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Global Smart Energy - Smart Grids and Smart Meter Market

  • ID: 2225883
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 27 Pages
  • Paul Budde Communication Pty Ltd
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There is no doubt that we are in the midst of an energy revolution. Not only is the nature of energy changing from fossil-generated energy to renewable there is a total change in the distribution structure occurring with less focus on centralisation and more on distributed energy.

Concerns about issues such as energy security, environmental sustainability, and economic competitiveness are triggering a shift in energy policy, technology and consumer focus. This, in turn, is making it necessary to move on from the traditional energy business models.

This report is designed to provide a current smart grid market overview as well as insightful observations and analysis supported by statistics and examples.

Latest developments:
With energy consumption expected to grow worldwide by more than 40% over the next 25 years, demand in some parts of the world could exceed 100% in that time. This will produce an increase in competition for resources, resulting in higher costs. In an environment such as this; energy efficiency will become even more important.
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1. Synopsis

2. Introduction
2.1 Historical overview
2.2 The current market

3. Radical changes for electricity utilities

4. The future of the electricity industry

5. Market analysis 2017
5.1 The grid itself is slowly becoming smarter
5.2 Electricity utilities and IoT
5.3 Progress hampered by lack of smart energy policies
5.4 Consequences for the electricity industry
5.5 A perfect storm

6. The second phase: Smart Grid 2.0
6.1 Escalating costs beyond the meter

7. Key trends and Developments
7.1 The effect of storage technologies on smart grids
7.2 Resource and energy management are hot issues all around the world
7.3 Energy Internet of Things
7.4 Transactive Energy
7.5 Smart grids and blockchains

8. Strategic mistakes from governments and the energy industry
8.1 This is resulting in a rethink and a regrouping

9. Where are the government leaders?
9.1 No smart grids without government leadership
9.2 Confusion regarding regulations
9.3 Muni Smart Grids

10. Smart energy for the future

11. Smart grid vision
11.1 Smart grids in need of strategic plans
11.2 Trans-sector policies and an holistic approach required

12. Smart grid benefits and challenges
12.1 Smart grid cyber security

13. Global smart meter market
13.1 Remember the consumer

14. A concept, not a single technology

15. M2M is a key component
15.1 From SCaDa to IoT
15.2 Low power wide area (LPWA) networks

16. Related reports

List of Tables
Table 1 - International electricity price table comparison 2015
Table 2 Global smart meter shipments 2013 - 2016

List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1 - International Smart Grid Action Network
Exhibit 2 - ITU approves smart grid standards
Exhibit 3 Smart grid applications
Exhibit 4 Global Smart Grid Federation (GSGF)
Exhibit 5 Challenges smart grids can address
Exhibit 6 Examples of leading smart meter players
Exhibit 7 Replacing old electricity meters
Exhibit 8 - Smart grid as a cloud service
Exhibit 9 - Weightless SIG
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