Navigant Research » Smart Utilities http://www.navigantresearch.com Wed, 23 Jul 2014 15:13:09 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.1 Dynamic Volt/VAR Control Architectures http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/dynamic-voltvar-control-architectures http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/dynamic-voltvar-control-architectures#comments Sat, 28 Jun 2014 03:28:33 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=66662 Smart Utilities
Today’s utility is challenged to modernize its grid to survive the present while being old-fashioned enough to ensure high quality and reliability in power delivery. In a smart distribution utility, energy is carefully managed to support smooth operation of critical infrastructure while facilitating a clean, economic, and safe environment in which to live, work, and [...]]]>
Smart Utilities

Today’s utility is challenged to modernize its grid to survive the present while being old-fashioned enough to ensure high quality and reliability in power delivery. In a smart distribution utility, energy is carefully managed to support smooth operation of critical infrastructure while facilitating a clean, economic, and safe environment in which to live, work, and play. Grid modernization is arguably the single most important focus for any utility as aging and congestion lead to power quality issues and more frequent outages.

Advanced, controllable dynamic Volt/VAR control architecture (DVCA) technologies and various Volt/VAR devices and control solutions can serve as oil in the machinery. They can keep transformers, generators, transmission lines, and distribution systems from overheating, reducing the risk of being retired or upgraded before the end of their intended lifespan. In areas with growing penetration of distributed energy resources (DER), Volt/VAR control (VVC) is emerging as an ancillary service to be provided by microgrids, power factor correction (PFC) systems, distributed PV, and electric vehicle (EV) chargers. Navigant Research forecasts that global annual DVCA revenue will grow from $734.1 million in 2014 to $2.9 billion in 2023.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market for DVCA solutions and components, with a focus on communications, VVC devices, distribution management system (DMS) VVC applications, and VVC analytics. The study provides an analysis of the market issues, including trends, drivers, and benefits, related to DVCA solutions. Global market forecasts for revenue, segmented by region, solution type, and component segment, extend through 2023. The report also examines the key technologies, as well as the competitive landscape, associated with DVCA systems and solutions for the medium-voltage and low-voltage distribution grid.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the components of dynamic Volt/VAR control architecture (DVCA) solutions?
  • What factors and drivers will contribute to market growth for DVCA components?
  • How do DVCA control objectives differ by region?
  • What are the primary benefits of DVCA technologies?
  • How are DVCA solutions evolving to support the modernized grid?
  • Which power system vendors and power companies are active in the emerging DVCA arena?
Who needs this report?
  • Power system vendors
  • Power companies
  • System component manufacturers
  • Utilities
  • Government agencies and regulators
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Modernize to Survive the Present

1.2  Market Trends and Forecast

2. Market Issues

2.1  Future Grid Specifications

2.2  DVCA Integrates Systems to Solve Complex Problems

2.2.1   North American versus Other Regional Grid Design Models

2.3  Detailed Market Drivers

2.3.1   Rightsizing the Grid

2.3.2   Strengthening the Grid for Meaningful Integration of DG

2.3.3   Load Growth

2.4  DVCA Benefits

2.4.1   Capacity Reductions through VAR Management

2.4.2   Fuel Cost Reductions through VAR Improvement

2.5  Regional Experiences with DVCA

2.5.1   North America

2.5.1.1  Lessons from U.S. DOE-Backed Volt/VAR Projects

2.5.1.2  Case Study: Duke Energy Ohio

2.5.1.3  Target High-Value Feeders

2.5.2   Europe

3. Technology Issues

3.1  DVCA Components Overview

3.2  DVCAs

3.2.1   Next-Generation Big Data Analytics

3.2.2   Cloud Computing

3.2.3   Pervasive Wireless Sensors and Monitoring

3.2.4   Digital and Solid-State Replacement Technologies

3.2.5   Standardized Communication Technologies and Protocols

3.3  Key Existing Technologies

3.3.1   Distribution SCADA

3.3.2   FAN Communications

3.4  Management of Voltage in MV and LV Substations

3.4.1   Substation Voltage Regulation

3.5  Major DVCA Solutions

3.5.1   VAR Control

3.5.2   VVC

3.5.3   IVVC

3.5.4   DVO

3.5.5   CVR

3.5.6   GVVC

3.5.7   DVVC

3.6  DVCA Roadmap

4. Key Industry Players

4.1  Introduction

4.2  Power System Vendors

4.2.1   ABB

4.2.2   Alstom Group

4.2.3   Beckwith Electric

4.2.4   Cooper Power Systems (Eaton Corporation)

4.2.5   Dominion Voltage, Inc.

4.2.6   Efacec Advanced Control Systems

4.2.7   GE Digital Energy

4.2.8   GRIDiant

4.2.9   Gridco Systems

4.2.10   IUS Technologies

4.2.11   S&C Electric Company

4.2.12   Schneider Electric

4.2.13   Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories

4.2.14   Siemens

4.2.15   Utilidata

4.2.16   Silver Spring Networks

4.2.17   Varentec

4.3  Power Companies

4.3.1   AEP

4.3.2   Dominion Virginia Power

4.3.3   Duke Energy/Progress Energy

4.3.4   Exelon/PECO

4.3.5   Portland General Electric

4.3.6   Southern California Edison

4.3.7   Tennessee Valley Authority

5. Market Forecasts  

5.1  Introduction

5.2  Forecast Methodology

5.3  Global Revenue Forecast

5.4  Revenue Forecast by Component Segment

5.4.1   North America

5.4.2   Europe

5.4.3   Asia Pacific

5.4.4   Rest of World

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

  • Cumulative DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Component Segment, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Component Segment, North America: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, North America: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Component Segment, Western Europe: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, Western Europe: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Component Segment, Eastern Europe: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, Eastern Europe: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Component Segment, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Component Segment, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Component Segment, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Simplified European and North American Distribution Network Architectures
  • CVR Benefit Compression
  • Distribution Grid Schematic Featuring Grid Edge Control
  • Utility Systems Communication Architecture in the Big Data Analytics Era
  • Illustration of a Typical SCADA Architecture
  • Example LTC
  • Example Pole-Mounted Capacitor Banks and Controller Packages
  • Example of DVO Technologies in a Pole-Mount Application
  • Illustration of CVR Configuration

List of Tables

  • Cumulative DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Dynamic Volt/VAR Control Architectures
  • DVCA Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, North America: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, Western Europe: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, Eastern Europe: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Solution Type, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Component Segment, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Component Segment, North America: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Component Segment, Western Europe: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Component Segment, Eastern Europe: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Component Segment, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Component Segment, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • DVCA Revenue by Component Segment, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
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Virtual Power Plants http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/virtual-power-plants http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/virtual-power-plants#comments Mon, 16 Jun 2014 17:05:56 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=65956 Smart EnergySmart Utilities
The evolution of energy markets is accelerating in the direction of a greater reliance upon distributed energy resources (DER). Successful strategies to manage this increasing two-way complexity are being deployed today all over the world. One such strategy is a virtual power plant (VPP), which can be viewed as a manifestation of the concept of [...]]]>
Smart EnergySmart Utilities

The evolution of energy markets is accelerating in the direction of a greater reliance upon distributed energy resources (DER). Successful strategies to manage this increasing two-way complexity are being deployed today all over the world. One such strategy is a virtual power plant (VPP), which can be viewed as a manifestation of the concept of transactive energy. Essentially, the VPP can combine a rich diversity of independent resources into a network via sophisticated planning, scheduling, and bidding of DER-based services.

Several recent trends are creating an environment conducive to VPPs. These include the increasing penetration of smart meters and other smart grid technologies, growth in variable renewable generation, and emerging markets for ancillary services. However, challenges to commercial rollouts of VPPs remain, including the lack of reliance upon dynamic, real-time pricing and consumer pushback against the smart grid. The end goal for this market is the mixed asset VPP segment, as it brings distributed generation (DG) and demand response (DR) together to provide a synergistic sharing of grid resources. Navigant Research forecasts that total annual VPP vendor revenue will grow from $1.1 billion in 2014 to $5.3 billion in 2023 under a base scenario.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global VPP market, with a focus on three primary segments: DR, supply-side, and mixed asset VPPs. The study provides an analysis of the market issues, including business cases, market drivers, and implementation challenges, associated with VPPs. Global market forecasts for power capacity and vendor revenue, broken out by segment, region, and scenario, extend through 2023. The report also examines the key technologies related to VPPs, as well as the competitive landscape.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What is the Navigant Research definition of a virtual power plant (VPP)?
  • How do the market dynamics differ for the three VPP market segments: demand response (DR), supply-side, and mixed asset?
  • What technologies are being deployed within VPPs globally?
  • Where are the projected hot spots for the three primary VPP segments over the next 10 years?
  • How do VPP business models differ among vendors?
  • How does the VPP fit into transactive energy trends?
  • Why is the VPP the ultimate example of the energy cloud concept?
Who needs this report?
  • Smart grid hardware and software vendors
  • Grid operators and transmission companies
  • Utilities
  • Energy storage manufacturers
  • Demand response aggregators
  • Solar and wind companies
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Virtual Power Plants and the Emerging Energy Cloud

