Towers and Poles Report Ed 7 2019

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  • Region: Global
  • 253 Pages
  • StatPlan Energy Ltd
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Over 450,000 HV Lattice Towers & Monopoles and 63 Million Utility Poles were Sold in 2018

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Over 450,000 HV lattice towers & monopoles and 63 million utility poles were sold in 2018 for electricity transmission and distribution, telephone lines and street lighting. This report analyses the geographical distribution of the tower and pole fleet, utility services carried, materials - wood/steel/concrete/composite, the principal vendors, with coverage of many other industry and market issues.

The installed base of towers and poles in the base year 2018 is analysed by:

  • Towers & Monopoles - by country
  • Utility poles - by country and utility (electricity distribution, telephone, street lighting)
  • Utility poles - by country and material (wood, concrete, steel/aluminium, composite)

Sales of Towers and Poles from 2018 forecast to 2025, in units and $ value by country.

National market commentary for Utility Poles- Market commentary on installed bases and demand for utility poles in selected countries, with information on numbers and type of pole.

The March of the Monopoles - a growing trend from lattice transmission towers to monopoles is analysed with country reviews.

1.35 million Utility Poles analysed by country, material and ownership.

Street Lighting - 348,000 street and parking lights in a vigorous market driven by the conversion to high-efficiency LEDs, urbanisation and passive safety.

Materials are changing - wood remains popular, but a growing market for steel, concrete and composite poles is analysed.

Passive safety regulation is having a significant impact on some markets - analysis of countries, legislation, the technologies and types of passive safety pole, road segments affected.

Composite Poles industry, market development and production technology, with profiles of the main producers.

The smart city and Street Lighting - efficiency, LEDs and the pole market.

Parking is an urban priority and escalating population density puts pressure on demand for space. A small market for lighting poles to date but growing.

Competitive Landscape - 102 companies listed

Tower and Monopole vendors, production capacity and market shares. The top 34 manufacturers are listed with shares of production profiled:

  • FWT
  • Falcon
  • Jyoti Americas
  • Sabre Industries
  • Valmont
  • Locweld
  • Fabrimet
  • Comemsa
  • Formet
  • Sistemex
  • SAE Towers (KEC)
  • Brametal
  • Icomemsa
  • KEC
  • Jyoti
  • Kalpeteru
  • Bajaj Electrical Ltd
  • Transrail Lighting Limited
  • Skipper Ltd
  • Europoles
  • Mitas
  • Al-Babtain
  • Zamil
  • Al-Yamamah Steel Industry
  • Metro Smart International
  • Daji
  • Qingdao Wuxiao
  • Guangdong Disheng
  • Shandong Huan
  • Jiangsu Gushua
  • Shandong Qixing Iron Tower
  • Jiangsu Xiadu
  • Qingdao Megatro
  • Qingdao Baode
  • Qingdao Sinostra
  • Jelian
  • Qingdao Lutai
  • Jiangsu Rosheng
  • HEBAI Tang Yang
  • Jiangsu Hongguang

Utility Pole vendors - 36 wood/steel/concrete poles - 32 composite poles

  • Valmont
  • Falcon
  • Europole
  • Mercur Induo Systemholztechnik GmbH
  • Brametal
  • Nanjing Daji Steel Tower
  • Qingdao Wuxiao
  • Guangdong Disheng
  • Shandong Huan
  • Jiangsu Gushua
  • Shandong Qixing Iron Tower
  • Jiangsu Xiadu
  • KEC
  • Bajaj Electrical
  • Kalpetaru Power Transmission Ltd
  • Al-Babtain
  • Al-Yamamah
  • Metro Smart International
  • SA
  • Shakespeare Composite Structures
  • Strongwell
  • RS Technologies
  • Powertru- sion
  • Duratel

Long term demand cycle for Towers - The long term demand cycle is charted for new additions and replacements since 1900 and forecast to 2050.

Types of Lattice Tower - Lattice towers are designed for different functions and stresses and there is wide variation in cost - suspension towers, tension towers, angle suspension towers, dead end towers.

