US Power Market Outlook to 2030, Update 2019 - Market Trends, Regulations, and Competitive Landscape

This report elaborates the US power market structure and provides historical and forecast numbers for capacity, generation, and consumption up to 2030. Detailed analysis of the country's power market regulatory structure, import and export trends, competitive landscape, and power projects are provided. The report also gives a snapshot of the power sector in the country on broad parameters of macroeconomics, supply security, generation infrastructure, transmission infrastructure, degree of competition, regulatory scenario, and future potential. An analysis of the deals market scenario in the country’s power sector is also included in the report.

Scope

Snapshot of the country’s power sector across parameters - macro economics, supply security, generation infrastructure, transmission infrastructure, degree of competition, regulatory scenario and future potential of the power sector.

Reasons to buy

Identify opportunities and plan strategies by having a strong understanding of the investment opportunities in the country’s power sector

Identify key factors driving investment opportunities in the country’s power sector

Facilitate decision-making based on strong historic and forecast data

Develop strategies based on the latest regulatory events

Position yourself to gain the maximum advantage of the industry’s growth potential

Identify key partners and business development avenues

Identify key strengths and weaknesses of important market participants

Respond to your competitors’ business structure, strategy and prospects.

Companies mentioned

Tennessee Valley Authority, Exelon Corporation, Florida Power & Light Company, Virginia Electric and Power, Duke Energy Carolinas, Georgia Power Company

Tennessee Valley Authority, Exelon Corporation, Florida Power & Light Company, Virginia Electric and Power, Duke Energy Carolinas, Georgia Power Company

Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents

1.1 List of Tables

1.2 List of Figures

2 Executive Summary

2.1 US, Power Sector Outlook

3 Introduction

3.1 GlobalData Report ...

1 Table of Contents

1.1 List of Tables

1.2 List of Figures

2 Executive Summary

2.1 US, Power Sector Outlook

3 Introduction

3.1 GlobalData Report Guidance

4 US, Power Market, Snapshot

4.1 Macroeconomic Factors

4.2 Supply Security

4.3 Opportunities

4.4 Challenges

5 US, Power Market, Market Analysis

5.1 US, Power Market, Market Structure

5.2 US, Power Market, Key Market Players

5.3 US, Power Market, Financial Deals

5.3.1 Deal Value and Volume Analysis, 2008– 2018

5.3.2 Deals by Type, 2018

5.4 US, Power Market, Demand Structure

5.4.1 Power Consumption by Sector, 2018

6 US, Power Market, Regulatory Scenario

6.1 US, Power Market, Regulatory Framework

6.1.1 The General Framework

6.1.2 Tax Cuts and New Jobs Act

6.1.3 Production Tax Credits

6.1.4 Investment Tax Credits

6.1.5 Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System

6.1.6 Manufacturing Tax Credit

6.1.7 Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit

6.1.8 Renewable Energy Target

6.1.9 Renewable Energy Certificates

6.1.10 Energy Independence and Security Act

6.1.11 Rural Energy for America Program: Grants

6.1.12 Tribal Energy Program Grant

6.1.13 US Department of Energy – Loan Guarantee Program

6.1.14 Green Power Purchasing Goal

6.2 Federal Initiatives for Solar Power

6.2.1 Solar America Initiative

6.2.2 SunShot Initiative, 2030

6.3 Federal Initiatives for Wind Power

6.4 Federal Initiatives for Biopower and Biofuels

6.4.1 Energy Policy Act – Alternative Fuels

6.4.2 Biorefinery Assistance Program

6.4.3 Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990

6.5 Common State-Level Incentives

6.5.1 Overview

6.5.2 Renewable Portfolio Standards

6.5.3 Renewable Energy Certificates

6.5.4 Public Benefit Funds for Renewable Energy

6.5.5 Interconnection Standards

6.5.6 Net Metering

6.5.7 Property Assessed Clean Energy

6.6 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Texas

6.6.1 Solar and Wind Energy Device Franchise Tax Deduction

6.6.2 Solar and Wind Energy Business Franchise Tax Exemption

6.6.3 Renewable Energy Systems Property Tax Exemption

6.6.4 Net Metering

6.6.5 Austin Energy - Value of Solar Residential Rate

6.6.6 Interconnection Standards

6.6.7 Renewable Portfolio Standards

6.6.8 Renewable Energy Certificates

6.6.9 City of Austin - Renewables Portfolio Standard

6.6.10 San Antonio City Public Service Renewable Portfolio Goal

6.6.11 Renewable Energy Loans

6.6.12 Renewable Energy Rebate Programs

6.6.13 Green Mountain Energy Renewable Rewards Program

6.6.14 Austin Energy - Commercial Solar PV Incentive Program

6.7 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, California

6.7.1 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Renewable Energy Sources, California

