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Dublin, Nov. 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global Geothermal Power Market - Forecasts from 2020 to 2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. Global geothermal power market was valued at US$1.403 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 2.72% over the forecast period to reach a total market size of US$1.649 billion in 2025. Geothermal power is a stable and independent renewable power generation source which uses warm strength of the earth's magma to generate power. Geothermal power plants utilize the steam, which is produced from hot water found below the earth's surface, to rotate turbines that ultimately start the generator which then produces electricity. At present, three types of geothermal power plants are operating- dry steam, flash steam, and binary cycles. Geothermal energy is less spread out as compared to other renewable sources since not all territories hold large pockets of trapped heat in their subsoil. However, this constraint does not hamper the development of the potential of geothermal energy. According to latest statistics from the 2019 IRENA report (International Renewables Energy Agency), the contribution of geothermal energy to the global renewable capacity amounts to 13 GW. Mounting concerns among governments and international environmental agencies and organizations related to climate change across the globe have boosted the demand for various renewable energy sources to be used as a substitute of fossil fuels to generate electricity. Moreover, volatility of fossil fuel prices, their limited availability, and rise in greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions are also shifting the demand for electricity generated from renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, and geothermal. All these factors are adding up to the growth of different renewable energy sectors including solar, wind, and geothermal. Continuous efforts of governments and global organizations to reduce the dependency on oil for domestic energy use. For doing so, several policies and initiatives are being implemented and undertaken respectively to use as much as renewable energy resources as an alternative energy source. Following the 2015 COP21 (Conference of Parties) conference held in Paris, UN established the Global Geothermal Alliance with an aim to fast-track this renewable resource to support the energy transition process. In Indonesia, the government formulated a National Energy Policy which includes guidelines for intensification, conservation, and diversification of energy. High capacity of geothermal power coupled with its cost-effectiveness is significantly driving the demand for geothermal power across the globe which is bolstering the market growth. However, factors such as high investment required for geothermal power plants and negative impact of geothermal energy on the environment are hampering the growth of geothermal power market. The presence of other viable renewable energy alternatives, especially solar, is also hindering the use of geothermal power to generate electricity. Rising investments in geothermal energy across different countries will also continue to propel the growth of geothermal power market during the forecast period. In March 2019, the investment firm- Breakthrough Energy Ventures- announced to invest $12.5 million in a geothermal project development company- Baseload Capital. It is a project investment firm which offers capital for the development of geothermal power plants with the use of the technology developed by Climeon, its Swedish parent company. The Philippines-based geothermal company EnergiMiinas has plans to set up two geothermal power plants into operation in Peru by 2026 or 2027 with the investment of US$1 billion in each project. Thrive Renewables has also recently announced its plans to invest around 6.5 million in the first geothermal power plant in the United Kingdom with an aim to supply approximately 3 MW of electricity to National Grid and upto 12 MW of electricity for local use. Continuous development of technologies to increase the efficiency of geothermal power plants are expected to offer more lucrative opportunity for the market expansion over the next five years. Geothermal funding in the U.S. will increase from $84 million in FY2019 to $110 million in FY2020, representing an increase of 31 per cent. Out of this total funding, $20 million will be used by the Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy (FORGE) project which aims to test and evaluate enhanced geothermal systems. Recently, UK Research & Innovation (UKRI) has announced an early-stage investment for seventeen new projects related to offshore and geothermal clean energy innovation. In