Navigant Research » Research http://www.navigantresearch.com Fri, 17 Apr 2015 22:11:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.1 Smart Grid IT Systems http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/smart-grid-it-systems http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/smart-grid-it-systems#comments Fri, 17 Apr 2015 17:58:48 +0000 https://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=74131 Utility Transformations
As power grid operators worldwide face new and growing challenges—to stability, reliability, and even economic feasibility—those charged with managing the grid are turning increasingly to sophisticated IT systems. Modern solutions can help managers leverage the growing connectivity of grid equipment and devices in order to automate control and maintenance functions and better engage with customers. [...]]]>
Utility Transformations

As power grid operators worldwide face new and growing challenges—to stability, reliability, and even economic feasibility—those charged with managing the grid are turning increasingly to sophisticated IT systems. Modern solutions can help managers leverage the growing connectivity of grid equipment and devices in order to automate control and maintenance functions and better engage with customers. The proliferation of new sensing devices in the grid is providing vast quantities of granular data and grid-edge visibility. Meanwhile, newer platforms like mobile devices and social media are delivering real-time intelligence never before available to utility managers. Add in sophisticated predictive analytics solutions, and the possibilities for utilities to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and better interact with their constituents are nearly endless.

Indeed, Navigant Research projects that IT systems and analytics will account for a significant—and growing—portion of utility smart grid investment over the next decade. That said, financial constraints and competing budget items, as well as sunk investments and depreciation schedules based on established rate cases, mean that utility investment in new IT solutions will happen in an incremental fashion in most regions. According to Navigant Research, the global market for smart grid IT software and services is expected to grow from $8.5 billion in 2014 to $17.1 billion in 2024.

This Navigant Research report provides a comprehensive overview of the global market for utility smart grid IT systems. The study discusses the potential benefits and challenges to utilities deploying new IT systems and describes a dozen major utility IT applications. Global market forecasts for utility smart grid IT software and services, segmented by category (software purchases and upgrades, software maintenance fees, services, and software as a service, or SaaS), application, and region, extend through 2024. The report also provides in-depth profiles of numerous vendors involved in the utility smart grid IT space.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the major smart grid IT systems available to utilities today and what do they do?
  • How much do utility IT systems cost and how are they sold?
  • What are the key challenges faced by utilities seeking to upgrade their IT capabilities?
  • What are the most important trends in the utility IT space today?
  • How large will the market for utility smart grid IT software and services grow?
  • Which global regions will see the fastest growth in the adoption of utility IT software and services?
  • What purchase models are dominant today and how will that change over the next decade?
Who needs this report?
  • Utility IT application developers
  • Utility IT systems integrators
  • Utilities
  • IT hardware vendors
  • Government agencies
  • Utility regulators
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary                

1.1  Introduction

1.2  Smart Grid IT Systems: Key Findings

1.3  Market Forecast

2. Market Issues    

2.1  Overview

2.2  Smart Grid IT Systems Defined

2.2.1   Asset Management System

2.2.2   Billing and Customer Information System

2.2.3   Demand Response Management System

2.2.4   Distributed Energy Resource Management System

2.2.5   Distribution Management System

   2.2.5.1  DMS 2.0: ADMS

   2.2.5.2  ADMSs Proliferate in Africa

2.2.6   Energy Market Management System

2.2.7   Energy Management System

2.2.8   Geographic Information System

2.2.9   Meter Data Management System

   2.2.9.1  MDMSs in the Cloud

2.2.10   Mobile Workforce Management System

2.2.11   Outage Management System

2.2.12   SCADA

2.2.13   Analytics

   2.2.13.1   Business Intelligence Analytics

   2.2.13.2   Distribution Grid Optimization Analytics

      2.2.13.2.1.   Predictive Analytics for Asset Management and Operations

      2.2.13.2.2.   Grid Optimization in the HV Transmission Network

   2.2.13.3   CE Analytics

      2.2.13.3.1.   Analytics Case Study: Eversource Engages Its Customers

   2.2.13.4   Embedded versus Enterprisewide Solutions

2.3  Utility IT Application Purchase Models

2.3.1   Owned and Integrated

2.3.2   SaaS

2.4  Smart Grid IT Solutions: Market Drivers

2.4.1   Data Overload

2.4.2   Interoperability, Modularity, and Standards

2.4.3   Need for Improved Resiliency and Reduced Outages

2.4.4   Deregulation and the Need for Improved CE

2.4.5   Utility Mergers and Acquisitions

2.4.6   TOU Pricing and DR

2.4.7   DG

2.4.8   EVs

2.5  Smart Grid IT Solutions: Market Inhibitors

2.5.1   High Cost and High Risk

2.5.2   Change Management and Data Quality and Storage

2.5.3   Communications Requirements

2.5.4   Utilities Scaling Back IT Resources

2.5.5   Security of Systems

3. Regional Overview 

3.1  Regional Smart Grid IT Trends

3.1.1   North America

      3.1.1.1  United States

      3.1.1.2  Canada

3.1.2   Europe

3.1.3   Asia Pacific

3.1.4   Latin America

3.1.5   Middle East & Africa

4. Technology Issues

4.1  Introduction

4.2  Systems Integration

4.3  Data Standards

4.3.1   IEC 61970 and IEC 61968 CIM

4.3.2   MultiSpeak

4.3.3   IEC 61850

4.3.4   DNP3

4.4  Cyber Security

4.4.1   NERC-CIP v5

5. Key Industry Players      

5.1  Traditional Utility IT and OT Vendors

5.1.1   ABB (formerly Ventyx)

5.1.2   Advanced Control Systems, Inc.

5.1.3   Alstom Grid

5.1.4   Clevest

5.1.5   Esri

5.1.6   ETAP

5.1.7   GE Digital Energy

5.1.8   Intergraph

5.1.9   Itineris

5.1.10   Itron

5.1.11   L+G

5.1.12   Milsoft Utility Solutions

5.1.13   NISC

5.1.14   Open Systems International, Inc.

5.1.15   Oracle

5.1.16   OSIsoft

5.1.17   SAP

5.1.18   Schneider Electric (formerly Telvent)

5.1.19   Siemens AG

5.1.20   Survalent Technology

5.2  Data Analytics Solutions Providers

5.2.1   C3 Energy

5.2.2   EcoFactor

5.2.3   SAS Institute

5.2.4   Space-Time Insight

5.3  SIs

5.3.1   Accenture

5.3.2   Capgemini

5.3.3   CSC

5.3.4   HCL Technologies Ltd.

5.3.5   IBM

5.3.6   Infosys

5.3.7   PwC

6. Market Forecasts   

6.1  Introduction

6.2  Market Forecast Methodology

6.3  The Global Market for Smart Grid IT Software  and Services

6.4  Regional Outlook

6.4.1   North America

6.4.2   Europe

6.4.3   Asia Pacific

6.4.4   Latin America

6.4.5   Middle East & Africa

6.5  Conclusions and Recommendations

6.5.1   Recommendations for Utilities

6.5.2   Recommendations for IT Vendors

7. Company Directory
8. Acronym and Abbreviation List
9. Table of Contents
10. Table of Charts and Figures
11. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Application, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Annual Distributed Generation Installed Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Application, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, North America: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Application, North America: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, Europe: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Application, Europe: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, Asia Pacific: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Application, Asia Pacific: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, Latin America: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Application, Latin America: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Application, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2024
  • Share of Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • The New CIS Handles More Complex Customer Management
  • MDMS in Context of AMI and Backend Systems
  • High-Level Diagram of a SCADA Implementation
  • State of California Electric Vehicle Penetration: 2014

List of Tables     

  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Software Purchase and Upgrade Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Software Maintenance Fee Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Services Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT SaaS Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Share of Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Application, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, North America: 2014-2024
  • Share of Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, North America: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Application, North America: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, Europe: 2014-2024
  • Share of Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, Europe: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Application, Europe: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, Asia Pacific: 2014-2024
  • Share of Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, Asia Pacific: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Application, Asia Pacific: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, Latin America: 2014-2024
  • Share of Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, Latin America: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Application, Latin America: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2024
  • Share of Smart Grid IT Spending by Category, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid IT Spending by Application, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2024
  • MDMS Software and Services Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • CIS Software and Services Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • GIS Software and Services Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • SCADA Software and Services Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • EMS Software and Services Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • DMS Software and Services Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • OMS Software and Services Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • AMS Software and Services Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • MWMS Software and Services Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • DRMS Software and Services Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • DERMS Software and Services Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Analytics Software and Services Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Smart Grid Analytics: Annual Potential Benefit per Meter, by Application
  • Standards and Specifications from NIST Framework
  • NERC-CIP v5 Standards
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Natural Gas Generator Sets http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/natural-gas-generator-sets http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/natural-gas-generator-sets#comments Wed, 15 Apr 2015 21:46:42 +0000 https://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=74052 Energy Technologies
Natural gas (NG) generator sets (gensets) are reciprocating internal combustion engines that are used worldwide for distributed power production. Despite a short-term slowdown due to volatility in the oil & gas market, the NG genset market is expected to show healthy growth during the next 10 years. As a source of emergency standby, prime, peaking, [...]]]>
Energy Technologies

Natural gas (NG) generator sets (gensets) are reciprocating internal combustion engines that are used worldwide for distributed power production. Despite a short-term slowdown due to volatility in the oil & gas market, the NG genset market is expected to show healthy growth during the next 10 years. As a source of emergency standby, prime, peaking, or continuous power, NG-fueled gensets are poised for rapid growth, particularly in markets where inexpensive NG is widely available.

Yet, NG gensets cannot match the performance or convenience of diesel gensets since diesel has a higher energy content and is easier to transport than NG. Today, though, the line between NG and diesel gensets is becoming blurred with the increasing popularity of dual-fuel gensets, which offer the performance of diesel while taking advantage of the low price and low emissions of NG. In emerging economies, the key obstacle to the spread of NG gensets is a lack of adequate NG infrastructure. Once again, dual-fuel gensets provide an interesting middle ground, and they are seeing growth markets in developing countries where the NG infrastructure is expected to follow. According to Navigant Research, annual NG genset installations are expected to reach 27.2 GW by 2024 and generate $146.8 billion in cumulative revenue between 2015 and 2024.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market for NG gensets from less than 15 kW to 20 MW for residential, commercial, industrial, and utility applications. The study includes in-depth assessments of global regions for NG genset capacity installations, a breakdown of market segments by power class, an analysis of global gas resource development, and profiles of the key industry players engaged in this market. Global market forecasts that project the capacity and revenue of NG gensets in the 15 kW–6 MW size range, segmented by region and country, extend through 2024.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What is the size of the global market opportunity for natural gas (NG) generator sets (gensets)?
  • What are the market drivers and barriers for NG gensets?
  • What does the market landscape for NG gensets look like?
  • What is the emerging role of dual-fuel gensets?
  • How will combined heat and power (CHP) adoption affect the NG genset market?
  • How will the boom in unconventional gas resources affect the NG genset market?
  • How are emissions regulations affecting demand for diesel and NG gensets?
  • Which countries are the largest growth markets for NG gensets?
Who needs this report?
  • Natural gas (NG) generator set (genset) OEMs
  • Reciprocating engine distributors and technicians
  • Genset packagers and installers
  • Building owners
  • Utilities
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary                

