In our annual Emerging Markets report, published in association with investment bank and financial advisor Marathon Capital, we take an in-depth look at the emerging countries and parts of the sector that should be on the radar of investors and others.
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We assess the economic performance of 20 developing countries in Africa, Asia and South America, giving investors insights into the risks and opportunities of doing business in these markets. This analysis draws on GDP projects, population statistics, country risk ratings, wind resources, government targets, and much more. Don't miss out on this research.
Marathon Capital has shared its insights on the opportunities for investors in distributed generation projects in Latin America, which looks at financial models, national policies, and more.
And we also have three in-depth interviews.
We have interviewed Mario and Lucas Araripe from Brazilian developer Casa dos Ventos to get their views on the Brazilian market and their own strategy. Since launching in 2007, the company has seen boom times for Brazil's market, followed by the country's deep recession in 2015 and 2016. They talk about why they think 2017 could herald the start of the recovery.
We have also spoken to Andy Kinsella, chief operating officer at Mainstream Renewable Power, about their plans in Africa, Central and South America, southeast Asia and beyond; and why they are now looking to exit the offshore market after one final project. Over the last few years, the company has established itself as a leading global player in emerging markets. Find out how.
And we met up with Anette Eberhard, chief executive of Denmark's export credit agency EKF, who is supporting manufacturers and other firms in the supply chain to move into new markets, including at the 310MW Lake Turkana wind farm in Africa. She talks about the risks and opportunities of doing business in new markets.