Executive Summary

July 2009
United States Power Report;2009, p7
Industry Profile
The article presents an executive summary of the U.S. power report of Business Monitor International Ltd. for the third quarter of 2009. It notes the potential of the energy demand of developed markets to reach 4,028 million toes by 2013. It mentions the expectation for the country to account for 66.21% of thermal generation. It stresses the country's increase in power consumption from an estimated 3,855 terawatt hour in 2008 to 3,923 terawatt hour by the end of the forecast period.


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