2. Market Issues 

2.1  Virtual Power Plants: Definitions and Market Segments

2.1.1   Navigant Research VPP Definition

2.1.2   Three Primary VPP Segments

   2.1.2.1  DR VPPs

   2.1.2.2  Supply-Side VPPs

   2.1.2.3  Mixed Asset VPPs

2.1.3   VPPs versus Microgrids

   2.1.3.1  Case Study: Lessons Learned from Denmark on VPP and Microgrid Overlap

2.2  The Business Case for VPPs

2.2.1   Better DER Asset Utilization

2.2.2   Synergy with ADR

2.2.3   Emergence of New Utility Business Models

2.2.4   Tipping Point Value Propositions for VPPs

2.3  Current Market Drivers

2.3.1   Maturing Smart Meter Markets

2.3.2   Utility Distribution and Substation Automation Trends

2.3.3   Global Growth in Variable Renewable Generation

2.3.4   Utility and Regulator Pushback on Renewables Incentives

2.3.5   Emerging Organized Markets for Grid Ancillary Services

2.3.6   FERC Orders on DR

2.4  Implementation Challenges

2.4.1   Lack of Dynamic Energy Pricing

2.4.2   Pushback against the Utility Smart Grid

2.4.3   Lack of VPP Standards, Certifications, and Property Rights

2.4.4   What Is the Best VPP Business Model?

   2.4.4.1  Business Model Case Study: How Ventyx Leverages the Cloud for VPPs

3. Technology Issues

3.1  VPP-Enabling Technology Overview

3.2  DG

3.2.1   Pros and Cons

3.2.2   Commercial Time Horizon

3.3  Smart Meters

3.3.1   Pros and Cons

3.3.2   Commercialization Time Horizon

3.4  DR

3.4.1   Pros and Cons

3.4.2   Commercial Time Horizon

3.5  Smart Inverters

3.5.1   Pros and Cons

3.5.2   Commercial Time Horizon

3.6  Advanced Energy Storage

3.6.1   Pros and Cons

3.6.2   Commercial Time Horizon

3.7  PEVs

3.7.1   Pros and Cons

3.7.2   Commercial Time Horizon

3.8  Smart Grid Networking Software

4. Key Industry Players 

4.1  The VPP Competitive Landscape

4.2  Utilities

4.2.1   DONG Energy

4.2.2   Duke Energy

4.2.3   RWE

4.3  Large Technology Players

4.3.1   Alstom Grid

4.3.2   Bosch

4.3.3   GE Digital Energy

4.3.4   IBM

4.3.5   Schneider Electric

4.3.6   Siemens

4.4  Pure Software Firms

4.4.1   ENBALA Power Networks

4.4.2   Joule Assets

4.4.3   Power Analytics

4.4.4   Power Assure

4.4.5   Spirae

4.4.6   Ventyx/ABB

4.4.7   Viridity Energy

4.5  DR Aggregators

4.5.1   Comverge

4.5.2   Consert

4.5.3   Cooper Power Systems/Eaton

4.5.4   Customized Energy Solutions

4.5.5   EnerNOC

5. Market Forecasts  

5.1  VPP Market Forecast Overview

5.1.1   Scenarios

5.1.2   Five Leading VPP Markets

   5.1.2.1  United States

   5.1.2.2  Germany

   5.1.2.3  Denmark

   5.1.2.4  United Kingdom

   5.1.2.5  Japan

5.1.3   Revenue Forecast Methodology

5.2  DR VPPs

5.2.1   North America

5.2.2   Europe

5.2.3   Asia Pacific

5.2.4   Latin America

5.2.5   Middle East & Africa

5.3  Supply-Side VPPs

5.3.1   North America

5.3.2   Europe

5.3.3   Asia Pacific

5.3.4   Latin America

5.3.5   Middle East & Africa

5.4  Mixed Asset VPPs

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  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

  • VPP Conceptual Diagram
  • Germany’s RCPP
  • Cell Controller Hybrid Microgrid/VPP R&D Project
  • Relationship of Financial and Physical Topology of VPPs
  • Hierarchy of Resource Costs
  • Smart Meter Deployment Penetration Levels, United States: 2012
  • Today’s Bidirectional Prosumer Power System
  • Subsidies for Energy Resources: 2008-2010
  • Denmark’s Market Redesign for VPPs
  • Key Sources of Flexible Consumption Candidates for VPPs, Denmark: 2015-2035
  • Solar PV Cheaper Than Retail Utility Power in Southern Germany
  • Cutting Peak Demand through Wide Deployment of DG
  • Duck Graph of Renewable Energy Integration: 2013-2020
  • Smart Inverter Functionality
  • V2G Linkages to Smart Grid Services
  • McAlpine Microgrid Schematic
  • DER Schedule and Dispatch Evolution for VPPs
  • Schneider Electric’s Analogy between Amazon and VPP
  • DR Reinvented via Two-Way Communication Relationships into VPPs
  • Total Annual VPP Vendor Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • ADR Power Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Smart Meter Unit Shipments by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Annual Solar PV Installed Capacity and Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2011-2020
  • Installed Energy Storage Power Capacity in Microgrids by Region, World Markets: 2014-2024
  • Total Annual VPP Power Capacity by Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual VPP Power Capacity by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual VPP Vendor Revenue by Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual DR VPP Power Capacity by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual DR VPP Vendor Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual Supply-Side VPP Power Capacity by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual Supply-Side VPP Vendor Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual Mixed Asset VPP Power Capacity by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual Mixed Asset VPP Vendor Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023

List of Tables

  • DR VPP vs. Central Station Plant Comparison
  • DR VPP SWOT Analysis
  • Supply-Side VPP SWOT Analysis
  • Mixed Asset VPP SWOT Analysis
  • Comparison between VPPs and Microgrids
  • DG for VPPs SWOT Analysis
  • Operating and Cost Characteristics of DG Technologies for VPPs: 2014
  • Smart Meters for VPPs SWOT Analysis
  • DR for VPPs SWOT Analysis
  • Smart Inverters for VPPs SWOT Analysis
  • Energy Storage Ancillary Service Characteristics Relevant to VPPs
  • Advanced Energy Storage for VPPs SWOT Analysis
  • PEVs for VPPs SWOT Analysis
  • DONG Energy SWOT Analysis
  • Siemens SWOT Analysis
  • Ventyx SWOT Analysis
  • EnerNOC SWOT Analysis
  • Total Annual VPP Power Capacity by Region, Conservative Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual VPP Power Capacity by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual VPP Power Capacity by Region, Aggressive Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual VPP Vendor Revenue by Region, Conservative Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual VPP Vendor Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual VPP Vendor Revenue by Region, Aggressive Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual DR VPP Power Capacity by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual DR VPP Vendor Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual Supply-Side VPP Power Capacity by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual Supply-Side VPP Vendor Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual Mixed Asset VPP Power Capacity by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Total Annual Mixed Asset VPP Vendor Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
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Residential Energy Innovations http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/residential-energy-innovations http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/residential-energy-innovations#comments Fri, 06 Jun 2014 21:39:25 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=65722 Energy StorageRenewable Energy
Electric utilities are facing new technology trends that alter the traditional relationship with residential customers. This broad disruption is known collectively as distributed energy resources (DER). At the residential level, disruption derives mainly from solar PV panels, which enable customers to generate some of their own electricity and sell unneeded power back to the utility. [...]]]>
Energy StorageRenewable Energy

Electric utilities are facing new technology trends that alter the traditional relationship with residential customers. This broad disruption is known collectively as distributed energy resources (DER). At the residential level, disruption derives mainly from solar PV panels, which enable customers to generate some of their own electricity and sell unneeded power back to the utility. The latest technologies, now more affordable, have stimulated growing interest and adoption by residential customers who see an opportunity for greater control of their energy consumption.

Navigant Research’s term for this emerging set of technologies is residential generation and storage (RGS). Solar PV panels are but one of those technologies altering the traditional residential power industry. New stationary and mobile electricity storage capabilities and enhanced energy management tools are also providing residential customers more options to control usage and lower costs. Residential combined heat and power (resCHP) systems represent another distributed generation (DG) technology customers might consider. These residential energy innovations and attractive financing mechanisms provide new choices for residential customers that heretofore were out of reach. Navigant Research forecasts that global RGS revenue will grow from $54.7 billion in 2013 to $71.6 billion in 2023.

This Navigant Research report examines the market for RGS technologies and discusses how they are reshaping the future residential power industry. The study analyzes the key market drivers and inhibitors influencing the market, as well as major technology issues. Global market forecasts, segmented by region and category – solar PV, energy storage, electric vehicles (EVs), and resCHP – extend through 2023. The report also provides profiles of established and new industry players and explores policy issues related to RGS technologies.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the market forces shaping the residential generation and storage (RGS) market?
  • How large is the revenue opportunity in the global RGS market?
  • How does this opportunity vary among the four key segments: solar PV, energy storage, electric vehicles (EVs), and residential combined heat and power (resCHP)?
  • What technology issues are shaping the RGS market?
  • Who are some of the key players in the RGS space?
  • Which global regions will provide the most opportunities for RGS vendors?
Who needs this report?
  • Solar PV vendors
  • Energy storage vendors
  • Plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) vendors and suppliers
  • ResCHP vendors
  • Utilities
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Introduction

1.2  Market Drivers

1.3  Market Inhibitors

1.4  Market Forecast

2. Market Issues

2.1  Overview

2.2  Utility Death Spiral?

2.3  Defining the Market

2.3.1   Market Drivers

2.3.2   Market Inhibitors

2.4  Residential Solar PV Generation

2.4.1   Trends

2.4.1.1  Solar PV Leasing Model

2.4.1.2  Net Metering, Value of Solar Tariff

2.4.1.3  Minnesota: Value of Solar Tariff

2.4.1.4  FITs

2.4.1.5  Federal Tax Credit to Be Reduced

2.4.2   Europe

2.4.3   Asia Pacific

2.4.4   Rest of World

2.5  Residential Energy Storage

2.5.1   California’s Storage Issue

2.5.2   Japan

2.5.3   New Zealand

2.6  EVs and the Grid

2.6.1   V2G

2.6.1.1  Current Market Stage

2.6.1.2  Regional Trends

2.6.1.3  V2G Trials and Pilots

2.6.2   V2H

2.6.3   Outlook

2.7  ResCHP

2.7.1   Definition

2.7.2   Key Market Drivers

2.7.3   Market Barriers

2.7.4   Regional Markets

2.7.4.1  Japan

2.7.4.2  South Korea

2.7.4.3  Germany

2.7.4.4  United Kingdom

2.7.4.5  ene.field Project

2.8  Energy Management at the Residential Level

2.9  Consumer Attitudes

2.9.1   Solar Favorability

2.9.2   EVs

2.9.3   U.K. Consumers

2.9.4   Conclusion

3. Technology Issues

3.1  Introduction

3.2  Solar PV Technology

3.2.1   Microinverters and AC Panels

3.2.2   DC Optimizers

3.3  Storage

3.3.1   Flow Batteries

3.3.2   Advanced Lead-Acid Batteries

3.3.3   Li-ion Batteries

3.3.3.1  Efficiency and Capacity

3.3.3.2  Cost Issues

3.4  EVs

3.4.1   Overview of EV Batteries

3.4.1.1  Regional Variations

3.4.1.2  Li-ion Batteries

3.5  ResCHP

3.5.1   Mechanical Systems

3.5.2   Fuel Cells

3.5.2.1  Fuel Cells for CHP

3.5.2.2  PEMFCs

3.5.2.3  SOFCs

4. Key Industry Players

4.1  Introduction

4.2  Solar PV Companies

4.2.1   Brightergy

4.2.2   Imagine Energy

4.2.3   SolarCity

4.2.4   SunPower

4.2.5   Sunverge

4.3  Storage Companies

4.3.1   LG Chem

4.3.2   Moixa

4.3.3   NEC

4.3.4   Toshiba

4.4  EVs

4.4.1   Ford

4.4.2   Mitsubishi Motors Corporation

4.5  ResCHP

4.5.1   E3/DC

4.5.2   BDR Thermea

4.5.3   Honda

4.5.4   Valliant

4.5.5   Viessmann Group

4.6  Utilities

4.6.1   NRG Energy

4.6.2   Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)

