Global Electricity Distribution Industry Report 2018-27

  • ID: 4582207
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • Global Transmission
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The Report Contains Four Distinct Sections and is Presented in PowerPoint (in PDF) and Excel Database Formats

The report will have four distinct sections and will be presented in PowerPoint (in PDF) and Excel database formats. The data and analysis are presented through insightful graphs, figures and tables.

Part 1 of the report will provide global industry analysis in terms of sector and network size, operational and financial performance, and capex over the past decade (2008-17). It will also provide projections for the coming decade (2018-27). This part will also cover trends in metering and adoption of smart technologies. In addition, it will examine upcoming opportunities and offer an outlook for the industry.

Part 2 of the report will provide detailed profiles of 75 countries. These countries are organised into six regions: North America, Latin America, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. There will be a regional analysis on the key developments, trends and growth opportunities in that region. The report will cover two countries in North America, 15countries in Latin America, 25 countries in Europe, 16 countries in Asia, 13 countries in Africa and 4 countries in the Middle East.

Each country profile will contain sector overview; institutional and regulatory structure; growth in network and consumers; trends in operational and financial performance; smart grid and metering initiatives; forecasts for network size and investment; opportunities; outlook; and profiles of up to top five DSOs.

Part 3 of the report will be Appendix with a list of abbreviations and a note on sources and methodology.

Part 4 of the report will be an Excel database with:

  • Detailed data and statistics for 2008-17, and projections up to 2027 for each country in a tabular format
  • Profiles of leading DSOs in each country
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1. GLOBAL ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION INDUSTRY

1.1. Introduction

1.2. Executive summary

1.3. Growth in distribution system by region, 2008-17
1.3.1. Consumption/sales mix and growth
1.3.2. Growth in number of customers
1.3.3. Size and growth in distribution network
1.3.3.1. Line length
1.3.3.2. Transformer capacity

1.4. Trends in operational performance by region, 2008-17
1.4.1. Distribution network losses
1.4.2. SAIFI and SAIDI Indices

1.5. Trends in financial performance by region, 2008-17
1.5.1. Trends in revenues from electricity distribution
1.5.2. Trends in capex/investment in distribution network

1.6. Forecast for growth for the distribution industry, 2018-27
1.6.1. Expected growth in consumption/sales
1.6.2. Expected growth in network size
1.6.2.1. Line length
1.6.2.2. Transformer capacity
1.6.3. Expected trends in capex/investment

1.7. Market and regulatory framework by region
1.7.1. Ownership structure
1.7.2. Tariff setting mechanism

1.8. Trends in adoption of smart grid technologies in view of:

  • Renewable energy
  • Distributed energy resources
  • Energy storage
  • Electric vehicles

1.9. Trends in metering
1.9.1. Under-metered and unmetered markets
1.9.2. Smart metering
1.9.3. Prepaid metering

1.10. Leading DSOs

1.11. Outlook and opportunities
1.11.1. Expected opportunities for investors
1.11.2. Opportunities for equipment suppliers

2. REGIONAL AND COUNTRY-LEVEL ANALYSIS

2.1. North America
2.1.1. Regional analysis
2.1.2. Canada
2.1.3. USA

2.2. Latin America
2.2.1. Regional analysis
2.2.2. Argentina
2.2.3. Bolivia
2.2.4. Brazil
2.2.5. Chile
2.2.6. Colombia
2.2.7. Costa Rica
2.2.8. Dominican Republic
2.2.9. Ecuador
2.2.10. Guatemala
2.2.11. Honduras
2.2.12. Mexico
2.2.13. Nicaragua
2.2.14. Panama
2.2.15. Peru
2.2.16. Uruguay

2.3. Asia
2.3.1. Regional analysis
2.3.2. Australia
2.3.3. Bangladesh
2.3.4. Cambodia
2.3.5. China
2.3.6. India
2.3.7. Indonesia
2.3.8. Japan
2.3.9. Kazakhstan
2.3.10. Malaysia
2.3.11. Myanmar
2.3.12. Nepal
2.3.13. Pakistan
2.3.14. Philippines
2.3.15. Sri Lanka
2.3.16. Thailand
2.3.17. Vietnam

