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Smart Grids Infrastructure Market, 2018-2030

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Example Insights

  1. Close to 170 stakeholders currently offer a variety of smart grids infrastructure equipment. Around 28% of these companies offer transmission and distribution equipment; these include players providing high voltage direct current (HVDC) systems, remote terminal units (RTUs), flexible AC transmission systems (FACTS), voltage ampere reactive (VAR) optimizer and synchrophasors. Examples of such companies include (in alphabetical order, no selection criteria) Amantys, Circutor, Dynex Semiconductor, Edison Power Constructors, Grid 20 / 20, Protrol, Helberg Electrical Supply, Landis + Gyr, Mitsubishi Electric, Smart Wires, Sumitomo Electric Industries and Sietec Solutionz.
  2. Majority (~90%) of the companies offer substation automation equipment. The substation automation segment can be further classified into two categories, namely substation automation modules (communication networks, supervisory control and data acquisition, and intelligent electronic devices (IEDs)) and substation automation components (reclosers, programmable logic controllers, RTUs, capacitor bank controllers, smart meters, load tap controller, communication channels and digital relays). Examples of such companies include (in alphabetical order, no selection criteria) ADD Grup, AEM, Aqua Metric, aSAY Energy, Bitlismen, Bivocom, Celestica, C-EPRI, Delta Electric, dVentus Wind Technologies, Eaton, Heyi Electric, IntelliSAW, SEC Grid Automation Technologies, Sietec Solutionz, Smart Energy Instruments, Takaoka Toko, Unipower and Wemworld.
  3. Over 30% of the companies offer communication channel solutions, which include power line, optical fiber, copper wire, ethernet and cellular network communication. Examples of companies providing these solutions include (in alphabetical order, no selection criteria) Aclara, Benden, Eltel Networks, Encore Networks, Energomera, Energy Care Holding, Mastec, Microchip Technologies, Mirait Technologies, Nexans, Phoenix Contact and Trispectra Innovation.
  4. The current market is dominated by large enterprises. In fact, we identified 69 large sized companies that offer smart grid infrastructure; a number of these companies offer a wide range of solutions (independently or in collaboration) required for the deployment of smart grids. Examples of such companies include (in alphabetical order, no selection criteria) ABB, CG Power and Industrial Solutions, GE, Hitachi, Itron, L&T Power, PowerCom, Powerline Technologies, Schneider Electric and Siemens.
  5. Our market attractiveness analysis reveals that, at present, the market is highly lucrative for stakeholders in the US and the EU based on multiple parameters, such as quality of workforce in the regions, ease of trade, financial support, power generation / consumption, plans / availability of renewable energy resources and cost of implementation of smart grids.
  6. With targeted goals and investments across many regions in the world, the market is anticipated to grow at a steady pace between 2018 and 2030. In fact, primary research confirms that the global investment opportunity could be as high as USD 1 trillion. Though the short-term market is likely to be driven by developed economies, long term sustainability will be offered through the contributions of emerging economies, such as China and India.

Overview

In the future, once the smart power grids are more mainstream, a new energy-based economy would be established. People will generate their own power using solar panels or wind turbines. They can then sell the excess power either back into the grid or to their neighbours

-Chief Executive Officer, a Canada based company

With growing electricity consumption, the peak electricity demand is expected to increase manifold by 2050. It is believed that, owing to their intelligence features, smart grids have the potential to reduce the projected peak demand increases by up to 24% across some of the major regions of the world. This is because sensors in smart grids can detect peak load in advance and divert surplus supply from low demand areas to meet the peak requirements in a particular region.Moreover, with countries having ambitious renewable energy targets, it is important to ensure that a compatible infrastructure is put in place in parallel. Several geographies across the world have already recognized the need of upgrading to smart grids and have taken initiatives to encourage this transition. The US, for instance, allocated USD 4.5 billion initially towards grid modernization; the investment increased over the years under the American Recovery Reinvestment Act of 2009. In Europe, the European Technology Platform (ETP) SmartGrids was formalized in 2005 to create a vision for the European networks till 2020 and beyond. A recent 2017 report by Joint Research Centre (JRC) included 950 smart grid projects (R&D and demonstration) across Europe; across these, a total of EUR 5 billion has been invested.

Emerging economies are also planning to upgrade existing systems to smart grids. The ambitious renewable energy targets of countries such as China and India are expected to drive the smart grids market in the future. In China, the government announced an investment of USD 96 billion between 2010 and 2020 to accelerate smart grids deployment. Similarly, in India, several pilot stage smart grid projects are underway.

Smart Grids are expected to play a pivotal role in clean energy initiatives. Specifically, smart meters are amongst the most focused infrastructures across several countries. In the US, more than 75 million smart meters had been installed by 2017.In addition, the EU has set a target of replacing at least 80% (~ 245 million) of the conventional electricity meters with smart meters by 2020. In fact, it is reported that Sweden, Finland, Italy and Luxembourg have already reached full deployment.The EU Smart Grids Task Force believes that the planned rollout of smart meters and smart grids has the potential to reduce carbon emissions in the EU by 9%.