1.1  Overview

1.2  Demand Drivers and Barriers

1.3  Market Forecasts

2. Market Issues

2.1  Overview

2.1.1   NG Generation Technologies

2.1.2   Gensets as a DG Resource

   2.1.2.1  Reciprocating Engine Speeds

2.1.3   DG in the Global Context

2.1.4   Report Scope

2.2  Global Genset Market

2.2.1   Reciprocating Engine-Based Genset Shipments

2.2.2   NG Genset Market Share

2.2.3   Portable versus Skid-Mounted NG Gensets

2.3  Reciprocating Engine-Based Genset Applications

2.3.1   Standby Power

2.3.2   Prime Power

2.3.3   Peak Shaving

2.3.4   Grid Support

2.3.5   CHP

2.4  Reciprocating Engine-Based Genset Markets

2.4.1   Residential/Portable Market Opportunities

2.4.2   Small C&I Market Opportunities

2.4.3   Large C&I Market Opportunities

2.4.4   Utility Market Opportunities

2.4.5   Market Opportunity Examples

2.5  NG Genset Advantages

2.5.1   Fuel Security

2.5.2   Reduced Emissions

2.5.3   Performance, Reliability, and Convenience

2.5.4   Low Cost

2.6  Market Drivers

2.6.1   Competitive Fuel Cost

2.6.2   Emissions Regulations

2.6.3   CHP Policies

   2.6.3.1  United States

   2.6.3.2  Germany

   2.6.3.3  Russia

   2.6.3.4  China

2.6.4   Greater Adoption of Renewables

2.6.5   Increase in Catastrophic Power Outages

2.6.6   Rural Electrification

2.7  Market Barriers

2.7.1   Gas Infrastructure

2.7.2   Interconnection and Utility Barriers

2.7.3   Maintenance Challenges

2.7.4   Energy Content

3. Natural Gas Market Issues 

3.1  Overview

3.2  NG Supply

3.3  NG Demand

3.4  LNG Trade

3.5  China

3.6  NG Industry Structure

3.6.1   Upstream Segment

   3.6.1.1  Gas Mining

3.6.2   Midstream Segment

3.6.3   Downstream Segment

3.7  NG Pricing

4. Technology Issues

4.1  Overview

4.2  Chemical Characteristics of NG

4.2.1   Pipeline NG

4.2.2   Propane (LPG)

4.3  NG Genset Costs

4.3.1   Installed Cost of NG-Fueled Reciprocating Engine System

4.3.2   Installed Cost of Typical NG-Fueled Reciprocating Engine CHP System

4.4  Genset Applications by Power Rating

4.4.1   Continuous Power

4.4.2   Prime Power

4.4.3   Standby/Backup Power

4.5  NG Genset Technology Development

4.5.1   Fuel Efficiency Improvements

   4.5.1.1  Rich-Burn versus Lean-Burn

   4.5.1.2  Advanced Reciprocating Engine Systems Program

4.5.2   Ignition Improvements

   4.5.2.1  Dual-Fuel Systems

   4.5.2.2  Laser Ignition

4.5.3   Monitoring Systems and Software

4.5.4   Low-Btu Reciprocating Gensets

5. Key Industry Players  

5.1  Competitive Landscape

5.1.1   2G CENERGY

5.1.2   Aegis Energy Services

5.1.3   Briggs & Stratton

5.1.4   Caterpillar

5.1.5   Cummins Power Generation

5.1.6   Depco Power Systems

5.1.7   Dresser-Rand (Guascor)

5.1.8   Eaton

5.1.9   E.ON

5.1.10   GE Digital Energy

5.1.11   GE Energy

   5.1.11.1   Jenbacher

5.1.12   Generac Power Systems

5.1.13   Kohler Power Systems

5.1.14   MTU Onsite Energy Systems

5.1.15   MWM (Caterpillar)

5.1.16   Schneider Electric

5.1.17   Tecogen, Inc.

5.1.18   Wärtsilä

6. Market Forecasts   

6.1  Methodology

6.2  Key Flex Points

6.3  NG Genset Installations Forecast

6.4  Forecasts by Region

6.4.1   North America

6.4.2   Western Europe

6.4.3   Eastern Europe

6.4.4   Asia Pacific

6.4.5   Latin America

6.4.6   Middle East

6.4.7   Africa

6.5  NG Genset Revenue Forecast

6.5.1   Forecast by Region

6.6  Conclusions and Recommendations

7. Company Directory
8. Acronym and Abbreviation List
9. Table of Contents
10. Table of Charts and Figures
11. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Distributed Generation Installed Capacity Additions and Market Share by Region, World Markets: 2014
  • Distributed Generation Installed Capacity Additions and Market Share by Technology, World Markets: 2014
  • Genset Units Shipped by Power Class, North America: 2011-2014
  • Genset Capacity Shipped by Power Class, North America: 2011-2014
  • Commercial CHP Installed Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Diesel vs. Natural Gas Prices by Date, United States: 2007-2014
  • Share of Natural Gas Consumption by Region and Country, World Markets: 2013
  • Top 10 Consumers of Gross Natural Gas per Capita by Country, World Markets: 2012
  • Spot Price of Natural Gas by Market, World Markets: 2001-2014
  • Estimated Capital Cost for Typical Natural Gas Reciprocating Engine Genset, United States: 2003
  • Estimated Cost Breakdown of Typical Natural Gas Genset-Based CHP System: World Markets: 2013
  • Forward Cost Reduction Estimates for Natural Gas Reciprocating Engine Genset by CHP Application, World Markets: 2003-2030
  • Annual Natural Gas Genset Installed Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Natural Gas Genset Installed Capacity by Country, North America: 2015-2024
  • Annual Natural Gas Genset Installed Capacity by Country, Western Europe: 2015-2024
  • Annual Natural Gas Genset Installed Capacity by Country, Eastern Europe: 2015-2024
  • Annual Natural Gas Genset Installed Capacity by Country, Asia Pacific: 2015-2024
  • Annual Natural Gas Genset Installed Capacity by Country, Latin America: 2015-2024
  • Annual Natural Gas Genset Installed Capacity by Country, Middle East: 2015-2024
  • Annual Natural Gas Genset Installed Capacity by Country, Africa: 2015-2024
  • Annual Natural Gas Genset Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Market Share of Cumulative Natural Gas Genset Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2024

List of Tables     

  • Applications and Markets for Gas-Fired DG Technologies
  • Reciprocating Engine Types by Speed Classification (Available MW Ratings)
  • Estimated Genset Market Share by Power Class and Fuel, United States: 2014
  • Reciprocating Engine Genset Market Overview
  • Example Emerging Opportunities for Natural Gas Gensets
  • Availabilities and Outage Rates for Natural Gas Engines by Metric, United States: 2004
  • Historical Outage Data by Year, United States: 2008-2014
  • Estimated Losses per Hour of Grid Failure by Operations/Industry
  • Electricity Access, Regional Aggregates: 2012
  • Major Constituents of Gaseous Fuels
  • Comparison of Installed Costs by Distributed Generation Technology, World Markets: 2014
  • Snapshot of Natural Gas Genset OEM Market
  • Commercial CHP Installed Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Diesel vs. Natural Gas Prices by Date, United States: 2007-2014
  • Share of Natural Gas Consumption by Region and Country, World Markets: 2013
  • Distributed Generation Installed Capacity Additions and Market Share by Region, World Markets: 2014
  • Distributed Generation Installed Capacity Additions and Market Share by Technology, World Markets: 2014
  • Genset Units Shipped by Power Class, North America: 2011-2014
  • Genset Capacity Shipped by Power Class, North America: 2011-2014
  • Top 10 Consumers of Gross Natural Gas per Capita by Country, World Markets: 2012
  • Spot Price of Natural Gas by Market, World Markets: 2001-2014
  • Estimated Capital Cost for Typical Natural Gas Reciprocating Engine Genset, United States: 2003
  • Annual Natural Gas Genset Installed Capacity by Region and Country, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Estimated Capital Cost for Typical Natural Gas Reciprocating Engine Genset in Grid-Connected CHP Applications, United States: 2013
  • Forward Cost Reduction Estimates for Natural Gas Reciprocating Engine Genset by CHP Application, World Markets: 2003-2030
  • Annual Natural Gas Genset Installed Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Natural Gas Genset Revenue by Region and Country, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Natural Gas Genset Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
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Connected Vehicles http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/connected-vehicles http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/connected-vehicles#comments Fri, 10 Apr 2015 19:37:06 +0000 https://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=73946 Transportation Efficiencies
The continuing push to improve safety while reducing the emissions and energy consumption resulting from transportation is driving the development of a number of crucial technologies, including electrification and automated driving systems. One of the key enabling systems for the success of both is the provision of real-time data to vehicles, drivers, and pedestrians through [...]]]>
Transportation Efficiencies

The continuing push to improve safety while reducing the emissions and energy consumption resulting from transportation is driving the development of a number of crucial technologies, including electrification and automated driving systems. One of the key enabling systems for the success of both is the provision of real-time data to vehicles, drivers, and pedestrians through vehicle-to-external communications (V2X) using dedicated short-range communications (DSRC).

Global demand for new vehicles is projected to continue growing over the next decade, particularly in developing markets where dense urbanization is already causing problems with traffic congestion, accident rates, and air quality. Even before there is significant deployment of automated vehicles, V2X connectivity has the potential alleviate some of these issues. DSRC-based V2X systems are anticipated to be deployed by OEMs beginning in 2016 and see rapid expansion over the next decade. In addition to the embedded OEM systems on new vehicles, aftermarket retrofit systems and new smartphones with DSRC capability are expected to be adopted. According to Navigant Research, global revenue from sales of OEM and aftermarket DSRC-based V2X systems is projected to reach more than $36 billion by 2025.

This Navigant Research report examines the market for connected vehicles, with a focus on the key components of V2X communications technology and factors that may influence successful deployment. The study provides an analysis of how these factors, including the cost of hardware, regulations, potential societal benefits, and security and privacy concerns, are projected to affect OEMs, hardware and software suppliers, regulators, and intelligent transportation infrastructure operators. Global market forecasts of OEM and aftermarket sales of DSRC equipment for light, medium, and heavy duty vehicles, broken down by vehicle segment and region, extend through 2025. The report also provides a review of major market drivers and barriers related to connected vehicles and key industry players within the competitive landscape.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • How big is the potential OEM market for vehicle-to-external (V2X) communications globally and regionally?
  • How will aftermarket V2X systems, including built-in and smartphone-based solutions, help drive the development of vehicle connectivity?
  • What are the key forces driving the deployment of V2X-connected vehicles globally?
  • What are the possible roadblocks to reaching the full potential of V2X communications?
  • What are the pros and cons of various technology solutions for connected vehicles?
  • Which companies will play a critical role in the deployment of V2X communications?
Who needs this report?
  • Automobile, truck, and bus OEMs
  • Fleet operators
  • Tier One and aftermarket automotive electronics and software suppliers
  • Aftermarket automotive electronics retailers and installers
  • Telecommunications providers
  • Intelligent transportation system suppliers
  • Government regulators
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary                