6.7.2 Financial Incentives and Policy Support for Solar, California

6.8 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Florida

6.8.1 Net Metering

6.8.2 City of Tallahassee Utilities - Solar Loans

6.8.3 Property Tax Abatement for Renewable Energy Property

6.8.4 Broward County - Green Power Purchasing Policy

6.8.5 Miami-Dade County - Green Power Policy

6.8.6 Florida PACE program

6.8.7 Solar and CHP Sales Tax Exemption

6.8.8 Interconnection Standards

6.8.9 Residential Solar Leases

6.9 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Pennsylvania

6.9.1 Property Tax Assessment for Commercial Wind Farms

6.9.2 Net Metering

6.9.3 Interconnections Standards

6.9.4 Renewable Portfolio Standards

6.9.5 Renewable Energy Credits

6.9.6 Renewable Energy Loans

6.9.7 Renewable Energy Grant Programs

6.9.8 Sustainable Development Fund Financing Program

6.9.9 Wind and Geothermal Incentives Program

6.9.10 Alternative and Clean Energy Program

6.10 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Illinois

6.10.1 Future Energy Jobs Act

6.10.2 Renewable Portfolio Standard

6.10.3 Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SREC’s)

6.10.4 Adjustable Block (AB) Program

6.10.5 Net Metering

6.10.6 Interconnection Standards

6.10.7 Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation Grants

6.10.8 Sales Tax Exemption for Wind Energy

6.10.9 ComEd and Ameren Rebates

6.11 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, New York

6.11.1 Property Tax Abatement for Photovoltaic (PV) and Energy Storage equipment

6.11.2 Energy Efficiency Resource Standard

6.11.3 Clean Energy Standard (CES)

6.11.4 Green New Deal –Proposal for New Renewable Energy Goals

6.11.5 Auctions for offshore wind generation right

6.11.6 Net Metering

6.11.7 Interconnection Standards

6.11.8 Residential Solar Tax Credit (Solar Energy System Equipment Credit)

6.11.9 Sun PV Incentive Program

6.11.10 Sun Commercial and Industrial Incentive Program

6.11.11 REVitalize- NYSERDA

6.11.12 PSEG Long Island- Commercial Solar PV Feed-in Tariff

6.11.13 PSEG Long Island- Fuel Cell Resource Feed-in Tariff

6.11.14 Clean Energy Fund

6.11.15 Solar Sales Tax Exemption

6.11.16 Sun Loan Program

6.11.17 Exemption of Solar, Wind, and Biomass Energy Systems

6.11.18 Energy Conservation Improvements Property Tax Exemption

6.11.19 NY Green Bank

6.11.20 Solar For All Program

6.12 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Georgia

6.12.1 Net Metering

6.12.2 Central Georgia EMC - Photovoltaic Rebate Program

6.12.3 TVA - Green Power Providers

6.12.4 Jackson EMC - Right Choice Sun Power Rebate Program

6.12.5 Interconnection Standard

6.12.6 PACE Financing

6.12.7 Biomass Sales and Use Tax Exemption

6.13 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, North Carolina

6.13.1 Renewable Portfolio Standards

6.13.2 Interconnection Standards

6.13.3 Net Metering

6.13.4 Feed-in Tariffs in North Carolina

6.13.5 TVA - Green Power Providers

6.13.6 Competitive bidding/Auctions for Renewable Energy

6.13.7 Local Option – Financing Program for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency

6.13.8 Model Wind Energy Systems Ordinance

6.13.9 Wind Energy Permitting Standards

6.13.10 City of Asheville - Building Permit Fee Rebates

6.13.11 Property Tax Abatement for Solar Electric Systems

6.13.12 Green Building Incentives

6.13.13 Solar Energy Development Ordinance

6.13.14 Competitive Energy Solutions for North Carolina Law

6.13.15 Duke Energy proposes solar rebates in North Carolina

6.14 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Arizona

6.14.1 Energy Modernization Plan

6.14.2 Renewable Portfolio Standard

6.14.3 Net Metering/Billing

6.14.4 Energy Efficiency Standards

6.14.5 Renewable Energy Incentive Program

6.14.6 Residential Solar and Wind Energy Systems Tax Credit

6.14.7 Renewable Energy Production Tax Credit

6.14.8 Sunwatts Rebate Program

6.14.9 Solar and Wind Equipment Sales Tax Exemption

