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World Market for Smart Electricity Meters Edition 4 2019: From Disco to Grid Edge

  • ID: 4769620
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 469 Pages
  • StatPlan Energy Ltd
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The Smart Grid started as an advancement of electricity network distribution. It has advanced to being an enabler for Grid Edge technologies, as an essential component of the Internet of Things and digital energy. This comprehensive report outlines the development of this market, identifying the new drivers. The Smart Grid market is forging ahead and changing year by year.

The report includes the following information:

  • Smart Grid market profiles for 52 countries in detail.
  • Electricity Smart Meter sales in value and $ value from 2013 to 2023 for 52 countries.
  • The report concentrates on the new Smart Meter market but does not ignore the traditional meters which still account for significant demand.
  • Meter analysis by category for 52 countries - AMI/AMR, Standard Electronic, Electromechanical, Prepayment, C&I, Grid - in Units, $ Value, Average $ Price per Unit from 2018 to 2023.
  • Total electricity market demand for 213 countries in units and $ value from 2013 to 2023.
  • Two drivers for Smart Grid are identified - the traditional ’electrical’ driver of the network which have powered it so far, and the ‘Grid Edge’ driver, the report shows how Smart Grid is an essential component of the Grid Edge, the IoT and related technologies.
  • The report outlines Grid Edge developments which are driving Smart Grid in each market - Distributed Generation, Renewables and DER, Electric Vehicles & V2G, District Heating and Smart City.
  • The Smart Grid markets are rated on a scale for their development in each Grid Edge technology and scores calculated for each country indicating its need for Smart Grid.
  • Profiles of electricity utility meter markets in 57 countries, over 96% of global capacity.
  • Mergers & acquisition activity of top smart meter vendors - Landis+Gyr, Itron, Elster, Sensus, GE Grid Solutions, Aclara, Trilliant.
  • Profiles of top 10 Smart Grid vendors - ABB, Aclara, EMeter, GE Grid Solutions, IBM, Landis+Gyr, Itron, Opower, SEL, Siemens, Silver Spring.
  • Market shares of Top 50 electricity meter vendors, vendors identified in each market.
  • The demand cycle is plotted in three phases - historical, present and future. Before the new technologies well established predictable cycles of demand based on new installations and replacements could be plotted for every market. The large deployments and national rollouts of smart meters with shorter design lives have disrupted these patterns and new trends are already emerging.

The following countries have detailed profiles of the utility and network background, development of Smart Metering, related to the IoT and Grid Edge.    

  • Europe - Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom.
  • CIS - Russia, Ukraine
  • North America - USA, Canada, Mexico
  • South America – Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Columbia
  • Central America
  • Middle East - Iran, Saudi Arabia
  • North Africa - Egypt, North Africa
  • Sub-Saharan Africa - South Africa
  • Asia Pacific - China, India, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Australia, New Zealand

Smart metering technical and non-technical lessons based on experiences of utilities installing Smart Grids, technical and practical advice. 
A review of cybersecurity and the Smart Grid.

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. THE GLOBAL INSTALLED BASE OF ELECTRICITY METERS

2. GLOBAL DEMAND FOR ELECTRICITY METERS

3. GLOBAL DEMAND FOR SMART METERS

  • Regional smart meter demand

4. THE MARKET FOR ELECTRICTY METERS IN EUROPE

  • Consumers and consumption of electricity
  • Smart meters definition
  • EGREG recommendations
  • Data security and integrity
  • Customer Services
  • Costs and benefits
  • Rollout
  • Long term demand trend
  • Manufacturer market shares
  • Meter demand Europe
  • AUSTRIA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meter progress
  • Communications
  • Some important smart meter rollout projects
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Austria
  • BELGIUM
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meter progress
  • Communications
  • Data management - retail data hubs
  • Pilots and some important smart meter rollout projects
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Belgium
  • BULGARIA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meter progress
  • Communications
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand
  • CZECH REPUBLIC
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meter progress
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Czech Republic
  • DENMARK
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Greenland
  • Smart meter progress
  • Communications
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Denmark
  • ESTONIA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meter progress
  • Communications
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Smart meter vendors
  • Meter demand Estonia
  • FINLAND
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meter progress
  • Communications
  • Pilots and some important smart meter rollout projects
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Finland
  • FRANCE
  • Smart meters definition
  • Smart meter progress
  • Linky
  • Communications
  • SOGRID – G3-PLC based communication system of real-time management of electricity distribution grids
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Public awareness
  • Meter demand France
  • GERMANY
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meter progress
  • Reasons for lack of progress in smart metering
  • Pilots and smart meter rollouts
  • Cost benefit analysis
  • Smart meter law
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Germany
  • GREECE
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meter progress
  • Communications
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Greece
  • HUNGARY
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meter progress
  • Communications
  • Pilots and some important smart meter rollout projects
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Hungary
  • IRELAND
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meter progress
  • Communications
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Ireland
  • ITALY
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meters definition
  • Smart meter progress
  • Telegestore 1G
  • Telegestore 2G
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Italy
  • LATVIA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meters progress
  • Communications
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Latvia
  • LITHUANIA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meters progress
  • Pilots and some important smart meter rollout projects
  • Smart meter progress
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Lithuania
  • NETHERLANDS
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meters progress
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Netherlands
  • NORWAY
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meters progress
  • Data management - Retail data Elhub
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Norway
  • POLAND
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meter progress
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Poland
  • PORTUGAL
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meters progress
  • Communications
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Portugal
  • ROMANIA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meters progress
  • Communications
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Romania
  • SLOVAK REPUBLIC
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meters progress
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Slovak Republic
  • SLOVENIA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meters progress
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Slovenia
  • SPAIN
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meters progress
  • Protocols
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Spain
  • SWEDEN
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meters progress – 1st and 2nd Generation
  • Data hub
  • Communications
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Sweden
  • SWITZERLAND
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meters progress
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Switzerland
  • TURKEY
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Prepayment meters
  • Electricity losses
  • Smart meters progress
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Turkey
  • UNITED KINGDOM
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Prepayment meters
  • Smart meters definition
  • Smart grid cost
  • Smart Grid Programme
  • Foundation Stage
  • SMETS
  • DCC - Data and Communications Company
  • CSP Communications Service Providers
  • Energy company initiatives
  • Consumer awareness
  • Rollout
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • ESME = Electricity Smart Metering Equipment
  • GSME = Gas Smart Metering Equipment
  • ALCS = Auxiliary Load Control Switch
  • Meter demand United Kingdom