1.1  Market Overview

1.2  Technical Issues

1.3  Key Players

1.4  Market Forecasts

2. Market Issues

2.1  Background

2.1.1   Evolution of Automated Systems and Connectivity in Automobiles

2.1.2   Market Definition and History

   2.1.2.1  Telematics

   2.1.2.2  V2V Communications

   2.1.2.3  Pedestrian/Cyclist/Motorcyclist Communications

2.1.3   Autonomous Vehicles

   2.1.3.1  Security

   2.1.3.2  Satellite Radio

2.2  Competing Technologies

2.2.1   DSRC

2.2.2   Cellular Data

2.2.3   Smartphone

2.3  Market Drivers

2.3.1   Safety Benefits

2.3.2   Efficiency Benefits

2.3.3   Electrification

2.3.4   Automated Driving

2.3.5   Regulations or Mandates

2.3.6   Regional Trials

2.4  Market Barriers

2.4.1   Security

2.4.2   Privacy

2.4.3   Cost

2.4.4   Broadband Policy and Network Congestion

2.4.5   Fleets/MHD

3. Technology Issues

3.1  Overview

3.2  Built-In versus Brought-In Systems

3.2.1   Built-In Systems

3.2.2   Brought-In Systems

3.2.3   Retrofit Solutions

3.3  Premature Obsolescence

3.4  Infrastructure Support

3.5  Security and Privacy

3.6  Human-Machine Interface

3.7  Compatibility and Standards

4. Key Industry Players   

4.1  Automotive OEMs

4.1.1   BMW

4.1.2   Daimler AG

4.1.3   Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

4.1.4   Ford Motor Company

4.1.5   GM

4.1.6   Honda

4.1.7   Hyundai Motor Group

4.1.8   Mazda

4.1.9   Nissan

4.1.10   Renault

4.1.11   Tesla Motors

4.1.12   Toyota Motor Company

4.1.13   Volkswagen Group

4.1.14   Volvo Car Group

4.2  Heavy Duty OEMs

4.2.1   Daimler Trucks

4.2.2   Navistar

4.2.3   Volvo Group

4.3  Suppliers and Infrastructure

4.3.1   Apple

4.3.2   AT&T

4.3.3   Automatic Labs

4.3.4   Broadcom

4.3.5   CEN

4.3.6   Continental AG

4.3.7   CVTA

4.3.8   Delphi Automotive

4.3.9   Denso

4.3.10   eTrans Systems

4.3.11   ETSI

4.3.12   Google

4.3.13   Harman International

4.3.14   NVIDIA

4.3.15   Panasonic

4.3.16   Pioneer Corp.

4.3.17   Qualcomm

4.3.18   Robert Bosch GmbH

4.3.19   Verizon

4.3.20   Visteon Corp.

5. Market Forecasts  

5.1  Introduction

5.2  Embedded V2X Forecasts

5.2.1   LDVs

   5.2.1.1  OEM V2X Installations

   5.2.1.2  Aftermarket V2X Installations

   5.2.1.3  Mobile DSRC Forecasts for LDVs

   5.2.1.4  Total DSRC Penetration in LDV Market

5.2.2   MHDVs

5.3  Revenue from Embedded V2X Technology

5.3.1   North America

5.3.2   Western Europe

5.3.3   Asia Pacific

5.3.4   Rest of the World

5.4  Conclusions and Recommendations

6. Company Directory
7. Acronym and Abbreviation List
8. Table of Contents
9. Table of Charts and Figures
10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Annual DSRC Revenue by Technology, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual LDV Sales by Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual OEM DSRC LDV Sales by Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual Aftermarket DSRC Sales for LDVs by Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual Smartphone-Based DSRC Usage in LDVs by Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Percentage of LDVs with DSRC in Use by Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual MHD Truck Sales by Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual OEM DSRC MHD Sales by Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual OEM LDV DSRC Revenue, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual OEM MHDV DSRC Revenue, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual Aftermarket LDV DSRC Revenue, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • V2X Communications Rendering
  • GM V2P Demonstration at ITS World Congress, Detroit: 2014
  • Capabilities Enabled by In-Vehicle Cellular Data
  • First Public Demonstration of Smartphone-Based V2P Communications by GM: 2011
  • Honda SOS Beacon and Virtual Towing via V2V
  • Truck Platooning Demonstration via V2V
  • Prototype Honda Vehicle-to-Motorcycle Alert Screen

List of Tables     

  • Connected Vehicle Regulations by Region, World Markets: 2015
  • Aftermarket DSRC Cost Estimate, Year 1 (2012 Dollars)
  • OEM Embedded DSRC Cost Estimate, Year 1 (2012 Dollars)
  • Aftermarket Retrofit Embedded DSRC Cost Estimate, Year 1 (2012 Dollars)
  • Aftermarket Self-Contained DSRC Cost Estimate, Year 1 (2012 Dollars)
  • Aftermarket DSRC Vehicle-Awareness Device Cost Estimate, Year 1 (2012 Dollars)
  • Annual LDV Sales by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Cumulative LDVs in Use by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual OEM DSRC LDV Sales by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Cumulative OEM DSRC LDV Sales by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual Aftermarket DSRC Sales for LDVs by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual Smartphone-Based DSRC Usage in LDVs by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Cumulative Total Aftermarket DSRC Sales (Retrofit + Smartphone) for LDVs by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Cumulative LDVs with DSRC in Use by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Percentage of LDVs with DSRC in Use by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual OEM DSRC MHD Sales by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Cumulative OEM MHD DSRC Sales by Country and Region, World Market: 2015-2025
  • Annual MHD Truck Sales by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual OEM DSRC LDV Revenue by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual Aftermarket DSRC Revenue by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Annual OEM DRSC MHD Truck Revenue by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
  • Total Annual DSRC Revenue by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2025
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Stop-Start Vehicles http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/stop-start-vehicles http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/stop-start-vehicles#comments Fri, 03 Apr 2015 20:17:21 +0000 https://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=73822 Advanced Transportation TechnologiesTransportation Efficiencies
The basic stop-start system is gradually evolving into one piece of a multifaceted approach to improving fuel economy in light duty vehicles. Enabling an automatic engine stop to avoid idling for long periods requires that other systems are also electrified and made more efficient. This spurs the development and implementation of ancillary systems such as [...]]]>
Advanced Transportation TechnologiesTransportation Efficiencies

The basic stop-start system is gradually evolving into one piece of a multifaceted approach to improving fuel economy in light duty vehicles. Enabling an automatic engine stop to avoid idling for long periods requires that other systems are also electrified and made more efficient. This spurs the development and implementation of ancillary systems such as air conditioning, power steering, and brake assistance that are only activated when required, rather than being a small but constant drain on engine output. The addition of electrical components also means that better use can be made of energy recovered from regenerative braking, which leads to demand for more onboard energy storage.

North America has been a target market for stop-start systems since the technology was embraced in Western Europe, but initial rollouts were met with a wave of consumer resistance. Manufacturers are now faced with refining system performance to appeal to American drivers. This experience is further evidence that knowledge of local tastes and preferences is vital to the implementation of any automotive technology. Smoother and faster operation is key to stop-start systems gaining acceptance in North America. According to Navigant Research, total global sales for light duty stop-start vehicles (SSVs) are expected to grow from 19 million vehicles in 2015 to nearly 59 million by 2024.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the opportunities and challenges present in the global market for light duty SSVs. The study examines the major components of stop-start systems, with a focus on the technologies used for energy storage, including lead-acid batteries, lithium ion (Li-ion) batteries, and ultracapacitors. Global market forecasts for light duty SSVs, segmented by technology and region, extend through 2024. The report also contains profiles of the key market players and detailed analyses of the benefits and market drivers and barriers related to light duty SSVs.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the different technologies used for energy storage in stop-start vehicles (SSVs)?
  • What new developments in SSV technology can be expected in the future?
  • How do SSVs differ from micro hybrid and mild hybrid vehicles?
  • How quickly will the light duty SSV market grow?
  • How will the light duty SSV market compare to the electric vehicle (EV) and hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) markets?
  • Who are the key players in the SSV market?
  • Why has stop-start technology availability to date been concentrated in Europe?
  • What are the typical savings in emissions and fuel that fleet managers can expect from SSVs?
Who needs this report?
  • Vehicle manufacturers
  • Vehicle component suppliers
  • Battery manufacturers
  • Ultracapacitor manufacturers
  • Electronics suppliers
  • Fleet managers
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary           

1.1  Stop-Start Systems      

1.2  Key Market Drivers

1.3  Technology Issues

1.4  Forecast Highlights

2. Market Issues       

2.1  Introduction

2.2  Stop-Start Market Background

2.3  Many Names for Stop-Start Technology

2.4  State of the Stop-Start Market

2.4.1   The Stop-Start Market in North America

2.4.2   The Stop-Start Market in Europe

2.4.3   The Stop-Start Market in Asia Pacific

2.4.4   The Stop-Start Market in the Rest of the World

2.5  Market Drivers

2.5.1   Benefits of Stop-Start Technology

2.5.2   Government Regulations

2.5.3   Government Emissions Regulations in North America

2.5.4   Government Emissions Regulations in Europe

2.5.5   Government Emissions Regulations in Asia Pacific

2.6  Corporate Fleets Emissions Reductions

2.7  Market Challenges

2.7.1   OEM Costs for Stop-Start Technology

2.7.2   Consumer Price for Stop-Start Technology

2.7.3   Competition with Hybrid and Electric Vehicles

2.7.4   Varying Fuel Cost

2.8  The Bigger Picture of Vehicle Electrification

3. Technology Issues

3.1  Introduction

3.2  48 V Technology

3.3  Engine Start and Charging Subsystems

3.3.1   Stop-Start Integration Packages

   3.3.1.1  Belt Alternator Starter

   3.3.1.2  Flywheel Alternator Starter

   3.3.1.3  Tandem Solenoid

3.4  Stop-Start Energy Storage

3.4.1   EFB Technology

3.4.2   VRLA Technology

   3.4.2.1  AGM VRLA Technology

   3.4.2.2  Sulfation

3.4.3   Lead-Carbon Ultra Batteries

3.4.4   Li-ion Batteries

3.4.5   Ultracapacitors

3.5  Transmission Considerations for Stop-Start Technology

3.6  Future Developments

4. Key Industry Players        

4.1  Auto Manufacturers

4.1.1   Audi

4.1.2   BMW

4.1.3   Daimler

4.1.4   Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

4.1.5   Ford

4.1.6   GM

4.1.7   Honda

4.1.8   Hyundai/Kia

4.1.9   Jaguar Land Rover

4.1.10 Mazda

4.1.11 Nissan

4.1.12 PSA Peugeot Citroën

4.1.13 Renault

4.1.14 Toyota

4.1.15 Volkswagen

4.1.16 Volvo

4.2  Stop-Start Energy Storage Providers

4.2.1   A123 Systems LLC

4.2.2   Advanced Lead-Acid Battery Consortium

4.2.3   Axion Power

4.2.4   Exide Technologies

4.2.5   GS Yuasa

4.2.6   Ioxus

4.2.7   Johnson Controls

4.2.8   Maxwell Technologies

4.2.9   Nippon Chemi-Con Corp.

4.2.10 PowerGenix

4.2.11 Primearth EV Energy

4.3  Stop-Start Subsystem Suppliers

4.3.1   Bosch

4.3.2   Continental AG

4.3.3   Controlled Power Technologies

4.3.4   Denso

4.3.5   GETRAG

4.3.6   Hella

4.3.7   Ricardo

4.3.8   Schaeffler

4.3.9   Valeo

4.3.10 ZF Friedrichshafen

5. Market Forecasts  

5.1  Introduction

5.2  Global Vehicle Forecast: 2015–2024

5.3  SSV Sales

5.3.1   SSV Sales in North America

5.3.2   SSV Sales in Western Europe

5.3.3   SSV Sales in Asia Pacific

5.3.4   SSVs in Other Regions

5.4  Energy Storage Demand and Revenue

5.4.1   SSVs with Lead-Acid Batteries

5.4.2   SSVs with Li-ion Batteries

5.4.3   SSVs with Ultracapacitors

5.4.4   Overall Energy Storage Revenue for Stop-Start Systems

5.4.5   Overall Energy Storage Capacity

5.5  Conclusions and Recommendations

6. Company Directory
7. Acronym and Abbreviation List
8. Table of Contents
9. Table of Charts and Figures
10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Annual Total Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicle Sales by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Total Light Duty Vehicle Sales by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Total Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicle and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Sales, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Total Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicle Sales by Country and Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Total Stop-Start Vehicle Sales as a Percentage of Total Light Duty Vehicle Sales by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Light Duty Vehicle Sales Penetration by Drivetrain, North America: 2020
  • Light Duty Vehicle Sales Penetration by Drivetrain, Western Europe: 2020
  • Light Duty Vehicle Sales Penetration by Drivetrain, Asia Pacific: 2020
  • Annual Sales of Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicles with Lead-Acid Batteries by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Revenue from Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicles with Lead-Acid Batteries by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Sales of Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicles with Li-ion Batteries by Region, World Markets:
    2015-2024
  • Annual Revenue from Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicles with Li-ion Batteries by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Sales of Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicles with Ultracapacitors by Region, World Markets:
    2015-2024
  • Annual Revenue from Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicles with Ultracapacitors by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Stop-Start Energy Storage Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Stop-Start Energy Storage Capacity by Technology, World Markets: 2015-2024