 

Scope of The Report

The Smart Grids Infrastructure Market, 2018 - 2030 report features an extensive study of the current landscape and future outlook of the growing market for smart grids. The focus of this study is on the smart grids infrastructure, equipment, modules / components / systems offered by different players. The field is backed by grants / investments from various government agencies and is characterized by the presence of several well-established companies. Amongst other elements, the report features:

  • A detailed assessment of the current market landscape, providing information on various infrastructure components offered by companies for deploying smart grids in an existing network; these include transmission and distribution equipment, substation automation modules / components and supported communication channels.
  • Detailed profiles of some of the leading players in the industry, highlighting the current focus of the companies with details on their specific smart grid infrastructure equipment / module / component / systems and services. The profiles also include a section on recent developments, highlighting the achievements, partnerships / collaborations and the likely strategies that may be adopted by these players to fuel growth in the foreseen future.
  • A comprehensive benchmark analysis, highlighting key focus areas of small, mid-sized and large sized companies; the benchmark analysis provides a means to compare the existing capabilities within respective peer groups and help industry stakeholders identify ways to achieve a competitive edge over contemporary players.
  • A detailed market attractiveness analysis elucidating the attractiveness of major markets across the globe based on parameters that are likely to determine the future growth opportunities in specific regions.
  • A case study highlighting the regulatory initiatives across various geographies and the regulatory standards / norms designed for a uniform and standardized smart grid deployments.
  • An overview of some of the recent smart grid deployment projects across the EU, North America and rest of the world (Australia, China, India, Japan and South Korea). Specifically, we have highlighted the current focus area across the regions defined by the type of projects that have been undertaken (AMI, distribution network or transmission network).

One of the key objectives of the study was to understand the primary growth drivers and estimate the future size of the market. We looked at the likely future investments to be made in the key geographies (the US, the EU, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Canada, Russia, Singapore, India and UAE). Based on this, we have provided an informed estimate on the likely evolution of the market in the long term, for the period of 2018 - 2030. Considering the uncertainties related to the investments and political influence across the geographies, and to add robustness to our model, we have provided three forecast scenarios, representing the conservative, base and optimistic tracks of the market’s evolution.

The opinions and insights highlighted in this report were influenced by discussions held with senior stakeholders in the industry. These include Emmanuel Albert (CEO, Trispectra Innovation), Fulvio Ferrari (Founding Partner, Wemworld) and Jenny Erwin (Business Development Manager, Smart Wires). All the actual figures have been sourced and analyzed from publicly available information forums and primary research discussions. Financial figures mentioned in this report are in USD, unless specified otherwise.

Contents

Chapter 2  is an executive summary of the insights captured in our research. The summary offers a high-level view on the likely evolution of the smart grids infrastructure market in the long term.

Chapter 3  is an introductory chapter that highlights the technological evolution of traditional electricity grid components and the associated challenges. In addition, the chapter emphasizes on the need to shift towards smart grids and provides details on the key smart grid equipment / modules / components / systems.

Chapter 4  presents a case study on the regulatory standards and norms defined by various geographies for smart grid deployment, and elucidates the key policies designed by governments and regulatory institutions in these geographies. It lists the standards designed by several regulatory authorities, including ( in alphabetical order ) the Australian Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism, European Committee for Standardization (CEN), European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC), International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF), India Smart Grid Task Force (ISGTF), International Organization for Standardization (ISO), International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Japan Smart Community Alliance (JSCA), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC), for their respective geographies.

Chapter 5  includes information on around 170 key stakeholders that offer smart grid-based equipment / modules / components / systems for electric utilities across the world. The information is presented on the basis of type of transmission and distribution equipment offered, type of substation automation modules / components offered, and type of supported communication systems offered. In addition, we have provided information on the geographical location, year of establishment and employee size of the companies.

Chapter 6  features detailed profiles of some of the leading stakeholders that offer smart grid equipment / modules / components / systems to electric utilities. Each profile includes an overview of the company, details on their smart grid offerings and the recent developments that have taken place with respect to electrical networks / grids.

Chapter 7  presents a benchmark analysis of all the players engaged in this domain. It highlights the capabilities of these companies in terms of their expertise across smart grid equipment / modules / components / systems offered to the electric utilities. The analysis allows companies to compare their existing capabilities within and beyond their peer groups and identify opportunities to become more competitive in the industry.