5. THE MARKET FOR ELECTRICITY METERS IN THE CIS

  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meters progress
  • Communications
  • Meter demand CIS
  • RUSSIA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Energy efficiency
  • Smart meters progress
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Russia
  • UKRAINE
  • Meter owners and operators
  • The first power grid hack
  • Smart meters
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Ukraine

6. THE MARKET FOR ELECTRICTY METERS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA

  • MIDDLE EAST
  • Smart meter progress
  • Meter demand Middle East
  • IRAN
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Energy losses
  • Smart meter progress – The Faham Project
  • The winners
  • Roadmap for Faham
  • Communications
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Iran
  • SAUDI ARABIA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meter progress
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Saudi Arabia
  • NORTH AFRICA
  • Smart meters progress
  • Meter demand North Africa
  • EGYPT
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Prepayment meters
  • Smart meters progress
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Egypt
  • SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
  • Growth in Electricity Access
  • Electricity meters in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Sub-Saharan Africa
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Prepayment meters
  • Smart meters progress
  • Smart pre-payment meters/split prepayment meters
  • Communications
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand South Africa
  • REST OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
  • ETHIOPIA
  • Power sector
  • Prepayment meters
  • Smart meters
  • Meter vendors
  • GHANA
  • Power sector
  • Prepaid meters
  • Smart meters progress
  • Meter vendors
  • KENYA
  • Metering
  • Power sector
  • Meter vendors
  • NIGERIA
  • Power sector
  • Electromechanical meters
  • Prepayment meters
  • Meter companies
  • Meter licences
  • TANZANIA
  • Power sector
  • AMR meters
  • Prepayment meters

7. THE MARKET FOR ELECTRICITY METERS IN ASIA PACIFIC

  • REGIONAL ANALYSIS
  • Smart grid in Asia
  • Meter demand
  • Long term demand trend
  • AUSTRALIA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meters progress
  • Victorian controversy over smart meters
  • Power of Choice Reforms, 2017
  • Other states in Australia
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Australia
  • INDIA
  • Domestic manufacturing base
  • Losses in the ESI
  • Prepayment meters
  • Drivers for the Indian Smart Grid
  • Smart grid Government of India initiatives
  • MoP smart meter rollout target
  • Communications technology
  • Smart Meter National Programme
  • Similarities with Chinese Smart Grid
  • Communications
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter demand
  • INDONESIA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • New generating capacity
  • Electrification
  • Losses and Non-Payment
  • Prepayment meters
  • Smart meters progress
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Indonesia
  • JAPAN
  • Meter owners and operators
  • The existing grids
  • Service life of meters
  • The impact of Fukushima
  • Japanese government and business response
  • Smart grid
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Incentives for EVs
  • Batteries
  • Leading players in the Smart Grid space
  • Smart meters
  • Meter demand Japan
  • SOUTH KOREA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • AMR
  • Smart grid
  • Smart grid investment
  • Smart grid test bed project – Jeju island
  • Smart meters
  • C&I smart metering
  • Household IoT and AMI grid
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Korea
  • MALAYSIA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart Meters
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Malaysia
  • NEW ZEALAND
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meters
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand New Zealand
  • PHILIPPINES
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Prepayment meters
  • Smart meters
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Philippines
  • TAIWAN
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Prepayment meters
  • Smart meters
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Taiwan
  • THAILAND
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Prepayment meters
  • Smart grid
  • Smart Meters
  • Status of PEA AMR/AMI deployment
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Thailand
  • VIETNAM
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Prepayment meters
  • Smart meters
  • Actions to date towards establishing a Smart Grid
  • Solar power net metering
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter demand Vietnam