List of Tables

  • System Functionalities Matrix        
  • Automaker Stop-Start Feature Names
  • U.S. EPA CAFE Regulations Requirements: 2010-2016
  • Stop-Start Vehicle/Hybrid Electric Vehicle Price Comparison, United Kingdom: 2015
  • Stop-Start Vehicle/Hybrid Electric Vehicle Price Comparison, United States: 2015
  • Total Cost of Ownership Comparison by Drivetrain, United States: 2015
  • Stop-Start Systems by Manufacturer, United States, Europe, and Asia Pacific: 2015 Model Year
  • Stop-Start Energy Storage SWOT Analysis: 2015
  • Stop-Start Systems by Supplier, World Markets: 2015
  • Annual Total Light Duty Vehicle Sales by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Total Light Duty Vehicle Sales Growth by Region, World Markets: 2016-2024
  • Annual Total Light Duty Hybrid Electric Vehicle Sales by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Total Light Duty Hybrid Electric Vehicle Sales Growth by Region, World Markets: 2016-2024
  • Annual Total Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicle Sales by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Sales Growth of Total Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicle Sales by Region, World Markets: 2016-2024
  • Annual Total Stop-Start Vehicle Sales as a Percentage of Total Light Duty Vehicle Sales by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Total Light Duty Vehicle Sales by Drivetrain and Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Total Light Duty Vehicle Sales Percentage by Drivetrain and Region, World Markets 2015-2024
  • Annual Sales of Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicles with Lead-Acid Batteries by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Sales Growth of Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicles with Lead-Acid Batteries by Region, World Markets: 2016-2024
  • Annual Revenue from Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicles with Lead-Acid Batteries by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Sales of Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicles with Li-ion Batteries by Region, World Markets:
    2015-2024
  • Annual Sales Growth of Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicles with Li-ion Batteries by Region, World Markets: 2016-2024
  • Annual Revenue from Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicles with Li-ion Batteries by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Sales of Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicles with Ultracapacitors by Region, World Markets:
    2015-2024
  • Annual Sales Growth of Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicles with Ultracapacitors by Region, World Markets: 2016-2024
  • Annual Revenue from Light Duty Stop-Start Vehicles with Ultracapacitors by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Stop-Start Energy Storage Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Stop-Start Energy Storage Revenue by Technology and Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Stop-Start Energy Storage Revenue by Technology, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Stop-Start Energy Storage Revenue Percentage Breakdown by Technology, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Total Stop-Start Systems Installation Breakdown by Technology and Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Stop-Start Energy Storage Capacity by Technology and Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Stop-Start Power Capacity by Technology and Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
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The Energy Cloud http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/the-energy-cloud http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/the-energy-cloud#comments Thu, 02 Apr 2015 00:54:18 +0000 https://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=73814 Distributed GenerationEnergy Technologies
Profound technology changes across the electrical grid are ushering in an era of decentralized electrons. This emerging energy cloud landscape, a concept that borrows from cloud computing, represents a range of technical, commercial, environmental, and regulatory changes that challenge the traditional hub-and-spoke grid architecture. Fueling this shift are the steady increase in distributed energy resources [...]]]>
Distributed GenerationEnergy Technologies

Profound technology changes across the electrical grid are ushering in an era of decentralized electrons. This emerging energy cloud landscape, a concept that borrows from cloud computing, represents a range of technical, commercial, environmental, and regulatory changes that challenge the traditional hub-and-spoke grid architecture. Fueling this shift are the steady increase in distributed energy resources (DER) capacity and the continuous expansion of smart grid infrastructure. Both trends point to a future grid that will be far more dynamic, responsive, and democratized than current infrastructures allow. Ultimately, the future grid aims to deliver higher quality power.

While utilities will need to adapt to this evolving landscape through business model transformation and a rethinking of traditional stakeholder engagement strategies, consumers and vendors alike will see unprecedented opportunity to enhance—and in some cases replace—the status quo. At the heart of the energy cloud evolution is a shift toward a market that is more dynamic, responsive, and transparent. The following are key characteristics of this emerging landscape:

  • Integration of emerging technologies: DER, building energy management systems (BEMSs), and virtual power plants (VPPs)
  • Multiple inputs and users, supporting two-way energy flows
  • Digitalization of the electric-mechanical infrastructure
  • Complex market structures and transactions
  • Liberalization of markets with regulation adapting to a shifting electricity generation mix

This Navigant Research white paper provides insight into the technology shifts that are fueling an energy cloud evolution. It also examines the resulting changes in the traditional utility-consumer relationship and emerging strategies that utilities are taking to both embrace change and thrive in this rapidly evolving environment.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What is the energy cloud?
  • What technology trends will shape the evolution of the energy cloud?
  • What are the emerging opportunities for energy cloud stakeholders?
  • What is the role of the prosumer in the energy cloud?
  • How can utilities thrive in the energy cloud?
Who needs this report?
  • Utilities
  • Grid operators
  • Energy management hardware and software vendors
  • Smart grid hardware and software vendors
  • IT, networking, and telecommunications vendors
  • Energy technology manufacturers
  • Industry associations and standards organizations
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1   Emerging Energy Cloud

2. Defining the Energy Cloud

2.1   The Energy Cloud

2.1.1   Cloud Computing and the Energy Cloud

2.1.2   Visualizing the Energy Cloud

2.2   Energy Cloud Enabling Technologies

2.2.1   DG: Solar Leads the Way

2.2.2   Energy Storage: The Linchpin Resource

2.2.3   BEMSs: Empowering the Consumer

2.2.4   VPPs: The Ultimate Energy Cloud?

3. The Energy Cloud and the Evolving Utility

3.1   Gauging the DG Threat

3.2   Lessons Learned from Telecom

3.3   The Future Utility in the Energy Cloud

3.3.1   Solar PV Combined with Storage Paves the Way

3.3.2   Transactional Energy Trading

3.3.3   Integrated Service Offerings

4. Sustainable Excellence in the Energy Cloud

4.1   The Evolving Stakeholder Ecosystem

4.1.1   The Service Provider Perspective: Maintaining Reliability Across the Grid’s Last Mile

4.1.2   The Custom Perspective: Rise of the Prosumer

4.1.3   The Merging of Industries in the Energy Cloud

4.2   The Future: Open or Closed?

4.3   Conclusions and Recommendations

5. Acronym and Abbreviation List
6. Table of Contents
7. Table of Charts and Figures
8. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Annual Centralized Power Plant and DG Capacity Additions and Vendor Revenue, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Smart Meter Penetration Rate of All Electric Meters by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • The Energy Cloud Evolution from Centralized and Distributed Generation
  • The Energy Cloud: Today and Tomorrow
  • The Energy Cloud Technology Landscape

List of Tables

  • Utility SWOT in the Energy Cloud
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Energy Management for Healthcare Markets http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/energy-management-for-healthcare-markets http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/energy-management-for-healthcare-markets#comments Tue, 31 Mar 2015 17:13:41 +0000 https://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=73762 Intelligent Building Management Systems
The global market for energy management systems (EMSs) in healthcare facilities is supported by country-specific and regional legislation and initiatives. With few exceptions, governments are introducing policies aimed at promoting energy efficiency through incentives, prescriptive measures, building codes, and other means. Coupled with skyrocketing healthcare costs, competitive pressure in the industry, and resilience concerns in [...]]]>
Intelligent Building Management Systems

The global market for energy management systems (EMSs) in healthcare facilities is supported by country-specific and regional legislation and initiatives. With few exceptions, governments are introducing policies aimed at promoting energy efficiency through incentives, prescriptive measures, building codes, and other means. Coupled with skyrocketing healthcare costs, competitive pressure in the industry, and resilience concerns in the face of recent severe natural disasters, these policies are driving governments and organizations to adopt new technologies to monitor and control energy use in in healthcare facilities.

The market landscape continues to evolve as trends such as demand for data-driven decision support tools facilitate the adoption of EMSs. Due to capital outlay constraints, scalable cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) applications have become more widely deployed to help diagnose pain points in a healthcare facility and optimize current equipment without a large upfront expenditure. Particularly in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis and the atmosphere of market uncertainty in the United States due to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), low-cost software solutions are being leveraged more readily than infrastructure upgrades. According to Navigant Research, global healthcare facility EMS revenue is expected to grow from $948.8 million in 2015 to $2.2 billion in 2024.

This Navigant Research report examines the current state of the global market for healthcare EMSs and technologies. The study summarizes the market drivers and barriers for advanced HVAC controls, lighting controls, building energy management systems (BEMSs), and microgrid software across the policy and technology landscape in five regions. Global market forecasts for revenue, segmented by offering type, building type (inpatient vs. outpatient), and region, extend through 2024. The report also examines the key technologies related to healthcare EMSs, as well as the competitive landscape.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the key market forces influencing the adoption of energy management solutions in healthcare facilities?
  • What barriers are preventing the energy management system (EMS) market from ramping up more dramatically?
  • What are the energy consumption trends in healthcare facilities?
  • What are the expected growth rates for EMS technology revenue through 2024 for each of the regions and technologies considered?
  • Which regions are experiencing the strongest market growth for EMSs in healthcare facilities?
Who needs this report?
  • Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment and controls manufacturers
  • Lighting equipment and controls manufacturers
  • Building energy management software vendors
  • Healthcare facility managers and owners
  • Energy service companies (ESCOs)
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary           