Chapter 8  presents a market attractiveness analysis of likely major markets across the globe. It highlights key parameters such as total geographical area, quality of workforce, ease-of-trade, smart grid policy initiation, capital support, total power consumption in the region, renewable energy usage plans, likely cost of implementation / deploying new technologies, regulatory standards, availability of cybersecurity solutions, and overall benefits and awareness, that are likely to determine the future growth opportunities across several regions, such as (the US, the EU, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Canada, Russia, Singapore, India and UAE)

Chapter 9  presents a comprehensive market forecast, highlighting the future potential of the market till 2030. The forecast, which provides estimates on the market opportunity across the key regions (the US, the EU, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Canada, Russia, Singapore, India and UAE) is backed by robust secondary research, as well as inputs from senior stakeholders in the industry. The analysis also highlights the relative growth opportunity across different smart grid equipment types (transmission & distribution, substation automation and communication network). To account for the uncertainties associated with the adoption of these technologies, we have provided optimistic and conservative forecast scenarios, in addition to the base forecast scenario.

Chapter 10  presents a case study on various smart grid infrastructure projects / initiatives by the governments / local authorities across North America, Europe, Japan, Australia, China, South Korea and India. It includes information ( wherever available ) on the type of project, location, estimated cost involved, and the project starting year / completion year.

Chapter 11  summarizes the overall report. In this chapter, we have provided a list of key takeaways from the report, and expressed our independent opinion related to the research and analysis described in the previous chapters.

Chapter 12  is a collection of executive insights collated from existing stakeholders in this market. The chapter provides interview transcripts of the discussions that were held with Emmanuel Albert (CEO, Trispectra Innovation), Fulvio Ferrari (Founding Partner, Wemworld) and Jenny Erwin (Business Development Manager, Smart Wires).

Chapter 13  is an appendix, which provides tabulated data and numbers for all the figures provided in the report.

Chapter 14  is an appendix, which provides the list of companies and organizations mentioned in the report.

Table of Contents

1. PREFACE
1.1. Scope of the Report
1.2. Research Methodology
1.3. Chapter Outlines
 
2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
 
3. INTRODUCTION
3.1. Discovery of Electricity: A Historical Timeline
3.1.1. Initial Methods for Transmission of Electricity
3.2. Modern Day Electricity Grids
3.2.1. Limitations / Challenges of Traditional Grids
3.3. Smart Grids: A Giant Leap in Infrastructure
3.3.1. Evolution of Automation Technologies
3.3.2. Energy Internet of the Future
3.3.3. Advantages / Applications of Smart Grids
 
3.4. Pre-requisites for a Smart Grid
3.4.1. System Automation Architecture of a Power Plant
3.4.2. Functional Sub-Systems of a Smart Grid System
3.4.2.1. Process Control and Safety Systems
3.4.2.2. Communication Networks
3.4.2.3. Process Optimization Systems
3.4.2.4. Database Management and Maintenance Systems
3.4.2.5. Process Improvement and Decision Support Systems
3.4.3. Transmission and Distribution Systems
3.4.4. Substation Automation
3.4.4.1. Substation Automation Modules
3.4.4.2. Substation Automation System Components
3.4.4.3. Supported Communication Systems
 
4. SMART GRIDS: REGULATORY STANDARDS AND COMPLIANCE
4.1. Chapter Overview
4.1.1. Do’s and Don’ts while Setting up Smart Grids
 
4.2. The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
4.2.1. IEC Standards for Smart Grids
 
4.3. Regulatory Standards in the US
4.3.1. Overview
4.3.2. Standards
 
4.4. Regulatory Standards in Europe
4.4.1. Overview
4.4.2. Standards
 
4.5. Regulatory Standards in China
4.5.1. Overview
4.5.2. Standards
 
4.6. Regulatory Standards in Japan
4.6.1. Overview
4.6.2. Standards
 
4.7. Regulatory Standards in India
4.7.1. Overview
4.7.2. Standards
 
4.8. Regulatory Standards in Australia
4.8.1. Overview
4.8.2. Standards
 
5. CURRENT MARKET LANDSCAPE
5.1. Chapter Overview
5.2. Smart Grids: Market Landscape
5.2.1. Distribution by Year of Establishment
5.2.2. Distribution by Geographical Location
5.2.3. Distribution by Company Size
5.2.4. Distribution by Type of Offering
 
6. COMPANY PROFILES
6.1. Chapter Overview
6.2. ABB
6.2.1. Company Snapshot
6.2.2. Products / Services Offered
6.2.3. Recent Developments
 
6.3. Aclara Technologies
6.3.1. Company Snapshot
6.3.2. Products / Services Offered
6.3.3. Recent Developments
 
6.4. CG Power and Industrial Solutions
6.4.1. Company Snapshot
6.4.2. Products / Services Offered
6.4.3. Recent Developments
 
