North American Distribution Automation Market Reports Bundle

  • ID: 4746643
  • Report
  • Region: North America, United States
  • Newton Evans
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This Bundle Includes three Reports

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • A.D.D.
  • City of Medicine Hat
  • EMA Inc.
  • Mars-Energo, Ltd.
  • ReLab Software, LLC
  • SISCO, Sixnet, LLC
  • MORE

This report bundle includes three items:

1) North American Distribution Automation Market Assessment & Outlook 2018-2020

Published: June 2018

The findings presented in this 74-page report are based on the completion of surveys received from 12 investor-owned utilities, 17 public power utilities, 21 electric cooperatives, and 3 electric utilities in Canada. This utility sample represents electric power service to more than 16 million customers in the US and Canada, amounting to about a 10% sample based on North American customer totals.

2) Overview of the 2017-2020 U.S. Transmission and Distribution Equipment Market: Distribution Automation Series

Published: April 2018

The Market Summary Series of more than 80 T&D and related automation report topics provides an effective, low-cost approach for management to quickly obtain an assessment and overview of key attributes of each industry segment, including 2017 estimates of U.S. market size for utilities (by type) and for industrials; key players, and the near-term outlook for the segment.

3) The Role of Advanced DMS/SCADA Software and Systems in Building a Resilient and Reliable Power Distribution Grid (2018-2021)

A PowerPoint Slide Presentation describing the role of Advanced DMS and Distribution SCADA in today’s grid systems.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • A.D.D.
  • City of Medicine Hat
  • EMA Inc.
  • Mars-Energo, Ltd.
  • ReLab Software, LLC
  • SISCO, Sixnet, LLC
  • MORE

North American Distribution Automation Market Assessment & Outlook 2018-2020:

  1. Introduction
  2. Outlook Section for North American Distribution Automation: Trends in DA Investment for 2018-2024
  3. Survey Findings
  4. Please indicate the approximate number of distribution feeders (4kv-38kv) on your system.
  5. Approximately what percentage of all your feeders have SCADA controlled sectionalizing switches installed with an operation that is A) manual B) semi-automatic or C) fully automatic?
  6. Approximately what percentage of all your feeders have or will have Fault Detection Isolation Restoration (FDIR) or Fault Location Isolation Service Restoration (FLISR)?
  7. Approximately what percentage of all your feeders have or will have Volt Var control (VVC), Volt-Var Optimization (VVO), or Conservation Voltage Reduction (CVR)?
  8. What is driving your decision for VVO? Check all that apply.
  9. Where is the logic located for FDIR/FLISR on your distribution system?
  10. In the future, where do you anticipate the logic to be located for FDIR/FLISR?
  11. Where is the logic located for Volt/Var control on your distribution system?
  12. In the future, where do you anticipate the logic to be located for Volt/Var control?
  13. Does your utility use automatic fault sensing (AFS) devices (hotline status, fault indicators) in your feeder design?
  14. If you do use automatic fault sensing, do you utilize the status of the communicating automatic fault sensing devices in your distribution automation applications?
  15. Have you integrated any communication/controls for distributed generation (DG) into your DA system architecture?
  16. Are you considering a trial deployment to manage distributed energy resources - DER - (e.g. inverters, energy storage, EV chargers, etc.) within the DA system?
  17. Does your utility integrate sensing and/or Volt/Var control at the LV side of the distribution transformer within the DA system?
  18. Does your utility plan to use sensing and/or Volt/Var control at the LV side of the distribution transformer to support any of the following applications?
  19. What other DA do applications use the same telecommunications infrastructure being used by feeder automation?
  20. How are you notified of a feeder main fault event? (Check all that apply)
  21. Does your utility run distributed software applications (like S&C Intelliteam II, L+G Grid Stream; SCADA center product suite, Cooper/Yukon Feeder Automation, G&W/Survalent Lazer Automation)
  22. Do you use a centralized (control center based) tool for communication network management and security management?
  23. Please check any of the following functions you would like to have integrated into a communications/security management tool for MV Feeder Device management (like recloser controller, capacitor bank controllers, remote controlled switch).
  24. Do you currently use (or plan to use) encryption on your communications network for distribution automation?
  25. Do you plan to upgrade the existing Feeder Automation network to a newer, wireless technology that allows for features like higher bandwidth, IP enabled radios (i.e. 4G, LTE or WIMAX) by the end of 2020?
  26. If you do plan on upgrading your Feeder Automaton network, which wireless technology do you plan to use?
  27. In your best estimate, what is your total budget for DA projects for the years 2018-2020?
  28. If possible, please approximate the percentage (%) of that DA budget that applies to FDIR, Integrated VVC, and MV/LV Sensors
  29. For 2018-2020, please estimate what percentages of your total DA expenditures will be allocated among the three categories listed below
  30. Do you currently use/plan to use bi-directional regulators on your system?
  31. Do you currently use/plan to use bi-directional reclosers on your system?
  32. Do you currently use/plan to use dynamic protection (real-time modification of protection settings) on your system?
  33. Utilities Participating in the Study