1.1  Introduction

1.2  Market Overview

1.3  Technology Trends

1.4  Forecast Highlights

2. Market Issues      

2.1  Introduction

2.2  Defining the Market for EMSs in Healthcare

2.3  Healthcare Industry Overview

2.3.1   Competitive Environment

2.3.2   Cost Pressures and Budget Constraints

2.3.3   Ownership Structure

2.3.4   Healthcare and the Internet of Things

2.4  Market Drivers

2.4.1   Economics of Healthcare Energy Costs

   2.4.1.1  Operational and Cost Efficiencies

2.4.2   Building Energy Codes, Standards, and Initiatives

   2.4.2.1  North America

      2.4.2.1.1.  United States

      2.4.2.1.2.  Canada

   2.4.2.2  Europe

      2.4.2.2.1.  United Kingdom

      2.4.2.2.2.  Germany

      2.4.2.2.3.  France

   2.4.2.3  Asia Pacific

      2.4.2.3.1.  Australia

      2.4.2.3.2.  China

      2.4.2.3.3.  Japan

   2.4.2.4  Latin America

   2.4.2.5  Middle East & Africa

2.4.3   Green Building Rating Systems

2.4.4   Resilience

2.4.5   Sustainability Concerns

2.5  Market Barriers

2.5.1   Misaligned Priorities

2.5.2   Skepticism about Benefits and Payback

2.6  Regional Market Drivers

2.6.1   North America

   2.6.1.1  United States

      2.6.1.1.1.  Improving Budgets and Access to Financing

      2.6.1.1.2.  The ACA

      2.6.1.1.3.  Utility Programs

      2.6.1.1.4.  California

      2.6.1.1.5.  New York

   2.6.1.2  Canada

2.6.2   Europe

   2.6.2.1  United Kingdom

   2.6.2.2  Germany

2.6.3   Asia Pacific

   2.6.3.1  Australia

   2.6.3.2  China

   2.6.3.3  Japan

2.6.4   Latin America

2.6.5   Middle East & Africa

3. Technology Issues

3.1  Introduction

3.2  HVAC Systems and Controls

3.2.1   Indoor Environmental Quality

3.3  Lighting Systems and Controls

3.4  BEMSs

3.4.1   Hardware

   3.4.1.1  Controllers

   3.4.1.2  Gateways

   3.4.1.3  Sensors

   3.4.1.4  Smart Meters and Submeters

   3.4.1.5  Advanced Sensors

3.4.2   Software

3.4.3   Services

   3.4.3.1  Installation

   3.4.3.2  BEMS Support Services

3.5  EPSSs

3.5.1   Microgrids

4. Key Industry Players

4.1  Overview

4.2  EMS Incumbents

4.2.1   Honeywell

4.2.2   Johnson Controls, Inc.

4.2.3   Schneider Electric

4.2.4   Siemens AG

4.3  Maturing EMS Providers

4.3.1   Automated Logic

4.3.2   Blue Pillar

4.3.3   BuildingIQ

4.3.4   Eaton

4.3.5   JLL

4.3.6   Optimum Energy

4.3.7   Pacific Controls

4.3.8   Trane

4.4  Engineering Firms

4.4.1   Karpinski Engineering

4.4.2   KJWW Engineering Consultants

4.4.3   Korda/Nemeth Engineering

4.5  Other Notable Players

5. Market Forecasts  

5.1  Introduction

5.2  Forecast Scope

5.3  Report Scope and Market Sizing

5.4  Market Forecasts by Region

5.4.1   North America

5.4.2   Europe

5.4.3   Asia Pacific

5.4.4   Latin America

5.4.5   Middle East & Africa

5.5  Market Forecasts by Technology

5.5.1   HVAC Controls

5.5.2   Lighting Controls

5.5.3   BEMSs

5.5.4   Microgrid Software

5.6  Market Forecasts by Facility Type

5.7  Conclusions and Recommendations

6. Company Directory
7. Acronym and Abbreviation List
8. Table of Contents
9. Table of Charts and Figures
10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Hospital Beds per 1,000 People by Country, Key Markets: 2011
  • Acute Care Hospitals’ Annual Energy Cost per Square Foot, United States: 2011
  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue by Offering Type, North America: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue by Offering Type, Europe: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue by Offering Type, Asia Pacific: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue by Offering Type, Latin America: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue by Offering Type, Middle East & Africa: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue by Offering Type, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility HVAC Controls Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility Lighting Controls Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility BEMS Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility Microgrid Software Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue by Facility Type, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • International Non-Residential Code Adoption Status
  • Commercial Building Energy Code Adoption Status: February 2015

List of Tables

  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue in Inpatient and Outpatient Facilities by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility HVAC Controls Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility Lighting Controls Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility BEMS Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility Microgrid Software Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue by Offering Type, North America: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue by Offering Type, Europe: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue by Offering Type, Asia Pacific: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue by Offering Type, Latin America: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue by Offering Type, Middle East & Africa: 2015-2024
  • Healthcare Facility EMS Revenue by Offering Type, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Energy Efficiency Targets by Select Country or Region
  • Annual LEED-Certified Space by Certification Type, World Markets: 2011-2014
  • Honeywell SWOT Analysis
  • Johnson Controls SWOT Analysis
  • Schneider Electric SWOT Analysis
  • Siemens SWOT Analysis
  • Other Notable Players
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Smart Grid Protective Relays http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/smart-grid-protective-relays http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/smart-grid-protective-relays#comments Tue, 31 Mar 2015 01:01:36 +0000 https://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=73739 Utility Transformations
The use of digital protective relay technologies is changing and advancing the management and control of transmission and distribution (T&D) grids. Widely deployed supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems collect grid status data at 4- to 5-second intervals; unfortunately, this is too infrequent to reveal many of the disturbances that cause protective relays to [...]]]>
Utility Transformations

The use of digital protective relay technologies is changing and advancing the management and control of transmission and distribution (T&D) grids. Widely deployed supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems collect grid status data at 4- to 5-second intervals; unfortunately, this is too infrequent to reveal many of the disturbances that cause protective relays to trip. As such, historically, these disturbances remained undetected by T&D system operators, which have not been able to respond or complete forensic analysis following outages.

Today, the capabilities of advanced protective relays (ADVPRs) have evolved, and more powerful, intelligent modules have been added. Advanced sub-second monitoring, data collection, communications, and even phasor measurement unit (PMU) capabilities have been added. These are game-changing developments for utilities. Grid conditions can now be monitored and managed in near real time all the way out to distribution substations, where, in many cases, mechanical protective relays with no communications had typically been used. The first generations of protective relays are reaching the end of their useful lives and are being replaced with the next generation of ADVPR solutions. Navigant Research expects these systematic replacement cycles to provide a growing revenue stream for vendors over the next decade. According to Navigant Research, global protective relay revenue is projected to grow from $5.5 billion in 2015 to $9.7 billion in 2024.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market for ADVPRs, with a focus on four classes of technologies: mechanical, solid-state, and digital protective relays and integrated digital protection systems. The study provides an analysis of the market issues, including market drivers and barriers, as well as regional trends and opportunities, associated with digital protective relay technologies. Global market forecasts for revenue, segmented by ADVPR technology and region, extend through 2024. The report also examines the key technologies related to digital protective relays, as well as the competitive landscape.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • Which technologies represent the primary components of system protection and protective relay solutions?
  • Which advanced protective relay (ADVPR) technologies are part of the next-generation smarter grid?
  • What factors affect the implementation of the different ADVPR technologies?
  • How do the market trends and opportunities related to protective relay solutions vary by region?
  • What are the primary drivers for the growth of protective relay installations and revenue?
  • How is the ADVPR vendor landscape changing?
Who needs this report?
  • Advanced protective relay (ADVPR) suppliers
  • Communications infrastructure suppliers and service providers
  • Transmission system operators (TSOs), regional transmission organizations (RTOs), independent system operators (ISOs), and distribution system operators (DSOs)
  • Utilities
  • Government agencies and regulators
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary           

1.1  Market Overview

1.2  Key Protective Relay Technologies

1.3  Protective Relay Market Forecast

2. Market Issues  

2.1  Introduction

2.2  Market Drivers

2.2.1   The Aging Protective Relay Fleet

2.2.2   New Approaches to Asset Management for the Protective Relay Fleet

2.2.3   The Changing Engineering Workforce

2.2.4   ADVPR Capabilities

2.2.5   Modular Bundled System Protection Solutions

2.2.6   In-House Installation Capabilities

2.2.7   Reliability and Stability

2.2.8   Increased Urbanization and Electrification

2.2.9   IT/OT Convergence and Big Data

2.3  Market Barriers

2.3.1   Workforce Skills and Experience Base

2.3.2   Supporting Communications

2.3.3   Capital Requirements

2.4  Market Trends and Opportunities by Region

2.4.1   North America

   2.4.1.1  Regulatory Policies in the United States and Canada

   2.4.1.2  Uncertainties in the North American Market

2.4.2   Europe

   2.4.2.1  Regulatory Policies in Europe

   2.4.2.2  Uncertainties in the European Market

2.4.3   Asia Pacific

   2.4.3.1  India

      2.4.3.1.1.  Regulatory Polices in India

   2.4.3.2  China

      2.4.3.2.1.  Regulatory Policies in China

      2.4.3.2.2.   Uncertainties in the Chinese Market

2.4.4   Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa

   2.4.4.1  Brazil

   2.4.4.2  Saudi Arabia

   2.4.4.3  South Africa

3. Technology Issues

3.1  Introduction to Protective Relay Technologies

3.1.1   T&D Substations

3.1.2   Distribution Lines/Feeders

3.2  Discussion of Major Protective Relay Technologies

3.2.1   Mechanical Protective Relays

3.2.2   Solid-State Protective Relays

3.2.3   Digital Protective Relays

3.2.4   Integrated Digital Protection Systems

3.3  ADVPR Use Cases

3.3.1   FP&L’s MV Integrated Protective Relay Systems Project

3.3.2    PG&E’s Relay Performance Index for a Sustainable Relay Replacement Program

4. Key Industry Players  

4.1  Major ADVPR Suppliers

4.1.1   ABB

   4.1.1.1  Ventyx

4.1.2   Alstom Grid

4.1.3   Doble Engineering

4.1.4   Eaton/Cooper Power Systems

4.1.5   GE Energy

4.1.6   OSIsoft

4.1.7   S&C Electric Company

4.1.8   Schneider Electric

4.1.9   SEL

4.1.10   Siemens AG

4.1.11   Space-Time Insight

4.2  Large Utilities and Transmission Companies

4.2.1   CSG

4.2.2   Duke Energy

4.2.3   ENTSO-E

4.2.4   Eskom

4.2.5   FPL

4.2.6   PG&E

4.2.7   POWERGRID

4.2.8   SGCC

4.3  Selected Industry Experts

4.3.1   Modern Grid Solutions

4.3.2   NASPI

4.3.3   Washington State University

5. Market Forecasts

5.1  Introduction

5.2  Forecast Methodology

5.3  Pricing Assumptions

5.3.1   Pricing Trends for Mechanical, Solid-State, and Digital Protective Relays

5.3.2   Pricing Trends for Integrated Protective Relay Systems

5.4  Global Protective Relay Market Forecast

5.4.1   North American Protective Relay Market

5.4.2   European Protective Relay Market

5.4.3   Asia Pacific Protective Relay Market

5.4.4   Latin American Protective Relay Market

5.4.5   Middle Eastern Protective Relay Market

5.4.6   African Protective Relay Market

5.5  Conclusions and Recommendations

5.5.1   Protective Relay Roadmap

6. Company Directory
7. Acronym and Abbreviation List
8. Table of Contents
9. Table of Charts and Figures
10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Cumulative Protective Relay Revenue by Technology, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue by Technology, North America: 2015-2024
  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue by Technology, Europe: 2015-2024
  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue by Technology, Asia Pacific: 2015-2024
  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue by Technology, Latin America: 2015-2024
  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue by Technology, Middle East: 2015-2024
  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue by Technology, Africa: 2015-2024
  • Cumulative Protective Relay Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Electric Reliability Councils, United States and Canada
  • RTOs and ISOs: North America
  • Current ENTSO-E Countries with TSOs in the European Market
  • T&D Network Diagram for India
  • T&D Network Diagram: China
  • Eskom Transmission Service Territory: SADC Countries
  • Simplified Utility T&D Network
  • Typical Protective Relay Mechanical and Digital Configurations at Substation
  • Typical Mechanical Protective Relay Installation
  • Example of Solid-State Protective Relay Module
  • Market-Leading SEL and GE Digital Protective Relays
  • Typical Integrated Digital Protection System—S&C IntelliRupter
  • S&C’s TripSaver II
  • FPL’s Service Territory Distribution System Map
  • PG&E’s Protective Relay Fleet Distribution in 2013

