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Global Smart Infrastructure - Gravitating Towards Smart Grids and M2M

  • ID: 3451359
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 89 Pages
  • Paul Budde Communication Pty Ltd
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There are now several countries around the world which are putting smart infrastructure central to their energy policies as they see this as a link to various innovation developments. Telecoms companies are demonstrating particular interest in Smart Energy developments due to the heavy reliance on M2M and sensor technology. This report provides a comprehensive overview of trends and developments for the Global Smart Grid and M2M movements. The report analyses the key issues, challenges and opportunities, supported by examples where available. It includes a valuable case study on Australia, which is often internationally used as an example of industry reform. It also includes brief insights into smart grid developments from selected countries around the world.

Subjects include:

- Global smart grid trends and statistics
- Global smart meter trends and statistics
- Analysis of telcos and new opportunities
- The role of M2M and in terms of telcos
- Case study on smart energy in Australia;Brief insights into smart energy developments in selected countries

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1. Smart grid and smart meter trends, statistics, analysis
1.1 The future of the electricity industry
1.1.1 Consequences for the electricity industry
1.2 The energy revolution
1.3 Smart grids analysis
1.3.1 Smart Grid 2.0
1.4 Smart energy for the future
1.4.1 Why solar may not be the biggest threat to energy utilities
1.5 Smart grid vision
1.5.1 Smart grids in need of strategic plans
1.5.2 Trans-sector policies and an holistic approach required
1.6 Global smart grid market
1.6.1 Overview
1.6.2 Smart grid equipment statistics
1.6.3 Smart grid benefits and challenges
1.6.4 Smart grid market value and investment
1.6.5 Smart grid cyber security
1.6.6 Examples of smart grid projects and deployments
1.6.7 Partnerships and consolidation
1.6.8 Smart grids and mobile technology
1.7 Disruptive developments in smart grids
1.8 Global smart meter market
1.8.1 Smart meter shipments and installed base
1.8.2 Smart meter revenues
1.8.3 Smart meter deployment
1.9 Where are the government leaders?
1.9.1 No smart grids without government leadership
1.9.2 Confusion regarding regulations
1.9.3 Muni Smart Grids
1.10 Remember the consumer
1.10.1 Delighting and exciting electricity customers
1.10.2 What’s in it for the customer?
1.11 A concept, not a single technology
1.12 M2M a key component
1.12.1 From SCaDa to IoT

2. M2M is a key opportunity for the Telcos
2.1 Telcos Look for new opportunities
2.1.1 Transforming the telecoms industry
2.1.2 Telcos have already lost the current OTT battle
2.1.3 The demand and supply imbalance in telecoms
2.1.4 Vested interests
2.1.5 The digital business buzzword is also ‘transformation’
2.1.6 What will be driving these new investments?
2.1.7 Hot sectors for OTT services
2.1.8 How to move forward?
2.1.9 Conclusion: Telecoms – where will the money come from?
2.2 Smart grids and M2M play a key role
2.2.1 Analysis of the M2M and IoT market in 2015
2.2.2 Key issues that will make or break the M2M market

3. Smart energy the next frontier – case study Australia
3.1 Insights into smart energy from Australia
3.1.1 Australia industry analysis mid 2015
3.1.2 SGA industry analysis
3.1.3 Disruptive retail plan for renewable energy
3.1.4 Australian smart grids from a global perspective
3.1.5 Key analyses: Australia
3.1.6 Smart technologies challenging traditional energy scenarios
3.1.7 The business case for solar energy is getting closer
3.1.8 Key developments Australia
3.1.9 Surveys and statistics
3.1.10 Industry reform

4. Brief insights into smart grid developments from around the world
4.1 South korea
4.1.1 smart grids
4.1.2 Smart grid: new laws
4.1.3 Smart grid stages: 2010 - 2030
4.1.4 Five smart grid implementation areas
4.1.5 Jeju Island
4.1.6 Smart cities
4.2 Hong Kong
4.2.1 Smart Grids
4.2.2 Smart Cities
4.3 China
4.3.1 Smart grids
4.3.2 Electricity growth projections for China
4.3.3 Smart grids – China investments
4.3.4 State Grid Corporation
4.4 Mexico
4.4.1 Smart grids
4.4.2 Smart grid technology
4.5 New Zealand
4.6 Norway
4.7 Qatar
4.8 Canada
4.8.1 Ontario
4.8.2 Alberta
4.8.3 Québec
4.8.4 British Columbia
4.8.5 New Brunswick
4.8.6 Saskatchewan
4.9 Netherlands

Table 1 - International electricity price table comparison – 2013 - 2014
Table 2 – Value of the global smart grid market – 2012 - 2020
Table 3 – Investment in the global smart grid market – 2012 - 2014
Table 4 – Smart meter installed base – leading countries - 2020
Table 5 – Global M2M module market– 2011; 2012; 2015; 2018
Table 6 – Global M2M connections – 2010 - 2015
Table 7 – Smart grid investment to 2015
Table 8 – Smart grid technology market revenue – 2012- 2020
Chart 1 – Global smart grid market at a glance – 2012 - 2020

Exhibit 1 - ITU approves smart grid standards
Exhibit 2 – UN Climate Change Summit – Report from New York City 2014
Exhibit 3 – The G20 Summit and Energy Efficiency – Brisbane 2014
Exhibit 4 – Smart grid applications
Exhibit 5 – Global Smart Grid Federation (GSGF)
Exhibit 6 - International Smart Grid Action Network
Exhibit 7 – Challenges smart grids can address
Exhibit 8 – Field trials led by FINESCE
Exhibit 9 – Smart grid implementation areas
Exhibit 10 – Phased implementation plan of Jeju Smart Grid: 2010 - 2013
Exhibit 11 – Examples of leading smart meter manufacturers
Exhibit 12 – Replacing old electricity meters
Exhibit 13 - Smart grid as a cloud service
Exhibit 14 – Telstra leading the global telco move towards the OTT model
Exhibit 15 – WCIT-12 disappoints, more work to be done
Exhibit 16 – The first major M2M alliances
Exhibit 17 – The OneM2M initiative
Exhibit 18 - Key developments in the industry moving forward
Exhibit 19 - How to move forward
Exhibit 20 - Example - Solar PV
Exhibit 21 – Smart grid implementation areas
Exhibit 22 – Phased implementation plan of Jeju Smart Grid: 2010 - 2013
Exhibit 23 – Toronto Hydro, Google and smart metering
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