Industry Forecast Scenario

July 2009
United States Power Report;2009, p49
Industry Profile
The article presents industry forecast scenario for electric power industry in the U.S. made by the Business Monitor International Ltd. It notes the potential of the coal consumption to decrease from 565 million toes to 562 million by 2013 which matches to a decline in demand from 848 million to 843 million tonnes of hard coal. It mentions the potential impact of the location of the new nuclear generating sites on the transmission investment and expansion of the three major networks.


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