Overview of the 2017-2020 U.S. Transmission and Distribution Equipment Market: Distribution Automation Series

Each topic in this series is presented as a 4-5 page "top-line" market report brief listing:

  • Major U.S. market participants
  • Their 2017 estimated revenue by product
  • Estimated market share
  • Average unit price by product
  • The estimated U.S. market outlook from 2018-2020

 

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  • A.D.D.
  • ABB
  • ADI Engineering, Inc.
  • Advanced Control Systems, Inc. (“ ACSPower”)
  • Advantech
  • AMETEK Power Instruments
  • ATEMEX
  • Austin Energy
  • Avista Utilities
  • Basler Electric Company
  • Beckwith Electric Co., Inc.
  • BGE
  • Bharat Heavy Electrical Ltd (“BHEL Hyderabad”)
  • Black & Veatch, Boon Hong Engineering Pte Ltd
  • Bosung Power Technology Co. Ltd
  • BPL Global/Serveron
  • C3-ilex
  • Carroll EMC
  • Cass County Electric Coop
  • CG Global / ZIV /QEI
  • Cisco
  • City of Ames - Electric Services
  • City of Medicine Hat
  • City of Riverside
  • Clark Public Utilities
  • Cleveland Utilities
  • Clinton Utilities Board
  • Cobb EMC
  • Commonwealth Edison Company
  • Consumers Energy
  • Cowlitz PUD
  • Dakota Electric Association
  • DC Systems
  • Dewar Electronics
  • DNV GL Labs
  • Dongfang Electronics
  • Dranetz
  • Duke Energy Progress
  • Eaton Corporation
  • Eaton-Cooper Power Systems
  • Electro Industries/Gaugetech
  • Electroswitch Switches & Relays
  • Elster Electricity LLC
  • EMA Inc.
  • Encore Networks, Inc.
  • End Run Technologies
  • Energy United
  • ERLPhase Power TechnologiesInc.
  • ETA-PCS Switchgear Manufacturing L.L.C
  • Evolute
  • Fort Collins utilities
  • G&W Electric Company
  • GarrettCom
  • GE Grid Solutions
  • Greystone Power Corp
  • Group of Companies
  • Group/Specialized Energy Systems (“SES”)
  • Hagerstown Light Department
  • Hirschmann Automation & Controls
  • Honeywell Automation India Ltd.
  • Huntsville Utilities
  • Hydro-Sherbrooke
  • ICX DAQ Electronics
  • Indianapolis Power and Light
  • Ingelec, Inc.
  • Kyland Technology Co., Ltd.
  • Lafayette Utilities System
  • Liberty Utilities Central
  • Mars-Energo, Ltd.
  • Maschinenfabrik Reinhausen GmbH
  • Mehta Tech
  • Meinberg Global
  • Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division
  • Mid-Carolina Electric Cooperative, Inc
  • Middle Tennessee EMC
  • Midwest Energy Inc
  • Morgan Schaffer Inc.
  • Motorola Solutions
  • Moxa Inc.
  • Nashville Electric Service
  • NovaTech, LLC
  • NOVEC
  • NR Electric Co., Ltd.
  • Omaha Public Power District
  • Operation Technology Inc. (ETAP Automation - USA)
  • Orange and Rockland Utilities
  • OSII Incorporated
  • Ozarks Electric Cooperative
  • Pickwick Electric Cooperative
  • Portland General Electric
  • Power Automation Pte Ltd
  • Power Engineers, Inc. (POWER)
  • Power Monitors Inc. (“PMI”)
  • Prasiddham Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.
  • Promavtomatika
  • Qualitrol Company LLC
  • Rappahannock Electric Cooperative
  • ReLab Software, LLC
  • RFL Electronics, Inc.
  • Rockwell Automation
  • Roseville Electric
  • Rutherford EMC
  • S&C Electric Company
  • Saint John Energy
  • Salem Electric Dept.
  • SATEC, Inc.
  • Satmatic Oy
  • Schneider Electric
  • Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc.
  • Sepac Corp
  • Siemens AG
  • SIFANG Electric Group
  • Silicon Valley Power
  • Sioux Valley Energy
  • SISCO, Sixnet, LLC
  • SMECO
  • Snohomish County PUD
  • South Ky RECC
  • Special Design Center
  • SUBNET Solutions Inc.
  • Sunrise-Power Tech Group
  • Survalent Technology
  • Tamco Corporate Holdings Bhd
  • TechnoServ A/S
  • Telesoft, Inc.
  • Toshiba Power Systems Company
  • TransData Inc., Turner Electric Company
  • United Power, Inc.
  • Unitil
  • Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corp
  • Utility Systems, Inc.
  • Verendrye Electric Cooperative
  • Weschler Instruments
  • Willowglen Systems, Inc.
  • Withlacoochee River Electric Cooperative, Inc.
  • Xcel Energy
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