6.14.10 Interconnection Guidelines

6.14.11 Solar Construction Permitting Standards

6.14.12 Solar & Wind Equipment Certification

6.14.13 Salt River Project: Commercial Solar Electric Program

6.15 Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Ohio

6.15.1 First Energy Ohio - Renewable Energy Credit Procurements

6.15.2 Solar Renewable Energy Certificates Program

6.15.3 Alternative Energy Portfolio Standard

6.15.4 Energy Loan Fund

6.15.5 Energy Conservation for Ohioans (ECO-Link) Program

6.15.6 American Municipal Power (Public Electric Utilities) - Efficiency Smart Business Program

6.15.7 American Municipal Power (Public Electric Utilities) - Efficiency Smart Residential Program

6.15.8 Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard

6.15.9 City of Cleveland - Residential Property Tax Abatement for Green Buildings

6.15.10 City of Cincinnati - Property Tax Abatement for Green Buildings

6.15.11 Energy Conversion and Thermal Efficiency Sales Tax Exemption

6.15.12 Net Metering

6.15.13 Interconnection Standards

6.15.14 Alternative Energy Manufacturing Tax Credit

6.15.15 Alternative Energy Development Incentive (Tax Credit)

6.15.16 Alternative Energy Sales Tax Exemption

6.15.17 Renewable Portfolio Standards

6.15.18 Renewable Energy Certificates

6.15.19 Net Metering

6.15.20 Interconnection Standards

6.15.21 Commercial PACE Financing

7 US Power Market, Capacity and Generation Overview

7.1 US, Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity, 2000–2030

7.1.1 Installed Capacity by Fuel Type, 2018

7.2 US, Power Market, Cumulative Installed Capacity (GW) and Annual Power Generation (TWh), by State, 2018

7.3 Cumulative Installed Capacity and Annual Generation, 2000–2030

7.3.1 Cumulative Installed Thermal Power Capacity and Annual Thermal Power Generation, 2000–2030

7.3.2 Cumulative Installed Hydropower Capacity and Annual Hydropower Generation, 2000–2030

7.3.3 Cumulative Installed Nuclear Power Capacity and Annual Nuclear Power Generation, 2000–2030

7.3.4 Cumulative Installed Non-hydro Renewable Power Capacity and Annual Non-hydro Renewable Power Generation, 2000–2030

8 US, Power Market, Transmission and Distribution Overview

8.1 US, Power Market, Transmission Network Overview

8.2 US, Power Market, Distribution Network Overview

8.3 US, Power Market, Grid Interconnection

8.4 US, Power Market, Electricity Import and Export Trends, 2000–2018

8.5 US, Power Market, Electricity Trading

9 US, Power Market, Competitive Landscape: Snapshot of Leading Power Generating Companies

9.1 Key Company in the US Power Market: Tennessee Valley Authority

9.1.1 Company Overview

9.1.2 Business Description

9.1.3 SWOT Overview

9.2 Key Company in the US Power Market: Exelon Corporation

9.2.1 Company Overview

9.2.2 Business Description

9.2.3 SWOT Overview

9.3 Key Company in the US Power Market: Florida Power & Light Co

9.3.1 Company Overview

9.3.2 Business Description

9.3.3 SWOT Overview

9.4 Key Company in the US Power Market: Virginia Electric and Power

9.4.1 Company Overview

9.4.2 Business Description

9.4.3 SWOT Overview

9.5 Key Company in the US Power Market: Duke Energy Carolinas

9.5.1 Company Overview

9.5.2 Business Description

9.5.3 SWOT Overview

9.6 Key Company in the US Power Market: Georgia Power Company

9.6.1 Company Overview

9.6.2 Business Description

9.6.3 SWOT Overview

10 Appendix

10.1 Market Definitions

10.1.1 Power

10.1.2 Installed Capacity

10.1.3 Electricity Generation

10.1.4 Electricity Consumption

10.1.5 Thermal Power Plant

10.1.6 Hydropower Plant

10.1.7 Nuclear Power

10.1.8 Renewable Energy Resources

10.2 Abbreviations

10.3 Bibliography

10.4 Methodology

10.5 Coverage

10.5.1 Secondary Research

10.5.2 Primary Research

10.5.3 Modeling and Forecasting

10.6 Contact Us

10.7 Disclaimer

List of Tables

List of Tables

Table 1: Power Market, US, Gross Domestic Product ($bn and $tn), Population (m), and Annual Power Consumption (TWh), 2000–2023

Table 2: Power ...

