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Unformatted text preview: -30-25-20-15-10-55101520CoalGasHy droNuc learSolarW indProposed Ph.D. Qualifier Paper: Risk Management Best Practices for the Deployment of High TechnologyPower Infrastructure in High Risk Projects and in Highly Regulated EnvironmentsSola TalabiEmerging energy markets that are typically characterized by the developing world have a substantially unmet demand for power generation infrastructure. This is partly due to risks and the perception of risks by the supply side (developed countries). As these countries are growing economically, their demand for energy continues to increase exponentially and hence there is an increasing sizeable energy infrastructure market demand that is being created. This research seeks to bridge the market gap between demand and supply by creating a risk management framework to facilitate high technology power infrastructure investments in high risk emerging markets. The nuclear power generation industry will be used to characterize the demand side since this represents the limiting case from a high technology and associated risk standpoint. The continent of Africa would be used to characterize the demand side since this represents the limiting case in terms of technological advancement and unmet power demands. demand side since this represents the limiting case in terms of technological advancement and unmet power demands....
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2010 for the course MEG 14690 taught by Professor Chu during the Spring '10 term at Pittsburgh.
- Spring '10