January 2004
ABS Power Predictor Report;2004, Issue 4, p14
Market Research Report
Informs about energy capacity of the world. Information that the world's generating capacity at the end of 2005 is estimated at 4,029 GW, a 5.4% increase. View that principal increase is in Asia Pacific, where a much more optimistic climate now prevails, especially in China, and where governments have increased their projections in several countries; Information that in late 2004 the Chinese government announced an increase of no less than 60 GW on the 2010 target and an increase of 200 GW on the previous target for 2020.


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