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Who are the key producers and distributors of electricity in Eastern Europe?

LYON, France -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report related to the European energy market is now available to its catalogue.

The Eastern European Electricity Market Outlook 2007: Country profiles of supply, demand, regulation and infrastructure

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Europe's electricity markets are rapidly changing and opening up to liberalisation and new market entrants, this is particularly evident in the vibrant Eastern European markets.

The Eastern European Electricity Market Outlook 2007 is a new management report that provides an in-depth analysis of 12 highly dynamic Eastern European electricity markets with comprehensive data on supply/demand balance and coverage of the implementation of the EU Electricity Directive. The country profiles also feature an overview of supply/demand, an examination of key governmental, legal and political influences on the sector and an analysis of international trading and infrastructure with forecasts to 2012.

Identify and evaluate emerging opportunities for investment and growth within the Eastern European electricity market using the comprehensive analysis in this report.

Some key findings from this reportO

* Czech power producer CEZ Group is one of the ten largest energy companies in the European union following it's merger with five Czech regional distribution companies.

* Much of Hungary's older generating capacity is becoming obsolete leading to an increasing dependence on imports to meet EU emissions regulations.

* 60% of the Polish power market is already open to competition and the market will be fully open by December 2005 over six months ahead of the EU implementation deadline.

* Estonia has been granted a derogation from the terms of the EU directive because of the undeveloped nature of its power market. Currently 10% of the market is open with full liberalisation not expected until 2012.

This new report will provide you with...

* Profiles of each country's electricity infrastructure including power stations, transmission and distribution networks, ownership and full colour maps of power grids.

* Electricity supply data in GWh including power production and capacity by fuel input, and import and export levels by destination/source country.

* Key electricity demand data in GWh divided by consumer type into residential, commercial and industrial.

* Electricity market trends detailing each country's power production and end user demand by fuel input.

* Analysis of each country's regulatory structures including EC directives and their translation into local legislation and consequent market reforms and re-structure, assisting you in understanding the Eastern European regulatory conditions.

Some key questions answered in this report...

* How has electricity production and consumption changed over time and what is forecast for the future?

* What are the supply balances for each country how much power is traded with whom?

* Who are the key producers and distributors of electricity in Eastern Europe?

* What is the timetable for liberalisation in each of the Eastern European energy markets?

