Smart Grid Market Landscape Package

Smart Grid Market Landscape Package
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Report 1

Smart Grid for Africa - A Possible Solution to the Economic Troubles in the Region

This report provides an analysis on smart grid ability to solve the economic problems of Africa. Smart grid technologies can provide solutions for economic growth in African nations. The vast untapped market in Africa is expected to generate significant interest among global vendors of smart grid technologies. The potential of solar energy generation in Africa will draw significant investments, providing a fillip to the regional economy. This potential has already received recognition through the DESERTEC project, which aims to utilize solar energy generated from North African nations to support electricity demand in Europe. Investments in manufacturing plants and services have the potential to create employment opportunities for Africans. Smart grid technologies can facilitate electricity trade between different African nations and boost partnerships between the strife-torn nations of Africa.

Report 2

Smart Grid Landscape in Asia-Pacific – Market Size, Key Issues, Regulations, Investment Analysis and Outlook to 2020

This latest research provides in-depth analysis of smart grid-related developments in Asia-Pacific region. The report covers various aspects of smart grids and related technologies, as well as providing details of market sizing, outlook and competitive landscape analysis. At the outset, the report discusses the investment scenario for smart grids and the related technologies in Asia-Pacific region, taking into consideration the countries actively involved in rolling out smart grid technologies. The report proceeds to explain the smart grid industry’s dynamics in Asia-Pacific region by identifying the key market drivers, challenges and key developments in different regional segments of Asia-Pacific market. The report then goes into further details on the Asia-Pacific markets for smart meters, electric vehicles, high voltage direct current cables, distributed generation and energy storage. The report also provides key policies and standards for smart grid in Asia-Pacific region. The report finally provides an outlook on smart cities, microgrid and other smart grid technologies in Asia-Pacific market.

Report 3

Smart Grid Landscape in Europe - Market Size, Key Issues, Regulations, Investment Analysis and Outlook to 2020

This latest research provides in-depth analysis of smart grid-related developments in Europe. The report covers various aspects of smart grids and related technologies, as well as providing details of market sizing, outlook and competitive landscape analysis. At the outset, the report discusses the investment scenario for smart grids and the related technologies in Europe, taking into consideration the nations actively involved in rolling out smart grid technologies. The report then goes into further detail on the European markets for smart meters, demand response, electric vehicles, distributed generation and energy storage. The report proceeds to explain the smart grid industry’s dynamics in Europe, identifying the key market drivers, standards, policies and technology trends, as well as the key development trends in the European Union (EU) and non-EU nations enabling smart grid development in Europe. The report also provides an outlook on the emergence of smart cities, a super smart grid, microgrids and various other technologies in Europe.

Report 4

Smart Grid Market Opportunity in China will be Difficult to Exploit for Foreign Smart Grid Vendors

This report provides an analysis of the market entry barriers for overseas vendors in Chinese smart grid market. Foreign smart grid vendors are finding it difficult to establish themselves in China, despite the country’s huge smart grid market. Government support and a large consumer base provide numerous smart grid market opportunities, but government preference for local equipment vendors and initiatives aimed at developing the country’s own smart grid standards puts foreign investors at a disadvantage, as evidenced in the low number of mergers, acquisitions and venture financing activities undertaken by overseas smart grid vendors. Other factors further barring the way for foreign investors is a lack of support from their own governments amid the ongoing financial crises in their countries.