2.4. Europe
2.4.1. Regional analysis
2.4.2. Austria
2.4.3. Belgium
2.4.4. Croatia
2.4.5. Czech Republic
2.4.6. Denmark
2.4.7. Estonia
2.4.8. Finland
2.4.9. France
2.4.10. Germany
2.4.11. Greece
2.4.12. Ireland
2.4.13. Italy
2.4.14. Latvia
2.4.15. Lithuania
2.4.16. Netherlands
2.4.17. Norway
2.4.18. Poland
2.4.19. Portugal
2.4.20. Romania
2.4.21. Russia
2.4.22. Spain
2.4.23. Sweden
2.4.24. Turkey
2.4.25. United Kingdom
2.4.26. Ukraine

2.5. Middle East
2.5.1. Regional analysis
2.5.2. Oman
2.5.3. Qatar
2.5.4. Saudi Arabia
2.5.5. United Arab Emirates

2.6. Africa
2.6.1. Regional analysis
2.6.2. Algeria
2.6.3. Cameroon
2.6.4. Egypt
2.6.5. Ethiopia
2.6.6. Ghana
2.6.7. Ivory Coast
2.6.8. Kenya
2.6.9. Morocco
2.6.10. Nigeria
2.6.11. South Africa
2.6.12. Sudan
2.6.13. Tanzania
2.6.14. Uganda

3. APPENDIX

3.1. Sources and methodology
3.2. List of abbreviations

Each regional analysis will have:
1. Regulatory framework and tariff setting mechanism analysis
2. Consumer mix and growth
3. Consumption/sales mix and growth, 2008-17
4. Growth in distribution network, 2008-17
5. Growth in capex/investment, 2008-17
6. Expected growth in consumption/sales, 2018-27
7. Expected growth in network, 2018-27
8. Expected growth in capex/investment, 2018-27
9. Smart grid and metering trends and plans
10. Outlook and opportunities

Each country profile will have information and analysis on:

1. Sector overview

2. Institutional and regulatory structure
2.1. Key institutions and players
2.2. DSO licensing requirements
2.3. Distribution tariff setting mechanism
2.4. Key recent policy and regulatory developments

3. Sector size and past growth (2008-17)
3.1. Installed capacity
3.2. Electricity production
3.3. Number of consumers
3.3.1. Growth in number of consumers
3.3.2. Consumers by category
3.4. Electricity consumption or sales
3.4.1. Growth in total consumption/sales
3.4.2. Consumption/sales mix by consumer category

4. Size and growth in distribution network (2008-17)
4.1. Growth in line length
4.2. Growth in transformer capacity

5. Trends in operational performance (2008-17)
5.1. Distribution losses
5.2. SAIFI/SAIDI Indices

6. Trends in financial performance(2008-17)
6.1. Trends in revenues from electricity distribution
6.2. Trends in capex/investment in distribution network

7. Smart grid and metering efforts, initiatives, roll-out and targets

8. Forecast and projections (2018-27)
8.1. Expected growth in consumption
8.2. Network plans and targets
8.3. Expected growth in network
8.4. Expected capex/investment trends

9. Outlook and opportunities in the sector

10. Inter-DSO comparison (for up to 5 key DSOs)
10.1. Ownership
10.2. Area of operations
10.3. Size and character of operations
10.3.1. Size of distribution network (line length and capacity)
10.3.2. Number of customers
10.3.3. Customer mix
10.3.4. Energy delivered or carried/sold/distributed
10.3.5. Number of meters/smart meters installed
10.4. Operational performance
10.4.1. Network losses
10.4.2. SAIFI
10.4.3. SAIDI
10.5. Financial performance
10.5.1. Revenues
10.5.2. Profit/Loss
10.5.3. EBITDA
10.5.4. Debt-Equity ratio
10.5.5. Return on equity
10.5.6. Capex
10.6. Future plans
10.6.1. Network expansion
10.6.2. Smart grid
10.6.3. Metering

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