4.7  Contributing Enterprises

4.7.1   CGI

4.7.2   EcoFactor

4.7.3   iControl Networks

4.7.4   Opower

4.7.5   Spirae      

5. Market Forecasts

5.1  Overview

5.2  Solar PV

5.3  Storage

5.4  EVs

5.5  ResCHP

5.6  Combined RGS Revenue

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

  • Total Residential Generation and Storage Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Distributed Solar PV System Prices (Non-Weighted Average) by Component, World Markets: 2006-2013
  • Average Electricity Prices for Residential Customers by Select Market, World Markets: 2006-2017Consumer Favorability for Solar Energy, United States: 2013
  • Consumer Favorability for Electric Cars, United States: 2013
  • Annual Residential Distributed Solar PV Installed Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Average Residential Distributed Solar PV Installed Price by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Annual Residential Distributed Solar PV Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023Grid-Tied Residential Energy Storage Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Grid-Tied Residential Energy Storage System Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Residential V2G-Enabled PEVs by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Residential V2G Infrastructure Installation Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Residential V2H Infrastructure Installations (DC) by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Residential V2H Infrastructure Installation Revenue (DC) by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • ResCHP Shipments by Region of Manufacture, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • ResCHP Revenue by Region of Manufacture, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Total Residential Generation and Storage Revenue by Category, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • U.S. States with Net Metering
  • Spirae’s DER Management System Topology
  • Rendering of Fuel Cell ResCHP Technology Undergoing Trials in ene.field Project

List of Tables

  • Distributed Solar PV System Prices (Non-Weighted Average) by Component, World Markets: 2006-2013
  • Average Electricity Prices for Residential Customers by Select Market, World Markets: 2006-2017
  • Annual Residential Distributed Solar PV Installed Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Average Residential Distributed Solar PV Installed Price by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Annual Residential Distributed Solar PV Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Grid-Tied Residential Energy Storage Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Grid-Tied Residential Energy Storage System Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Residential V2G-Enabled PEVs by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Residential V2G Infrastructure Installation Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Residential V2H Infrastructure Installations (DC) by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Residential V2H Infrastructure Installation Revenue (DC) by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • ResCHP Shipments by Region of Manufacture, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • ResCHP Revenue by Region of Manufacture, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Residential Distributed Generation and Storage Volumes by Category, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Total Residential Generation and Storage Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2023
  • Total Residential Generation and Storage Revenue by Category, World Markets: 2013-2023
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Demand Response http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/demand-response http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/demand-response#comments Tue, 03 Jun 2014 18:20:22 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=65596 Smart UtilitiesUtility Innovations
Demand response (DR) harkens back to the 1970s, when it was first employed in the United States. At that time, DR was implemented as a component of the energy conservation focus of demand-side management (DSM) programs to encourage consumers to use less electricity during peak hours or to shift their energy use to off-peak times. [...]]]>
Smart UtilitiesUtility Innovations

Demand response (DR) harkens back to the 1970s, when it was first employed in the United States. At that time, DR was implemented as a component of the energy conservation focus of demand-side management (DSM) programs to encourage consumers to use less electricity during peak hours or to shift their energy use to off-peak times. Utilities have run residential direct load control (DLC) programs as forms of demand management and offered interruptible rates to commercial and industrial (C&I) customers for many years.

Since 2010, DR has matured in the electricity market and has been afforded the opportunity to bid directly against generation. However, it has also fallen under greater scrutiny. As DR has become a larger part of the resource base, regulators and other market participants are calling for tighter requirements to ensure reliable operations and efficient markets. There are general economic market factors, like low natural gas prices and coal and nuclear retirements, that affect the growth path of DR as well. Navigant Research forecasts that global DR capacity will grow from 30.8 GW in 2014 to 196.7 GW in 2023.

This Navigant Research report examines the global DR market with a focus on two key sectors: C&I and residential. The study provides an analysis of the regional market dynamics and players, global market drivers and barriers, and key technologies related to DR. Global market forecasts for DR sites, capacity, spending, and revenue, segmented by sector and region, extend through 2023. The report also analyzes the competitive landscape of DR to identify and highlight the strengths and weaknesses of the major players in the market.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the market drivers incentivizing demand response (DR) to expand in the United States and abroad?
  • What factors may inhibit DR expansion?
  • Which new technologies are enabling DR to increase its penetration in the market?
  • Who are the major competitors in the commercial and industrial (C&I) and residential DR arenas?
  • How fast will the DR market grow in various regions around the world?
Who needs this report?
  • Demand response (DR) and energy management system vendors
  • Curtailment service providers (CSPs)
  • Smart thermostat vendors
  • Large commercial and industrial (C&I) energy users
  • Utilities
  • Regional transmission organizations/independent system operators (RTOs/ISOs)
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Introduction to Demand Response

1.2  DR Market Drivers and Barriers

1.3  Technology Evolution in the DR Market

1.4  DR Market Size and Forecast

2. Market Issues

2.1  History and Evolutionary Path of Demand Response in the United States

2.2  Definition of DR

2.2.1   Navigant Research Definition

2.3  DR Market Barriers

2.3.1   Market Rules and Comparability

2.3.1.1  Must-Offer Requirement

2.3.1.2  Planned/New Resources

2.3.1.3  Baselines

2.3.2   Greater Number of Events

2.3.2.1  Winter Events

2.3.3   Natural Saturation

2.3.4   Compliance Risk

2.3.4.1  Environmental Compliance

2.3.5   Broader Market Trends

2.4  DR Market Drivers

2.4.1   Coal and Nuclear Plant Retirements

2.4.2   Grid Resiliency

2.4.3   Grid Modernization

2.4.4   Ancillary Services and Renewable Energy Integration

2.4.5   Dynamic Pricing

2.4.6   EVs

2.4.7   Connected Appliances and Transactive Energy

3. Global DR Market Players and Dynamics

3.1  Introduction

3.2  North America

3.2.1   The FERC

3.2.1.1  DR-Related FERC Orders

3.2.1.2  FERC DR Compliance Activities

3.2.2   NERC

3.2.3   U.S. Regional Grid Operators

3.2.3.1  PJM

3.2.3.1.1.   Capacity Market

3.2.3.1.2.   Ancillary Services Markets

3.2.3.1.3.   Utility Programs

3.2.3.2  NYISO

3.2.3.2.1.   Capacity Market

3.2.3.2.2.   Other Markets

3.2.3.2.3.   Consolidated Edison

3.2.3.3  ISO-NE

3.2.3.3.1.   Capacity Market

3.2.3.3.2.   Winter Reliability Program

3.2.3.3.3.   Ancillary Services Markets

3.2.3.4  ERCOT

3.2.3.5  California Independent System Operator

3.2.3.6  Midcontinent Independent System Operator

3.2.4   PUCs

3.2.5    Advanced Energy Management Alliance

3.2.6   Canada

3.3  Europe

3.3.1   Regulatory Barriers

3.3.2   Climate Change Concerns

   3.3.2.1  Intermittent Renewables

   3.3.2.2  Capacity Markets

3.3.3   European Players

   3.3.3.1  European Commission

   3.3.3.2  TSOs and Distribution Network Operators

3.3.4   The Smart Energy Demand Coalition

3.3.5   France

3.3.6   Germany

3.3.7   Ireland

3.3.8   Italy

3.3.9   United Kingdom

3.4  Asia Pacific

3.4.1   Australia and New Zealand

3.4.2   China

3.4.3   Japan

3.4.4   South Korea

3.4.5   Singapore

3.5  Middle East & Africa

4. Technology Issues

4.1  Introduction

4.2  OpenADR

4.2.1   OpenADR 2.0

4.3  C&I DR

4.4  Residential DR

4.4.1   Thermostats

   4.4.1.1  BYOT

4.4.2   Window AC Units

4.4.3   Grid-Interactive Electric Water Heating

4.5  DRMSs

5. Key Industry Players

5.1  Introduction

5.2  C&I and Residential DR Vendors

5.2.1   Comverge

5.2.2   Honeywell International

5.2.3   Schneider Electric

5.2.4   Siemens

5.3  C&I DR Providers

5.3.1   Major National and International C&I DR Providers

   5.3.1.1  Constellation Energy

   5.3.1.2  EnerNOC

5.3.2   Smaller and Regional C&I DR Providers

   5.3.2.1  Demansys Energy

   5.3.2.2  ENBALA Power Networks

   5.3.2.3  Energy Curtailment Specialists

   5.3.2.4  Johnson Controls, Inc.

   5.3.2.5  KiWi Power

   5.3.2.6  Powerit Solutions

   5.3.2.7  REGEN Energy

5.4  Residential and DRMS Providers

5.4.1   ABB (Ventyx)

5.4.2   Alstom (Utility Integration Solutions)

5.4.3   AutoGrid

5.4.4   EcoFactor

5.4.5   GE Energy

5.4.6   Landis+Gyr

5.4.7   Lockheed Martin

5.4.8   Open Access Technology International, Inc.

5.4.9   Silver Spring Networks

5.5  Other Industry Participants

6. Market Forecasts 

6.1  Forecast Introduction

6.2  Assumptions Guiding this Forecast

6.2.1   A Note on Report Scope and Market Sizing

6.3  Global DR Capacity

6.4  Global DR Sites

6.5  Global DR Spending

6.5.1   DR Product and Services Spending

6.6  Global DR Revenue

6.7  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

  • RTO and ISO Map
  • OpenADR Client/Server Model
  • OpenADR Members by Country
  • C&I ADR Process Flow
  • DR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Share of DR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014
  • Share of DR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2023
  • CAGR of DR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • C&I DR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Residential DR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • DR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • C&I DR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Residential DR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • DR Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • C&I DR Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Residential DR Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • DR Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • C&I DR Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Residential DR Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023