Table of Contents

The Eastern European Electricity Market Outlook 2007

Chapter 1 Bulgaria

Market Summary

Supply and Demand Balance

Supply Overview

Demand Overview

Regulatory Structure

Infrastructure

Chapter 2 Croatia

Market Summary

Supply and Demand Balance

Supply Overview

Demand Overview

Regulatory Structure

Infrastructure

Chapter 3 Czech Republic

Market Summary

Supply and Demand Balance

Supply Overview

Demand Overview

Regulatory Structure

Infrastructure

Chapter 4 Estonia

Market Summary

Supply and Demand Balance

Supply Overview

Demand Overview

Regulatory Structure

Infrastructure

Chapter 5 Hungary

Market Summary

Supply and Demand Balance

Supply Overview

Demand Overview

Regulatory Structure

Infrastructure

Chapter 6 Latvia

Market Summary

Supply and Demand Balance

Supply Overview

Demand Overview

Regulatory Structure

Infrastructure

Chapter 7 Lithuania

Market Summary

Supply and Demand Balance

Supply Overview

Demand Overview

Regulatory Structure

Infrastructure

Chapter 8 Poland

Market Summary

Supply and Demand Balance

Supply Overview

Demand Overview

Regulatory Structure

Infrastructure

Chapter 9 Romania

Market Summary

Supply and Demand Balance

Supply Overview

Demand Overview

Regulatory Structure

Wholesale Environment

Infrastructure

Chapter 10 Russia

Market Summary

Supply and Demand Balance

Supply Overview

Demand Overview

Regulatory Structure

Infrastructure

Chapter 11 Slovakia

Market Summary

Supply and Demand Balance

Supply Overview

Demand Overview

Regulatory Structure

Infrastructure

Chapter 12 Slovenia

Market Summary

Supply and Demand Balance

Supply Overview

Demand Overview

Regulatory Structure

Infrastructure

Chapter 13 Statistical notes

Data Adjustments

Definitions

Note

List of Figures

Figure 1.1: Bulgaria, Power Production by Fuel Input, 2005

Figure 1.2: Bulgaria, Power Production by Fuel Input, 1990-2005

Figure 1.3: Bulgaria, End User Demand, 2005

Figure 1.4: Bulgaria, End User Demand, 1990-2020

Figure 1.5: Bulgaria, Power Production Capacity, 2004

Figure 1.6: Bulgaria, Electricity Infrastructure

Figure 2.7: Croatia, Power Production by Fuel Input, 2005

Figure 2.8: Croatia, Power Production Capacity, 1995-2005

Figure 2.9: Croatia, End User Demand, 2005

Figure 2.10: Croatia, End User Demand, 1995-2020

Figure 2.11: Croatia, Power Production Capacity, 2004

Figure 2.12: Croatia, Power Production Capacity, 1995-2004

Figure 2.13: Croatia, Electricity Infrastructure

Figure 3.14: Czech Republic, Power Production by Fuel Input, 2004

Figure 3.15: Czech Republic, Power Production by Fuel Input, 1985-2005

Figure 3.16: Czech Republic, End User Demand, 2005

Figure 3.17: Czech Republic, End User Demand, 1985-2020

Figure 3.18: Czech Republic, Power Production Capacity, 2004

Figure 3.19: Czech Republic, Power Production Capacity, 1994-2004

Figure 3.20: Czech Republic, Transmission Grid, 2004

Figure 4.21: Estonia, Power Production by Fuel Input, 2005

Figure 4.22: Estonia, Power Production by Fuel Input, 1990-2005

Figure 4.23: Estonia, End User Demand, 2005

Figure 4.24: Estonia, End User Demand, 1990-2020

Figure 4.25: Estonia, Power Grid

Figure 5.26: Hungary, Power Production by Fuel Input, 2005

Figure 5.27: Hungary, Power Production by Fuel Input, 1985-2005

Figure 5.28: Hungary, End User Demand, 2005

Figure 5.29: Hungary, End User Demand, 1985-2020

Figure 5.30: Hungary, Power Production Capacity, 2003

Figure 5.31: Hungary, Power Production Capacity, 1975-2003

Figure 5.32: Hungary, Power Stations

Figure 5.33: Hungary, Power Grid

Figure 6.34: Latvia, Power Production by Fuel Input, 2005

Figure 6.35: Latvia, Power Production by Fuel Input 1990-2005

Figure 6.36: Latvia, End User Demand. 2005

Figure 6.37: Latvia, End User Demand. 2005

Figure 6.38: Latvia, Power Grid

Figure 7.39: Lithuania, Power Production by Fuel Input, 2005

Figure 7.40: Lithuania, Power Production by Fuel Input, 1990-2005

Figure 7.41: Lithuania, End User Demand, 2005

Figure 7.42: Lithuania, End User Demand, 1990-2005

Figure 7.43: Lithuania, Power Production Capacity, 2002

Figure 7.44: Lithuania, Transmission Grid

Figure 8.45: Poland, Power Production by Fuel Input 2005

Figure 8.46: Poland, Power Production by Fuel Input, 1985-2005

Figure 8.47: Poland, End User Demand, 2005

Figure 8.48: Poland, End User Demand, 1985-2020

Figure 8.49: Poland, Power Production Capacity, 2003

Figure 8.50: Poland, Power Production Capacity, 1975-2003

Figure 8.51: Poland, Grid System

Figure 9.52: Romania, Power Production by Fuel Input 2004

Figure 9.53: Romania, Power Production by Fuel Input, 1994-2004

Figure 9.54: Romania, End User Demand, 1994-2019

Figure 9.55: Romania, Power Production Capacity, 2004

Figure 9.56: Romania, Grid System

Figure 10.57: Russia, End User Demand, 1993-2018

Figure 10.58: Russia, Changes in Market Structure

Figure 10.59: Russia, Planned wholesale generating companies (OGK)

Figure 10.60: Russia, Installed capacity by generation type, 2004

Figure 11.61: Slovakia, Power Production by Fuel Input 2003

Figure 11.62: Slovakia, Power Production by Fuel Input, 1993-2003

Figure 11.63: Slovakia, End User Demand, 2003

Figure 11.64: Slovakia, End User Demand, 1993-2018

Figure 11.65: Slovakia, Power Production Capacity, 2004

Figure 11.66: Slovakia, Power Production Capacity, 1996-2004

Figure 11.67: Slovakia, Power Grid

Figure 11.68: Slovakia, Power Stations

Figure 12.69: Slovenia, Power Production by Fuel Input, 2005

Figure 12.70: Slovenia, Power Production by Fuel Input, 1990-2005

Figure 12.71: Slovenia, End User Demand, 2005

Figure 12.72: Slovenia, End User Demand, 1990-2020

Figure 12.73: Slovenia, Power Production Capacity 2003

Figure 12.74: Slovenia, Transmission Grid

Figure 12.75: Slovenia, Trade Flows 2003 (GWh)

List of Tables

Table 1.1: Bulgaria, Supply and Demand Balance, 2004-2005

Table 2.2: Croatia, Supply and Demand Balance, 2004-2005

Table 3.3: Czech Republic, Supply and Demand Balance, 2004-2005

Table 4.4: Estonia, Supply and Demand Balance, 2004-2005

Table 5.5: Hungary, Supply and Demand Balance, 2004-2005

Table 6.6: Latvia, Supply and Demand Balance, 2004-2005

Table 6.7: Latvia, Main Latvenergo Power Plants

Table 6.8: Latvia, Latvenergo Electricity Distribution Network

Table 7.9: Lithunia, Supply and Demand Balance, 2004-2005

Table 8.10: Poland, Supply and Demand Balance, 2004-2005

Table 9.11: Romania, Supply and Demand Balance, 2004-2005

Table 10.12: Russia, Supply and Demand Balance, 2004-2005

Table 10.13: Russia, Installed capacity by generation type, 2002-04

Table 11.14: Slovakia, Supply and Demand Balance, 2004-2005

Table 11.15: Slovakia, Major non-hydro power plants

Table 12.16: Slovenia, Supply and Demand Balance, 2004-2005

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