EPTDA Economic Outlook

Accelerating industrial production in Eastern Europe and declining Europe Area Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution


According to EPTDA's July/August 2014 report, the growth expected in the economy in Eastern Europe will provide more new opportunities for businesses in industrial production than Western Europe through at least 2015.

Europe Area Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution declined 3.6% from the year-ago level in April to its lowest level of activity in over 13 years.

A new common system was adopted in May for cross-border trading of electricity in 16 participating nations, which together account for about 75% of Europe’s total energy consumption.

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