List of Tables

Table 1: Power Market, US, Gross Domestic Product ($bn and $tn), Population (m), and Annual Power Consumption (TWh), 2000–2023

Table 2: Power Market, US, Market Share of Leading Power Generation Companies (%), 2018

Table 3: Power Market, US, Deal Value ($bn) and Number of Deals, 2008–2018

Table 4: Power Market, US, Deals by Type (%), 2018

Table 5: Power Market, US, Annual Power Consumption (TWh), 2000–2030

Table 6: Power Market, US, Power Consumption by Sector (%), 2018

Table 7: Renewable Energy Project Tax Components and changes with new tax code, US

Table 8: Power Market, US, Production Tax Credit ($/kWh), 2017

Table 9: Power Market, US, Investment Tax Credit, 2016

Table 10: Renewable Energy Market, US, Green Power Purchasing Goal (%), 2018–2025

Table 11: Renewable Energy Market, US, Sun shot Progress and Goals

Table 12: Renewable Energy Market, US, Renewable Portfolio Standards, State Targets

Table 13: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Texas, Net Metering Programs

Table 14: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Pennsylvania, Grants

Table 15: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Texas, Loan Programs

Table 16: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Texas, Rebate Programs

Table 17: Renewable Energy, Feed-in Tariffs, Marin County – California

Table 18: Renewable Energy, Feed-in Tariffs, Los Angeles – California

Table 19: Renewable Energy, Feed-in Tariff Multiplier, Los Angeles - California

Table 20: Renewable Energy, Electric Energy Reduction Standard (GWh), California, 2012–2024

Table 21: Renewable Energy, Annual Electric Demand Reduction Standard (MW), California, 2012–2024

Table 22: Renewable Energy, ReMAT Tariffs ($/MWh), California

Table 23: Renewable Energy Market, California, Renewable Portfolio Standard Targets (%)

Table 24: Renewable Energy Market, California, Go Solar Campaign Program Components, 2007–2016

Table 25: Renewable Energy Market, California, California Solar Initiative Program Budget ($m), 2007–2016

Table 26: Renewable Energy Market, California, California Solar Initiative Rebate Levels by Incentive Step and Rebate Type

Table 27: Renewable Energy Market, California, California Solar Initiative, Details by Incentive Type

Table 28: Renewable Energy, Utility Incentive Program

Table 29: Renewable Energy Market, California, PV requirements for new homes

Table 30: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Pennsylvania, Loan Programs

Table 31: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Pennsylvania, Grant Programs

Table 32: Renewable Energy Market, Illinois, Requirements and Carve-outs for Various Technologies for Investor-owned Utilities (%), 2009–2026

Table 33: Renewable Energy Market, Illinois, Requirements and Carve-outs for Various Technologies for Alternate Renewable Electricity Suppliers (%), 2009–2026

Table 34: Renewable Energy Market, Illinois, Block Group REC Prices ($/REC)

Table 35: Renewable Energy Market, Low Income Distributed Generation Incentive 1-4 unit buildings ($/REC)

Table 36: Renewable Energy Market, Low Income Distributed Generation Incentive 5+ unit buildings ($/REC)

Table 37: Renewable Energy Market, Low Income Community Solar Project Incentive ($/REC)

Table 38: Renewable Energy Market, Incentives for Non-Profits and Public Facilities ($/REC)

Table 39: Renewable Energy Market, Illinois, Interconnection Standards

Table 40: Renewable Energy Market, New York, Energy Efficiency Budgets and Targets for the Investor Owned Electric and Gas Utilities ($), 2016–2018

Table 41: Renewable Energy Market, North Carolina, Interconnection Standards

Table 42: Renewable Energy Market, North Carolina, Feed-in Tariffs by Utilities ($/kWh)

Table 43: Renewable Energy Market, Arizona, Compliance Schedule

Table 44: Renewable Energy Market, Arizona, Energy Efficiency Requirement Schedule (%)

