Smart Grid Market Report : Manufacturers, Countries, Type and Application, Global Forecast To 2024
Category: #Technology  By Rahul Varpe  Date: 2021-03-30
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Smart Grid Market Report : Manufacturers, Countries, Type and Application, Global Forecast To 2024

Smart grid market growth to be fueled by grid renovation activities, double-digit CAGR anticipated over 2018-2024

With the rising demand for energy and the subsequent need for efficient power supply, the smart grid market has established itself as a prime focal point for energy companies and government agencies. Along with comprehending the long-term cost benefits of smart grids, global awareness pertaining to their value in environmental protection is being created, mostly from initiatives and the legislative support extended by countries. A worldwide trend of adopting artificial intelligence (AI) and the influx of internet of things (IoT) in overall operations has carved a way into the electricity grid landscape, instigating the development of grid infrastructure. Cumulative application of smart technologies in electric appliances, power transmission structures and electricity monitoring instruments propelled the smart grid market valuation over USD 30 billion in 2017.

The smart grid ecosphere has the exact same purpose as any conventional grid system- to supply power when and where required. However, a shifting preference towards the generation and use of sustainable energy resources will gradually render the conventional grids obsolete, adding a renewed dynamism to the smart grid market trends. Solar, wind and hydro power generation have swiftly gained popularity but harnessing energy from these resources has its own challenges. A key obstacle in the supply of sustainable energy is that these sources are not available everywhere and their output is not as reliable as the conventional sources.

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For example, Solar power generation will not be efficient in regions that do not receive enough sunlight and for harnessing wind energy the turbines are required to be placed only in areas with a lot of wind. A smart grid infrastructure can help overcome these impediments by using an intelligent network to store and supply energy from these resources, while balancing the energy mix and optimizing its use to lower costs for users. A balanced, reliable and affordable power supply is essential for industries to ensure uninterrupted operations. As such, energy corporations across the world are partnering with technology companies to build self-sufficient grid systems in industrial zones, demonstrating a promising arena for growth of the smart grid market.

To elaborate on the potential of smart grids, a Finland-based power company Lempaalan Energia recently allotted a contract to Siemens to build a smart grid system as part of the LEMENE project, being developed in the industrial area of Marjamaki. Siemens will shoulder the responsibility of designing and delivering a medium-voltage smart micro-grid along with the necessary automation and electrical storage systems. The company aims to ensure reliable and efficient energy supply by using the latest micro-gird technology which can monitor and control the system with the added purpose of blackout protection. Reportedly, two solar panel fields will be the source of electricity to the grid, with annual outputs of 3,600 MWh. Inherently, the services and consulting segment within the smart grid market is certain to accrue tremendous profits, with similar projects being witnessed in other parts of the globe as well.

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In concept, the smart grid market functions towards adding the capabilities of monitoring, control and analysis to any electrical delivery system, allowing for maximized throughput and reduced energy consumption. It allows for a two-way communication between the utilities and the consumer, ensuring quick responses and enabling economical energy use by the consumer. The cost of power for the consumer is also considerably lowered due to less operational and management costs involved with smart technologies. Further, electricity supply can be restored faster after power outages, presenting a vital advantage of the smart grid industry.

Owing to the aforementioned benefits, the smart grid market is experiencing accelerated investments in pilot projects and associated research & development activities which are aimed at enhancing the existing grid systems, by integrating digital capabilities. Smart meters, for instance, extend the sensing capability in transfer line, by providing real-time date to utility companies and effecting price changes based on demand. User are able to get better feedback and can adjust their habits to save energy, lowering their bills. The efforts to upgrade aging electricity grid infrastructure for improving their reliability and the push by governments to install smart meters for all utilities will further bolster the smart grid market revenue.

Citing the significance of initiatives towards optimizing the power delivered in homes, the Dutch government has revealed its plan to install electricity and gas smart meters in every home before the end of 2020. The broad enterprise has been introduced with a view to form a large IoT smart grid in the country, which is representative of the remarkable progress of the smart grid industry in Europe.