Pole materials and service life - Real versus perceived service lie and utility practices.

The Margin Stack - The value chain is a continuous process of adding value, cost and margin to a product. Each part which is outsourced to an external supplier means less profit for the principal manufacturer - the missed profits stack up.

Joint use of Utility Poles - Joint use by different utilities is a significant factor in the pole market. The protocols for space allocation and standards are outlined.

ROW - Rights of Way - A significant cost which can be a serious obstacle in designing networks and specifying equipment. With increasing pressure on space and environmental constraints, ROWs are becoming more scarce and expensive. ROW is a significant driver in the trend to Monopoles.

Dangers & mitigation of damage to Towers and Poles by birds - this is not only an issue of animal welfare but also of protecting the security of supply.

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Executive Summary

PART 1 - ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION TOWERS AND MONOPOLES

1. Installed Base Of Electricity Transmission Towers & Monopoles

  • Global installed base of towers and monopoles
  • North America
  • Europe
  • CIS
  • Middle East
  • North Africa
  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Asia
  • Pacific
  • LAC
  • South America
  • Central America and the Caribbean

2. Electricity Transmission Towers Market

  • Global demand for towers
  • North America
  • Europe
  • CIS
  • Middle East
  • Africa
  • Asia Pacific
  • LAC

3. Long-Term Demand Cycles For Electricity Towers And Monopoles

  • The growth of transmission line networks

4. Monopoles VS. Lattice Towers

  • United States
  • Europe
  • Netherlands
  • Scandinavia
  • Denmark
  • Iceland
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Switzerland
  • United Kingdom
  • Italy
  • France
  • Asia Pacific
  • China
  • Japan and Korea
  • India
  • ASEAN
  • Mongolia
  • Pacific
  • Australia and New Zealand
  • Latin America
  • South Africa
  • Middle East
  • Cost
  • Space requirements
  • Reduction of the electromagnetic field
  • Foundations

5. Types Of Tower Or Pylons

  • Suspension tower
  • Tension towers
  • Angle suspension tower
  • Termination or dead end towers, also called tension towers
  • Transposition towers
  • Tower Installation
    • Build-up or piecemeal method.
    • Section method
    • Ground assembly method
    • Helicopter method

6. Elements Of Lattice Tower Design

7. Service Life And Maintenance Of Steel Lattice Towers And Monopoles

  • Service Life
  • Maintenance
  • Phase 1 - Coffee Stain Rust
  • Phase 2 - Abrasive Rust
  • Phase 3 - Extensive Abrasive Rust
  • Phase 4 - Crash

8. Competitions For Tower Design

9. Manufacturers Of Lattice Towers And Monopoles

  • Chinese manufacturers
  • Indian manufacturers
  • Other Asian manufacturers
  • Middle East
  • North and South American manufacturers
  • Other regions

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10. Utility Poles Installed Base By Country And Utility

  • Voltage levels of electricity sub-transmission and distribution poles

11. Installed Base Of Poles By Country And Material

12. Growth Of The Pole Population

13. Demand For Poles In Units

  • Demand in numbers of poles
  • Demand for poles 2017 to 2025

14. Demand For Poles By Value

15. The Value Chain - The Margin Stack

  • The value chain at 6 levels

16. National Markets For Electricity And Telephone Distribution Poles

  • United States
  • The history of utility poles
  • Other materials for utility poles
  • Europe
  • Austria
  • Cyprus
  • Czech Republic
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Ireland
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • United Kingdom:
  • Russia
  • Asia Pacific
  • Japan
  • China
  • India
  • Korea
  • Singapore and Macau
  • Australia
  • Middle East
  • Saudi Arabia
  • UAE
  • Oman
  • Africa

17. Street Lighting

  • The world stock of street lights

18. Parking

  • United States
  • Europe
  • China
  • Japan
  • Global parking revenues
  • Lighting poles in the parking sector

