Snapshots — 2012

The snapshots provide a quick overview of 2012 renewable energy private activity, either by geography or by technology.

Each snapshot lists the most active sponsors (by size projects) and highlights individual projects by generation capacity in megawatts (MW). The page also provides charts and interactive tables that showcase the key trends described below.

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Global

  • Global snapshots

    Find aggregated information on private participation in developing countries; identify the fastest growing markets for each technology group and view the most active sponsors.

     

    • Top ten most active sponsors globally

    • Top projects for each generation technology

    • Comparison of renewable versus fossil fuel-based electricity generation

Country

  • Countries snapshots

    See a breakdown of projects by technology, find supporting policies and identify projects in the pipeline. The most active local sponsors are listed, including details on all their recorded projects.

    • Top five most active sponsors

    • Top five projects by capacity (MW)

    • Background information on the national policies in support of renewable energy

Regional

  • Regional snapshots

    See a breakdown of investment in different generation technologies; identify the growth markets, the most active sponsors and projects in the pipeline. Browse projects for more specific information.

     

    • Top ten most active sponsors in the region

    • Top projects for each generation technology

    • Comparison of renewable versus fossil fuel-based electricity generation

Technology

  • Technology snapshotsIdentify growth regions, largest markets and most active private sponsors. View projects in the pipeline and see the recorded different average costs of the selected technology globally. Browse projects for more specific deal information.

    • Top ten most active sponsors

    • Top ten projects by capacity (MW)

    • Regional cost comparison by installed capacity (MW)