February 2020, Turkish geothermal player MASPO Energy established a national geothermal research and development center aiming to increase the focus on equipment manufacturing in Turkey so as to reduce its dependency on international support and supply. Eavor Technologies, Inc., a Calgary-based company, is developing a ground-breaking prototype for a closed-loop geothermal system that will allow the generation of renewable energy using the earth's natural heat. Competitive Insights Prominent key market players in the global geothermal power market include Enel Spa, Fuji Electric Co., Ltd., Aboitiz Power Corporation., Calpine Corporation, Alterra Power Corp., Ormat Technologies Inc., U.S. Geothermal Inc., Berkshire Hathaway Energy, EthosEnergy Group, ThermaSource LLC, Korea Electric Power Corporation, Contact Energy, and MASPO Energy. These companies hold a noteworthy share in the market on account of their good brand image and product offerings. Major players in the global geothermal power market have been covered along with their relative competitive position and strategies. The report also mentions recent deals and investments of different market players over the last two years. Key Topics Covered: 1\. Introduction 1.1. Market Definition 1.2. Market Segmentation 2\. Research Methodology 2.1. Research Data 2.2. Assumptions 3\. Executive Summary 3.1. Research Highlights 4\. Market Dynamics 4.1. Market Drivers 4.2. Market Restraints 4.3. Market Opportunities 4.4. Porters Five Forces Analysis 4.4.1. Bargaining Power of Suppliers 4.4.2. Bargaining Power of Buyers 4.4.3. Threat of New Entrants 4.4.4. Threat of Substitutes 4.4.5. Competitive Rivalry in the Industry 4.5. Industry Value Chain Analysis 4.6. Market Attractiveness 5\. Global Geothermal Power Market Analysis, By Power Station Type 5.1. Introduction 5.2. Dry Steam 5.3. Flash Steam 5.4. Binary Cycles 6\. Global Geothermal Power Market Analysis, By End User 6.1. Introduction 6.2. Residential 6.3. Commercial 6.4. Industrial 7\. Global Geothermal Power Market Analysis, By Geography 7.1. Introduction 7.2. North America 7.2.1. USA 7.2.2. Canada 7.2.3. Mexico 7.3. South America 7.3.1. Brazil 7.3.2. Argentina 7.3.3. Peru 7.3.4. Others 7.4. Europe 7.4.1. Germany 7.4.2. France 7.4.3. The United Kingdom 7.4.4. Italy 7.4.5. Iceland 7.4.6. Others 7.5. Middle East and Africa 7.5.1. Saudi Arabia 7.5.2. UAE 7.5.3. South Africa 7.5.4. Ethiopia 7.5.5. Others 7.6. Asia Pacific 7.6.1. Japan 7.6.2. China 7.6.3. India 7.6.4. Indonesia 7.6.5. Others 8\. Competitive Environment and Analysis 8.1. Major Players and Strategy Analysis 8.2. Emerging Players and Market Lucrativeness 8.3. Mergers, Acquisitions, Agreements, and Collaborations 8.4. Vendor Competitiveness Matrix 9\. Company Profiles 9.1. Enel Spa 9.2. Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. 9.3. Aboitiz Power Corporation. 9.4. Calpine Corporation 9.5. Alterra Power Corp. 9.6. Ormat Technologies Inc. 9.7. U.S. Geothermal Inc. 9.8. Berkshire Hathaway Energy 9.9. EthosEnergy Group 9.10. ThermaSource LLC 9.11. Korea Electric Power Corporation 9.12. Contact Energy 9.13. MASPO Energy For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/ltmz8qResearch and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research. 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(Bloomberg) -- A battle between Amazon.com Inc. and Reliance Industries Ltd. to dominate India’s $1 trillion consumer market is stoking nationalist rhetoric in a courtroom and outside, as the two companies tussle over the future of a distressed local retailer.At the center of the case is Amazon’s efforts to block Reliance’s planned purchase of Future Group’s assets, saying the Indian retailer violated a contract by agreeing to a sale to a rival controlled by billionaire Mukesh Ambani. The Delhi High Court is now weighing if the U.S. e-commerce giant has any legal basis to object to the transaction and a ruling is expected in weeks.The legal spat has not only revealed the intensity of the fight between two of the world’s richest men -- Jeff Bezos and Ambani -- but has also sparked a “foreign versus local” debate. A lawyer for Future, in his argument, painted Amazon as the “Big Brother in America” out to crush a small local company, while a retailer lobby group declared its “support to Indian company Future Group in its fight against Foreign Amazon.”For its part, Amazon wants Indian courts and regulators to enforce a business contract in what it views as a commercial dispute. If Future is allowed to renege on its contract with Amazon, it may signal to global investors that investments in India are risky, the U.S. company alleges. That is an inconvenient image at a time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi needs foreign investment to create jobs and reboot an