8. THE ELECTRICITY METER MARKET IN CHINA

  • The utility sector - meter owners and operators
  • Electricity customers in China
  • State Grid Company of China (SGCC)
  • China Southern Grid Company (CSG)
  • Independent distributors
  • Total market
  • Service lifetime
  • Metering coverage
  • Tender evaluation and bidding procedures
  • Smart grid
  • Smart Grid Initiatives and Rollout Targets
  • Targets for Smart Grid Roll-out
  • Chinese Smart Grid meters
  • Smart meters definition
  • Communications
  • Chinese overseas partnerships
  • New installations and replacement of smart meters
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Chinese vendors
  • Foreign vendors
  • Meter demand China

9. THE MARKET FOR ELECTRICITY METERS IN NORTH AMERICA

  • Trade between the US, Canada and Mexico
  • UNITED STATES
  • Electricity Consumers
  • Transition from electromechanical to electronic meters and beyond, to AMR and AMI
  • Smart meters
  • Utility use of AMI functions
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Cost
  • Customer experience
  • Charging Infrastructure
  • Model Availability
  • US initiates first zero emission legislation
  • District Heating
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand United States
  • CANADA
  • Urban agglomeration
  • Weather events
  • Prepayment meters
  • Smart meters
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Canada
  • MEXICO
  • Prepayment meters
  • T&D Losses
  • Smart meters
  • Renewables
  • Energy storage
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Mexico

10. THE MARKET FOR ELECTRICITY METERS IN SOUTH AMERICA

  • Smart meters
  • Meter demand South America
  • ARGENTINA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • T&D losses
  • Prepayment meters
  • Smart meters progress
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Argentina
  • BRAZIL
  • Meter owners and operators
  • T&D losses
  • Smart meters
  • Type A and Type B consumers
  • Pilots
  • Finance for the Smart Grid
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Brazil
  • CHILE
  • Meter owners and operators
  • T&D losses and energy efficiency
  • Smart meters progress
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter vendors
  • Meter demand Chile
  • COLUMBIA
  • Meter owners and operators
  • Smart meter progress
  • Renewables
  • Electric vehicles
  • Meter demand Columbia

11. THE MARKET FOR ELECTRICITY METERS IN CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN (Not inc. Mexico)

  • Smart meters progress
  • Meter demand Central America and Caribbean

12. ELECTRICAL DRIVERS FOR SMART METERING

  • Definition of AMR, AMR and ‘Smart Meters’
  • The ‘Electrical’ drivers of the Smart Grid
  • ‘Grid Edge’ drivers
  • Electrical benefits of the Smart Grid
  • Regulatory mandates
  • EU
  • United States
  • Asia Pacific
  • The reported benefits of the Smart Grid in Europe and the United States

13. GRID EDGE DRIVERS FOR SMART METERING

  • Electrification
  • Decentralisation
  • Electric Vehicles
  • Digitalisation

14. SMART METERING TECHNICAL AND NON-TECHNICAL LESSONS BASED ON EXPERIENCES

  • Time required for implementation
  • Use the right tools
  • Customer courtesy
  • Customer considerations,
  • Meter functionality,
  • Communications networks
  • Firmware and software,
  • Operations,
  • Software integration

15.  DEMAND CYCLE - PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE

  • The installed base of meters
  • The demand cycle
  • Technology development and its impact on metering
  • The evolution of metering technology

16. SECURITY AND THE SMART GRID

  • Meters and cyber security
  • The US Grid
  • The Ukraine Attacks
  • US Grid vulnerabilities
  • Vulnerability of the Smart Grid
  • United States
  • GridEx III
  • Executive Table-top Results of GridEx III
  • Europe
  • SysSec network
  • Business Blackout – Lloyd’s of London

17. METER VENDORS AND MARKET SHARES

  • Top 10 Smart Grid Vendors
  • ABB
  • Aclara
  • EMeter
  • GE Grid Solutions
  • IBM
  • Itron
  • Landis+Gyr
  • Opower
  • SEL
  • Siemens
  • Silver Spring Networks

