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Until recently the electricity industry has been slow in realising the benefits of automation technologies, ICT and telecommunication advances. But now a slow revolution in the market derives the evolution of a 'smart' electricity grid. Within the next decade the composition of electricity generation will be changing and there is a greater need for smart grid on transmission lines. Further downstream, the distributors and households will see changes in the structure of the market that will impact the way they shop around for electricity.
Our latest energy report - The Smart Grid Market 2011-2021 – examines this pivotal area of the energy industry with in-depth analysis of global and regional smart grid investment. The report provides quantified forecasts for global and regional spending on smart grid over the next ten years. The report analyses a wealth of data and introduces a clear breakdown of which direction the market is moving based on diverse factors and insight into the market, anticipating how and why the market will develop from 2011 onwards.
The Smart Grid Market 2011-2021 report examines this sector critically, with a comprehensive review of recent annual reports, corporate publications, news reports, industry publications, market analysis and expert consultation. The report includes a SWOT analysis and original interviews with experts in the industry.
How much will global spending on global increase between 2011 and 2021? Which factors will drive and influence the industry? What are the breakthrough technologies driving the industry? Which companies are spending heavily on smart grid, and in which region? What are the opinions of key senior players in the sector? These critical questions and many more are definitively answered in this comprehensive report.
Comprehensive analysis of the Smart Grid Market
The Smart Grid Market 2011-2021 report examines this sector critically with a comprehensive review of annual reports, corporate releases, recent contracts, news reports, industry publications, market analysis and expert consultation. The report provides detailed forecasts for expenditure on Smart Grid in the global market and regional markets and includes country specific analysis. A strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) analysis is included with an assessments of the primary market drivers and restraints. This report also includes transcripts of two interviews with industry experts. This package of analysis cannot be obtained anywhere else.
The report draws on a rich combination of primary and secondary research, interviews, official corporate and governmental announcements, media reports, policy documents, industry statements and an extensive consultation of expert opinion.
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You will receive regional Smart Grid expenditure forecasts for 2011-2021.
You will receive 4 submarket forecasts from 2011-2021 for the main technology subsectors.
Sensors & Automation
You will be able to study 64 tables, charts and graphs quantifying the global and regional expenditure on Smart Grid over the period 2011-2021.
You will gain insight into the primary drivers and restraints of the Smart Grid market.
You will gain knowledge of what, where and why the leading companies in the industry are planning to spend their budgets upon.
You will receive a SWOT analysis for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to the Smart Grid industry from 2011 onwards.
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National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Power Plus Communications.
S&C Electric Company.
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Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
1.1 The Smart Grid Outlook
1.2 Shifting Drivers and Restraints
1.3 Regulatory Changes
1.4 A Role for Government
1.5 Summary of Drivers and Restraints of the Global Smart Grid Market
1.6 Benefits of this Report
1.8 The Global Smart Grid Market
1.9 Regional Variations in the Smart Grid Market
2. Introduction to the Smart Grid Market
2.1 Definition of the Smart Grid
2.2 The Case for a Smarter Grid
2.3 Smart Grid Applications
2.3.1 Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI)