19. Passive Safety

  • Passive safety pole types
  • Safe materials
  • Frangible pole types
  • Breakaway and slip-base poles
  • Impact-absorbing poles
  • High energy absorbing (HE):
  • Low Energy absorbing (LE)
  • Non Energy absorbing (NE)
  • The origins of the passive safety concept
  • Passive Safety in the EU
  • EU National regulations
  • Norway
  • Finland
  • Sweden
  • Belgium
  • Netherlands
  • United Kingdom
  • Slovenia
  • United States

20. The Smart City And Smart Utility & Street Lighting

  • The smart city concept
  • Smart street lighting
  • Light Emitting Diodes - LEDs
  • Central management system (CMS)
  • The street lighting market
  • Regional development of smart cities and public lighting
  • Smart street lighting manufacturers

21. Pole Materials And Service Life

  • Materials
  • Use
  • Description
  • Size classification
  • H5 - H1
  • 1-5
  • 6-10
  • Materials
  • Wood
  • Wood preservatives
  • Pollution from wood preservatives - Leaching
  • Steel
  • Concrete
  • Spun and cast concrete poles
  • Composites- fibreglass
  • Disposal
  • Wood poles service life
  • Maintenance
  • Ground line Treatment
  • Internal Treatment
  • Concrete poles service life
  • Steel poles service life
  • Composite poles service life

22. Composite Poles

  • Introduction
  • Development of composite technology and poles in the US
  • Price/cost
  • Safety factor
  • Materials for composites and the manufacturing processes
  • Filament winding
  • Pultrusion
  • Testing composites
  • Scandinavian trials of composites
  • Advantages of composite poles
  • Composite and fibreglass maintenance
  • Service life of composites and other materials
  • Hardware modifications
  • Modular Poles

23. Manufacturers Of Composite Poles And Hardware

  • United States
  • Cross arms
  • Europe
  • Middle East
  • India
  • China

24. Types Of Poles

  • Other equipment
  • Grounding rod
  • Dead-end (anchor or termination) poles
  • Physical access
  • Construction Classifications

25. Pole Span

26. Space Allocation On Joint Use Utility Poles

  • Supply Space
  • Safety Zone Space
  • Communications Space

27. Manufacturers Of Wood, Steel, Aluminium And Concrete Poles

  • North American manufacturers
  • European manufacturers
  • Netherlands
  • Sweden
  • Italy
  • United Kingdom
  • Middle East
  • South America
  • Brazil
  • African manufacturers
  • Kenya
  • Asia Pacific
  • China
  • India
  • Indian manufacturers
  • Malaysia
  • Australia

28. Circuit Phases And Conductors

  • Single circuit
  • Double circuit
  • Multiple conductors
  • Restrictions on multiple use of corridors

29. Rights Of Way

  • Multiple use of ROWs

30. Danger To And From Birds

  • Extent of the problem
  • The mechanics of an electrocution
  • Mitigation and prevention of collisions
  • Mitigation and prevention of electrocution

31. Methodology

  • The installed base and demand
  • The model of the demand cycle
  • Creation of the databases of towers and poles
  • Short term demand forecast
  • Street lights
  • Data collection
  • Validation