GLOSSARY
METHODOLOGY

  • Short term demand forecast
  • Long term demand cycle

Figures
Figure 1: The global meter fleet 1990 to 2020 by type - Electromechanical, Standard Electronic, AMI/AMR, units
Figure 2: Global demand for all electricity meters in units, 2013 to 2023
Figure 3: Global demand for AMI/AMR meters in units, 2013 to 2023
Figure 4: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, Europe
Figure 5: Numbers of housing units, all electricity, LV and residential consumers, Europe, 1900-2020
Figure 6: Long term annual demand trend, Europe, 1900 to 2050
Figure 7: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Austria, 1900-2020
Figure 8: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Austria 2000 to 2018.
Figure 9: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and LV consumers, Belgium, 1900-2020
Figure 10: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Belgium 2000 to 2018.
Figure 11: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Bulgaria, 1900-2020
Figure 12: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Bulgaria 2000 to 2018.
Figure 13: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Czech Republic, 1900-2020
Figure 14: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Czech Republic 2000 to 2018.
Figure 15: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Denmark, 1900-2020
Figure 16: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Denmark 2000 to 2018.
Figure 17: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and LV consumers, Estonia, 1900-2020
Figure 18: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Estonia 2000 to 2018.
Figure 19: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Finland, 1900-2020
Figure 20: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Finland 2000 to 2018.
Figure 21: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and LV consumers, France, 1900-2020
Figure 22: The Linky infrastructure
Figure 23: Rollout of Linky, planning versus progress
Figure 24: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, France 2000 to 2018.
Figure 25: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Germany, 1900-2020
Figure 26: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Germany 2000 to 2018.
Figure 27: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Greece, 1900-2020
Figure 28: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Greece 2000 to 2018.
Figure 29: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Hungary, 1900-2020
Figure 30: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Hungary 2000 to 2018.
Figure 31: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Ireland, 1900-2020
Figure 32: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Ireland 2000 to 2018.
Figure 33: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and LV consumers Italy, 1900-2020
Figure 34: Telegestore 1G - Chain 1 system architecture
Figure 35: Electricity value chain for second generation Smart Meters (SM-2G)
Figure 36: Telegestore 2G - Chain 2 system architecture
Figure 37: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Italy 2000 to 2018.
Figure 38: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and LV consumers, Latvia, 1900-2020
Figure 39: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Latvia 2000 to 2018.
Figure 40: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Lithuania, 1900-2020
Figure 41: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Lithuania 2000 to 2018.
Figure 42: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Netherlands, 1900-2020
Figure 43: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Netherlands 2000 to 2018.
Figure 44: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Norway, 1900-2020
Figure 45: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Norway 2000 to 2018.
Figure 46: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Poland, 1900-2020
Figure 47: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Portugal, 1900-2030
Figure 48: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Portugal 2000 to 2018.
Figure 49: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Romania, 1900-2020
Figure 50: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Romania 2000 to 2018.
Figure 51: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Slovak Republic 1900-2020
Figure 52: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Slovakia 2000 to 2018.
Figure 53: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Slovenia, 1900-2020
Figure 54: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Slovenia 2000 to 2018.
Figure 55: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Spain, 1900-2020
Figure 56: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Spain 2000 to 2018.
Figure 57: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Sweden, 1900-2020
Figure 58: Types of smart meter in first Swedish rollout
Figure 59: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Sweden 2000 to 2018.
Figure 60: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Switzerland, 1900-2020
Figure 61: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Switzerland 2000 to 2018.
Figure 62: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and LV consumers, Turkey, 1900-2020
Figure 63: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Turkey 2000 to 2018.
Figure 64: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, United Kingdom, 1900-2020
Figure 65: Installed base of smart meters in the UK by end-2018
Figure 66: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, United Kingdom 2000 to 2018.
Figure 67: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, CIS
Figure 68: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, CIS, 1900-2020
Figure 69: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, Russia
Figure 70: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Russia, 1900-2020
Figure 71: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Ukraine, 1900-2020
Figure 72: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, Middle East
Figure 73: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Middle East, 1900-20
Figure 74: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Iran, 1900-2020
Figure 75: Iran smart Grid Roadmap, 2009 to 2025
Figure 76:The architecture of the FAHAM system
Figure 77: Basic population and electricity statistics, Saudi Arabia, 2018
Figure 78: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Saudi Arabia, 1900-2020
Figure 79: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, North Africa
Figure 80: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, North Africa, 1900-20
