NEW YORK, Dec. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- This new NRG Expert market research database provides current and forecast figures for the global Transmission and Distribution market. The database consists of 1 Global Data Summary and 9 individual Region Microsoft® Excel (.xlsx) files. The database can be purchased as a global file or each of the 9 individual region files can be purchased separately.
The Excel database is the main focus of the product and contains vital forecasts and electrical transmission and distribution data for 180 countries. Data can be purchased at a global or a regional level:
1 Global Database
9 Regional Databases
What's in this Electricity Transmission and Distribution Database?
This database includes forecasts and analysis of the electrical power distribution industry, electricity transmission, power lines, smart grid market share and more, including:
Electricity Annual Demand, globally, regionally and by country
Capital Expenditure in the T&D industry
Electricity Distribution Line-length Data (installed KMs)
Capex data (2015 actuals forecast to 2020 in 2015 USD)
Annual Demand Data (2015 actuals forecast to 2020 in 2015 USD)
Generation Capacity (Installed MW Capacity) data
Voltage Breakdown and Overhead Underground Analysis
Electricity Network Maps
Electricity Grid Interconnections
The Annual Demand information contains a regional and by-country overview of the annual demand 2015 actual figures and forecasts for 2016-2020 in 2015 United States Dollars (USD) as broken down into the 9 sectors defined by NRG Expert:
Transformers Annual Demand,
Power Systems Annual demand,
Cables Annual Demand,
Switchgear Annual Demand,
Sub-Stations Annual Demand,
Towers Annual Demand,
Insulators Annual Demand,
Electricity Meters Annual Demand.
The Capex information shows Capital Expenditure in the Electrical Transmission and Distribution industry by region and by-country, presenting 2015 actual and 2016-2020 forecast figures in 2015 USD.
Background to this Market Research
Electricity transmission and distribution networks are continuously evolving to cope with ever rising demand. In the past, companies focused on adding more power lines, transformers and ancillary equipment,?whereas today new grid technologies can make the systems more efficient. Today the technology of the systems is often able to substitute increased sophistication for physical growth.
Smart gridshave been put forward as a solution for many of the problems within the current electrical grid system. The development of the smart grid in different markets is dependent upon the smart grid drivers.
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