List of Figures
Figure 1: Global installed electricity transmission towers, 2017-2025
Figure 2: Global installed electricity transmission towers by regions, 2018
Figure 3: Regional growth in electricity transmission towers, 2017-2025
Figure 4: Installed electricity transmission towers, North America, 2017-2025
Figure 5: Installed electricity transmission towers, Europe, 2017-25
Figure 6: Installed electricity transmission towers, CIS, 2017-25
Figure 7: Installed electricity transmission towers, Middle East, 2017-25
Figure 8: Installed electricity transmission towers, North Africa, 2017-25
Figure 9: Installed electricity transmission towers, Sub-Saharan Africa, 2017-25
Figure 10: Installed electricity transmission towers, China and India, 2017-25
Figure 11: Installed electricity transmission towers, Rest of Asia, 2017-25
Figure 12: Installed electricity transmission towers, Pacific, 2017-25
Figure 13: Installed electricity transmission towers, South America, 2017-25
Figure 14: Installed electricity transmission towers, Central America, 2017-25
Figure 15 : World sales of electricity transmission towers, nominal, 2018-2025
Figure 16: Sales of electricity transmission towers by regions, nominal, 2018
Figure 17 : The global networks of transmission lines, length in route km 1900 to 2050
Figure 18: The evolution of transmission line voltage, the first introductions
Figure 19: The long-term demand cycles for towers, 1900 to 2050
Figure 20: Annual new and replacement installations of towers, 1900 to 2050
Figure 21: The market for lattice towers and poles in the USA,, 2017
Figure 22: European countries installing new EHV monopoles
Figure 23: Some new designs being installed in Europe
Figure 24: New 400 kV monopole designs in the Netherlands
Figure 25: New EHV poles in Scandinavia
Figure 26: New 400 kV transmission monopoles in Denmark.
Figure 27: Mobile lift maintenance
Figure 28: Iceland new 220 kV transmission towers
Figure 29: New 400 kV and 275 kV transmission monopoles in the United Kingdom.
Figure 30: A camouflaged 400 kV transmission monopole in the United Kingdom
Figure 31: Terna and 380 kV monopoles
Figure 32: New 380 kV monopole in Dubai
Figure 33: Comparison of the footprint of a monopole versus a lattice tower.
Figure 34: Reduction of electromagnetic fields and space requirements
Figure 35: Economy of foundations
Figure 36: Suspension tower, single steel pole
Figure 37: Lattice steel suspension tower (L6 used in the United Kingdom)
Figure 38: Installation of transmission tower by helicopter
Figure 39: Peak and Cage of a Transmission Tower
Figure 40: Cross Arm and Body of a Transmission Tower
Figure 41: 220-kV single-circuit LST
Figure 42: 500-kV single-circuit LST
Figure 43: 220-kV double-circuit LST
Figure 44: 500-kV double-circuit LST
Figure 45: The principle of exponential corrosion
Figure 46: Phase 1 - Coffee Stain Rust
Figure 47: Phase 2 - Abrasive Rust
Figure 48: Phase 3 - Abrasive Rust
Figure 49: Phase 3 - The tower falls
Figure 50: Dietmar Koering of Arphenotype, competition for Icelandic Electrical Transco/1
Figure 51: Dietmar Koering of Arphenotype, competition for Icelandic Electrical Transco/2
Figure 52: Dietmar Koering of Arphenotype, competition for Icelandic Electrical Transco/3
Figure 53: Y Pylon by Knight Architects competition for National Grid 2012
Figure 54: Plexus by Arup for National Grid 2012
Figure 55: The Land of Giants, Iceland, Choi & Shine
Figure 56: Major countries stock of electricity poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights, 2018
Figure 58: Demand for poles; electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights, 1900 to 2015, forecast to 2050