Figure 81: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Egypt, 1900-2020
Figure 82: Growth in electricity access, % population, 1990-2016, Regions of the world
Figure 83: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, South Africa, 1900-2020
Figure 84: Numbers of housing units, all EEPCO customers and residential EEPCO consumers, Ethiopia, 1900-2020
Figure 85: Numbers of housing units, ECG and NED customers, Ghana, 1900-2020
Figure 86: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Kenya, 1900-2020
Figure 87: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Nigeria, 1900-2020
Figure 88: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Tanzania, 1900-2020
Figure 89: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, Asia Pacific
Figure 90: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Asia Pacific, 1900-2020
Figure 91: Long term annual demand trend, Asia Pacific excluding China, 1900 to 2050
Figure 92: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Australia, 1900-2020
Figure 93: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Australia 2000 to 2018.
Figure 94: Electricity meter market shares, 2017
Figure 95: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, India
Figure 96: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and grid connected residential consumers, India, 1900-2020
Figure 97: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, India 2000 to 2018.
Figure 98: Electricity market shares, 2017
Figure 99 Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Indonesia, 1900-2020
Figure 100: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Ukraine 2000 to 2018.
Figure 101: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, Japan
Figure 102: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and LV consumers, Japan, 1900-2020
Figure 103: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Japan 2000 to 2018.
Figure 104: Market share Japan, 2018
Figure 105: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and LV consumers, South Korea, 1900-2020
Figure 106: The Smart Grid road map for Korea
Figure 107: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Korea 2000 to 2018.
Figure 108: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Malaysia, 1900-2020
Figure 109: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, New Zealand, 1900-2020
Figure 110: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, New Zealand 2000 to 2018.
Figure 111: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Philippines, 1900-2020
Figure 112: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Philippines 2000 to 2018.
Figure 113: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and LV consumers, Taiwan, 1900-2020
Figure 114: Taipower Smart Grid road map
Figure 115 : Component providers in Taiwan
Figure 116: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Thailand, 1900-2020
Figure 117: PEA Smart Grid roadmap
Figure 118: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Thailand 2000 to 2018.
Figure 119: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and LV consumers, Vietnam, 1900-2020
Figure 120: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, China
Figure 121: Numbers of housing units, all electricity, and grid connected residential consumers and metered consumers, China, 1900-2020
Figure 122: Smart meter demand, new and replacement in China, 2009 to 2020
Figure 123: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, China 2000 to 2018.
Figure 124: Long term annual demand trend, China, 1900 to 2050
Figure 125: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, North America, 1900-20
Figure 126: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, North America
Figure 127: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, United States, 1900-2020
Figure 128: Composition of the of electricity meter fleet in the United States, 20008 to 2018; AMI, AMR, Basic electronic, electromechanical
Figure 129: AMI and AMR meters in the United States
Figure 130: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, United States 2000 to 2018.
Figure 131: Market shares of smart electricity meter vendors in the United States, 2018
Figure 132: Long term annual demand trend, United States, 1900 to 2050
Figure 133: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Canada, 1900-2020
Figure 134: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Mexico, 1990-2020
Figure 135: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Ukraine 2000 to 2018.
Figure 136: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, South America
Figure 137: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, South America, 1900-2020
Figure 138: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Argentina, 1900-2020
Figure 139: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Brazil, 1900-2020
Figure 140: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Brazil 2000 to 2018.
Figure 141: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Chile, 1900-2020
Figure 142: Non-hydro renewables as a % of total generation, Chile 2000 to 2018.
Figure 143: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Columbia 1900-2020
Figure 144: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, Central America
Figure 145: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Central America & Caribbean, 1900-2020
Figure 146: Perceived benefits of the Smart Grid
Figure 147: Three trends of the Grid Edge transformation
Figure 148: Future energy system will provide additional roles for the grid and will incorporate many customer technologies.
Figure 149: The S curve for Grid Edge technologies
Figure 150: Global EV deliveries 2010 to2018
Figure 151: Patterns of replacement driven demand: two contrasting country markets
Figure 152: Long term annual demand trend in units, World excluding China, 1900 to 2050
Figure 153: Long term annual demand trend in units, World including China, 1900 to 2050
Figure 154: Demand cycle in Europe before smart meter rollouts and after
Figure 155: The replacement cycles changing from basic meters to smart meters, Sweden, 1900-2012 and 2013-2050
Figure 156: Telegestore 1 and Telegestore 2 meter installations in meters per year.
Figure 157: Replacement of electromechanical meter production with solid state versions (standard and advanced)
Figure 158: Market shares, global market, 2018, Top 50 companies
Figure 159: The historical trend from steady installations and replacements of meters
Figure 160: The trend of steady installations and replacements of meters in Europe up to a substitution with smart meters with a 20-year life.