2.3.2 Demand Response (DR)
2.3.3 Energy Storage
2.3.4 Grid Transformation
2.3.5 Incorporating Renewable Sources
2.3.6 Distributed Generation
2.4 Development of the Smart Grid
2.5 The Smart Grid Economy
2.5.1 Smart Grid Market Segments & Industry Players
18.104.22.168 Smart Metering
22.214.171.124 Advanced Metering Infrastructure Networks
126.96.36.199 Demand Response (DR)
188.8.131.52 Grid Optimisation
2.5.2 The Role for Government
3. The Global Smart Grid Market
3.1.1 Meeting Growing Energy Demand
3.1.2 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction
3.1.3 Energy Independence
3.1.4 Efficiency Savings
3.1.5 Regulation & Government Policy
3.1.6 Economic Growth
3.1.7 Improved Customer Services
3.2.1 Regulatory Framework
3.2.2 High Cost
3.2.3 Public Awareness and Trust
3.3 Global Smart Grid Market Size & Projected Growth
3.4 Smart Grid Submarket Forecasts by Technology
4. The Regional Smart Grid Markets
4.1 North American Smart Grid Market
4.2 European Smart Grid Market
4.3 Asia-Pacific Smart Grid Market
4.4 Latin American Smart Grid Market
4.5 Middle East & African Smart Grid Market
5. SWOT Analysis of the Smart Grid Market 2011-2021
5.1.1 Government Backing
5.1.1 Government Backing
5.1.2 Enabling the Low-Carbon Economy
5.1.3 Broad Societal Benefits
5.2.1 Intangible Benefits
5.2.3 Lack of Public Awareness
5.2.4 Absence of Standards
5.2.5 Regulatory Environment
5.3.1 New Applications and Markets
5.3.2 Competitive Advantage
5.3.3 Transport Applications
5.4.1 Consumer Opposition
5.4.2 Cyber Security
5.4.3 Lack of Financial Incentives
6. Expert Opinion
6.1 National Institution of Standards and Technology
6.1.1 Major Milestones
6.1.2 Interoperability Standards
6.1.3 Source of Funding
6.1.5 Market Sectors
6.1.6 Evolution of Smart Grid
6.1.7 Regional Growth Markets
6.2 Power Plus Communications
6.2.1 Real Time Communications
6.2.2 Users of PPC's Systems
6.2.3 Interoperability Standards
6.2.4 Smart Grid Funding
6.2.6 Savings for an Average Household
6.2.7 Smart Technology
6.2.8 Key Trends in the Smart Grid Market
6.2.9 Electric Vehicles
6.2.10 Drivers of Smart Grids
6.2.11 Restraints of Smart Grids
6.2.12 Opportunities for Growth
6.3 Echelon Corporation
6.3.1 Echelon's Smart Grid Involvement
6.3.2 Trust in the Smart Grid Technology
6.3.3 Key Trends in the Smart Grid Market
6.3.4 Echelon's Involvement with Third Parties
6.3.6 Interoperability Standards
6.4 Stream Communications
6.4.1 Software Applications
6.4.2 Regional Growth for Smart Grids
6.4.3 Commercial Application
6.4.4 Interoperability Standards
6.5 S&C Electric Company
6.5.1 S&C Electric Involvement in Smart Grid Market
6.5.2 Smart Grid Stability and Flexibility
6.5.3 Opportunities for Growth of Smart Grid
7. Leading Companies in the Smart Grid Market
7.1.2 Ambient Corporation
7.1.3 Arcadian Networks, Inc.
7.1.4 BPL Global Ltd.
7.1.5 Cisco Systems, Inc.
7.1.6 GridNet, Inc.
7.1.7 Silver Spring Networks
7.1.8 Trilliant Inc.
7.1.9 Tropos Networks Inc.
7.2 Grid Optimisation
7.2.1 ABB Ltd.
7.2.2 Cooper Power Systems Inc.
7.2.3 CURRENT Group LLC
7.2.4 GRIDiant Corporation
7.2.5 RuggedCom Inc.
7.2.6 S&C Electric Company
7.2.7 Schneider Electric S.A.
7.2.8 Siemens Energy
7.2.9 Telvent GIT S.A.
7.3 Smart Meter Manufacturers
7.3.1 Echelon Corporation
7.3.2 Elster Group SE
7.3.3 GE Energy
7.3.4 Iskraemeco, d.d.
7.3.5 Itron, Inc.
7.3.6 Landis+Gyr AG
7.3.7 Sensus Metering Systems
7.3.8 SmartSynch, Inc.
7.3.9 Enspiria Solutions
7.4 Meter Data Management
7.4.1 Ecologic Analytics, LLC
7.4.2 eMeter Corporation
7.4.3 Electralink Limited
7.4.7 Powerit Solutions
7.5 Demand Response
7.5.1 Comverge, Inc.
7.5.2 Constellation Energy
7.5.3 EnerNOC, Inc.
7.5.4 GridPoint, Inc.
7.5.5 Google PowerMeter
7.5.6 Honeywell International Inc.
7.5.7 Viridity Energy Inc.
7.6 Systems Development & Integration
7.6.1 Accenture Ltd.
7.6.2 EnerNex Corporation
7.6.3 Hewlett-Packard Company (HP)
7.6.6 Oracle Corporation
7.6.7 iControl Networks
7.6.8 Power Plus Communications
8.1 Shifting Drivers and Restraints
8.2 Regulatory Change
8.3 A Role for Government