Figure 59: Additions and replacements for poles; electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights, 1900 to 2017, forecast to 2050
Figure 60: New additions and replacements of poles with a 35 year service life, 1900 to 2040
Figure 61: Early poles in the United States
Figure 62: The Detroit railroad concrete catenary structure
Figure 63: Early use of granite telephone poles in Switzerland
Figure 64: Utility pole in Japan
Figure 65: A Stobie pole in Australia
Figure 66: Road length and street lights
Figure 67: Stock of street lights in the world 2018 to 2025
Figure 68: Comparison of the numbers of motor vehicles and available parking spaces in three of China's largest cities
Figure 69: Classification of parking as aces in Japan
Figure 70: A mechanical parking structure
Figure 71: 60 mph crash test with 114 mm post
Figure 72: Slip-base poles
Figure 73:Impact absorbing pole
Figure 74: HE, LE and NE passive safety poles performance in a collision
Figure 75: Percentage share of road deaths per road type (2007-2009 average) ranked by the percentage share of road deaths on a rural roads and motorways taken together
Figure 76: Examples of LED street lighting adoption
Figure 77: The top 20 smart cities in performance ranking in 2017
Figure 78: The top 20 smart cities in consolidated performance ranking in 2017
Figure 79: Smart streel lighting manufacturers
Figure 80: Wood joint use pole in the USA
Figure 81: Decorative Wood light pole in the USA
Figure 82: Decorative Wood light pole by Tehomet in Europe, a Valmont subsidiary
Figure 83: Union Metal steel pole installation, 1927 and 2018
Figure 84: A Stobie pole in Australia, electricity and street light
Figure 85: Outline of potential decay patterns
Figure 86 : Decay in a wood utility pole
Figure 87: A nest of poles for shipment
Figure 88: Double-circuit, 138-kV line on wood structures
Figure 89: Double-circuit, 138-kV line on galvanized steel poles
Figure 90: Single-circuit 138-kV line on weathering steel
Figure 91: H-frame wood structure
Figure 92: Lines in Bolivia (left) have considerably longer span than lines in Laos (right)
Figure 93: Space allocations on a joint utility pole
Figure 94: Supply space on a utility pole
Figure 95: Safety Zone Space on a utility pole
Figure 96: The Communications Space in a utility pole
Figure 97: Tower for single circuit, three phase system (three conductors)
Figure 98: Tower for double circuit, three phase system (six conductors)
Figure 99: Tower for multiple circuits, three phase system (twelve conductors)
Figure 100: Multiple lines, lattice towers and monopoles in same corridor
Figure 101: A distribution line right of way
Figure 102: A wetland-scrub/shrub-dominated community the first year after a mow.
Figure 103: A grass-dominated community in an agricultural matrix the first year after a mow.
Figure 104: An example of a single ROW corridor.
Figure 105: An example of parallel transmission ROW corridor
Figure 106 : Typical European right of way cross section, self-supporting tower
Figure 107: Typical European right of way cross section, guyed tower
Figure 108: Right-of-way comparison for equivalent capacity of 765-kV and 345-kV lines
Figure 109: Blue crane electrocuted in South Africa
Figure 110: White storks in their nest on a utility pole in Vladeni in Romania
Figure 111: An example of a pole-mounted transformer
Figure 112: Distribution pole with symmetric chevron (arrow) on top as bird exclusion device
Figure 113 : Dedicated nesting pole next to distribution pole with bird exclusion device
Figure 114: Additions and replacements from 1945 to 1950
Figure 115: Additions and replacements from 1900 to 1950
Figure 116: Comparison of the installed base and annual demand for towers, 1900 to 2050