6.5. Circutor
6.5.1. Company Snapshot
6.5.2. Products / Services Offered
6.5.3. Recent Developments
 
6.6. Eaton
6.6.1. Company Snapshot
6.6.2. Products / Services Offered
6.6.3. Recent Developments
 
6.7. Energy Care
6.7.1. Company Snapshot
6.7.2. Products / Services Offered
6.7.3. Recent Developments
 
6.8. General Electric
6.8.1. Company Snapshot
6.8.2. Products / Services Offered
6.8.3. Recent Developments
 
6.9. Honeywell
6.9.1. Company Snapshot
6.9.2. Products / Services Offered
6.9.3. Recent Developments
 
6.10. Itron
6.10.1. Company Snapshot
6.10.2. Products / Services Offered
6.10.3. Recent Developments
 
6.11. Landis+Gyr
6.11.1. Company Snapshot
6.11.2. Products / Services Offered
6.11.3. Recent Developments
 
6.12. L&T Power
6.12.1. Company Snapshot
6.12.2. Products / Services Offered
6.12.3. Recent Developments
 
6.13. PowerCom
6.13.1. Company Snapshot
6.13.2. Products / Services Offered
6.13.3. Recent Developments
 
6.14. S&C Electric Company
6.14.1. Company Snapshot
6.14.2. Products / Services Offered
6.14.3. Recent Developments
 
6.15. Schneider Electric
6.15.1. Company Snapshot
6.15.2. Products / Services Offered
6.15.3. Recent Developments
 
6.16. Schweitzer Engineering Labs (SEL)
6.16.1. Company Snapshot
6.16.2. Products / Services Offered
6.16.3. Recent Developments
 
6.17. Siemens
6.17.1. Company Snapshot
6.17.2. Products / Services Offered
6.17.3. Recent Developments
 
6.18. Smart Wires
6.18.1. Company Snapshot
6.18.2. Products / Services Offered
6.18.3. Recent Developments
 
6.19. Trilliant Networks
6.19.1. Company Snapshot
6.19.2. Products / Services Offered
6.19.3. Recent Developments
 
6.20. Trispectra Innovation
6.20.1. Company Snapshot
6.20.2. Products / Services Offered
6.20.3. Recent Developments
 
6.21. Wemworld
6.21.1. Company Snapshot
6.22.2 Products / Services Offered
6.22.3 Recent Developments
 
7. BENCHMARK ANALYSIS
7.1. Chapter Overview
7.2. Benchmark Analysis: Methodology
7.3. Benchmark Analysis: Peer Groups
7.3.1. Benchmark Analysis: Companies in North America
7.3.1.1. Peer Group I: Small and Mid-Sized Companies
7.3.1.2. Peer Group II: Large Scale Enterprises
 
7.3.2. Benchmark Analysis: Companies in Europe
7.3.2.1. Peer Group III: Small and Mid-Sized Companies
7.3.2.2 Peer Group IV: Large Scale Enterprises
 
7.3.3. Benchmark Analysis: Companies in Asia and Rest of World
7.3.3.1. Peer Group V: Small and Mid-Sized Companies
7.3.3.2. Peer Group VI: Large Scale Enterprises
 
8. MARKET ATTRACTIVENESS ANALYSIS
8.1. Chapter Overview
8.2. Market Attractiveness Analysis: Methodology
8.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis: Summary
8.3.1. Ease of Implementation
8.3.2. Market Boosters
8.3.3. Other Enablers
8.4. Key Takeaways
 
9. MARKET FORECAST
9.1. Chapter Overview
9.2. Forecast Methodology and Key Assumptions
9.3. Overall Smart Grid Infrastructure Market, 2018-2030
9.4. Smart Grid Infrastructure Market: Distribution by Type of Equipment
9.4.1. Transmission and Distribution Equipment Market, 2018-2030
9.4.2. Substation Automation Equipment Market, 2018-2030
9.4.3. Communication Systems Market, 2018-2030
 
9.5. Smart Grid Infrastructure Market: Distribution by Regions
9.5.1. Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in the US, 2018-2030
9.5.2. Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Europe, 2018-2030
9.5.3. Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Australia, 2018-2030
9.5.4. Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Canada, 2018-2030
9.5.5. Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Japan, 2018-2030
9.5.6. Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in South Korea, 2018-2030
9.5.7. Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Singapore, 2018-2030
9.5.8. Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Russia, 2018-2030
9.5.9. Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in India, 2018-2030
9.5.10. Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in China, 2018-2030
9.5.11. Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in UAE, 2018-2030
 
10. GLOBAL SMART GRID INITIATIVES: AN OVERVIEW
10.1. Chapter Overview
10.2. Smart Grid Projects in North America
10.3. Smart Grids Projects in the EU
 
10.4. Smart Grids Projects in Rest of the World
10.4.1. Australia
10.4.2. China
10.4.3. India
10.4.4. Japan
10.4.5. South Korea
10.5. Key Takeaways
 