8.4 Leading Regional Smart Grid Markets
8.5 Medium-sized Regional Smart Grid Markets
8.6 Smaller Regional Smart Grid Markets
8.7 Smart Grid Submarkets
8.8 Concluding Observations on the Global Smart Grid Market
List of Tables
Table 1.1 Drivers and Restraints of the Global Smart Grid Market
Table 3.1 Global Smart Grid Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.2 Global Smart Grid Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 3.3 Driver and Restraints in the Global Smart Grid Market
Table 3.4 Global Smart Grid Submarket Forecasts (CAGR %) 2011-2016, 2016-2021, 2011-2021
Table 3.5 Smart Grid Sensors & Automation Submarket Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.6 Smart Grid Sensors & Automation Submarket Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 3.7 Smart Grid IT Submarket Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.8 Smart Grid IT Submarket Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 3.9 Smart Grid Communications Submarket Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.10 Smart Grid Communications Submarket Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 3.11 Smart Grid AMI Submarket Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.12 Smart Grid AMI Submarket Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 3.13 Smart Grid Other Submarket Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 3.14 Smart Grid Other Submarket Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.1 Regional Smart Grid Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 4.2 North American Smart Grid Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 4.3 North American Smart Grid Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.4 European Smart Grid Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 4.5 European Smart Grid Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.6 Asia Pacific Smart Grid Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 4.7 Asia Pacific Smart Grid Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.8 Latin American Smart Grid Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 4.9 Latin American Smart Grid Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 4.10 Middle East & African Smart Grid Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn, AGR %)
Table 4.11 Middle East & African Smart Grid Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2011-2021, 2011-2016, and 2016-2021
Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis of the Smart Grid Market 2011-2021
Table 5.2 UK Government Smart Grid Funding
List of Figures
Figure 1.1 Comparative Regional Smart Grid Markets Size, 2011 ($bn)
Figure 1.2 Comparative Regional Smart Grid Markets CAGR, 2011-2021 (%)
Figure 2.1 Smart Grid Taxonomy
Figure 2.2 One-way 'Dumb' Grid Taxonomy
Figure 2.3 Loss of Electricity in OECD Countries (%)
Figure 2.4 Price of Oil, All Countries Spot Price 2000- 2011 ($/Barrel)
Figure 2.5 Planned Electricity Interconnections in Europe by 2020
Figure 2.6 World CO2 emissions from Electricity and Heat Generation 1990-2008 (grams/kWh)
Figure 2.7 US Sources of Electricity Forecast 1990-2020 (Trillion Kilowatt Hours)
Figure 2.8 Smart Grid Evolution
Figure 2.9 Smart Grid Optimization Gains, High, Medium & Low Voltages (%)
Figure 3.1 Global Smart Grid Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn)
Figure 3.2 World Electric Power Generation Vs Consumption (1990-2021)
Figure 3.3 Forecast Employment Growth Related to Smart Grid (thousands) 2009-2018
Figure 3.4 Global Smart Grid Submarket Forecasts 2011-2021 ($bn)
Figure 3.5 Smart Grid Sensors & Automation Submarket Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn)
Figure 3.6 Smart Grid IT Submarket Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn)
Figure 3.7 Smart Grid Communications Submarket Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn)
Figure 3.8 Smart Grid AMI Submarket Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn)
Figure 3.9 Smart Grid Other Submarket Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn)