List of Tables

  • U.S. Utilities Offering DR Programs outside of RTO/ISO Markets
  • Comverge SWOT Analysis
  • Honeywell SWOT Analysis
  • Schneider Electric SWOT Analysis
  • Siemens SWOT Analysis
  • Constellation SWOT Analysis
  • EnerNOC SWOT Analysis
  • ABB SWOT Analysis
  • Alstom SWOT Analysis
  • AutoGrid SWOT Analysis
  • Other Industry Participants
  • DR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • C&I DR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Residential DR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • DR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • C&I DR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Residential DR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • DR Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • C&I DR Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Residential DR Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • DR Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • C&I DR Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Residential DR Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Share of DR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014 and 2023
  • Growth of DR Capacity, Year-to-Year, World Markets: 2015-2023
  • CAGR of DR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Growth of DR Spending, Year-to-Year, World Markets: 2015-2023
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Fault Location, Isolation, and Service Restoration (FLISR) http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/fault-location-isolation-and-service-restoration-flisr http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/fault-location-isolation-and-service-restoration-flisr#comments Tue, 20 May 2014 23:11:57 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=65291 Smart Utilities
Fault location, isolation, and service restoration (FLISR) combines hardware, software, telecommunications, and grid engineering to decrease the duration and number of customers affected by any specific outage. FLISR is one of the more attractive applications within distribution automation (DA) and can noticeably improve utility performance metrics such as the system average interruption duration index (SAIDI) [...]]]>
Smart Utilities

Fault location, isolation, and service restoration (FLISR) combines hardware, software, telecommunications, and grid engineering to decrease the duration and number of customers affected by any specific outage. FLISR is one of the more attractive applications within distribution automation (DA) and can noticeably improve utility performance metrics such as the system average interruption duration index (SAIDI) and the system average interruption frequency index (SAIFI). Improved SAIDI and SAIFI indicators can lead directly to improved customer satisfaction and reduced penalties by industry regulators.

The massive destruction of U.S. electric infrastructure from storms such as Tropical Cyclone Sandy in 2012 and the Alabama tornado outbreaks of April 2011 triggered customer-driven demand for faster service restoration. In the aftermath of storms, regulators have allowed utilities to invest more in grid resiliency to better prepare for future catastrophes. FLISR requires teams of circuit breakers and switches equipped with modern communications capabilities and digital relays, as well as networked fault indication sensors deployed strategically at various positions on the distribution feeders. Navigant Research forecasts that global FLISR hardware revenue will grow from $2.4 billion in 2014 to $5.4 billion in 2023.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market opportunity for FLISR applications. The study examines the market drivers and barriers that are affecting FLISR deployments worldwide, including government funding, regulatory reforms, and standards adoption. Global market forecasts for DA and FLISR revenue are segmented by region. The report also provides an in-depth explanation of the various functionalities of FLISR, as well as an illustration of how a FLISR scheme works.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What is fault location, isolation, and service restoration (FLISR)?
  • How does a FLISR scheme work and how can it improve delivery reliability?
  • What are the drivers and barriers shaping the worldwide FLISR market?
  • Which global regions will see greater demand for FLISR applications and why?
  • How quickly will the overall FLISR market grow over the next 10 years?
Who needs this report?
  • Distribution automation (DA) vendors
  • Smart grid hardware and software companies
  • Telecommunications companies
  • Utilities
  • Systems integrators
  • Government agencies and regulators
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Market Update

2.1  Introduction to Fault Location, Isolation, and Service Restoration

2.2  Market Drivers

2.2.1     Government Funding

2.2.2     Reliability Indices

2.2.3     Value of Reliable Service to the Customer

2.3  Market Barriers

2.3.1     Regulatory Reform

2.3.2     Information Management

2.3.3     Telecommunications

2.3.4     Standards Adoption

3. An Illustration of FLISR

4. Market Forecast

5. Conclusions and Recommendations

List of Charts and Figures

  • Distribution Automation Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020
  • Smart Grid Deployment Status, United States
  • Average Sustained Outage Durations, United States: 2000-2009
  • Normal Service to a Neighborhood Served by Three Different Feeders
  • Fault Detection
  • Fault Isolation and Partial Recovery
  • Restoration of All Non-Faulted Segments
  • FLISR Hardware Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
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Smart Grid as a Service http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/smart-grid-as-a-service http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/smart-grid-as-a-service#comments Fri, 09 May 2014 17:43:18 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=65074 Smart UtilitiesUtility Innovations
Globally, the century-old electric utility industry is experiencing accelerated change and new challenges. Smart grid technology has emerged to help utilities deal with many of these challenges, but for all but the largest utilities, access to adequate financial and human resources may limit their ability to invest in smart grid solutions at the desired level. [...]]]>
Smart UtilitiesUtility Innovations

Globally, the century-old electric utility industry is experiencing accelerated change and new challenges. Smart grid technology has emerged to help utilities deal with many of these challenges, but for all but the largest utilities, access to adequate financial and human resources may limit their ability to invest in smart grid solutions at the desired level. As a result, power industry hardware and software vendors are increasingly offering managed services solutions, or what may be referred to as smart grid as a service (SGaaS).

The tremendous growth in cloud-based services has increased the awareness of and comfort levels with SGaaS. Offerings are now available for a host of smart grid applications in several categories, including home energy management (HEM), advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), distribution and substation automation (DA and SA) communications, asset management and condition monitoring (AMCM), demand response (DR), and software solutions and analytics. While utilities have historically shied away from outsourcing operations, attitudes are shifting. The complexity of smart grid deployments and systems integration and a shortage of qualified internal human resources are just a few of the drivers behind a growing market opportunity for SGaaS. Navigant Research forecasts that the global SGaaS market will grow from just under $1.7 billion in 2014 to more than $11.1 billion in 2023.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market for SGaaS offerings and describes how and where they are being used by utilities. The study discusses significant market drivers and applications and outlines challenges to market acceptance. Global market forecasts for managed services for applications in six smart grid categories – HEM, AMI, DA and SA communications, substation asset monitoring, DR, and IT and analytics – are presented through 2023. For the United States, forecasts are segmented by investor-owned utility (IOU), municipal utility, and cooperative utility. The report also provides in-depth profiles of key vendors and examines several utility deployment case studies.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • How are smart grid as a service (SGaaS) offerings structured?
  • What are the various levels of managed services available?
  • Which smart grid applications best lend themselves to managed services?
  • How do the different types of utilities benefit from SGaaS?
  • What are the challenges to market adoption of SGaaS?
  • Which utility software applications are available in a software as a service (SaaS) model?
  • How large will the market for SGaaS grow over the next decade?
Who needs this report?
  • Utilities
  • Grid equipment vendors
  • Communications network and service providers
  • IT systems providers
  • IT systems integrators and consultants
  • Regulators and policymakers
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Smart Grid as a Service Overview