Tables
Table 1: Demand for all electricity meters in units by region, 2013 to 2023
Table 2: Demand for all electricity meters in $ million by region, 2013 to 2023
Table 3: Demand trend for electricity meters by type in units and $ sales, World, 2018 to 2023
Table 4: Smart meter demand by region in units, 2013 to 2023
Table 5: Demand for AMI/AMR meters by country in units, 2013 to 2023
Table 6: Demand for AMI/AMR meters by country in $ million, 2013 to 2023
Table 7: Basic population and electricity statistics, Europe, 2016
Table 8: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in selected countries in Europe, 2018 to 2023
Table 9: Basic population and electricity statistics, Austria, 2018
Table 10: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Austria, 2018 to 2023
Table 11: Basic population and electricity statistics, Belgium, 2018
Table 12: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Belgium, 2018 to 2023
Table 13: Basic population and electricity statistics, Bulgaria, 2018
Table 14: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Bulgaria, 2018 to 2023
Table 15: Basic population and electricity statistics, Czech Republic, 2018
Table 16: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in the Czech Republic, 2018 to 2023
Table 17: Basic population and electricity statistics, Denmark, 2018
Table 18: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Denmark, 2018 to 2023
Table 19: Basic population and electricity statistics, Estonia, 2018
Table 20: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Estonia, 2018 to 2023
Table 21: Basic population and electricity statistics, Finland, 2018
Table 22: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Finland, 2018 to 2023
Table 23:Table 36: Basic population and electricity statistics, France, 2018
Table 24: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in France, 2018 to 2023
Table 25: Basic population and electricity statistics, Germany, 2018
Table 26: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Germany, 2018 to 2023
Table 27: Basic population and electricity statistics, Greece, 2018
Table 28: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Greece, 2018 to 2023
Table 29: Basic population and electricity statistics, Hungary, 2018
Table 30: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Hungary, 2018 to 2023
Table 31: Basic population and electricity statistics, Ireland, 2018
Table 32: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Ireland, 2018 to 2023
Table 33: Basic population and electricity statistics, Italy, 2018
Table 34: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Italy in 2018 to 2023
Table 35: Basic population and electricity statistics, Latvia, 2018
Table 36: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Latvia, 2018 to 2023
Table 37: Basic population and electricity statistics, Lithuania, 2018
Table 38: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Lithuania, 2018 to 2023
Table 39: Basic population and electricity statistics, Netherlands, 2018
Table 40: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in the Netherlands, 2018 to 2023
Table 41: Basic population and electricity statistics, Norway, 2018
Table 42: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Norway, 2018 to 2023
Table 43: Basic population and electricity statistics, Poland, 2018
Table 44: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Poland, 2018 to 2023
Table 45: Basic population and electricity statistics, Portugal, 2018
Table 46: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Portugal, 2018 to 2023
Table 47: Basic population and electricity statistics, Romania, 2018
Table 48: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price, Romania in 2018 to 2023
Table 49: Basic population and electricity statistics, Slovak Republic, 2018
Table 50: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price, Slovak Republic, 2018 to 2023
Table 51: Basic population and electricity statistics, Slovenia, 2018
Table 52: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Slovenia, 2018 to 2023
Table 53: Basic population and electricity statistics, Spain, 2018
Table 54: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Spain, 2018 to 2023
Table 55: Basic population and electricity statistics, Sweden, 2018
Table 56: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Sweden, 2018 to 2023
Table 57: Basic population and electricity statistics, Switzerland, 2018
Table 58: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Switzerland, 2018 to 2023
Table 59: Basic population and electricity statistic, Turkey, 2018
Table 60: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Turkey, 2018 to 2023
Table 61: Basic population and electricity statistics, United Kingdom, 2018
Table 62: Cost of UK electricity and gas smart meter rollout
Table 63: Unit cost of key components of UK electricity and gas smart metering system
Table 64: SMETS 1 electricity & gas meters
Table 65: Approved SETS 2 electricity & gas meters
Table 66: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in the United Kingdom, 2018 to 2023
Table 67: Basic population and electricity statistics, CIS, 2016
Table 68: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in CIS, 2018 to 2023
Table 69: Basic population and electricity statistics, Russia, 2018
Table 70: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Russia, 2018 to 2023
Table 71: Basic population and electricity statistics, Ukraine, 2016
Table 72: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Ukraine, 2018 to 2023
Table 73: Basic population and electricity statistics, Middle East, 2018
Table 74: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in selected countries in the Middle East, 2018 to 2023
Table 75: Basic population and electricity statistics, Iran, 2018
Table 76: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Iran, 2018 to 2023
Table 77: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Saudi Arabia, 2018 to 2023
Table 78: Basic population and electricity statistics, North Africa, 2018
Table 79: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in selected countries in North Africa, 2018 to 2023
Table 80: Basic population and electricity statistics, Egypt, 2018
Table 81: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Egypt, 2018 to 2023
Table 82: Basic population and electricity statistics, Sub-Saharan Africa, 2016
Table 83: Sub-Saharan African countries - populations with access to electricity, 1990, 2000, 2016; by numbers and %
Table 84: Exports of Chinese meters to African countries, units, 2017
Table 85: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price, selected countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, 2018 to 2023
Table 86: Basic population and electricity statistics, South Africa, 2018
Table 87: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price, South Africa, 2018 to 2023
Table 88: Basic population and electricity statistics, Ethiopia, 2018
Table 89: Basic population and electricity statistics, Ghana, 2018
Table 90: Basic population and electricity statistics, Kenya, 2018
Table 91: Basic population and electricity statistics, Nigeria, 2018
Table 92: Basic population and electricity statistics, Tanzania, 2018
Table 93: Basic population and electricity statistics, Asia Pacific, 2016
Table 94: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price, Asia Pacific excluding China, 2018 to 2023
Table 95: Basic population and electricity statistics, Australia, 2018
Table 96: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Australia, 2018 to 2023
Table 97: Basic population and electricity statistics, India, 2018
Table 98: Technologies used in smart meter schemes
Table 99: Imports and exports of electricity meters, India, 2017
Table 100: Players in the Indian Smart Grid Market by Layer
Table 101: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in India, 2018 to 2023
Table 102: Basic population and electricity statistics, Indonesia, 2018
Table 103: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Indonesia, 2018 to 2023
Table 104: Basic population and electricity statistics, Japan, 2018
Table 105: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Japan, 2018 to 2023
Table 106: Basic population and electricity statistics, South Korea , 2018
Table 107: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Korea, 2018 to 2023
Table 108: Basic population and electricity statistics, Malaysia, 2018
Table 109: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Malaysia, 2018 to 2023
Table 110: Basic population and electricity statistics, New Zealand, 2018
Table 111: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in New Zealand, 2018 to 2023
Table 112: Basic population and electricity statistics, Philippines, 2018
Table 113: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Philippines, 2018 to 2023
Table 114: Basic population and electricity statistics, Taiwan, 2018
Table 115: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Taiwan, 2018 to 2023
Table 116: Component providers in Taiwan
Table 117: Basic population and electricity statistics, Thailand, 2018
Table 118: PEA investment plan for the PEA Smart Grid
Table 119: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Thailand, 2018 to 2023
Table 120: Basic population and electricity statistics, Vietnam, 2018
Table 121: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price, Vietnam, 2018 to 2023
Table 122: Basic population and electricity statistics, China, 2018
Table 123: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in China, 2018 to 2023
Table 124: Basic population and electricity statistics, North America, 2018, US, Canada, Mexico
Table 125: Net imports between NAFTA countries, 2014 to 2017
Table 126: Imports and exports between NAFTA countries; USA, Canada, Mexico, 2014 to 2018
Table 127: Basic population and electricity statistics, United States, 2018
Table 128: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in the United States, 2018 to 2023
Table 129: Basic population and electricity statistics, Canada, 2016
Table 130: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Canada, 2018 to 2023
Table 131: Basic population and electricity statistics, Mexico, 2018
Table 132: Smart meter programme for Mexico, 2015 to 2921
Table 133: Residential meter purchases by CFE 2018
Table 134: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price ni Mexico, 2018 to 2023
Table 135: Basic population and electricity statistics, South America, 2016
Table 136: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in South America, 2018 to 2023
Table 137: Basic population and electricity statistics, Argentina, 2018
Table 138: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in  Argentina, 2018 to 2023
Table 139: Basic population and electricity statistics, Brazil, 2018
Table 140: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Brazil, 2018 to 2023
Table 141: Basic population and electricity statistics, Chile, 2018
Table 142: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Chile 2018 to 2023
Table 143: Basic population and electricity statistics, Columbia, 2018
Table 144: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Chile 2018 to 2023
Table 145: Basic population and electricity statistics, Central America & Caribbean, 2016
Table 146: Demand trend for electricity meters in units by meter type, $ sales and average selling price in Central America and Caribbean, 2018 to 2023
Table 147: Grid Edge requirement for a Smart Grid.
Table 148: The start of electrification by region
Table 149: Recent history of leading meter companies