List of Tables
Table 1: Global installed electricity transmission towers, by region, 2017-2025
Table 2: Installed electricity transmission towers, North America, 2017-25
Table 3: Installed electricity transmission towers, Europe, 2017-2025
Table 4: Installed electricity transmission towers, CIS, 2017-25
Table 5: Installed electricity transmission towers, Middle East, 2017-25
Table 6: Installed electricity transmission towers, North Africa, 2017-25
Table 7: Installed electricity transmission towers, Sub-Saharan Africa, 2017-22
Table 8: Installed electricity transmission towers, Asia, 2017-22
Table 9: Installed electricity transmission towers, Pacific, 2017-25
Table 10: Installed electricity transmission towers, South America, 2017-25
Table 11: Installed electricity transmission towers, Central America, 2017-25
Table 12: Sales of electricity transmission towers by regions, nominal, 2018
Table 13: Sales of electricity transmission towers, North America, nominal, 2018-2025
Table 14: Sales of electricity transmission towers, Europe, nominal, 2018-2025
Table 15: Sales of electricity transmission towers, CIS, nominal, 2018-2025
Table 16: Sales of electricity transmission towers, Middle East, nominal, 2018-2025
Table 17: Sales of electricity transmission towers, North Africa, nominal, 2018-2025
Table 18: Sales of electricity transmission towers, Sub-Saharan Africa, nominal, 2018-2025
Table 19: Sales of electricity transmission towers, Asia, nominal, 2018-2025
Table 20: Sales of electricity transmission towers, Pacific, nominal, 2018-2025
Table 21: Sales of electricity transmission towers, South America, nominal, 2018-2025
Table 22: Sales of electricity transmission towers, Central America, nominal, 2018-2025
Table 23: Description and cost of repairs
Table 24: Manufacturers of steel towers and poles, by share of production capacity
Table 25: Numbers of electricity poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights, 2018
Table 26: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in North America, 2018
Table 27: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in Europe, 2018
Table 28: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in CIS, 2018
Table 29: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in the Middle East, 2018
Table 30: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in North Africa, 2018
Table 31: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in Sub-Saharan Africa, 2018
Table 32: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in Asia, 2018
Table 33: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in Pacific, 2018
Table 34: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in South America, 2018
Table 35: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in Central America, 2018
Table 36: Numbers of electricity poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by material, 2018
Table 37: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in North America by material, 2018
Table 38: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in Europe by material, 2018
Table 39: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in CIS by material, 2018
Table 40: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in the Middle East by material, 2018
Table 41: Electricity, telephone poles and street lights in North Africa by material, 2018
Table 42: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights S-Saharan Africa by material, 2018
Table 43: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in Asia by material, 2018
Table 44: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in the Pacific by material, 2018
Table 45: Electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in South America by material, 2018
Table 46: Electricity, telephone poles, street & parking lights in Central America by material, 2018
Table 47: Installed base of electricity poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights, 2017 - 2025
Table 48: Installed base of electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in North America, 2017 - 2025
Table 49: Installed base of electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in Europe, 2017 - 2025
Table 50: Installed base of electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in CIS, 2017 - 2025
Table 51: Installed base of electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in the Middle East, 2017 - 2025
Table 52: Installed base of electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in North Africa, 2017 - 2025
Table 53: Installed base of electricity, telephone poles, street & parking lights, S-S Africa, 2017 - 25
Table 54: Installed base of electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in Asia, 2017 - 2025
Table 55: Installed base of electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights in Pacific, 2017 - 2025
Table 56: Installed base of electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights, South America, 2017 - 2025
Table 57: Installed base of electricity, telephone poles, street and parking lights, Central America, 2017 - 2025
Table 58: New additions and replacements of poles with a 35 year service life, 1900 to 2040
Table 59: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by region, 2017-2025
Table 60: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country, North America, 2017-2022
Table 61: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country, Europe, 2017-2025
Table 62: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country, CIS, 2017-2025
Table 63: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country, Middle East, 2017-2025
Table 64: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country, North Africa, 2017-2025
Table 65: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country, Sub-Saharan Africa, 2017-2025
Table 66: Demand for poles electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country, Asia, 2017-2025
Table 67: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country, Pacific, 2017-2025
Table 68: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country, South America, 2017-2025
Table 69: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country, Central America, 2017-2025
Table 70: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by region in nominal value, 2018-2025
Table 71: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country nominal value, North America, 2018-2025
Table 72: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country nominal value, Europe, 2018-2025
Table 73: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country in nominal value, CIS, 2018-2025
Table 74: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country in nominal value, Middle East, 2018-2025
Table 75: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country in nominal value, North Africa, 2018-2025
Table 76: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country in nominal value, Sub-Saharan Africa, 2017-2022
Table 77: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country in nominal value, Asia, 2018-2025
Table 78: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country in nominal value, Pacific, 2018-2025
Table 79: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country in nominal value, South America, 2018-2025
Table 80: Demand for electricity MV/LV poles, telephone poles, street and parking lights by country in nominal value, Central America, 2018-2025
Table 81: Costs and mark-up from Bill of Materials to Capex
Table 82: Road length and street lights
Table 83: Installed stock of street lights in the world 2018 to 2025
Table 84: Installed base of lighting poles in parking lots by major countries, 2017
Table 85: Installed base of lighting poles in parking lots in Europe, 2017
Table 86: Annual new and replacement sales of poles for parking lots
Table 87: Estimates of the annual number of collision victims with above ground transmission lines (excluding distribution lines) for three different countries.
Table 88: The size of large raptors