1.2  Key Trends and Challenges

1.3  Market Forecast

2. Market Issues

2.1  Overview

2.2  The Outlook for Smart Grid Technology Globally

2.2.1   The Utility Challenge

2.2.2   The Utility Opportunity

   2.2.2.1  Smart Grid Opportunities Today and SGaaS

   2.2.2.2  Smart Grid Opportunities of Tomorrow and SGaaS

2.2.3   The Market for Smart Grid Technology and Solutions

2.3  SGaaS Market Drivers

2.3.1   Lack of In-House Expertise

2.3.2   Reduced Upfront Costs

2.3.3   Reduced Risk

2.3.4   Efficiency

2.3.5   Reduced Time to Market

2.3.6   Future-Proofing

2.3.7   Security

2.3.8   Application Validation

2.3.9   Focus on Core Mission

2.3.10    Modularity

2.3.11    Investment Clarity and Maximum ROI

2.4  SGaaS Market Barriers

2.4.1   Sunk Investments

2.4.2   Perceived Lack of Control

2.4.3   Business Model

2.4.4   Perceived Lack of Security

2.4.5   Silos

2.4.6   Union Obligations

2.5  Utility Ownership Structure and Its Impact on SGaaS Offerings

2.5.1   IOU

2.5.2   Public or Municipal Utility

2.5.3   Cooperative Utility

2.5.4   Government-Sponsored/Owned Utilities

2.6  SGaaS Economic Model

2.7  SGaaS Case Studies

2.7.1   Texas New Mexico Power

2.7.2   Duck River Electric Membership Corp.

2.7.3   Holly Springs, Mississippi

2.7.4   Leesburg, Florida

2.7.5   United Power

3. Technology Issues 

3.1  SGaaS: It Is in the Cloud

3.1.1   National Institute of Standards and Technology Definition of Cloud Computing

3.1.2   Cloud Services and SGaaS

3.1.3   SGaaS Applications Defined

3.1.4   SGaaS Service Levels

3.2  SGaaS Applications

3.2.1   HEM

   3.2.1.1  HEM Market Drivers

   3.2.1.2  HEM and SGaaS

3.2.2   AMI

   3.2.2.1  AMI Market Drivers

   3.2.2.2  AMI and SGaaS

3.2.3   DA and SA

   3.2.3.1  DA and SA Market Drivers

   3.2.3.2  DA, SA, and SGaaS

3.2.4   AMCM

   3.2.4.1  AMCM Market Drivers

   3.2.4.2  AMCM and SGaaS

3.2.5   DR

   3.2.5.1  DR Market Drivers

   3.2.5.2  DR and SGaaS

4. Key Industry Players    

4.1  Overview

4.2  Grid Equipment Vendors

4.2.1   ABB/Ventyx

4.2.2   Alstom Grid

4.2.3   GE

4.2.4   Itron

4.2.5   Siemens Energy/eMeter

4.3  Communications Network and Service Providers

4.3.1   Alcatel-Lucent

4.3.2   AT&T Wireless

4.3.3   Ericsson

4.3.4   Silver Spring Networks

4.3.5   Sprint

4.3.6   Trilliant

4.3.7   Verizon Communications

4.4  IT Systems Providers

4.4.1   C3 Energy

4.4.2   HP

4.4.3   Leidos

4.4.4   Verdeeco

4.5  IT Systems Integrators and Consultants

4.5.1   Accenture

4.5.2   Capgemini

4.5.3   IBM

4.6  Specialized Outsourcers

4.6.1   Comverge

4.6.2   EcoFactor

4.6.3   EnerNOC

4.6.4   Opower

4.6.5   Tendril

4.7  Other Industry Participants

5. Market Forecasts

5.1  Overview

5.2  Market Forecast Methodology

5.3  The Global Market for SGaaS

5.4  SGaaS Revenue Forecasts by Category

5.4.1   Managed HEM Services

5.4.2   Managed AMI Services

5.4.3   Managed DA and SA Communications

5.4.4   Managed Substation Asset Monitoring

5.4.5   SaaS IT Applications and Analytics

5.4.6   Managed DR Programs

5.5  SGaaS Revenue Forecasts by Region

5.5.1   North America

5.5.2   Europe

5.5.3   Asia Pacific

5.5.4   Latin America and the Middle East & Africa

5.6  Conclusions and Recommendations

5.6.1   Recommendations for Utilities

5.6.2     Recommendations for Vendors

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 SGaaS Revenue by Category, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Smart Grid Technology and Solutions Revenue by Category, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual SGaaS Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed HEM Services Revenue by Category, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed AMI Services Revenue by Category, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed DA and SA Communications Networking Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed Substation Asset Monitoring Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Utility SaaS Revenue by Application, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed DR Program Revenue by Customer Type, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual SGaaS Revenue by Category, North America: 2014-2023
  • Annual SGaaS Revenue by Category, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Annual SGaaS Revenue by Category, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual SGaaS Revenue by Category, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Annual SGaaS Revenue by Category, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Home Energy Management: Five Segments along a Continuum

List of Tables

  • Other Industry Participants
  • Annual Smart Grid Technology and Solutions Revenue by Category, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual SGaaS Revenue by Category, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual SGaaS Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual SGaaS Revenue by Category, North America: 2014-2023
  • Annual SGaaS Revenue by Category, United States: 2014-2023
  • Annual SGaaS Revenue by Category, Canada: 2014-2023
  • Annual SGaaS Revenue by Category, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Annual SGaaS Revenue by Category, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual SGaaS Revenue by Category, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Annual SGaaS Revenue by Category, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed HEM Services Revenue by Category, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed HEM Services Revenue by Category, North America: 2014-2023
  • Managed HEM Services ASP/Meter/Month by Category, North America: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed HEM Services Revenue by Utility Type, United States: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed HEM Services Revenue by Category, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Managed HEM Services ASP/Meter/Month by Category, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed HEM Services Revenue by Category, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Managed HEM Services ASP/Meter/Month by Category, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed HEM Services Revenue by Category, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Managed HEM Services ASP/Meter/Month by Category, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed HEM Services Revenue by Category, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Managed HEM Services ASP/Meter/Month by Category, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed AMI Services Revenue by Category, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Percentage of Installed Smart Meters with Some Level of Outsourcing by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed AMI Services Revenue by Category, North America: 2014-2023
  • Managed AMI Services ASP/Meter/Month by Category, North America: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed AMI Services Revenue by Utility Type, United States: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed AMI Services Revenue by Category, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Managed AMI Services ASP/Meter/Month by Category, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed AMI Services Revenue by Category, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Managed AMI Services ASP/Meter/Month by Category, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed AMI Services Revenue by Category, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Managed AMI Services ASP/Meter/Month by Category, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed AMI Services Revenue by Category, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Managed AMI Services ASP/Meter/Month by Category, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed DA and SA Communications Networking Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed Substation Asset Monitoring Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Utility SaaS Revenue by Application, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Utility SaaS Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Utility SaaS Revenue by Application, North America: 2014-2023
  • Annual Utility SaaS Revenue by Application, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Annual Utility SaaS Revenue by Application, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual Utility SaaS Revenue by Application, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Annual Utility SaaS Revenue by Application, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed DR Program Revenue by Customer Type, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed DR Program Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed DR Program Revenue by Customer Type, North America: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed DR Program Revenue by Customer Type, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed DR Program Revenue by Customer Type, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed DR Program Revenue by Customer Type, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Annual Managed DR Program Revenue by Customer Type, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
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Flexible AC Transmission Systems http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/flexible-ac-transmission-systems http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/flexible-ac-transmission-systems#comments Mon, 14 Apr 2014 22:47:49 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=64248 Smart Utilities
Flexible alternating current transmission system (FACTS) technologies have evolved significantly during the past 40 years. Complex engineered solutions such as static VAR compensators (SVCs) and static synchronous compensators (STATCOMs) have been developed to address emerging local transmission grid conditions and improve the reliability and stability of the high-voltage (HV) transmission grid. New utility-scale generation resources [...]]]>
Smart Utilities

Flexible alternating current transmission system (FACTS) technologies have evolved significantly during the past 40 years. Complex engineered solutions such as static VAR compensators (SVCs) and static synchronous compensators (STATCOMs) have been developed to address emerging local transmission grid conditions and improve the reliability and stability of the high-voltage (HV) transmission grid. New utility-scale generation resources like wind farms and large solar parks now compete with traditional coal, gas, and nuclear generation plants in global markets, creating new transmission grid problems and opportunities.

Since AC transmission systems are prevalent in the transmission industry, the installation of FACTS solutions will continue, both to replace existing aging infrastructure and to support the trouble-free interconnection of wind and renewable generation. FACTS technologies can be used to creatively solve demanding problems in transmission all over the world. Growth in electricity demand, the need to mitigate voltage drops over long-haul transmission lines, population growth, and the proliferation of wind and solar generation resources are just a few of the drivers for the global increase in FACTS installations. Navigant Research forecasts that global cumulative FACTS installation revenue will amount to $42 billion between 2014 and 2023.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market for FACTS technologies. The study provides an analysis of the market issues, including trends, drivers, challenges, opportunities, and regulatory factors, related to FACTS solutions. Global market forecasts for the installation of voltage support and reactive power correction (megavolt-ampere reactive, or MVAR) and revenue, segmented by region, technology, and scenario, extend through 2023. The report also examines the key technologies associated with FACTS solutions, as well as the FACTS roadmap and competitive landscape.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are some of the recent and notable flexible AC transmission system (FACTS) installations?
  • Why are various FACTS technologies selected?
  • What are the main drivers for FACTS installations around the world?
  • Who are the key players in the global FACTS market?
  • Which regions offer the best opportunities for future FACTS revenue growth?
  • Which FACTS technologies represent the largest ongoing revenue opportunity?
Who needs this report?
  • Transmission equipment manufacturers
  • FACTS suppliers
  • Renewable energy equipment and service providers
  • Wind and solar generation project owners and developers
  • Transmission operators
  • Utilities
  • Government agencies and regulators
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Market Overview

1.2  FACTS Drivers

1.3  Key FACTS Technologies

1.4  FACTS Market Forecasts

2. Market Issues     

2.1  Introduction

2.2  Market Drivers

2.2.1   Network Reliability

2.2.2   Grid Efficiency

2.2.3   Grid Capacity

2.2.4   Generation Plant Retirements

2.2.5   Aging Infrastructure

2.2.6   Integration of Large-Scale Renewables

2.2.7   Move from Centralized to Distributed Grid Management Technologies

2.3  Market Challenges

2.3.1   Capital Requirements

2.3.2   Land Use and Eminent Domain

2.3.3   Regulatory Environment

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

   2.4.3.2  Regulatory Policies in India

   2.4.3.3  China

   2.4.3.4  Regulatory Policies in China

   2.4.3.5  Uncertainties in the Asia Pacific 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 HVAC Transmission Systems