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Chapter 1 - THE GLOBAL INSTALLED BASE OF ELECTRICITY METERS

The global installed base of meters by category plotted from 1990 to 2020; AMI/AMR, Basic Electronic, Electromechanical. 

Chapter 2 - GLOBAL DEMAND FOR ELECTRICITY METERS

Demand for all electricity meters in units and $ values, from 2013 to 2023, by country.

Chapter 3 - GLOBAL DEMAND FOR SMART METERS

Demand for electricity smart meters in units and $ values, from 2013 to 2023, by country.

Chapter 4 - THE MARKET FOR ELECTRICTY METERS IN EUROPE

Demand for meters in each country in units and $ value from 2018 to 2023 by meter type – AMI/AMR, Electromechanical single phase, Electromechanical 3 phase, Standard Electronic single phase, Standard Electronic 3 phase, Prepayment, C&I, Grid.   

Outline of meter owners and utility operators, Smart Meter progress and communications, IoT and Grid Edge issues and factors affecting Smart meters - Renewables, Electric Vehicles, District Heating - meter vendors.   

Country market profiles of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom.

Chapter 5 - THE MARKET FOR ELECTRICITY METERS IN THE CIS

Demand for meters in each country in units and $ value from 2018 to 2023 by meter type – AMI/AMR, Electromechanical single phase, Electromechanical 3 phase, Standard Electronic single phase, Standard Electronic 3 phase, Prepayment, C&I, Grid.   

Outline of meter owners and utility operators, Smart Meter progress and communications, IoT and Grid Edge issues and factors affecting Smart meters - Renewables, Electric Vehicles - meter vendors. Country market profiles of Russia and Ukraine.

Chapter 6 - THE MARKET FOR ELECTRICTY METERS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA

Demand for meters in each country in units and $ value from 2018 to 2023 by meter type – AMI/AMR, Electromechanical single phase, Electromechanical 3 phase, Standard Electronic single phase, Standard Electronic 3 phase, Prepayment, C&I, Grid.

Outline of meter owners and utility operators, Smart Meter progress and communications, IoT and Grid Edge issues and factors affecting Smart meters - Renewables, Electric Vehicles - meter vendors. Country market profiles of Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania. 