List of Tables

  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue Market Share by Region, World Markets: 2015 and 2024
  • Cumulative Protective Relay Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Cumulative Protective Relay Revenue by Scenario, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Cumulative Protective Relay Revenue by Technology, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue by Technology, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue by Technology, North America: 2015-2024
  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue by Technology, Europe: 2015-2024
  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue by Technology, Asia Pacific: 2015-2024
  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue by Technology, Latin America: 2015-2024
  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue by Technology, Middle East: 2015-2024
  • Annual Protective Relay Revenue by Technology, Africa: 2015-2024
  • ANSI Device Numbers on Digital Protective Relays
  • Relay Health and Risk Factors
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Building Optimization and Commissioning Services http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/building-optimization-and-commissioning-services http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/building-optimization-and-commissioning-services#comments Tue, 31 Mar 2015 00:50:35 +0000 https://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=73734 Energy Efficient Buildings
As energy efficiency continues to become the highest priority in construction and building operations, more complex equipment and solutions are emerging that promise reduced energy consumption, reduced waste, and better operation. Though greater levels of energy efficiency are enabled by more advanced solutions, efficiency is only achieved if these solutions operate properly. The complicated construction [...]]]>
Energy Efficient Buildings

As energy efficiency continues to become the highest priority in construction and building operations, more complex equipment and solutions are emerging that promise reduced energy consumption, reduced waste, and better operation. Though greater levels of energy efficiency are enabled by more advanced solutions, efficiency is only achieved if these solutions operate properly. The complicated construction process of buildings as well as their maintenance and operations can lead actual performance to drift away from the intended design. Additionally, there are times when the original design may not have properly accounted for the real-world applications of the building.

Building optimization and commissioning services are a tool to ensure operational and energy efficiency. Initially originated in the United States and United Kingdom in the 1960s and 1970s as a quality assurance measure for new buildings, commissioning has experienced rapid growth through the promulgation of green building certification programs over the past decade. More recent policies and regulations requiring commissioning of new construction and existing buildings has further reinforced this growth. In turn, the savings building owners have achieved through the commissioning process has further driven demand for such services. According to Navigant Research, global revenue for building commissioning services is expected to grow from $2.7 billion in 2014 to $6.6 billion in 2024.

This Navigant Research report examines the global market for building optimization and commissioning services, including initial commissioning, retrocommissioning, and monitoring-based commissioning. The study explores the market drivers and barriers related to optimization and commissioning services in detail, along with global demand-side dynamics. Global market forecasts, segmented by service type, building type, and region, extend through 2024. The report also analyzes future technology trends in commissioning services and profiles the key industry players.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • How large is the building commissioning services market and how fast is it growing?
  • Who provides building optimization and commissioning services?
  • How is the competitive environment for commissioning services changing?
  • What regulation is affecting the building commissioning services market?
  • What are the benefits of commissioning to building owners and managers?
  • How will the adoption of monitoring-based commissioning change the commissioning services market?
Who needs this report?
  • Architecture/engineering/construction firms
  • Energy service companies (ESCOs)
  • Commissioning agents
  • Real estate companies
  • Building automation and controls vendors
  • Building owners and managers
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary           

1.1  Introduction

1.2  Market Overview

1.3  Technology Trends

1.4  Forecast Outlook

2. Market Issues

2.1  Market Overview

2.2  Definitions of Building Optimization and Commissioning Services

2.2.1   Initial Commissioning

2.2.2   Retrocommissioning

2.2.3   Monitoring-Based Commissioning

2.2.4   Other Services in the Commissioning Market

   2.2.4.1  Recommissioning

   2.2.4.2  Commissioning Lite

2.3  Service Provider Ecosystem

2.3.1   Engineering Design Companies

2.3.2   Building Equipment OEMs

2.3.3   Construction Companies

2.3.4   IT Developers and Systems Integrators

2.4  Market Drivers

2.4.1   Green Building Design and Certification

   2.4.1.1  Commissioning in the LEED System

   2.4.1.2  Green Building Certification Regulations

   2.4.1.3  Measurement and Verification Requirements

   2.4.1.4  Other Green Building Certification Programs Worldwide

2.4.2   Building Energy Codes

2.4.3   Utility Demand-Side Management Programs

2.4.4   Increasing Awareness of Commissioning as an ECM

2.4.5   Energy Management Software and Systems

2.4.6   Perception of Rising Energy Costs

2.4.7   Corporate Sustainability Initiatives

2.4.8   Broadening Traditional Building Maintenance Business Models toward Real-Time Monitoring

2.5  Market Barriers

2.5.1   Lack of Familiarity with Commissioning

2.5.2   Lack of Qualified Service Providers

   2.5.2.1  Commissioning Agent Certification

      2.5.2.1.1.   ACG Certification

      2.5.2.1.2.   AEE

      2.5.2.1.3.   ASHRAE

      2.5.2.1.4.   BCA

      2.5.2.1.5.   National Environmental Balancing Bureau

      2.5.2.1.6.   International Certification Board and the Testing, Adjusting and Balancing Bureau

      2.5.2.1.7.   University of Wisconsin–Madison

2.5.3   Misaligned Incentives

2.5.4   Inconsistent Regulatory Environment

2.5.5   Cost

3. Global Demand-Side Dynamics 

3.1  Introduction

3.2  North America

3.2.1   United States

   3.2.1.1  Green Building Code Requirements

   3.2.1.2  Energy Service Company (ESCO) Market

   3.2.1.3  New York City’s Greater, Greener Buildings Plan

   3.2.1.4  Commercial Building Benchmarking Laws

   3.2.1.5  Executive Order 13423

   3.2.1.6  Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007

   3.2.1.7  Executive Order 13514

   3.2.1.8  Title 24 2013

3.2.2   Canada

   3.2.2.1  Natural Resources Canada Programs

   3.2.2.2  Canadian Standards Association: Standard Z320

   3.2.2.3  BC Hydro: Pulse Energy Commissioning Initiatives

3.3  Europe

3.3.1   EU

   3.3.1.1  EU Energy Performance of Buildings Directive

   3.3.1.2  EU Energy Efficiency Directive

   3.3.1.3  International Standards Organization 50001 Energy Management Standard

3.3.2   United Kingdom

   3.3.2.1  CIBSE

   3.3.2.2  U.K. Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme

   3.3.2.3  Climate Change Act of 2008

   3.3.2.4  Green Deal

3.3.3   Germany

   3.3.3.1  Integrated Energy and Climate Program

   3.3.3.2  Energy Agencies

   3.3.3.3  Die Honorarordnung für Architekten und Ingenieure (Regulations on Architects’ and Engineers’ Fees)

   3.3.3.4  Energieoptimiertes Bauen (Energy-Optimized Construction)

3.3.4   France

   3.3.4.1  National Policies Supporting Building Commissioning

3.3.5   Rest of Europe

3.4  Asia Pacific

3.4.1   Japan

   3.4.1.1  Society of Heating, Air-Conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan

   3.4.1.2  Building Services Commissioning Association

   3.4.1.3  CASBEE Green Building Certification Program

   3.4.1.4  Regulatory Issues

3.4.2   China

   3.4.2.1  Green Building Certification in China

   3.4.2.2  National Government and Chinese Five-Year Plans

3.4.3   Taiwan

3.4.4   Hong Kong

3.4.5   Australia

   3.4.5.1  Policy Issues

   3.4.5.2  Green Building in Australia

3.4.6   South Korea

3.5  Latin America

3.6  Middle East & Africa

4. Technology Issues

4.1  Overview

4.2  Benefits of Commissioning

4.2.1   Reduced Operating Expenses

4.2.2   Improved Effectiveness of Maintenance Staff

4.2.3   Occupant Comfort

4.2.4   Realization of Energy Efficiency

4.2.5   Average Energy Savings through Commissioning

4.2.6   Other Optimization and Commissioning Services Outcomes

4.3  Typical Commissioning Processes

4.3.1   Initial Commissioning versus Retrocommissioning

   4.3.1.1  Key Differences

   4.3.1.2  Ongoing Commissioning

4.3.2   Scope of Commissioning Services

   4.3.2.1  Heating

   4.3.2.2  Cooling

   4.3.2.3  Hot Water

   4.3.2.4  Controls

   4.3.2.5  Lighting

   4.3.2.6  Plumbing Systems

   4.3.2.7  Electrical Distribution Systems

   4.3.2.8  Renewable Energy Systems

   4.3.2.9  Building Envelope

   4.3.2.10  Whole Building Commissioning

4.3.3   Other Commissioning Service Functions

   4.3.3.1  Fault Detection and Diagnostics

   4.3.3.2  Commissioning Agent

4.3.4   Monitoring-Based Commissioning Software

4.4  Future Technology Trends in Commissioning Services

4.4.1   Cloud-Based Ongoing Commissioning

4.4.2   Implications for Commissioning Services Industry

4.4.3   Integration with Building Information Modeling

4.4.4   Remote Commissioning of Wireless Controls

5. Key Industry Players

5.1  Introduction

5.2  Engineering Design Companies

5.2.1   AECOM

5.2.2   Baumann Consulting

5.2.3   Grumman/Butkus Associates

5.2.4   Smith Seckman Reid, Inc.

5.3  Building Equipment OEMs

5.3.1   Emerson Climate Technologies

5.3.2   Johnson Controls, Inc.

5.3.3   Schneider Electric

5.3.4   Siemens

5.3.5   United Technologies Corp.

5.4  Real Estate Property Management Companies

5.4.1   A2 Services, Inc.

5.4.2   JLL

5.5  Construction Companies

5.5.1   Kitchell

5.6  Commissioning Companies

5.6.1   kW Engineering, Inc.