3.2  Introduction to FACTS Technologies

3.3  Primary Components of FACTS

3.3.1   SC

   3.3.1.1  SC Use Case: Texas

   3.3.1.2  SC Use Case: South Africa

   3.3.1.3  SC Use Case: Canada

3.3.2   SVC

   3.3.2.1  SVC Use Case: Saudi Arabia

   3.3.2.2  SVC Use Case: California

   3.3.2.3  SVC Use Case: Texas

3.3.3   STATCOM

   3.3.3.1  STATCOM Use Case: Texas

   3.3.3.2  STATCOM Use Case: Australia

   3.3.3.3  STATCOM Use Case: Canada

3.3.4   D-SVC/D-STATCOM

   3.3.4.1  D-SVC/D-STATCOM Use Case: Western Australia

   3.3.4.2  D-SVC/D-STATCOM Use Case: United Kingdom

   3.3.4.3  D-SVC/D-STATCOM Use Case: Brazil

3.4  The FACTS Roadmap

4. Key Industry Players

4.1  Major FACTS Suppliers

4.1.1   ABB

4.1.2   Alstom SA

4.1.3   AMSC

4.1.4   GE Energy

4.1.5   S&C Electric Company

4.1.6   Siemens AG

4.2  Other FACTS Suppliers

4.2.1   XD Group

4.2.2   Cooper Power Systems

4.2.3   Hitachi

4.2.4   Mitsubishi Electric

4.2.5   Varentec

4.3  Large Utilities and Transmission Companies

4.3.1   American Electric Power

4.3.2   CSG

4.3.3   ETT

4.3.4   Ergon Energy

4.3.5   Eskom

4.3.6   Hydro One

4.3.7   Hydro-Québec

4.3.8   Oncor Electric Delivery Company

4.3.9   PG&E

4.3.10    POWERGRID

4.3.11    SEC

4.3.12    SGCC

4.4  ISOs and RTOs

4.4.1   CAISO

4.4.2   ERCOT

4.4.3   ENTSO-E

4.4.4   ISO New England

4.4.5   Midcontinent Independent System Operator

4.4.6   PJM Interconnection

4.4.7   SPP

4.4.8   Western Electricity Coordinating Council

5. Market Forecasts

5.1  Introduction

5.2  Forecast Methodology

5.2.1   Pricing Assumptions

5.3  Global FACTS Market Forecast

5.3.1   Global SC Market

5.3.2   Global SVC Market

5.3.3   Global STATCOM Market

5.3.4   Global D-SVC/D-STATCOM Market

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 FACTS Installation Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Cumulative FACTS Installation MVAR by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023

  • Cumulative FACTS Installation Revenue by Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual FACTS Installation MVAR by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual FACTS Installation Revenue by Technology, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Series Compensation Installation Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Static VAR Compensator Installation Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual STATCOM Installation Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual D-SVC/D-STATCOM Installation Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual FACTS Revenue by Technology, Base Scenario, North America: 2014-2023
  • Annual FACTS Revenue by Technology, Base Scenario, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Annual FACTS Revenue by Technology, Base Scenario, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual FACTS Revenue by Technology, Base Scenario, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Annual FACTS Revenue by Technology, Base Scenario, Middle East: 2014-2023
  • Annual FACTS Revenue by Technology, Base Scenario, Africa: 2014-2023
  • FACTS Revenue Breakdown by Technology and Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014
  • FACTS Revenue Breakdown by Technology and Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2023
  • Generation Plant Retirements, North America: 2012-2040
  • Electric Reliability Councils in the United States and Canada
  • ISOs and RTOs in North America
  • 2050 Goals for Renewable Generation, European Union: 2010-2050
  • Current ENTSO-E Countries with TSOs in the European Market
  • Planned HV Transmission Systems under Implementation in India
  • Profile of China Grid Company Transmission Grid Coverage
  • Map of SADC and Eskom Transmission Service Territory
  • SC Implementation for CREZ Transmission Project in Texas by GE
  • Simplified AC T&D System
  • SVC Implementation at an HVAC Transmission Substation
  • SC Single-Line Diagram
  • SC Implementation at an HVAC Transmission Substation
  • SVC Single-Line Diagram
  • SVC Implementation at an HVAC Transmission Substation in Peru
  • SVC Implementation at SEC’s Quwayyah Substation
  • STATCOM Single-Line Diagram
  • ABB Implementation at an HVAC Transmission Interconnection in the United Kingdom
  • ABB STATCOM Implementation at Austin Energy’s Holly Generation Plant
  • Modular STATCOM Implementation at Young-Davidson Mine in Ontario, Canada
  • Typical Modular Configuration of a D-SVC/D-STATCOM Solution
  • D-SVC/D-STATCOM Implementation at Collgar Wind Farm in Australia

List of Tables

  • FACTS Installation Revenue Market Share by Region, World Markets: 2014 and 2023
  • ABB SWOT Analysis
  • Alstom Grid SWOT Analysis
  • AMSC SWOT Analysis
  • GE Energy SWOT Analysis
  • S&C SWOT Analysis
  • Siemens Energy SWOT Analysis
  • Annual FACTS Installation MVAR by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual FACTS Installation Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Cumulative FACTS Installation MVAR by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Cumulative FACTS Installation Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual FACTS Installation Revenue by Technology, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Cumulative FACTS Installation Revenue by Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Series Compensation Installation MVAR by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Series Compensation Installation Revenue by Region, Conservative Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Series Compensation Installation Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Series Compensation Installation Revenue by Region, Aggressive Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Static VAR Compensator Installation MVAR by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Static VAR Compensator Installation Revenue by Region, Conservative Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Static VAR Compensator Installation Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Static VAR Compensator Installation Revenue by Region, Aggressive Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual STATCOM Installation MVAR by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual STATCOM Installation Revenue by Region, Conservative Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual STATCOM  Installation Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual STATCOM Installation Revenue by Region, Aggressive Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual D-SVC/D-STATCOM Installation MVAR by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual D-SVC/D-STATCOM Installation Revenue by Region, Conservative Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual D-SVC/D-STATCOM Installation Revenue by Region, Base Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual D-SVC/D-STATCOM Installation Revenue by Region, Aggressive Scenario, World Markets: 2014-2023
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Asset Management and Condition Monitoring http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/asset-management-and-condition-monitoring http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/asset-management-and-condition-monitoring#comments Mon, 03 Mar 2014 18:54:17 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=62854 Smart Utilities
Asset management for most utilities today is handled with what is commonly called a run-to-fail strategy. Particularly in the distribution network, where asset value is generally low, many utilities have not incorporated sensing or monitoring technology into their networks. However, with the advent of the smart grid – and the deployment of communications networks that [...]]]>
Smart Utilities

Asset management for most utilities today is handled with what is commonly called a run-to-fail strategy. Particularly in the distribution network, where asset value is generally low, many utilities have not incorporated sensing or monitoring technology into their networks. However, with the advent of the smart grid – and the deployment of communications networks that enable advanced metering infrastructure and distribution automation programs – the inclusion of sensing or monitoring is starting to make more economic sense.

Asset management and condition monitoring (AMCM) solutions encompass physical devices that may share real-time or near real-time data with the operations center. They also include software solutions like asset management systems and, increasingly, analytics solutions that draw on multiple sources to provide management with a holistic view of the performance of the grid and its critical components. The benefits of more refined grid operations are increasingly recognized, not only by financial stakeholders, but also by regulatory bodies concerned with electric rates for customers and the reliability and efficiency of the power grid overall. Due to the trends noted above and falling prices, the AMCM market is poised to grow rapidly over the next decade. Navigant Research forecasts that the global market for AMCM devices and solutions will more than triple between 2014 and 2023 to nearly $6.9 billion.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market for AMCM solutions and describes where they are needed in the grid. The study discusses significant market drivers and applications and outlines challenges to deployment. Global market forecasts for condition monitoring sensors in the grid and asset management software solutions, including asset-management-as-a-service (AMaaS) and analytics, extend through 2023. Sensor forecasts are segmented by location in the grid, including transmission and distribution substations, transmission lines, distribution lines, and distribution transformers. The report also provides in-depth profiles of key vendors and examines several utility deployment case studies.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the benefits of grid sensors within high-, medium-, and low-voltage networks?
  • What applications do grid sensors enable?
  • What types of sensors are available and where can they be deployed in the grid?
  • What qualities and characteristics of power flow and the health of grid equipment can be measured?
  • How much do various grid sensors cost?
  • How large will the market for condition monitoring grow over the next decade?
  • How do asset management systems and analytics benefit utilities?
  • How much do asset management systems and analytics cost and how large is the market forecast to grow?
Who needs this report?
  • Utilities
  • Hardware and software vendors
  • Systems integrators
  • Regulators and policymakers
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Overview

1.2  Key Trends and Challenges in AMCM

1.3  Market Forecast

2. Market Issues

2.1  Overview

2.1.1   The Evolution of Asset Management and Maintenance

2.1.2   Asset Management, Condition Monitoring, and Condition-Based Maintenance

2.1.2.1  Sensors

2.1.2.2  Asset Management Systems, Analytics, and  Predictive Maintenance

2.1.2.3  Asset-Management-as-a-Service

2.2  Market Drivers

2.3  Market Challenges

2.4  Applications

2.4.1   Failure or Outage Reporting

2.4.2   Fault Location, Isolation, and Service Restoration

2.4.3   Dynamic Line Rating

2.4.4   CVR

2.4.5   Non-Technical Loss Prevention

2.4.6   Intermittent Renewable Energy

2.4.7   EV Charging

2.4.8   Fleet and Field Crew Management

2.5  Regional Drivers for AMCM

2.5.1   North America

2.5.1.1  AMCM Deployment Case Study: American Electric Power

2.5.1.2  AMCM Deployment Case Study Consolidated Edison

2.5.2   Europe

2.5.3   Asia Pacific

2.5.4   Latin America

2.5.5   Middle East & Africa

3. Technology Issues

3.1  Power Grid Overview

3.2  Sensing and Measurement in the Grid

3.2.1   Physical Monitoring

3.2.2   Electrical Monitoring

3.2.3   Chemical Analysis

3.2.4   Self- or Remote-Powered Devices

3.2.5   Emerging Technologies

3.3  AMCM in the Transmission Network

3.3.1   Transmission Substations

3.3.1.1  Transformers

3.3.1.1.1.  Bushings

3.3.1.2  Current Transformers and Voltage Transformers

3.3.1.3  Relays/Intelligent Electronic Devices

3.3.1.4  Circuit Breakers

3.3.1.5   Batteries

3.3.2        Transmission Lines

3.3.2.1  Synchrophasors/Phasor Measurement Units

3.4  AMCM in the Distribution Network

3.4.1   Distribution Substations

3.4.2   Distribution Lines/Feeders

3.4.2.1  Distribution Transformers

3.4.2.2  Reclosers

3.4.2.3  Sectionalizers

3.4.2.4  Fault Indicators

3.4.3   LV Networks

3.4.3.1  Smart Meters

4. Key Industry Players

4.1  Overview

4.1.1   ABB

4.1.2   Alstom Grid

4.1.3   Ametek Power Instruments

4.1.4   AT&T Wireless

4.1.5   Capgemini

4.1.6   Cooper Power Systems

4.1.7   GE

4.1.8   GRIDiant

4.1.9   GridSense

4.1.10  IBM

4.1.11  IntelliSAW

4.1.12  OptiSense Network

4.1.13  S&C Electric

4.1.14  Schneider Electric

4.1.15  Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories

4.1.16  Sentient Energy

4.1.17  Siemens AG Energy Sector

4.1.18  Silver Spring Networks

4.1.19  Tollgrade Communications

4.1.20  Verizon Wireless

4.1.21  Other Industry Participants

5. Market Forecasts

5.1  Introduction

5.2  Market Forecast Methodology

5.3  Global Market Outlook

5.4  Regional Analysis

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  Conclusions and Recommendations