11. CONCLUSION
11.1 Evolution of Automation Technologies Have Impacted Several Industries; Electric Utilities are not an Exception
11.2 With Growing Focus on Making the Electric Grid Smart, Several Companies, Ranging from Small / Mid-Sized to Large Enterprises, are Providing Innovative Smart Grid Technologies
11.3 Several Large Enterprises are Acting as One-Stop Shops for Deployment of Smart Grids
11.4 At Present, the US and Europe are Leading the Efforts, Offering a Plethora of Opportunities for Stakeholders
11.5 Driven by Investments from Governments Across Many Countries, the Market is Expected to Grow Significantly in the Coming Years
11.6 With the Steadily Increasing Load on the Electricity Grids, Smart Grids Will Remain the Go-To Option for Long Term
 
12. INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPTS
12.1. Chapter Overview
12.2. Emmanuel Albert, CEO, Trispectra Innovation
12.3. Fulvio Ferrari, Founding Partner, Wemworld
12.4. Jenny Erwin, Business Development Manager, Smart Wires
 
13. APPENDIX 1: TABULATED DATA
 
14. APPENDIX 2: LIST OF COMPANIES AND ORGANIZATIONS

List of Figures

Figure 3.1  Discovery of Electricity: Historical Timeline
Figure 3.2  Modern Day Electricity Grid: Schematic Representation
Figure 3.3  Automation Architecture Levels: Classification
Figure 3.4  Functional Sub-Systems of a Smart Grid
Figure 4.1  The US Policy Statement on Grid Modernization
Figure 5.1  Smart Grids: Distribution of Companies by Year of Establishment
Figure 5.2  Smart Grids: Distribution of Companies by Geographical Location
Figure 5.3  Smart Grids: Distribution of Companies by Size (Number of Employees)
Figure 5.4  Smart Grids: Distribution of Companies by Type of Offering
Figure 5.5  Smart Grids: Distribution of Companies by Type of Transmission and Distribution Equipment Offered
Figure 5.6  Smart Grids: Distribution of Companies by Type of Substation Automation Systems Offered
Figure 7.1  Benchmark Analysis: Distribution of Companies by Geographical Location
Figure 7.2  Benchmark Analysis: Small and Mid-Sized Companies in North America, Peer Group I
Figure 7.3  Benchmark Analysis: Large-Sized Companies in North America, Peer Group II
Figure 7.4  Benchmark Analysis: Small and Mid-Sized Companies in Europe, Peer Group III
Figure 7.5  Benchmark Analysis: Large-Sized Companies in Europe, Peer Groups IV
Figure 7.6  Benchmark Analysis: Large-Sized Companies in Rest of World, Peer Group V
Figure 7.7  Benchmark Analysis: Large-sized Companies in Rest of World, Peer Group VI
Figure 9.1 Smart Grid Infrastructure Market: Distribution by Type of Equipment
Figure 9.2 Global Transmission and Distribution Infrastructure Market, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 9.3 Global Substation Automation Infrastructure Market, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 9.4 Global Smart Grid Communication Infrastructure Market, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 9.5 Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in the US, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 9.6 Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Europe. 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 9.7 Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Australia, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 9.8 Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Canada, 2018:2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 9.9 Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Japan, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 9.10 Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in South Korea, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 9.11 Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Singapore, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 9.12 Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Russia, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 9.13 Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in China, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 9.14 Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in India, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 9.15 Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in UAE, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 10.1  Smart Grid Projects in North America: Distribution by Project Type
Figure 10.2  Smart Grid Projects in North America: Distribution by Project Type and Cost of Project (USD Million)
Figure 10.3  Smart Grid Projects in Europe: Distribution by Project Type
Figure 10.4  Smart Grid Projects in Europe: Distribution by Project Starting Year 
Figure 10.5  Smart Grid Projects in Rest of the World: Distribution by Project Type
Figure 10.6  Smart Grid Projects in Rest of the World: Distribution by Project Type and Cost of Project (USD Million)
Figure 10.7  Common Objectives of the Smart Grids Policies