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Al-Babtain
  • Europole
  • Icomemsa
  • Jyoti Americas
  • Qingdao Baode
  • Sabre Industries
  • MORE

PART 1 ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION TOWERS AND MONOPOLES

Chapter 1 - INSTALLED BASE OF ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION TOWERS & MONOPOLES

The global installed base of transmission towers and monopoles is analysed in numbers of towers by region and country and forecast from 2016 to 2020.

Chapter 2 - ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION TOWERS MARKET

The global demand in $ value for towers and monopoles is analysed by region and country and forecast from 2016 to 2020.

Chapter 3 - LONG TERM DEMAND CYCLES FOR ELECTRICITY TOWERS AND MONOPOLES

The growth of transmission line networks is a fundamental driver of the markets for towers and poles, both in line length and voltage. Long-term demand is a function of the age of the towers and the expansion of the networks.

Chapter 4 - MONOPOLES vs. LATTICE TOWERS

The March of the Monopoles - long established in the US, EHV monopoles are breaking into new markets with innovative new designs, replacing lattice towers, especially in Europe. This trend is driven by pressure on rights-of-way, visual criticism of lattice towers and public fears of EMF dangers to children.

Chapter 5 - TYPES OF TOWER OR PYLONS

Lattice towers are designed for different functions and stresses and there is wide variation in cost; suspension towers, tension towers, angle suspension towers, dead-end towers, transposition towers. Tower installation is a dangerous and complex procedure and has an impact on costs.

Chapter 6 - ELEMENTS OF LATTICE TOWER DESIGN

Many designs of transmission tower exist and are used in different situations. Some of the basics are discussed here with diagrams of designs and the different elements of a tower.

Chapter 7 - SERVICE LIFE AND MAINTENANCE OF STEEL LATTICE TOWERS AND MONOPOLES

The service life of steel monopoles and lattice towers can be severely curtailed after a period of time without preventive treatment. Deterioration goes through three identifiable stages before the structure collapses, each with cost implications.

Chapter 8 - COMPETITIONS FOR TOWER DESIGN

Increasing public awareness of and resistance to lattice towers is leading to imaginative designs for new poles and towers.

Chapter 9 - MANUFACTURERS OF LATTICE TOWERS AND MONOPOLES

The production capacity of the 34 major producers of lattice towers and monopoles is tabulated with mark shares. The leading companies are profiled.

PART 2 ELECTRICITY, TELEPHONE & STREET LIGHTING POLES

Chapter 10 - UTILITY POLES INSTALLED BASE BY COUNTRY AND UTILITY

The installed base of poles - electricity, telegraph and street lights - is analysed by country for 2016, with a split by voltage levels; MV sub-transmission, primary distribution and LV secondary distributionand reticulation. Street lights have been included for the first time.

Chapter 11 - INSTALLED BASE OF POLES BY COUNTRY AND MATERIAL

The installed base of utility poles is analysed by material - wood, steel, concrete, composite - and analysed by country.

Chapter 12 - GROWTH OF THE POLE POPULATION

The total installed base of poles is forecast from 2016 to 2020 by country.

Chapter 13 - DEMAND FOR POLES IN UNITS

Demand for utility poles in units is tabulated by region and country and forecast from 2016 to 2020.

Chapter 14 - DEMAND FOR POLES BY VALUE

Demand for utility poles in $ value is tabulated by region and country and forecast from 2016 to 2020

Chapter 15 - THE VALUE CHAIN - THE MARGIN STACK

The value chain is a continuous process of adding cost to a product. Depending on where you position it value changes, the end user’s capex being some five times the cost of original materials. The value chain analysed with different mark-ups for each of the six stages.

Chapter 16 - NATIONAL MARKETS FOR ELECTRICITY AND TELEPHONE DISTRIBUTION POLES

The statistics for utility poles are not very systematic and are variable in extent from country to country With wide searching a large amount of data has been accumulated and the publisher has assembled and maintains an ever-increasing databank for this topic.

Chapter 17 - STREET LIGHTING

Street lighting is a hot topic, because of the developments of the smart city and the advent of energy-saving LEDs. With urban and transport development, street lighting is a growth sector. This has implications for the pole markets in the renewal of old poles and substitution with new materials such as composites.