5.5.1   Recommendations for Utilities

5.5.2   Recommendations for Vendors

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 Revenue for Power Grid AMCM Devices and Solutions by Category, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Power Grid AMCM Devices and Solutions by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Power Grid AMCM Devices and Solutions by Category, North America: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Power Grid AMCM Devices and Solutions by Category, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Power Grid AMCM Devices and Solutions by Category, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Power Grid AMCM Devices and Solutions by Category, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Power Grid AMCM Devices and Solutions by Category, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Transmission Substation Sensors by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Transmission Line Monitors by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Distribution Substation Sensors by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Distribution Line Monitors by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Distribution Transformer Sensors by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for AMSs and Analytics Solutions by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Sensing and Monitoring in the T&D Grid, North America
  • Examples of Dissolved Gas Analysis Devices
  • Transmission Grid and Line Voltage in the United States
  • Example of an HV Line Sensor
  • Examples of Distribution Network Sensors
  • Examples of Distribution Feeder Devices
  • Examples of Pole-Top and Pad-Mounted Distribution Transformers, North America
  • Traditional Fault Indicator
  • AHC Information Flow and Analysis

List of Tables

  • Annual Revenue for Power Grid AMCM Devices and Solutions by Category, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Power Grid AMCM Devices and Solutions by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Transmission Substations by Metric, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Transmission Lines by Metric, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Substations by Metric, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Lines by Metric, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Transformers by Metric, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Asset Management Systems, AMaaS, and Analytics Solutions Revenue by Type, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Power Grid AMCM Devices and Solutions by Category, North America: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Transmission Substations by Metric, North America: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Transmission Lines by Metric, North America: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Substations by Metric, North America: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Lines by Metric, North America: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Transformers by Metric, North America: 2014-2023
  • Asset Management Systems, AMaaS, and Analytics Solutions Revenue by Type, North America: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Power Grid AMCM Devices and Solutions by Category, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Transmission Substations by Metric, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Transmission Lines by Metric, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Substations by Metric, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Lines by Metric, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Transformers by Metric, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Asset Management Systems, AMaaS, and Analytics Solutions Revenue by Type, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Power Grid AMCM Devices and Solutions by Category, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Transmission Substations by Metric, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Transmission Lines by Metric, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Substations by Metric, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Lines by Metric, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Transformers by Metric, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Asset Management Systems, AMaaS, and Analytics Solutions Revenue by Type, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Physical Measurement and Applications
  • Other Industry Participants
  • Annual Revenue for Power Grid AMCM Devices and Solutions by Category, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Electrical Measurement and Applications
  • Condition Monitoring in Transmission Substations by Metric, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Transmission Lines by Metric, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Substations by Metric, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Lines by Metric, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Transformers by Metric, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Asset Management Systems, AMaaS, and Analytics Solutions Revenue by Type, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue for Power Grid AMCM Devices and Solutions by Category, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Transmission Substations by Metric, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Transmission Lines by Metric, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Substations by Metric, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Lines, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Condition Monitoring in Distribution Transformers, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Asset Management Systems, AMaaS, and Analytics Solutions Revenue by Type, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
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Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Energy Storage http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/advanced-batteries-for-utility-scale-energy-storage http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/advanced-batteries-for-utility-scale-energy-storage#comments Thu, 13 Feb 2014 21:42:54 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=62316 Smart EnergySmart Utilities
The electricity distribution grid is one of the most complex networks involved in the modern economy. It is also one of the only advanced networks to not have any storage capabilities. Electricity is consumed immediately after it is created. This is changing. The emergence of a new generation of advanced batteries that are safe, low-cost, [...]]]>
Smart EnergySmart Utilities

The electricity distribution grid is one of the most complex networks involved in the modern economy. It is also one of the only advanced networks to not have any storage capabilities. Electricity is consumed immediately after it is created. This is changing. The emergence of a new generation of advanced batteries that are safe, low-cost, and efficient enough to allow for storage on the grid has led to the first instances of large-scale energy storage for the electric distribution network. Although this is happening at the fringes of the network with high-value applications like frequency regulation and demand charge mitigation, it is happening.

The clear market chemistry leader in utility-scale applications of batteries on the grid is lithium ion (Li-ion). These batteries offer the best mix of performance specifications for most energy storage applications. Other battery technologies, however, are not dead. Flow batteries have been shown to excel at long-duration energy storage applications and advanced lead-acid batteries have proven to be excellent performers in power-intensive applications. The Asia Pacific region will see the highest growth in advanced batteries for utility-scale applications during the next 10 years, though growth will also be strong in North America and Europe. Navigant Research forecasts that the annual revenue of cell sales for advanced batteries for utility-scale applications will grow from $221.8 million in 2014 to $17.8 billion in 2023.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market for advanced batteries for utility-scale energy storage. The study examines the business case for various utility-scale energy storage applications and explores the strengths and weaknesses of the major battery chemistries and how they match to specific applications. Global market forecasts for energy capacity, power capacity, and revenue, segmented by region, application, chemistry, and subchemistry, extend through 2023. The report also provides profiles of the key market participants, including major battery manufacturers and systems integrators.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • How much revenue will be earned by the sale of advanced batteries for utility-scale energy storage around the world during the next 10 years?
  • How much energy capacity (in megawatt-hours) of batteries will be sold globally?
  • How much power capacity (in megawatts) of batteries will be sold globally?
  • Which utility-scale energy storage applications will be most appropriate for advanced batteries?
  • How will the advanced battery landscape change during the next 10 years?
  • Which advanced battery chemistries and subchemistries will experience the most growth?
Who needs this report?
  • Battery manufacturers
  • Energy storage systems integrators and project developers
  • Electric utilities
  • Independent power producers
  • Electricity system regulators and policymakers
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Overview

1.2  Technologies Covered in This Report

1.3  Key Findings

2. Market Issues

2.1  Utility Applications for Advanced Batteries

2.1.1   Ancillary Services

   2.1.1.1  Frequency Regulation

   2.1.1.2  Spinning Reserves

   2.1.1.3  Non-Synchronous Reserves

   2.1.1.4  Black-Start

   2.1.1.5  Volt/VAR Support

   2.1.1.6  Voltage Regulation

   2.1.1.7  DR

2.1.2   Peak Shaving

2.1.3   Load Shifting

2.1.4   Renewables Integration

2.1.4.1  Solar Power Cloud Mitigation

2.1.4.2  Wind Ramping Mitigation

2.2  Regional Markets

2.2.1   North America

2.2.1.1  California

2.2.1.2  Other North American Grids

2.2.2   Europe

2.2.2.1  Germany

2.2.2.2  Southern Europe

2.2.3   Asia Pacific

2.2.3.1  China

2.2.3.2  Japan and South Korea

2.2.4   Other Regions

3. Technology Issues

3.1  Overview

3.2  Advanced Battery Specifications

3.3  Battery Management System and Balance-of-System Issues

3.4  Li-ion Batteries

3.4.1   LFP

3.4.2   LMO

3.4.3   LTO

3.4.4   LCO

3.4.5   NCA

3.4.6   NMC

3.5  NaS Batteries

3.6  Sodium Metal Halide Batteries

3.7  Flow Batteries

3.7.1   ZBR

3.7.2   VR

3.7.3   Iron Chromium

3.8  Advanced Lead-Acid Batteries

4. Key Industry Players

4.1  Overview

4.2  Li-ion Manufacturers

4.2.1   Major Li-ion Players

4.2.1.1  BYD Co. Ltd.

4.2.1.2  LG Chem

4.2.1.3  Samsung SDI

4.2.2   Other Li-ion Players

4.2.2.1  A123 Systems

4.2.2.2  ATL

4.2.2.3  Johnson Controls, Inc.

4.2.2.4  Leclanché

4.2.2.5  Lishen

4.2.2.6  Panasonic

4.2.2.7  Saft

4.2.2.8  SK Innovation

4.2.2.9  Toshiba

4.3  Other Battery Chemistry Manufacturers

4.3.1   Aquion Energy

4.3.2   Ecoult

4.3.3   EnerVault

4.3.4   FIAMM SoNick

4.3.5   GE

4.3.6   Imergy Power Systems

4.3.7   NGK Insulators

4.3.8   UET

4.3.9   ZBB Energy

4.4  Other Industry Participants

5. Market Forecasts

5.1  Forecast Methodology

5.2  Total Installed Capacity Forecast

5.2.1   North America

5.2.2   Europe

5.2.3   Asia Pacific

5.2.4   Latin America and the Middle East & Africa

5.3  Battery Chemistry Forecast

5.3.1   Li-ion Forecast

5.3.2   Flow Battery Forecast

5.4  Applications Forecast

5.4.1   Ancillary Services Forecast

5.4.2   Peak Shaving Forecast

5.4.3   Load Shifting Forecast

5.4.4   Renewables Integration Forecast

5.4.5   Other Applications Forecast

5.5  Price Curve Forecast for Advanced Batteries

5.6  Conclusions and Recommendations

5.6.1   Conclusions

5.6.2   Recommendations for Battery Manufacturers

5.6.3   Recommendations for Battery Purchasers

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 Revenue of Cell Sales for Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Cell Price Requirements for Energy Storage Applications and Current and Future Cell Prices, World Markets: 2014
  • Annual Sales of Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications, Energy Capacity and Revenue, North America: 2014-2023
  • Annual Sales of Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications, Energy Capacity and Revenue, Europe: 2014-2023
  • Annual Sales of Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications, Energy Capacity and Revenue, Asia Pacific: 2014-2023
  • Annual Sales of Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications, Energy Capacity and Revenue, Latin America: 2014-2023
  • Annual Sales of Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications, Energy Capacity and Revenue, Middle East & Africa: 2014-2023
  • Market Share of Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications by Chemistry, World Markets: 2014
  • Annual Sales of Li-ion Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications, Energy Capacity and Revenue, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Sales of Flow Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications, Energy Capacity and Revenue, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Sales of Advanced Batteries for Ancillary Services, Energy Capacity and Revenue, by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Sales of Advanced Batteries for Peak Shaving, Energy Capacity and Revenue, by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Sales of Advanced Batteries for Load Shifting, Energy Capacity and Revenue, by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Sales of Advanced Batteries for Renewables Integration, Energy Capacity and Revenue, by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Sales of Advanced Batteries for Other Applications, Energy Capacity and Revenue, by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Lowest Cell Price of Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications by Chemistry, World Markets: 2014, 2017, and 2020
  • Lowest Cell Price of Li-ion Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications by Subchemistry, World Markets: 2014, 2017, and 2020