List of Tables

Table 3.1  List of Small-Scale Electricity Providers in the 1800s
Table 3.2  Noteworthy Contributors to Commercialization of Electricity
Table 4.1  Smart Grid Core Standards: IEC
Table 4.2  Smart Grid Standards: US
Table 4.3  Smart Grid Standards: Europe
Table 4.4  Smart Grid Standards: China
Table 4.5  Smart Grid Standards: India
Table 4.6  Smart Grid Standards: Australia
Table 5.1  Smart Grids: List of Companies
Table 5.2  Smart Grids: List of Companies (Information on Transmission and Distribution Equipment Offered)
Table 5.3  Smart Grids: List of Companies (Information on Substation Automation Systems Offered)
Table 5.4  Smart Grids: List of Companies (Information on Substation Automation Supported Communication Systems Offered)
Table 6.1  ABB: Company Overview
Table 6.2  ABB: Product Portfolio
Table 6.3  ABB: Recent Developments
Table 6.4  Aclara Technologies: Company Overview
Table 6.5  Aclara Technologies: Product Portfolio
Table 6.6  Aclara Technologies: Recent Developments
Table 6.7  CG Power and Industrial Solutions: Company Overview
Table 6.8  CG Power and Industrial Solutions: Product Portfolio
Table 6.9  CG Power and Industrial Solutions: Recent Developments
Table 6.10  Circutor: Company Overview
Table 6.11  Circutor: Product Portfolio
Table 6.12  Circutor: Recent Developments
Table 6.13  Eaton: Company Overview
Table 6.14  Eaton: Product Portfolio
Table 6.15  Eaton: Recent Developments
Table 6.16  Energy Care: Company Overview
Table 6.17  Energy Care: Product Portfolio
Table 6.18  Energy Care: Recent Developments
Table 6.19  General Electric: Company Overview
Table 6.20  General Electric: Product Portfolio
Table 6.21  General Electric: Recent Developments
Table 6.22  Honeywell: Company Overview
Table 6.23  Honeywell: Product Portfolio
Table 6.24  Honeywell: Recent Developments
Table 6.25  Itron: Company Overview
Table 6.26  Itron: Product Portfolio
Table 6.27 Itron: Recent Developments
Table 6.28 Landis+Gyr: Company Overview
Table 6.29  Landis+Gyr: Product Portfolio
Table 6.30  Landis+Gyr: Recent Developments
Table 6.31  L&T Power: Company Overview
Table 6.32  L&T Power: Product Portfolio
Table 6.33  L&T Power: Recent Developments
Table 6.34  PowerCom: Company Overview
Table 6.35  PowerCom: Product Portfolio
Table 6.36  PowerCom: Recent Developments
Table 6.37  S&C Electric Company: Company Overview
Table 6.38  S&C Electric Company: Product Portfolio
Table 6.39  S&C Electric Company: Recent Developments
Table 6.40  Schneider Electric: Company Overview
Table 6.41  Schneider Electric: Product Portfolio
Table 6.42  Schneider Electric: Recent Developments
Table 6.43  Schweitzer Engineering Labs: Company Overview
Table 6.44  Schweitzer Engineering Labs: Product Portfolio
Table 6.45  Schweitzer Engineering Labs: Recent Developments
Table 6.46  Siemens: Company Overview
Table 6.47  Siemens: Product Portfolio
Table 6.48  Siemens: Recent Developments
Table 6.49  Smart Wires: Company Overview
Table 6.50  Smart Wires: Product Portfolio
Table 6.51  Smart Wires: Recent Developments
Table 6.52  Trilliant Networks: Company Overview
Table 6.53  Trilliant Networks: Product Portfolio
Table 6.54  Trilliant Networks: Recent Developments
Table 6.55  Trispectra Innovation: Company Overview
Table 6.56  Trispectra Innovation: Product Portfolio
Table 6.57  Trispectra Innovation: Recent Developments
Table 6.58 Wemworld: Company Overview
Table 6.59 Wemworld: Product Portfolio
Table 6.60 Wemworld: Recent Developments 
Table 7.1  Benchmark Analysis: Peer Groups
Table 8.1  Market Attractiveness Analysis: Summary
Table 8.2  Market Attractiveness Analysis: Detailed Evaluation
Table 10.1  Smart Grid Projects in North America
Table 10.2  Smart Grids in Europe: 10 Key Actions
Table 10.3  Smart Grid Projects in Europe
Table 10.4  Smart Grid Projects in Rest of World
Table 12.1  Smart Grids: Distribution of Companies by Year of Establishment
Table 12.2  Smart Grids: Distribution of Companies by Geographical Location
Table 12.3  Smart Grids: Distribution of Companies by Size (Number of Employees)
Table 12.4  Smart Grids: Distribution of Companies by Type of Offering
Table 12.5  Smart Grids: Distribution of Companies by Type of Transmission and Distribution Equipment Offered
Table 12.6  Smart Grids: Distribution of Companies by Type of Substation Automation Systems Offered
Table 12.7  Benchmark Analysis: Distribution of Companies by Geographical Location
Table 12.8 Global Transmission and Distribution Infrastructure Market, 2018-2030: Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.9 Global Transmission and Distribution Infrastructure Market, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.10 Global Transmission and Distribution Infrastructure Market, 2018-2030: Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.11 Global Substation Automation Infrastructure Market, 2018-2030: Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.12 Global Substation Automation Infrastructure Market, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.13 Global Substation Automation Infrastructure Market, 2018-2030: Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.14 Global Smart Grid Communication Infrastructure Market, 2018-2030: Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.15 Global Smart Grid Communication Infrastructure Market, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.16 Global Smart Grid Communication Infrastructure Market, 2018-2030: Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.17  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market: Distribution by Geographies
Table 12.18  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in the US, 2018-2030: Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.19  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in the US, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.20  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in the US, 2018-2030: Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.21  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Europe, 2018-2030: Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.22  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Europe, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.23  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Europe, 2018-2030: Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.24  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Australia, 2018-2030: Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.25  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Australia, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.26  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Australia, 2018-2030: Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.27 Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Canada, 2018-2030: Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.28  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Canada, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.29  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Canada, 2018-2030: Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.30  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Japan, 2018-2030: Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.31  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Japan, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.32  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Japan, 2018-2030: Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.33  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in South Korea, 2018-2030: Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.34  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in South Korea, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.35  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in South Korea, 2018-2030: Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.36  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Singapore, 2018-2030: Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.37  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Singapore, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.38  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Singapore, 2018-2030: Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.39  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Russia, 2018-2030: Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.40  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Russia, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.41  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in Russia, 2018-2030: Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.42  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in India, 2018-2030: Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.43  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in India, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.44  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in India, 2018-2030: Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.45  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in China, 2018-2030: Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.46  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in China, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.47  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in China, 2018-2030: Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.48  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in UAE, 2018-2030: Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.49  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in UAE, 2018-2030: Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.50  Smart Grid Infrastructure Market in UAE, 2018-2030: Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 12.51  Smart Grid Projects in North America: Distribution by Project Type
Table 12.52  Smart Grid Projects in North America: Distribution of Project Type by Cost of Project (USD Million)
Table 12.53  Smart Grid Projects in Europe: Distribution by Project Type
Table 12.54  Smart Grid Projects in Europe: Distribution by Starting Year
Table 12.55  Smart Grid Projects in Rest of the World: Distribution by Project Type
Table 12.56  Smart Grid Projects in Rest of the World: Distribution of Project Type by Cost of project (USD Million)