Chapter 18 - PARKING

Parking light poles are a small segment of the street lighting stock. Parking is receiving attention from planners as cities expand and urban space becomes more crowded.

Chapter 19 - PASSIVE SAFETY

Passive safety has made strides in the last ten years and is now the subject of regulation in many advanced countries and attracting attention in some developing countries. It is an important driver for street lighting and for electricity and telephone poles built along roads.

Chapter 20 - THE SMART CITY AND SMART UTILITY AND STREET LIGHTING

The smart city concept is fast becoming a reality, with many now functioning around the world. City authorities are tapping into the opportunities created by better technology to make municipal services and operations faster, simpler, and more cost-efficient. The creation of a smart city involves the integration of many services, among them energy delivery including electricity and gas, water supply and lighting.

Chapter 21 - POLE MATERIALS AND SERVICE LIFE

The various materials used for poles - wood, steel, concrete and composite are discussed.

Chapter 22 - COMPOSITE POLES

Composites are analysed in a detailed section discussing this technology, applications, advantages and disadvantages, market status and manufacturers. Factors such as safety, pricing, the production processes of filament winding and pultrusion are outlined. The launch market in the United States is reviewed, with the increasing use of composite cross arms on wooden or concrete poles, and the beginning of a move from niche market status to wider take-up. Composites are gaining acceptance in the desert climates of the Middle East. After being spearheaded in Scandinavia, composites are being trialled in other European countries.

Chapter 23 - MANUFACTURERS OF COMPOSITE POLES AND HARDWARE

32 companies listed, with profiles of the majors.

Chapter 24 - TYPES OF POLES

The different types of pole are described, with their functions, characteristics and service lives.

Chapter 25 - POLE SPAN

The span between poles is a function of the weight of lines they bear and the density of population beneath them. The design of a network involves a trade-off between longer poles which are more expensive but need fewer accessories, or shorter poles which are cheaper but need more cross-arms and other equipment.

Chapter 26 - SPACE ALLOCATION ON JOINT USE UTILITY POLES

Utility poles are used by more than one line or service in many cases. Conventions exist for the allocation of space on the pole; for transmisson lines, sub-transmission lines, distribution lines and telephone lines

Chapter 27 - MANUFACTURERS OF WOOD, STEEL, ALUMINIUM AND CONCRETE POLES

39 companies listed, with profiles of the majors.

Chapter 28 - CIRCUITS, PHASES AND CONDUCTORS

The basics of circuits and phases are outlined. These have a vital effect on the design and mechanics for towers and poles as well as overhead lines.

Chapter 29 - RIGHTS OF WAY

ROW - Rights of Way are increasingly scarce and expensive. They are discussed with various alternative schemes outlined.

Chapter 30 - DANGER to AND FROM BIRDS

The danger from birds nesting on or colliding with lines and towers can cause not only harm to the birds but outages to the network. The extent of the problem is analysed, with mitigation and prevention methods outlined.

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  • Bajaj Electrical Ltd
  • Brametal
  • Comemsa
  • Daji
  • Duratel
  • Europole
  • Fabrimet
  • Falcon
  • Formet
  • FWT
  • Guangdong Disheng
  • HEBAI Tang Yang
  • Icomemsa
  • Jelian
  • Jiangsu Gushua
  • Jiangsu Hongguang
  • Jiangsu Rosheng
  • Jiangsu Xiadu
  • Jyoti
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  • Kalpetaru Power Transmission Ltd
  • KEC
  • Locweld
  • Mercur Induo Systemholztechnik GmbH
  • Metro Smart International
  • Mitas
  • Nanjing Daji Steel Tower
  • Powertru- sion
  • Qingdao Baode
  • Qingdao Lutai
  • Qingdao Megatro
  • Qingdao Sinostra
  • Qingdao Wuxiao
  • RS Technologies
  • SA
  • Sabre Industries
  • SAE Towers (KEC)
  • Shakespeare Composite Structures
  • Shandong Huan
  • Shandong Qixing Iron Tower
  • Sistemex
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