economy pummeled by the pandemic.The stakes are high for both Amazon and Reliance. Securing Future’s assets will give Reliance, already India’s biggest retailer, an unparalleled edge in a market where most of the consumers still prefer shopping in stores. That’s an advantage Amazon is not willing to cede. Nor is Amazon willing to be upstaged by nationalistic arguments after losing ground to home-grown rivals in China. India, with its billion-plus consumers, is effectively the last big growth frontier.”It’s not a surprise that this fight’s taken an India versus foreigner turn. That talks to the broader sentiment Make in India, Buy Indian that prevails,” said Sanchit Vir Gogia, founder and chief executive officer of Singapore-based advisory, Greyhound Research. “Amazon has put billions in India and it’s fair to expect they’ll do everything to protect their investment.”Ambani, 63, has been playing the nationalist card as well. The tycoon, who’s been warning against data colonization since 2018, often presents Reliance as a homegrown champion and its telecommunications, retail and digital ventures as nation-building initiatives.Vocal for LocalThis week, Reliance Retail introduced the “Indie” and “Swadesh” -- meaning from one’s own country -- taglines on its e-commerce websites to promote indigenous handicrafts and textiles, dovetailing with Modi’s call to be “Vocal for Local.” In a key May speech, Modi mentioned “self-reliance” at least 17 times during a 33-minute address to the nation.In August, Reliance announced the $3.4 billion purchase of the indebted Future Group that was straining under a severe cash crunch triggered by the coronavirus-led slump. Amazon, which holds a 49% stake in an unlisted Future Group entity, objected to this transaction and secured an order from a Singapore arbitration court that temporarily put the asset sale on hold. Future petitioned against this freeze-order in the Delhi High Court.Supporting Future, the Confederation of All India Traders said in a statement Nov. 20 that Amazon is seeking “illegal control” of the retailer.East India Co.Harish Salve, the celebrity lawyer representing listed Future Retail Ltd., told the court that Amazon was behaving “like the East India Company of the 21st century.” Amazon’s stand is “either you do business with me or you shut down,” he said, stressing that an aborted asset sale deal will lead to thousands of job losses and bankruptcy.The East India Company -- formed by a group of British merchants who arrived in India in the 17th century to trade in spices and ended up colonizing the country for centuries -- has been an unpleasant memory in Indian history. This emotive reference marks the latest Indian versus outsider dispute this year that also saw Google face pushback from Indian startups and over 200 apps from Chinese technology companies being banned following a military clash along the Indo-China border.“Amazon has no investment in Future Retail,” Salve said in court. “Reliance wants to buy, but I have to ask Big Brother in America?” he said, asking if an overseas firm should be allowed to control an Indian company’s business dealings.$6.5 BillionGopal Subramanium, Amazon’s lawyer and India’s former solicitor general, countered that the American e-tailer was no Big Brother or East India Company and had in fact introduced Future Retail to a prospective investor to ease its distress. Amazon has created thousands of jobs and invested $6.5 billion in India so far, he said.Reliance’s lawyer has argued that the Singapore arbitration tribunal’s emergency order halting the transaction isn’t recognized by Indian law and the deal is crucial to save the retailer from collapse.These arguments in court were prompted by a Future Group legal petition after Amazon had written to India’s market and antitrust regulators apprising them of the Singapore arbitration order of an interim stay.Amazon suffered its first setback in the case last week, when the antitrust regulator, Competition Commission of India, approved the Reliance-Future deal. Earlier, Reliance said it intends to complete the transaction “without any delay.”(Updates with comments from a local retail industry body in the tenth paragraph. An earlier version corrected the title of Amazon’s lawyer.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