5.6.2   Building EnergetiCx, PLLC

5.6.3   CML International

5.7  Software Platform Providers

5.7.1   AtSite, Inc.

5.7.2   BuildingIQ

5.7.3   C3 Energy

5.7.4   Cimetrics

5.7.5   EnerNOC

5.7.6   Noesis Energy

5.7.7   Optimum Energy

5.7.8   Pacific Controls

5.7.9   SCIenergy

6. Market Forecasts  

6.1  Overview

6.2  Methodology

6.3  Scope

6.3.1   Office

6.3.2   Retail

6.3.3   Education

6.3.4   Healthcare

6.3.5   Other

   6.3.5.1  Hotels and Restaurants

   6.3.5.2  Institutional/Assembly

   6.3.5.3  Warehouse

   6.3.5.4  Transport

   6.3.5.5  Multi-Unit Residential

6.4  North America

6.5  Western Europe

6.6  Eastern Europe

6.7  Asia Pacific

6.8  Latin America

6.9  Middle East

6.10  Africa

6.11  World Markets

6.12  Conclusions and Recommendations

7. Company Directory
8. Acronym and Abbreviation List
9. Table of Contents
10. Table of Charts and Figures
11. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Drivers of Commissioning Demand
  • Annual LEED-Certified Space, World Markets: 2000-2014
  • Price of Residential Electricity, United States: 1999-2014
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, North America: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, North America: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, Western Europe: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, Western Europe: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, Eastern Europe: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, Eastern Europe: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, Asia Pacific: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, Asia Pacific: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, Latin America: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, Latin America: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, Middle East: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, Middle East: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, Africa: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, Africa: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Building Commissioning and Optimization Services Provider Ecosystem
  • Current Commercial Building Energy Code Adoption Status
  • Commissioning Agent Focused Design Review Scope
  • Retrocommissioning vs. Monitoring-Based Commissioning
  • Diagram of BIM Project Team Interaction

List of Tables

  • Price of Residential Electricity, United States: 1999-2014
  • Drivers of Commissioning Demand
  • Annual LEED-Certified Space, World Markets: 2000-2014
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, North America: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, Western Europe: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, Eastern Europe: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, Asia Pacific: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, Latin America: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, Middle East: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, Africa: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Service Type, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, North America: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, Western Europe: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, Eastern Europe: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, Asia Pacific: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, Latin America: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, Middle East: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, Africa: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Building Type, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Services Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Commissioning Criteria in LEED Certification Programs
  • Commissioning Criteria in LEED Certification Programs
  • Sample of Utility Rebate Programs in the United States
  • A Comparison between CALGreen, Title 24, LEED 2009, and LEED 2013
  • Summary of ASHRAE Publications on Building Commissioning
  • Typical Commissioning Processes
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Energy Storage Enabling Technologies http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/energy-storage-enabling-technologies http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/energy-storage-enabling-technologies#comments Thu, 26 Mar 2015 22:42:37 +0000 https://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=73664 Grid-Tied Energy Storage
The grid-tied energy storage market is poised to take off. However, pricing remains inconsistent and economies of scale have yet to translate into accessible system costs for the end user. Energy storage systems (ESSs) consist of a core storage technology—such as an advanced battery or a flywheel—as well as power conversion systems, software, and controls. [...]]]>
Grid-Tied Energy Storage

The grid-tied energy storage market is poised to take off. However, pricing remains inconsistent and economies of scale have yet to translate into accessible system costs for the end user. Energy storage systems (ESSs) consist of a core storage technology—such as an advanced battery or a flywheel—as well as power conversion systems, software, and controls. In addition to the hardware and software in an ESS, systems integration expertise is required to deliver a fully intelligent, bankable system to the customer.

Energy storage enabling technology (ESET) is a portion of the energy storage value chain undergoing intensive scrutiny. While battery prices have fallen anywhere from 40% to 60% in the past 18 months thanks to manufacturing innovations and volumes, ESSs still vary wildly in terms of price. This variation is a function of system size, volume ordering, and business models. Now that battery prices have responded to cost pressures, the rest of the balance of plant—or the ESET portion of system cost—is under more pressure to deliver more consistent pricing. Once this happens, more transparency in overall ESS pricing is expected, allowing the industry to scale further. According to Navigant Research, global installed ESET revenue is expected to grow from $605.8 million in 2015 to $21.5 billion in 2024.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market for ESETs across four distinct market segments: utility-scale storage, community storage, residential storage, and commercial storage. The study provides an analysis of the market issues, opportunities, and challenges associated with ESETs. Global market forecasts for power conversion systems, energy storage software and controls, and systems integration services, segmented by technology, application, and region, extend through 2024. The report also examines the key technology trends related to ESETs, as well as the competitive landscape.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the cost trends for energy storage enabling technologies (ESETs), and how will they change over time?
  • How will the growth of the energy storage market influence the cost trends of ESETs?
  • What energy storage markets are the most lucrative for ESETs?
  • Who are the leading players in power conversion, software and controls, and systems integration?
  • How will the global ESET markets scale?
Who needs this report?
  • Energy engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) firms
  • Energy storage technology firms
  • Energy developers
  • Utilities
  • Solar finance companies
  • Smart grid controls and software companies
  • Inverter and microinverter companies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary           

1.1  Introduction

1.2  Market Forecasts

2. Market Issues       

2.1  Introduction

2.2  ESET Value Chain

2.2.1   Power Conversion

2.2.2   Software and Controls

2.2.3   Systems Integration Services

   2.2.3.1  Systems Integrator Services Market Share

2.3  ESS Market Summary

2.3.1   Utility-Scale Storage

   2.3.1.1  North America

   2.3.1.2  Europe

   2.3.1.3  Asia Pacific

   2.3.1.4  Islands

2.3.2  Distributed Storage

2.4  Solar PV Contributions to the ESET Market

2.5  Microgrid and VPP Contributions to the ESET Market

2.5.1   VPPs

2.5.2   Microgrids

3. Technology Issues

3.1  Introduction

3.2  Power Conversion

3.2.1   Inverters

   3.2.1.1  Basic Principles

   3.2.1.2  Requirements for Advanced ESS Integration

3.3  Software and Controls

3.3.1   Basic Principals

3.3.2   Requirements for Advanced ESS Integration

3.4  Systems Integration Services

3.4.1   Basic Principles

3.5  Applicable Standards

4. Key Industry Players        

4.1  Introduction

4.2  1Energy Systems

4.3  ABB

4.4  Alevo

4.5  Ampard

4.6  Azeti Networks

4.7  Beacon Power

4.8  CODA Energy

4.9  Dynapower

4.10  E3/DC

4.11  Green Charge Networks

4.12  Greensmith Energy Management Systems

4.13  Hyosung Power & Industrial Systems

4.14  Ideal Power

4.15  LG CNS

4.16  Moixa

4.17  NEC Energy Solutions

4.18  S&C Electric Company

4.19  Saft

4.20  Sharp

4.21  Stem

4.22  Win Inertia

4.23  Younicos

5. Market Forecasts  

5.1  Methodology

5.1.1   Baseline Figures

5.2  ESS Market Sizing

5.3  Cost Assumptions

5.4  ESET Revenue

5.4.1   Power Conversion

5.4.2   Software and Controls

5.4.3   Systems Integration Services

5.5  Conclusions and Recommendations

6. Company Directory
7. Acronym and Abbreviation List
8. Table of Contents
9. Table of Charts and Figures
10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

  • Installed ESET Revenue by Technology, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Top 10 ESS Systems Integrators by Number of Deployed Projects, Excluding Pumped Storage and CAES, World Markets: 1Q 2015
  • Top 10 ESS Systems Integrators by Number of Projects in Pipeline, World Markets: 1Q 2015
  • Average Residential Solar PV System Installed Costs, United States: 2011-2020
  • Average Residential Solar PV System Installed Costs, Germany: 2011-2020
  • Annual Smart Islanding Inverter Capacity Additions by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Energy Storage Market Segment Growth Profiles by Growth Type, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Installed ESGAS Revenue by Application, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Installed DESS Revenue by Application, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • ESET CAPEX Assumptions by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • ESET CAPEX as a Percentage of Total Installed Cost by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Installed ESET Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-202
  • Installed ESET Revenue by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Installed Power Conversion Revenue by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Installed Software and Controls Revenue by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Installed Systems Integration Services Revenue by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • ESET Power Conversion CAPEX Assumptions by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • ESET Software and Controls CAPEX Assumptions by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • ESET Systems Integration Services CAPEX Assumptions by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Ideal Power Converter Efficiency

List of Tables

  • ESET Key Players and Position in the Value Chain
  • Energy Storage Applications and Corresponding Baseline Figures
  • Top 10 ESS Systems Integrators by Number of Deployed Projects, World Markets: 2012-2014
  • Top 10 ESS Systems Integrators by Number of Deployed Projects, Excluding Pumped Storage and CAES, World Markets: 1Q 2015
  • Top 10 ESS Systems Integrators by Number of Projects in Pipeline, World Markets: 1Q 2015
  • Average Residential Solar PV System Prices by Component, United States: 2011-2020
  • Average Residential Solar PV System Prices by Component, Germany: 2011-2020
  • Annual Smart Islanding Inverter Capacity Additions by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Installed ESGAS Revenue by Application, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Installed DESS Revenue by Application, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • ESET Power Conversion CAPEX Assumptions by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • ESET Software and Controls CAPEX Assumptions by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • ESET Systems Integration Services CAPEX Assumptions by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • ESET CAPEX Assumptions by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • ESET CAPEX as a Percentage of Total Installed Cost by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Installed ESET Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Installed ESET Revenue by Technology, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Installed ESET Revenue by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Installed Power Conversion Revenue by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Installed Power Conversion Revenue by Application, North America: 2015-2024
  • Installed Power Conversion Revenue by Application, Western Europe: 2015-2024
  • Installed Power Conversion Revenue by Application, Eastern Europe: 2015-2024
  • Installed Power Conversion Revenue by Application, Asia Pacific: 2015-2024
  • Installed Power Conversion Revenue by Application, Latin America: 2015-2024
  • Installed Power Conversion Revenue by Application, Middle East: 2015-2024
  • Installed Power Conversion Revenue by Application, Africa: 2015-2024
  • Installed Software and Controls Revenue by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Installed Software and Controls Revenue by Application, North America: 2015-2024
  • Installed Software and Controls Revenue by Application, Western Europe: 2015-2024
  • Installed Software and Controls Revenue by Application, Eastern Europe: 2015-2024
  • Installed Software and Controls Revenue by Application, Asia Pacific: 2015-2024
  • Installed Software and Controls Revenue by Application, Latin America: 2015-2024
  • Installed Software and Controls Revenue by Application, Middle East: 2015-2024
  • Installed Software and Controls Revenue by Application, Africa: 2015-2024
  • Installed Systems Integration Services Revenue by Application, World Markets: 2015-2024
  • Installed Systems Integration Services Revenue by Application, North America: 2015-2024
  • Installed Systems Integration Services Revenue by Application, Western Europe: 2015-2024
  • Installed Systems Integration Services Revenue by Application, Eastern Europe: 2015-2024
  • Installed Systems Integration Services Revenue by Application, Asia Pacific: 2015-2024
  • Installed Systems Integration Services Revenue by Application, Latin America: 2015-202
  • Installed Systems Integration Services Revenue by Application, Middle East: 2015-2024
  • Installed Systems Integration Services Revenue by Application, Africa: 2015-2024
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World Wind Energy Market Update 2015 http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/world-wind-energy-market-update-2015 http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/world-wind-energy-market-update-2015#comments Wed, 25 Mar 2015 22:11:05 +0000 https://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=73599 Renewable Energy
After a dismal 2013, when worldwide wind power installations fell by 20%, the wind energy industry rebounded strongly in 2014. Installations grew by 42% year-over-year in 2014 to 51.2 GW of wind power and cumulative installed capacity climbed to 372 GW. Market growth was largely supported by a policy-driven acceleration of installations in three key [...]]]>
Renewable Energy

After a dismal 2013, when worldwide wind power installations fell by 20%, the wind energy industry rebounded strongly in 2014. Installations grew by 42% year-over-year in 2014 to 51.2 GW of wind power and cumulative installed capacity climbed to 372 GW. Market growth was largely supported by a policy-driven acceleration of installations in three key countries: China, Germany, and the United States.