Figure 3.10 Global Smart Grid Submarket Share by Technology 2011 (%)
Figure 3.11 Global Smart Grid Submarket Share by Technology 2016 (%)
Figure 3.12 Global Smart Grid Submarket Share by Technology 2021 (%)
Figure 4.1 Regional Smart Grid Market Forecast 2011–2021 ($bn)
Figure 4.2 Regional Smart Grid Market Share in 2011 (%)
Figure 4.3 Regional Smart Grid Market Share in 2016 (%)
Figure 4.4 Regional Smart Grid Market Share in 2021 (%)
Figure 4.5 North American Smart Grid Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn)
Figure 4.6 US 3-year rolling Electricity Consumptions Growth Rate (%)
Figure 4.7 European Smart Grid Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn)
Figure 4.8 Asia Pacific Smart Grid Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn)
Figure 4.9 Latin American Smart Grid Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn)
Figure 4.10 Middle East & African Market Forecast 2011-2021 ($bn)
Figure 5.1 US Renewable Energy Capacity Forecast 1990-2025 (Billion Kilowatt Hours)
Figure 5.2 UK Smart Grid Benefits Under Different Market Conditions ($bn)
Figure 5.3 Net Value of Smart Grid in 20 Years in UK Under Different Market Conditions ($bn)
Companies Mentioned in this Report
Alliant Energy Corporation
American Electric Power Company, Inc. (AEP)
Arcadian Networks, Inc.
Blue Line Innovations
BPL Global Ltd.
British Climate Change Capital Group
Burbank Water & Power
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Climate Change Capital Private Equity
Commonwealth Edison (ComEd)
Compañía Nacional de Fuerza y Luz, S.A. (CNFL )(Costa Rica)
Consolidated Edison, Inc. (Con Ed)
Cooper Industries plc.
Cooper Power Systems Inc.
CURRENT Group LLC
Duke Energy Corporation
East China Grid Company Ltd
Ecologic Analytics, LLC
EDF Energy plc.
Eka Systems, Inc.
Elektra Noreste S.A. (Panama)
Elster Group SE
Empresas Municipales de Cali (Emcali)
ESCO Technologies, Inc.
Florida Power & Light Company (FP&L)
Fort Collins utilities
GE Energy Financial Services
Great River Energy
Greentech Media Inc.
Google Power Meter
Hewlett-Packard Company (HP)
Honeywell International Inc.
Hydro One Inc.
Kansas City Power and Light Company (KCPL)
Landis+Gyr AG (L+G)
Lee County Electric Cooperative
Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited
Oncor Electric Delivery Company LLC
Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E)
Peco Energy Co.
Power Plus Communication
Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA)
S&C Electric Company
Schneider Electric S.A.
Scottish and Southern Energy plc.
Scottish Power Ltd.
Sensus Metering Systems
Silver Spring Networks
Smarter Grid Ecosystems
Smarter Grid Solutions Ltd.
State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC)
S&C Electric Europe Ltd
Telvent GIT S.A.
Tennessee Valley Authority
Toronto Hydro Corporation
Toyota Industries Corporation
Tropos Networks Inc.
Tucson Electric Power
UK Power Networks
Viridity Energy Inc.
Volta River Authority
Wasion Group Holdings Limited
Western Power Distributions
Xcel Energy, Inc.
Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in this Report
Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Authority (ADWEA)
California Public Utilities Commission
Chinese Wind Energy Association
Cisco Smart Grid Ecosystem
Climate Change Capital Private Equity
Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi) (Germany)
GridWise Alliance, Inc.
Imperial College London
Interoperability Device Interface Specifications (IDIS)
International Energy Agency
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
New York City Economic Development Corporation
Office of the Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem)
South Korea Smart grid Association
Smart Grid Australia
SmartGrids European Technology Platform for Electricity Networks of the Future (ETP SmartGrids)
State Grid Corporation of China
The Federal Environment Ministry (BMU) (Germany)
US Department of Energy (DOE)
US Energy Information Administration
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