Listed Companies

The following companies / institutes / government bodies and organizations have been mentioned in this report.

  1. 50Hertz Transmission
  2. ABB
  3. Aclara Technologies
  4. ADD Grup
  5. Administración Nacional de Electricidad
  6. alfanar
  7. Alfen
  8. Amantys
  9. Amphenol AUXEL
  10. Apex CoVantage
  11. Applied Systems Engineering
  12. Applied Technical Systems Company (ATS)
  13. Aqua Metric
  14. Arcadia Power
  15. ARELIS
  16. Arteche
  17. aSAY Energy
  18. ASCO Power Technologies
  19. Atmel
  20. Ayecka
  21. Azienda Elettrica di Massagno (AEM)
  22. B&R
  23. Belden
  24. Bentley Systems  
  25. Bitlismen
  26. Bivocom
  27. BPL Global
  28. Caruna
  29. Celestica
  30. CenterPoint Energy
  31. Centrais Elétricas de Sergipe (CELSE)
  32. CG Power and Industrial Solutions
  33. China Electric Power Research Institute (CEPRI)
  34. Chroma ATE
  35. Chromalloy Gas Turbine Corporation
  36. CIMCON Lighting
  37. CIRCUTOR
  38. Cisco
  39. Clare Controls
  40. Claroty
  41. Clean Line Energy
  42. Clem
  43. ComSite Construction
  44. Comverge
  45. Con Edison
  46. COPA-DATA
  47. Counties Power
  48. Cyber Sciences
  49. DAIHEN
  50. Data Communications Company (DCC)
  51. Delta Electronics
  52. Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism, Australia
  53. DEPsys
  54. Device Gateway
  55. DG Capitel
  56. Diehl Metering
  57. Dominican Republic Transmission Utility (ETED)
  58. DONG Energy
  59. Dresser-Rand
  60. dVentus Technologies
  61. Dynamic Energy Networks (DEN)
  62. Dynex Semiconductor
  63. EA Technology
  64. Eaton
  65. EC Continuum
  66. ECI
  67. EDF Energy
  68. Edison Power Group
  69. EDMI
  70. EDP 
  71. Efacec Power Solutions
  72. Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC) 
  73. Electrical Training ALLIANCE
  74. Électricité Réseau   Distribution France (ERDF)
  75. Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)
  76. Electropar
  77. Elgama Elektronika
  78. Eltel Networks
  79. EMH Metering
  80. Enbala Power Networks
  81. Encore Networks
  82. Energias de Portugal (EDP) 
  83. Energinet
  84. Energomera
  85. Energy Care
  86. ENGIE Services 
  87. En-Technologies 
  88. Entergy
  89. EQOS Energie Österreich
  90. European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization
  91. European Committee for Standardization
  92. European Southern Observatory (ESO)
  93. European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)
  94. Evolution Energie
  95. Faith Technologies
  96. Firecomms
  97. Fluor
  98. Fuji Electric
  99. Fujitsu
  100. Fundamentals
  101. G&W Electric
  102. GDE Electric
  103. General Electric (GE)
  104. General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL)
  105. Genus Power Infrastructures
  106. GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) 
  107. GLOBAL-365 PLC
  108. Great River Energy
  109. GRID20/20
  110. GridSense
  111. Guam Power Authority
  112. Heartland Solutions
  113. Helberg Electrical Supply
  114. Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  115. Hexing Electrical
  116. HEYI Electrical
  117. Hirose Electric
  118. Hirschmann
  119. Hitachi
  120. Honeywell
  121. HPL Electric and Power
  122. Huawei
  123. Hughes Power System
  124. Iberdrola
  125. iGrid T&D
  126. India Smart Grid Forum
  127. Infrax Systems
  128. Intelligent Power and Energy Research Corporation (IPERC)
  129. IntelliSAW
  130. Iskraemeco
  131. Itron
  132. Janz 
  133. Japan Smart Community Alliance (JSCA)
  134. Japanese Industrial Standards Committee (JISC)
  135. Jiangsu Linyang Energy
