A growing need for power from infrastructure and offshore oil and gas end-user segments is driving the demand for e-houses. Fall in oil price and reluctance by end users to invest in such modular solutions is challenging the growth of the market during the forecast period. Major participants such as Eaton, ABB, and Schneider control the global e-house market.
- Power infrastructure needs to be modified to accommodate changing business trends. To address this, end users are recommissioning their facilities to ensure that their power needs are met efficiently.
- End users, including oil and gas and mining are facing a number of challenges such as size and location of their assets, long operational hours, and the environmental conditions in which they operate.
- Executive Summary-Key Findings
- Introduction to E-house
- Components of E-house
- Importance of E-house for a Customer
- Challenge-Typical Concerns With Regard to E-house
- Driver-Modular Design and Self Contained Solution
- Driver-Growing Investments in Infrastructure Projects
- Driver-End User’s Remote Locations
- Driver-Increasing Renewables in the Energy Mix
- Driver-Greenfield and Brownfield T&D Investments
- The Era of E-house (2015–2030)
- Regional Outlook
- Current vs Expected Costs
- Building Blocks of an E-house
- Oil and Gas
- Top Three Findings
- Legal Disclaimer
- Additional Sources of Information on Smart Plant
- Partial List of Companies Interviewed