The global transmission and distribution infrastructure market currently represents $282 billion in annual investment, split between traditional infrastructure (transmission and distribution substations and power lines) and smart infrastructure (distribution automation), as well as new and replacement equipment. Traditional infrastructure currently makes up 92% of total new annual investment, but smart infrastructure investment will rise to over 17% of total new T&D infrastructure investment by 2026 (it will make up a smaller percentage when investment in replacement infrastructure is considered). This dataset of over 80,000 data points covers 125 individual countries that comprise 98% of the global market. It projects the evolution of this market across the globe with concrete quantitative data.
Compiled from Primary Sources :
This dataset was compiled from primary sources. Primary sources were compliled from each of the 125 countries in order to build a bottom-up analysis of the global market. This ensures that the data is not a top-down estimate, compiled on a regional or global basis, but rather a country-by-country and segment-by-segment analysis that provides a detailed and exhaustive picture of the global market.
Data Split by Segment:
The data is broken down into several segments, including 54 total lines of data for each country:
- Transmission and distribution substations;
- Transmission and distribution power lines - split between overhead and underground;
- Distribution automation: substation automation, FDIR, Volt/VAR optimization, and additional grid monitory and control infrastructure;
- Splits by annual and cumulative investment; and
- Splits by new and replacement infrastructure.
Forecasts to 2026:
The research has projected the electricity T&D market out to 2026 for each of the 125 countries and for each segment of the market. These forecasts are compiled from primary source data run through proprietary forecasting models.
Excel Format Allowing for Customization + PowerPoint Summary:
The dataset is compiled in Excel, allowing for easy data manipulation and customization by clients. An executive summary PowerPoint presentation is also included as part of the research package.