  136. Kahramaa
  137. Kalkitech
  138. Kamstrup
  139. KEYMILE
  140. Korea Electric Power Corporation
  141. L&L Holding
  142. L&T Power
  143. Lafarge
  144. Landis+Gyr
  145. lemants
  146. LightRiver Technologies
  147. Lindsey Manufacturing Company
  148. LS Industrial Systems
  149. Lucy Group
  150. MAGUS ENERGO 
  151. Marvell
  152. Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen
  153. Mass Group Holding
  154. MasTec
  155. Matrix AMM - Smart Energy Metering System 
  156. Metrycom
  157. MHPS Boilers
  158. Micatu
  159. Microsoft
  160. Ministry of Electricity, Iraq
  161. MIRAIT   Technologies
  162. Mitsubishi Electric
  163. Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems
  164. MNC Automation
  165. MNPP ANTRAKS
  166. Mobix
  167. Moxa
  168. MTR Wireless Communications
  169. Murata Manufacturing
  170. National Instruments
  171. Netcontrol
  172. Networked   Energy Services
  173. Nexans
  174. Nexgrid
  175. Nighthawk
  176. Nissin Electric
  177. NKT
  178. NOJA Power
  179. Nokia
  180. North Bay Hydro
  181. NR Electric
  182. NuLEDs
  183. NV Energy
  184. NXP Semiconductors
  185. Omniwatt
  186. Open Systems International
  187. Orange and Rockland Utilities
  188. Origin Electric
  189. OSAKI Group
  190. OTN Systems
  191. Pacific Gas and Electric Company
  192. PAS Global
  193. Pearlstone Energy
  194. Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN)
  195. Phoenix Contact
  196. Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne
  197. Power Grid Corporation of India
  198. PowerCom
  199. Powerex
  200. Powerhive
  201. Powerline Technologies
  202. Powin Energy
  203. PRECISE
  204. PRIME Alliance
  205. Prospective Line Technologies
  206. Protrol
  207. Prysmian Group
  208. PTI Holdings
  209. Qatar Rail
  210. Renewable Choice Energy
  211. RF Arrays
  212. S&C Electric
  213. Saudi Electricity Company (SEC)
  214. Schneider Electric
  215. Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
  216. Seattle City Light
  217. SEC Grid Automation Technologies
  218. Secure Meters
  219. Sensus
  220. Sentient Energy
  221. SEWW Energy
  222. Shenzhen ZXTX Technology
  223. Shijiazhuang Kelin Electric
  224. Siemens
  225. Sienco Energy Partners
  226. SIETEC Solutionz
  227. SIG Inside
  228. Silver Spring Networks
  229. Sinewatts
  230. Singapore Power
  231. Smart Energy Instruments
  232. Smart Grid Networks
  233. Smart Wires
  234. SMRTGrid
  235. SNC-Lavalin
  236. Société Dauphinoise de Construction Electro-Mécanique (SDCEM)
  237. SoftWatts
  238. SOGO
  239. SouthernLINC Wireless
  240. SP PowerGrid
  241. Stark
  242. State Grid Corporation of China
  243. Statnett
  244. SUBNET Solutions
  245. Sumeru Verde Technologies
  246. Sumitomo Electric Industries
  247. SystemCORP Embedded Technology
  248. TAKAOKA TOKO
  249. Tantalus Systems
  250. Tenable
  251. Tenaga Nasional Berhad
  252. TenneT
  253. Texas Instruments
  254. The Barbados Light & Power
  255. The Holley Group
  256. Tokyo Electric Power Company
  257. Tollgrade Communications
  258. Torino Power Solutions
  259. Toshiba
  260. Trakya Elektrik Dagıtım
  261. TransnetBW
  262. Trilliant Networks
  263. Trispectra Innovation
  264. Trustpower
  265. UK Power Networks
  266. Unipower
  267. US Department of Energy
  268. Valsena
  269. Vertiv
  270. VitzroSys
  271. Vizimax
  272. Wasion Group
  273. WEL Networks
  274. Wemworld
  275. Xiamen Four-Faith Communication Technology
  276. Yantai Dongfang Wisdom Electric
  277. ZIV
  278. ZTE

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