List of Tables

  • Lithium Iron Phosphate Summary
  • Lithium Manganese Spinel Summary
  • Lithium Titanate Summary
  • Lithium Cobalt Oxide Summary
  • Lithium Nickel Cobalt Aluminum Summary
  • Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt Summary
  • Sodium Sulfur Summary
  • Sodium Metal Halide Summary
  • BYD SWOT Analysis
  • LG Chem SWOT Analysis
  • Samsung SDI SWOT Analysis
  • Other Battery Manufacturers
  • Major Battery Purchasers
  • Annual Energy Capacity of Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Power Capacity of Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue of Cell Sales for Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Energy Capacity of Advanced Batteries for Ancillary Services by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Energy Capacity of Advanced Batteries for Peak Shaving by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Energy Capacity of Advanced Batteries for Load Shifting by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Energy Capacity of Advanced Batteries for Renewables Integration by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Energy Capacity of Advanced Batteries for Other Applications by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Power Capacity of Advanced Batteries for Ancillary Services by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Power Capacity of Advanced Batteries for Peak Shaving by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Power Capacity of Advanced Batteries for Load Shifting by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Power Capacity of Advanced Batteries for Renewables Integration by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Power Capacity of Advanced Batteries for Other Applications by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue of Advanced Batteries for Ancillary Services by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue of Advanced Batteries for Peak Shaving by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue of Advanced Batteries for Load Shifting by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue of Advanced Batteries for Renewables Integration by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue of Advanced Batteries for Other Applications by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Energy Capacity of Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications by Chemistry, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Power Capacity of Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications by Chemistry, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Annual Revenue of Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications by Chemistry, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Lowest Cell Price of Advanced Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications by Chemistry, World Markets: 2014, 2017, and 2020
  • Lowest Cell Price of Li-ion Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications by Subchemistry, World Markets: 2014, 2017, and 2020
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Automated Demand Response http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/automated-demand-response http://www.navigantresearch.com/research/automated-demand-response#comments Wed, 29 Jan 2014 18:59:29 +0000 http://www.navigantresearch.com/?p=61509 Smart Utilities
Demand response (DR) is becoming a growing part of the resource base that electric system operators rely on to maintain reliability on the grid. Market liberalization, economic pressures, and environmental regulations are all moving toward a path of fewer traditional central power plants and more distributed energy resources (DER) to address future energy needs. Advanced [...]]]>
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Demand response (DR) is becoming a growing part of the resource base that electric system operators rely on to maintain reliability on the grid. Market liberalization, economic pressures, and environmental regulations are all moving toward a path of fewer traditional central power plants and more distributed energy resources (DER) to address future energy needs. Advanced technologies can help speed this transition and make it more reliable. Automated demand response (ADR) describes a system that automates the DR dispatch process, from the grid operator to the DR aggregator (if involved) to the end-use customer – all without any manual intervention.

As coal and nuclear plants are retired, clean replacements are needed that can be built in short timeframes. Conversely, as large-scale intermittent renewable resources like wind and solar power fill in this gap, they require backup solutions when the wind is not blowing and the sun is not shining. Both of these situations call for flexible resources, and ADR has great promise to meet these needs. However, a certain segment of the customer population does not want to give up control of its energy usage. There could be security concerns, production concerns in the case of an industrial facility, or comfort concerns for commercial buildings or households. Still, ADR is a viable alternative in both the commercial and industrial (C&I) and residential sectors and can provide more reliable and faster responding DR as a bonus. Navigant Research forecasts that global spending on ADR will grow from $13 million in 2014 to more than $185 million in 2023.

This Navigant Research report examines the global ADR market with a focus on two key sectors: C&I and residential. The study provides an analysis of the market drivers and challenges, as well as the key technologies, related to ADR. Global market forecasts for ADR sites, capacity, and spending, segmented by sector and region, extend through 2023. The report also analyzes the competitive landscape of ADR to identify and highlight the strengths and challenges of key players in the market.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • What are the market drivers for the development and expansion of automated demand response (ADR)?
  • What challenges may inhibit the adoption of ADR?
  • What new technologies are enabling ADR to increase its penetration globally?
  • Who are the major competitors in the commercial and industrial (C&I) and residential ADR arenas?
  • How fast will ADR spending grow in various regions around the world?
Who needs this report?
  • Demand response and energy management systems vendors
  • Curtailment service providers (CSPs)
  • Smart thermostat vendors
  • Large commercial and industrial (C&I) energy users
  • Utilities
  • Independent system operators/regional transmission operators (ISO/RTOs)
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1  Introduction to Automated Demand Response

1.2  Market Opportunities

1.3  Technology Evolution in the ADR Market

1.4  ADR Market Size and Forecast

2. Market Issues

2.1  Definition of Automated Demand Response

2.2  Market Drivers

2.2.1   Capacity/Emergency Programs

2.2.2   Ancillary Services Markets

2.2.3   Changing Generation Mix: Renewable Integration and Fossil/Nuclear Retirements

   2.2.3.1  California

   2.2.3.2  Hawaii

   2.2.3.3  Bonneville Power Administration

   2.2.3.4  International Opportunity

   2.2.3.5  Onsite Renewable Integration

   2.2.3.6  Fossil and Nuclear Plant Retirements

2.2.4   Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)

2.3  Inhibiting Market Forces and Challenges

2.3.1   Unwillingness to Relinquish Control

2.3.2   Lack of Building Automation Systems

2.3.3   Costs

2.4  Global Market Adoption of ADR

2.4.1   United States

2.4.1.1  California

2.4.1.1.1.   California Title 24

2.4.1.2  New York

2.4.1.2.1.   New York City

2.4.1.3  Texas

2.4.2   Canada

2.4.3   United Kingdom

2.4.4   China

2.4.5   Japan

2.4.6   New Zealand

3. Technology Issues

3.1  Introduction

3.2  OpenADR

3.2.1   OpenADR 2.0

3.2.2   International Expansion

3.3  C&I ADR

3.3.1    Constellation’s VirtuWatt Link

3.4  Residential ADR

3.4.1   Thermostats

3.4.1.1  Bring Your Own Thermostat

3.4.2   Window AC Units

3.4.3   Grid-Interactive Electric Water Heating

3.5  DRMSs

3.5.1   DRMS for Wholesale Markets

4. Key Industry Players

4.1  Competitive Landscape

4.2  C&I and Residential ADR Vendors

4.2.1   Honeywell International

4.2.2   Siemens

4.3  C&I ADR Providers

4.3.1   Constellation Energy

4.3.2   Demansys Energy

4.3.3   ENBALA Power Networks

4.3.4   EnerNOC

4.3.5   Johnson Controls, Inc.

4.3.6   Powerit Solutions

4.3.7   REGEN Energy

4.3.8   Schneider Electric

4.4  DRMS Providers

4.4.1   ABB (Ventyx)

4.4.2   Alstom (Utility Integration Solutions)

4.4.3   AutoGrid

4.4.4   EcoFactor

4.4.5   GE Energy

4.4.6   Lockheed Martin

4.4.7   Open Access Technology International, Inc.

4.5  Other Industry Participants

5. Market Forecasts

5.1  Forecast Introduction

5.2  Assumptions Guiding this Forecast

5.2.1   A Note on Report Scope and Market Sizing

5.3  Global ADR Sites

5.4  Global ADR Capacity

5.5  Global ADR Spending

5.5.1   ADR Product and Services Spending

5.6  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

  • ADR Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • ADR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • C&I ADR Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Share of ADR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014
  • Share of ADR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2023
  • Compound Annual Growth Rate of ADR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • C&I ADR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Residential ADR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • ADR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • C&I ADR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Residential ADR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Residential ADR Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Duck Graph of Renewable Energy Integration: 2013-2020
  • OpenADR Members by Country

List of Tables

  • Honeywell SWOT Analysis
  • Siemens SWOT Analysis
  • Constellation SWOT Analysis
  • EnerNOC SWOT Analysis
  • Schneider Electric SWOT Analysis
  • ABB SWOT Analysis
  • Alstom SWOT Analysis
  • AutoGrid SWOT Analysis
  • Other Industry Participants
  • ADR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • C&I ADR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Residential ADR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • ADR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • C&I ADR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Residential ADR Capacity by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • ADR Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • C&I ADR Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Residential ADR Spending by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Share of ADR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014 and 2023
  • Year-to-Year Growth of ADR Sites, World Markets: 2015-2023
  • Compound Annual Growth Rate of ADR Sites by Region, World Markets: 2014-2023
  • Year-to-Year Growth of ADR Spending, World Markets: 2015-2023
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