Chapter 7 - THE MARKET FOR ELECTRICITY METERS IN ASIA PACIFIC

Demand for meters in each country in units and $ value from 2018 to 2023 by meter type – AMI/AMR, Electromechanical single phase, Electromechanical 3 phase, Standard Electronic single phase, Standard Electronic 3 phase, Prepayment, C&I, Grid.   

Outline of meter owners and utility operators, Smart Meter progress and communications, IoT and Grid Edge issues and factors affecting Smart meters - Renewables, Electric Vehicles - meter vendors. Country market profiles in Asia of India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam; in the Pacific of Australia and New Zealand,

Chapter 8 - THE ELECTRICITY METER MARKET IN CHINA

Demand for meters in each country in units and $ value from 2018 to 2023 by meter type – AMI/AMR, Electromechanical single phase, Electromechanical 3 phase, Standard Electronic single phase, Standard Electronic 3 phase, Prepayment, C&I, Grid.   

Outline of meter owners and utility operators, Smart Meter progress and communications, IoT and Grid Edge issues and factors affecting Smart meters - Renewables, Electric Vehicles - meter vendors.   

Chapter 9 - THE MARKET FOR ELECTRICITY METERS IN NORTH AMERICA

Demand for meters in each country in units and $ value from 2018 to 2023 by meter type – AMI/AMR, Electromechanical single phase, Electromechanical 3 phase, Standard Electronic single phase, Standard Electronic 3 phase, Prepayment, C&I, Grid.   

Outline of meter owners and utility operators, Smart Meter progress and communications, IoT and Grid Edge issues and factors affecting Smart meters - Renewables, Electric Vehicles - meter vendors. Country market profiles of the United States Canada and Mexico.

Chapter 10 - THE MARKET FOR ELECTRICITY METERS IN SOUTH AMERICA

Demand for meters in each country in units and $ value from 2018 to 2023 by meter type – AMI/AMR, Electromechanical single phase, Electromechanical 3 phase, Standard Electronic single phase, Standard Electronic 3 phase, Prepayment, C&I, Grid.   

Outline of meter owners and utility operators, Smart Meter progress and communications, IoT and Grid Edge issues and factors affecting Smart meters - Renewables, Electric Vehicles - meter vendors. Country market profiles of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Colombia

Chapter 11 - THE MARKET FOR ELECTRICITY METERS IN CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN (Not inc. Mexico)

Demand for meters in units and $ value from 2018 to 2023 by meter type – AMI/AMR, Electromechanical single phase, Electromechanical 3 phase, Standard Electronic single phase, Standard Electronic 3 phase, Prepayment, C&I, Grid.   

Outline of meter owners and utility operators, Smart Meter progress and communications, IoT and Grid Edge issues and factors affecting Smart meters - Renewables, Electric Vehicles - meter vendors.   

Chapter 12 - ELECTRICAL DRIVERS FOR SMART METERING

The drivers of the Smart Grid can be split into two categories. The first, the original one, is purely ‘electrical’. The original reason for AMR was purely concerned with the electrical grid, to read meters more efficiently. These functions of AMI are purely electrical, in that they are embellishments of the grid to make it more efficient or more useful. These drive Smart Metering from a purely electrical aspect. 

Chapter 13 - GRID EDGE DRIVERS FOR SMART METERING

The ‘Grid Edge’ drivers are technologies enabling the Internet of Things, digitalisation and other related services which cannot operate without a Smart Grid. Global energy is in the midst of a transformation, as technology and innovation disrupt traditional models from generation to beyond the meter. 

Chapter 14 - SMART METERING TECHNICAL AND NON-TECHNICAL LESSONS BASED ON EXPERIENCES

Many numbers of utilities around the world have started implementations of Advanced Metering Infrastructure. Some of those utilities have completed their implementation and many of the others are well down the road to completion. The extensive range of deployment experience around the world provides a tremendous learning opportunity for utilities. Thee are distilled into a set of useful indicators and lessons for Smart Grid deployments.

Chapter 15 - DEMAND CYCLE - PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE

The cycles of annual demand for products in the electricity sector are very different from country to country and in the future this will continue to be the case. Demand is not linear but cyclical and depends on past development, which can be charted with the historical data.

Chapter 16 - SECURITY AND THE SMART GRID

Cyber security has become a significant issue for metering with the advent of smart meters and a growing number of attacks on grids. For some time, cyber security has been an increasing concern for the IT and

Telecoms industries, and for distributed control systems throughout all industry. On December 23, 2015 a cyberattack penetrated electricity distribution control centres in Ukraine using software vulnerabilities, stolen credentials and sophisticated malware. The chapter examines vulnerabilities and current counter measures.

Chapter 17 - METER VENDORS AND MARKET SHARES

The five major international meter manufacturers – Landis+Gyr, Itron, Elster, Sensus and GE have a  combined market share of………….

Profiles of the 10 top Smart Grid vendors; ABB, Aclara, EMeter, GE Grid Solutions, IBM, Itron, Landis+Gyr, Opower, Siemens, Silver Spring.

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