With the growing necessity for better consumer-power system integration, renewable energy management solutions and a fear of undesirable consequences from blackout, the smart grid market is expected to attain a CAGR of 11% for the 2018-2024 period. Prominent industry contributors such as Siemens, ABB, Schneider Electric, Honeywell Elster and General Electric are the prominent names shaping the competitive hierarchy of smart grid market.

Table Of Content

Chapter 1.    Methodology and Scope

1.1. Methodology

1.2. Market definitions

1.3. Market estimation and forecast parameters

1.4. Data sources

1.4.1.   Primary

1.4.2.   Secondary   Paid Sources   Public Sources

Chapter 2.    Executive Summary

2.1. Smart grid industry 3600 synopsis, 2013 – 2024

2.2. Business trends

2.3. Technology trends

2.4. Service trends

2.5. Deployment trends

2.6. Regional trends

Chapter 3.    Smart Grid Industry Insights

3.1. Industry segmentation

3.2. Industry landscape, 2013 – 2024 (USD Million)

3.3. Industry ecosystem analysis

3.3.1.   Vendor matrix

3.4. Regulatory landscape

3.4.1.   U.S.

3.4.2.   Europe

3.4.3.   China

3.4.4.   India

3.4.5.   Australia

3.4.6.   Brazil

3.5. Innovation and sustainability

3.5.1.   ABB

3.5.2.   Schneider Electric SE

3.5.3.   Fujitsu General

3.6. Global investment trend analysis

3.7. Key existing and upcoming projects

3.8. Smart Grid Developed Vs Upcoming Markets

3.9.     Transmission and distribution loss trends

3.10.    Customer requirements

3.11.    Customer group requirements

3.11.1. Utility

3.11.2. Government institutions

3.11.3. Industrial

3.12.    Entry barrier

3.13.    Industry impact forces

3.13.1. Growth drivers .Increasing need to digitalize the power sector Favorable government regulations and mandates Growing share of renewable energy in the energy mix Reliable and efficient energy consumption

3.13.2. Industry pitfalls & challenges Rising cyber attacks

3.14.    Growth potential analysis

3.15.    Porter's analysis

3.16.    Competitive landscape, 2017

3.16.1. Strategy dashboard Itron   Product Development   Acquisitions   Long Term Contract   Restructuring Honeywell   Acquisition   Long-term contracts   New Product Launch ABB   Acquisition   New Product Launch Siemens AG   Acquisition   Long-term contracts

3.17.    Company market share,2017

3.18.    PESTEL analysis

Chapter 4.   Smart Grid Market, By Technology

4.1. Smart grid market share by technology, 2017 & 2024

4.2. Smart T&D equipment

4.2.1.   Global market from technology, 2013 – 2024

4.2.2.   Global market from technology, by region, 2013 – 2024

4.3. Distribution & network automation

4.3.1.   Global market from distribution & network automation, 2013 – 2024

4.3.2.   Global market from distribution & network automation, by region,2013 – 2024

4.4. Advanced Metering Infrastructure

4.4.1.   Global market from advanced metering infrastructure, 2013 – 2024

4.4.2.   Global market from advanced metering infrastructure, by region,2013 – 2024

4.5. Consumer Interface

4.5.1.   Global market from consumer interface, 2013 – 2024

4.5.2.   Global market from consumer interface, by region 2013 – 2024

4.6. Communication & Wireless Infrastructure

4.6.1.   Global market from communication& wireless infrastructure, 2013 – 2024

4.6.2.   Global market from communication& wireless infrastructure, by region, 2013 – 2024

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Rahul Varpe    

Rahul Varpe

Rahul Varpe currently writes for Technology Magazine. A communication Engineering graduate by education, Rahul started his journey in as a freelancer writer along with regular jobs. Rahul has a prior experience in writing as well as marketing of services and products ...

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