Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Transmission Line Construction industry experienced strong demand for electric power and telecommunications infrastructure construction services over the past five years. Natural gas and renewable energy facilities are replacing the lost generation capacity, and industry services have been needed to construct generation and transmission facilities. Additionally, the need for high-speed fibre-optic networks has increased, further boosting industry demand. The industry is forecast to steadily grow over the next five years due to sustained demand for infrastructure construction. Similar to the previous five years, the electric power sector will invest in generation and transmission infrastructure to meet growing energy demand and environmental regulations... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Products Chapter
The Transmission Line Construction industry provides a variety of infrastructure services for the electric power and telecommunications sector. Products and services are segmented accordingly.
Power plant construction
Industry operators construct nuclear, coal, natural and renewable energy power plants. Over the past five years, coal power plant construction has rapidly declined, because nearly all provinces are steadily phasing out coal power. The growth of natural gas and nuclear power have partly made up for falling demand for coal power plant construction. Nevertheless, Canada' primary source of electricity comes from hydroelectric dams and power plants... purchase to read more