NanoMarkets’ Smart Grid Analysis Group has issued a new report on opportunities in the Smart Grid distribution sector. The firm predicts that the global Smart Grid distribution market will approach $8.0 billion in revenues by 2015 driven by the need to automate distribution gear so as to enhance reliability in a world where power generation is highly decentralized and of many different types, and when there are also growing concerns about blackouts and grid security. This new report also prophesies the appearance of a new kind of Smart Grid transformer specially designed to meet the intelligence and efficiency needs of the Smart Grid.
The report titled, “Smart Grid Distribution Equipment Markets,” is the latest in the firm’s on-going coverage of opportunities in the Smart Grid era. The firm will shortly publish additional reports on Smart Grid opportunities in Europe and in Asia. Further details about this and other related reports can be found on the firm’s website at www.nanomarkets.net.
About the Report:
This report analyzes and quantifies the opportunities for firms seeking to exploit the new opportunities emerging in the Smart Grid distribution space. Areas covered include substation and pole-top transformers; substation automation, management and communications, distribution FACTS and fault current limiters. The report is worldwide study and covers the developing markets in North America, Latin America, Europe and the key countries of Asia. There are also detailed profiles of major firms that the firm believes will be the key influencers shaping Smart Grid distribution, as well as eight-year shipment forecasts in both value and volume terms of all the products covered in the study.
Firms mentioned in this report include: 3M, ABB, Alstom, American Superconductor, Beijing Superconductor, BHEL, BPL Global, Cisco, Composite Technology Corporation, Composite Technology Development, Cooper Power Systems, Crompton Greaves, CURRENT group, Eaton Electric, Echelon, Emerson Electric, GE, GridPoint, Guodian Nanjing Automation, Hyundai, Hypertech, IBM, IC Systems, Innopower, Intel, Jiangsu Linyang Electronics, LS Industrial Systems, Mitsubishi, Nexans, Oracle, RuggedCom, S&C, Siemens, Silicon Power, Sieyuan Electric, Silver Spring Networks, Sumitomo, Toshiba, Trilliant, Wasion, Waukesha Electric Systems, Zenergy, and Zhuzhou CSR Times Electric.
About Smart Grid Analysis:
The mission of Smart Grid Analysis is to provide comprehensive and actionable industry analysis of the emerging Smart Grid market that clients can leverage to meet their business and technology objectives. The data is available in our market research reports, white papers and consulting engagements or through one-on-one engagements with our analysts. Visit us on the web at http://www.smartgridanalysis.com.
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