Pacific Hydro – Australia’s Largest Wind Power Utility by 2010

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					Pacific Hydro – Australia’s Largest Wind Power Utility by 2010
Reference Code: GDAE0034VPT

Publication Date: DEC 2008

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List of Tables ..........................................................................................................................................................3 List of Figures ........................................................................................................................................................4

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Pacific Hydro – Australia’s Largest Wind Power Utility by 2010 ............................... 6
Wind Power in Australia ......................................................................................................................................6

3.2 Wind Power Ownership Structure in Australia ..............................................................................................7 3.2.1 Wind Power Portfolio of Pacific Hydro Limited ..........................................................................................10 3.3 Conclusion ............................................................................................................................................................10

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Table 1: Australia, Top 10 Wind Farm Owners’ Portfolio Holdings and Share in Cumulative Wind Power Installed Capacity, 2007 .................................................................................................................................................................................8 Table 2: Table 3: Pacific Hydro Limited, Active Wind Farms Portfolio, 2007 .........................................................................................10 Pacific Hydro Limited, Wind Farms Portfolio, 2008-10 ...............................................................................................10

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Australia, Annual and Cumulative Wind Power Installed Capacity Growth, MW, 2001-13......................................6 Australia, Regional Break-up of Under Construction and Planned Wind Power Installed Capacity, MW .............7

Figure 3: Australia, Top 10 Wind Farm Owners’ Portfolio Holdings and Share in Cumulative Wind Power Installed Capacity, 2007 .................................................................................................................................................................................8 Figure 4: 2010 Australia, Top 10 Wind Farm Owners’ Share in Cumulative Wind Power Installed Capacity, 2007 vis-à-vis 9

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Australia’s cumulative wind power installed capacity is projected to reach more than 5,650 MW, representing a cumulative growth rate of 44% in the cumulative capacity during the period 2001-13. Increasing wind power projects across Australia is leading to changes in the ownership shares of wind power companies. Currently, there are more than 35 wind farm owners in Australia. In 2007, the top 10 wind farm owners accounted for an aggregate share of 96% in the country’s cumulative wind power capacity. Babcock & Brown was the leading wind farm owner in Australia. The company held 17.2% in the country’s cumulative capacity as of 2007. The second and third positions were taken by Roaring 40s and Transfield Services (Australia). However, the end of 2010, will witness major changes in the ownership structure of wind power in Australia. Pacific Hydro, the fourth leading company in 2007, will lead the country’s wind power market in 2010.

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Pacific Hydro – Australia’s Largest Wind Power Utility by 2010
Wind Power in Australia
Wind power cumulative capacity in Australia has increased at a CAGR of 54% in 2001-07, to reach an aggregate of 991 MW by
				
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Description: Pacific Hydro – Australia’s Largest Wind Power Utility by 2010 Summary Wind power cumulative capacity in Australia has increased at a CAGR of 54% in 2001-07, to reach an aggregate of 991 MW by the end of December 2007. From just 41 MW of annual wind power capacity growth, the country’s new installations rose steadily to 174 MW in 2007. By the end of 2013, the country is projected to have more than 5,650 MW of wind power capacity, representing a cumulative growth rate of 44% in the cumulative capacity during the period 2001-13. Scope • GlobalData viewpoints cover the latest events or important trends in the alternative energy industry and provide our in-depth analysis of issues and challenges. Viewpoints offer expert opinions and GlobalData’s views of various developments that have been taking place in the alternative energy industry across the world. Reasons to Buy • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights from GlobalData on the key events happening in the alternative energy industry. • Gain a strong understanding of the energy market and analyze the major trends in the global alternative energy industry today • Identify opportunities and challenges with the help of our analysis of the latest news and deals in the alternative energy industry • Increase future revenue and profitability with the help of information on latest operational, financial, and regulatory events
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