World Wind Energy Market Update 2015, published by BTM Consult, a part of Navigant Research, is the 20th edition of this annual wind energy market report. It is based on the most authoritative database of precise wind turbine installation data, resulting in the most comprehensive and accurate view of 2014 installations of wind turbines in every country. As in past editions, the World Wind Energy Market Update 2015 also includes profiles of the top 15 wind turbine vendors globally, ranked by installed megawatts, and an analysis of market gains and losses for 2014. The revival of the U.S. and German markets meant there was a significant shake-up in the rankings of the world’s top 10 wind turbine suppliers in 2014. The report also includes a breakdown of how many megawatts were installed by the top wind turbine vendors by country market.

This Navigant Research report includes more than 90 tables, charts, and graphs illustrating the projected development of the global wind market. The study also provides global wind market forecasts for 2015–2019 and the outlook for the wind market through 2024. Policy, incentives, and other drivers are detailed for all relevant country markets, including analyses of key drivers and barriers for each market that informs the report forecasts.

Table of Contents

1. Preface
2. Executive Summary

2.1   Introduction

2.2   Global Wind Installation Revival in 2014

2.3   Significant Changes in the Top 10 Wind Turbine Supplier Ranking

2.4   Significant Trends in Larger Turbines and Diversification

2.5   Moderate Growth Next 2 Years Ahead, but Fluctuation Is Expected After 2016

2.6   Special Theme Section 9: Advances in Today’s Large Wind Blade Market

3. Methodology and Sources

3.1   Methodology

3.2   Sources

4. Market Development in 2014: Demand Side

4.1   Global Installation Recovers in 2014

4.2   Market Status of Wind Power Market by Country by End of 2014

4.2.1   Americas

4.2.2   Europe

4.2.3   South and East Asia

4.2.4   OECD Pacific Region

4.2.5   Rest of the World

4.3   The Offshore Wind Market in 2014

4.4   Overview of Global Wind Turbine Fleet

4.5   The Top 10 Wind Power Markets in the World

5. Market Development in 2014: Supply Side

5.1   Introduction

5.2   Accounting Methodology and Standardization

5.2.1   Major Changes in Wind Turbine Supplier Rankings in 2014

5.2.2   Top 15 Suppliers

5.2.3   Top Wind Turbine Market Share Changes

5.3   Positives and Negatives in Reliance on Domestic Market

5.3.1   Comments and Methodology for Market Share Ranking: 2013–2014

5.3.2   Profiles of the Top 10 Wind Turbine Suppliers in 2014

5.3.3   Profile of Notable Turbine Vendor Outside the Top 10 in 2014

5.4   Trends in the Competitive Wind Turbine Market

5.4.1   Flexible Supply Chain Strategy Reduces Exposure to Market Risk

5.4.2   All Turbine OEMs Are Marketing and Evolving Larger Rotor Wind Turbines

5.4.3   Diversification into O&M Services a Growing Trend

5.4.4   Direct Drive Drivetrain Momentum

5.4.5   Medium-Speed Drivetrains

5.4.6   Improvements in Traditional DFIG Technology Challenge Trend to Direct Drive

5.4.7   Wind Turbine Size Continues to Grow, Driven by Offshore Wind

6. Wind Power Plant Owners

6.1   Overview

6.2   Diversification of Wind Asset Ownership

6.2.1   Main Factors Driving Wind Plant Investment

6.2.2   Investor Types: Institutional Investors, Pension Funds, Insurance Companies, Private Equity, and Corporate Buyers

6.2.3   Geographic Market Dynamics for Wind Plant Ownership

6.3   The Top 5 Companies Hold Positions While Remaining 10 Shuffle

6.4   Business Dynamics for Major Wind Plant Owners in 2014

6.5   Infrastructure Yield Funds (Yieldcos)

7. Wind Power Market Forecast and Estimates

7.1   Overview

7.2   5-Year Wind Power Market Forecast for 13% CAGR to 2019

7.3   Commentary by Country and Regions

7.3.1   The Americas

7.3.2   Europe

7.3.3   Asia Pacific

7.3.4   Africa

7.3.5   Central Asia and the Middle East

7.4   Economic Value of Global Wind Market to 2019 Forecast at €350 Billion

7.5   Emerging Markets on Steady Course for Growth

7.5.1   Europe’s Growing Markets Shuffle Around

7.5.2   Asia and OECD Pacific Set for Offshore Start in Japan and South Korea

7.5.3   The Americas Led by Canada and Brazil

7.5.4   Rest of World Sees South Africa Take Center Stage

7.6   Offshore Wind to Make Up a Sizable Portion of Global Wind Market by 2019

7.6.1   Offshore Wind Market Outlook by Country: 2015–2019

7.7   Challenges Remain in the Offshore Wind Industry for 2015–2024

7.7.1   European Energy Policy and Regulation

8. Penetration of Wind Power Electricity and Wind Market Structures

8.1   Introduction

8.2   Methodology and Assumptions

8.3   Strong Relative Growth of Wind Contribution to Global Electricity Supply

8.4   Constant Changes to Wind Market Structures Continue a Climate of Uncertainty

8.4.1   Policy Update 2014

9. Special Theme: Advances in Today’s Large Wind Blade Market

9.1   Commentary Submissions

9.2   Carbon Fiber: An Enabling Technology for Large Wind Turbine Blades

9.2.1   Outside Expert/Industry Commentary Submission from Amool A. Raina, Managing Director, Wetzel Engineering, Inc.

9.3   New Efficient Industrialization, Driving Down Energy Costs

9.3.1   Outside Expert/Industry Commentary Submission from LM Wind Power

9.4   New Structural Enhancements for Blades Provide Multiple Benefits

9.4.1   Outside Expert / Industry Commentary Submission from Find Mølholt Jensen, Chief Technology Officer, Bladena ApS

10. Appendix A
11. Appendix B
12. Appendix C
13. Acronyms and Technical Units
14. Table of Contents
15. Table of Charts and Figures
16. Index
17. Sources, Methodology, and Notes

List of Figures

  • Top 10 Wind Turbine Suppliers, World Markets: 2014
  • Annual Wind Power Development, World Markets: 2015-2014
  • Annual and Cumulative Wind Energy Development, World Markets: 1983-2014
  • Total Installed Wind Power Capacity, World Markets: End of 2008, 2011, and 2014
  • Offshore Wind Turbine OEM Market Share, Installed, World Markets: 2014 (MW and %)
  • Typical Onshore Wind Turbine Development Timeline
  • Top 10 Wind Turbine Suppliers, World Markets: 2014
  • Change in Wind Turbine Market Share: 2013-2014
  • Global Footprint of Top 10 Wind Turbine Manufacturers, World Markets: 2014
  • Vestas Wind Installations (MW) by Country: 2014
  • Siemens Wind Installations (MW) by Country: 2014
  • Siemens Proportion of Geared vs. Direct Drive Installations: 2014
  • GE Wind Installations (MW) by Country: 2014
  • Enercon Wind Installations (MW) by Country: 2014
  • Suzlon Group Wind Installations (MW) by Country (including Senvion): 2014
  • Gamesa Wind Installations (MW) by Country: 2014
  • Nordex Wind Installations (MW) by Country: 2014
  • Market Share of Major Utilities and IPPs, World Markets: 2014
  • Cumulative Installed Wind Capacity by Region, World Markets: End of 2014 and 2019
  • Forecast of Annual Wind Installations, World Markets: 2015-2019
  • Netherlands Wind Turbine Market Share, Supply Side: 2014
  • Poland Wind Turbine Market Share, Supply Side: 2014
  • Romania Wind Turbine Market Share, Supply Side: 2014
  • Denmark Wind Turbine Market Share, Supply Side: 2014
  • Austria Wind Turbine Market Share, Supply Side: 2014
  • Ireland Wind Turbine Market Share, Supply Side: 2014
  • Finland Wind Turbine Market Share, Supply Side: 2014
  • Wind Power Demand, World Markets: 2014-2019
  • Annual Wind Power Development, World Markets: 1990-2014 and 2015-2023
  • Cumulative Installed Wind Capacity, World Markets: 2019 and 2024
  • Cumulative Wind Power Development, World Markets: 1990-2024
  • EUA Emissions Credits (€): Historic for 2008 to-1Q 2015, Forecast between 2015 and 2021
  • Standard Fiberglass Blade vs. Carbon-Based Blade, AEP Comparison
  • Normalized Cost of Energy, Fiberglass Blade vs. Carbon Fiber Blade

List of Tables

  • Wind Power Development, World Markets: 2014
  • Wind Power Capacity Growth Rates, World Markets: 2009-2014
  • Installed Wind Capacity, World Markets: 2013 and 2014
  • Installed Wind Capacity, The Americas: 2013 and 2014
  • Installed Wind Capacity, Europe: 2013 and 2014
  • Installed Wind Capacity, Asia: 2013 and 2014
  • Installed Wind Capacity, Rest of World: 2013 and 2014
  • Installed Offshore Wind Power, World Markets: 2013-2014
  • Offshore Wind Test Sites, World Markets
  • Operating Wind Farms, World Markets: End of 2014
  • Operating Wind Farms, World Markets: End of 2014 (Continued)
  • Offshore Wind Farms under Construction, World Markets: End of 2014
  • Wind Turbines, World Markets: 2009-2014
  • Average Size of Wind Turbines (kW) Installed, World Markets: 2009-2014
  • Average Size of Wind Turbines (kW), Cumulative Installations, World Markets: 2009-2014
  • Top 10 Wind Power Markets by Annual Installed MW: End of 2014
  • 10 Largest Wind Power Markets by Cumulative MW: End of 2014
  • Growth Rates in the Top 10 Wind Power Markets: End of 2014
  • Top 10 Wind Turbine Suppliers, World Markets: 2014
  • Next Five Wind Turbine Suppliers in Line, World Markets: 2014
  • Leading Wind Turbine Suppliers in Top 10 Markets, World Markets: 2014
  • Share of Supplied MW by Top 10 Wind Turbine Suppliers, World Markets: 2010-2014
  • Top 10 Wind Turbine Supplier Market Share, World Markets: 2012-2014
  • Wind Turbine Size Classes by Market Share, World Markets: 2012-2014
  • Wind Turbine Size Classes by Market Share, World Markets: 2014
  • Leading Suppliers in the Four Wind Turbine Size Classes, World Markets: 2014
  • Leading Suppliers in the 1.5 MW-2.5 MW Size Class, World Markets: 2014
  • Leading Suppliers in the Multi-MW Size Class, World Markets: 2014
  • Selected MW Class of Onshore Wind Turbines in the Market
  • Selected MW Class of Onshore Wind Turbines in the Market (Continued)
  • Selected MW Class of Offshore Wind Turbines in the Market
  • Leading Utility and IPP Wind Farm Owner-Operators
  • Forecast for Wind Power Development, World Markets: 2015-2019
  • Forecast for Wind Power Development, The Americas: 2015-2019
  • Forecast for Wind Power Development, Europe: 2015-2019
  • Forecast for Wind Power Development, Asia: 2015-2019
  • Forecast for Wind Power Development, Rest of World: 2015-2019
  • Forecast for Offshore Wind Power Development, World Markets: 2015-2019
  • Offshore Wind Power Development, World Markets: 2015-2019
  • Renewable Energy Targets for EU States under the 20% by 2020 Policy
  • Penetration Rate of Wind Power in Select Countries
  • Estimates of Electricity from Wind Power Capacity by Country, World Markets: 2014 and 2015
  • Growth of Wind Power Compared to Electricity Generation, World Markets: 1996-2014
  • Contribution of Wind Power to Worldwide Electricity Generation, World Markets: 1996-2024
  • Structural Solution to Blade Breathing
  • Structural Enhancement to Shear Web Structure
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