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After a tumultuous week, Peru’s burgeoning grassroots movement says it will not accept a return to business as usualAfter a tumultuous week in which Peru saw three presidents – and a brutal police backlash against massive pro-democracy protests – a nascent youth movement has emerged with a clear message to the country’s politicians.Under the rallying cry “They messed with the wrong generation”, the non-partisan group is warning Peru’s elected representatives that they will not tolerate a return to the business-as-usual world of dirty tricks and backroom deals.The grassroots movement claimed another victory on Tuesday, when the caretaker president, Francisco Sagasti, announced an overhaul of the police force, appointing a new police chief and sacking more than a dozen top brass officers.In a televised address to the nation, Sagasti also expressed his “deep regret” for the heavy-handed police repression in which two young people died and others were gravely injured. He also apologized for incidents in which police humiliated young women, allegedly forcing them to strip naked.But the 76-year-old engineer and his caretaker government must tread a fine line between maintaining legitimacy with a newly awakened, social media-driven, political movement, and an opposition-dominated congress, which could use impeachment powers to remove him, as it did with former president Martín Vizcarra.Diego Cruz, a 33-year-old publicist, was one of tens of thousands of Peruvians who marched against the “coup-mongers” who voted by 105-19 to remove Vizcarra amid unproven bribery allegations.“It’s not just one generation marching here, it’s everyone, because we feel outraged that [congress] is carving up the country,” he said.“The people are not afraid any more,” said Erika Ríos, a 47-year-old lawyer who wore the red and white colours of the Peruvian flag. “This congress doesn’t represent us.”The scale of the pro-democracy protests took Peru’s political class by surprise, said Kenneth Roberts, a professor of Latin American politics at Cornell University.“It also sends a powerful warning sign against the abuse of congressional impeachment powers, which lies at the heart of the current crisis,” he said. “Like legislatures in Brazil and Paraguay, Peru’s congress ‘weaponized’ the impeachment tool for transparently self-interested political goals – and Peruvian society has risen up to hold the ringleaders accountable.”Nine out of 10 Peruvians opposed the ousting of Vizcarra, and 83% believe the decision to do so was motivated by the lawmakers’ political and personal interests, according to a recent poll by the Institute of Peruvian Studies.With more than half the 130-member chamber enjoying parliamentary immunity from criminal investigations – ranging from murder to money-laundering – Peru’s citizens have long regarded their elected representatives with a mixture of fear and loathing.“More than [political] parties they seem like cartels,” said Iván Lanegra, secretary-general of Proética, the Peruvian chapter of Transparency International. “What you have is a collection of parties all vying for control of state resources and public works while promoting their own vested interests.”The chamber include figures such as Posemoscrowte Chagua – who took part in a deadly 2005 insurrection in which six police officers were killed – and Fernando Meléndez, a former regional governor who faces more than 80 criminal investigations including embezzlement, money laundering and labour exploitation.Chagua’s party, the extremist Union for Peru (UPP), led the call for Vizcarra’s removal. Founded by Antauro Humala, the jailed leader of the failed 2005 military uprising and the younger brother of the former president Ollanta Humala (2011-16), the party is inspired by their father Isaac Humala’s radical “ethnocacerism” creed, which preaches the superiority of “copper-skinned’” Andeans and a xenophobic hatred of Peru’s southern neighbour Chile.The congressional mixed bag, also includes a fundamentalist Christian party and powerful figures linked to the lucrative for-profit university sector.Before he was forced from office, Vizcarra’s government was undertaking a quality-control overhaul of the private education – a reform which directly impacted the business interests of José Luna, the founder of Podemos (We Can), and former presidential candidate César Acuña of the Alliance for Progress (APP). Their parties both voted to remove Vizcarra.Just two days before Vizcarra’s removal, Luna was arrested for allegedly bribing officials to register his party without having enough voters’ signatures. Higher education regulators are shutting Luna’s Telesup University for failing to meet basic standards.University reform was an important factor driving young people to march against Vizcarra’s departure, said Ricardo Cuenca, who was sworn in as the interim education minister last week.“Up until a short time ago, we thought that the young were totally disconnected from politics,” said Cuenca, the former director of the Institute of Peruvian Studies.“I think they are showing us, rather like what happened in Chile, that they are disconnected from an old way of doing politics.”
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