2012 Smart Grid Implementation Survey

2012 Smart Grid Implementation Survey
Single User Price: $1,000.00

Summary

There are four main areas considered important when it comes to implementing the Smart Grid Advanced Distribution Management Systems, Consumer Energy Management Solutions, Integrating Renewable Energy Sources and Implementing Advanced Metering Infrastructure. This survey delves into these four areas to determine how much closer to realization the Smart Grid will be.

The information is analyzed and presented in a PowerPoint Format, and includes analysis of responses broken down by utility type and size, and experience level of respondents. Some questions asked are further analyzed to determine the effect utility consultants have on responses. Also included is the raw data used in Excel spreadsheets for easy manipulation and further analysis if desired

Scope

  • Survey identifies and ranks the four main areas based on importance with a 9.6% margin of error
  • How far have utilities invested in these areas to ensure realization of the Smart Grid
  • How synchronized are utilities and utility consultants in their perception of reasons and the extent of implementing the Smart Grid

Professional Respondents

Utility Professional Group
Response Percent
Municipal Utility
21.2%
Public Irrigation District/ Public Utility District
7.7%
Rural Electric Co-operative Utility
12.5%
Federal/Crown Utility
4.8%
State/ Provincial Utility
21.2%
Investor-owned Utility
32.7%

Reason to Buy

  • Gain insight into how utilities view the implementation of Smart Grid
  • Discover efforts being put forth by utilities and the companies they are partnering with in these areas to see a realization of the Smart Grid
  • Discover how utilities view the effectiveness of the current grid and its role for implementing and maintaining the Smart Grid
  • Use available data to customize your own desired analysis