Table 45: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Ohio, Renewable Portfolio Standards

Table 46: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Ohio, Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standards

Table 47: Renewable Energy Policy Framework, Utah, Tax Credits

Table 48: Power Market, US, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type (%), 2018

Table 49: Power Market, US, State-wise Cumulative Installed Capacity (GW) and Annual Power Generation (TWh), 2018

Table 50: Power Market, US, Cumulative Installed Capacity (GW) and Annual Power Generation (TWh), 2000–2030

Table 51: Power Market, US, Leading Thermal Power Plants (MW), 2019

Table 52: Power Market, US, Cumulative Installed Thermal Power Capacity (GW) and Annual Thermal Power Generation (TWh), 2000–2030

Table 53: Power Market, US, Leading Hydropower Plants (MW), 2019

Table 54: Power Market, US, Cumulative Installed Hydropower Capacity (GW) and Annual Hydropower Generation (TWh), 2000–2030

Table 55: Power Market, US, Leading Nuclear Power Reactors, 2019

Table 56: Power Market, US, Cumulative Installed Nuclear Power Capacity (GW) and Annual Nuclear Power Generation (TWh), 2000–2030

Table 57: Power Market, US, Leading Non-hydro Renewable Power Plants (MW), 2019

Table 58: Power Market, US, Cumulative Installed Non-hydro Renewable Power Capacity (GW) and Annual Non-hydro Renewable Power Generation (TWh), 2000–2030

Table 59: Power Market, US, Transmission Line Length (Ckm) by Voltage Levels, 2007–2025

Table 60: Power Market, US, Distribution Line Length (Ckm), 2007–2025

Table 61: Power Market, US, Annual Electricity Imports and Exports (TWh), 2000–2018

Table 62: Power Market, US, Tennessee Valley Authority, SWOT Profile, 2019

Table 63: Power Market, US, Exelon Corporation, SWOT Profile, 2019

Table 64: Power Market, US, Florida Power & Light Co, SWOT Profile, 2019

Table 65: Power Market, US, Virginia Electric and Power Co, SWOT Profile, 2019

Table 66: Power Market, US, Duke Energy Carolinas, SWOT Profile, 2019

Table 67: Power Market, US, Georgia Power Company, SWOT Profile, 2019

Table 68: Abbreviations

List of Figures

List of Figures

Figure 1: Power Market, US, Gross Domestic Product ($bn) and Annual Power Consumption (TWh), 2000–2018

Figure 2: Power Market, US, Annual Power ...

List of Figures

Figure 1: Power Market, US, Gross Domestic Product ($bn) and Annual Power Consumption (TWh), 2000–2018

Figure 2: Power Market, US, Annual Power Consumption and Generation (TWh), 2000–2018

Figure 3: Power Market, US, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type (%), 2018

Figure 4: Power Market, US, Gross Domestic Product ($bn), Population (m), and Annual Power Consumption (TWh), 2000–2023

Figure 5: Power Market, US, Power Market Structure

Figure 6: Power Market, US, Market Share of Leading Power Generation Companies (%), 2018

Figure 7: Power Market, US, Deal Value ($bn) and Number of Deals, 2008–2018

Figure 8: Power Market, US, Deals by Type (%), 2018

Figure 9: Power Market, US, Annual Power Consumption (TWh), 2000–2030

Figure 10: Power Market, US, Power Consumption by Sector (%), 2018

Figure 11: Power Market, US, Cumulative Installed Capacity by Fuel Type (%), 2018

Figure 12: Power Market, US, Cumulative Installed Capacity (GW) and Annual Generation (TWh), 2000–2030

Figure 13: Power Market, US, Cumulative Installed Thermal Power Capacity (GW) and Annual Thermal Power Generation (TWh), 2000–2030

Figure 14: Power Market, US, Cumulative Installed Hydropower Capacity (GW) and Annual Hydropower Generation (TWh), 2000–2030

Figure 15: Power Market, US, Cumulative Installed Nuclear Power Capacity (GW) and Annual Nuclear Power Generation (TWh), 2000–2030

Figure 16: Power Market, US, Cumulative Installed Non-hydro Renewable Power Capacity (GW) and Annual Non-hydro Renewable Power Generation (TWh), 2000–2030

Figure 17: Power Market, US, Annual Electricity Imports and Exports (TWh), 2000–2018

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