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 15.14.1. Micro Hydropower 15.14.2. Mini Hydropower 15.15. Colombia Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 15.15.1. Electromechanical Equipment 15.15.1.1. Turbine 15.15.1.2. Generator 15.15.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 15.15.2. Electric Infrastructure 15.15.3. Civil Works 15.15.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 15.16. Colombia Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 15.16.1. Up to 1 MW 15.16.2. 1 -10 MW 15.17. Colombia Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 15.17.1. Micro Hydropower 15.17.2. Mini Hydropower 15.18. Argentina Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Components 15.18.1. Electromechanical Equipment 15.18.1.1. Turbine 15.18.1.2. Generator 15.18.1.3. Other Equipment (includes inlet valves gates, penstock, governors, and auxiliaries) 15.18.2. Electric Infrastructure 15.18.3. Civil Works 15.18.4. Others ( includes engineering, structural, management, environmental mitigation, and project development) 15.19. Argentina Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Capacity 15.19.1. Up to 1 MW 15.19.2. 1 -10 MW 15.20. Argentina Small Hydropower Market Forecast, By Type 15.20.1. Micro Hydropower 15.20.2. Mini Hydropower 15.21. South America Small Hydropower Market Attractiveness Analysis 15.21.1. By Components 15.21.2. By Capacity 15.21.3. By Type 15.22. PEST Analysis 15.23. Key Trends 15.24. Key Developments 16. Company Profiles 16.1. Market Share Analysis, by Company 16.2. Competition Matrix 16.2.1. Competitive Benchmarking of key players by price, presence, market share, Applications and R&D investment 16.2.2. New Product Launches and Product Enhancements 16.2.3. Market Consolidation 16.2.3.1. M&A by Regions, Investment and Applications 16.2.3.2. M&A Key Players, Forward Integration and Backward Integration 16.3. Company Profiles: Key Players 16.3.1. Voith 16.3.1.1. Company Overview 16.3.1.2. Financial Overview 16.3.1.3. Product Portfolio 16.3.1.4. Business Strategy 16.3.1.5. Recent Developments 16.3.1.6. Development Footprint 16.3.2. ANDRITZ 16.3.3. GE Renewable Energy 16.3.4. Siemens 16.3.5. Toshiba 16.3.6. BHEL 16.3.7. SNC-Lavalin 16.3.8. HNAC Technology 16.3.9. Gilbert Gilkes & Gordon Ltd 16.3.10. Mavel 16.3.11. HM Hydro 16.3.12. Ganz EEM 16.3.13. Kolektor Turboinstitut 16.3.14. Canyon Hydro 16.3.15. CKD Blansko 16.3.16. Canadian Hydro Components 16.3.17. ATB Riva Calzoni 16.3.18. Flovel 16.3.19. B Fouress 16.3.20. Global Hydro 17. Primary Key Insights

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Report ID 80882
Category Energy & Power
Published Date January 2021
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