Dublin (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
Research and Markets has announced the addition of Smart Grid Technology Investment: Forecasts for 2012-2030 to their offering.
Around the world utilities will invest billions of dollars over the next 20 years in deploying their smart grids, creating opportunities for hardware, software and services companies worldwide. This report identifies the major areas of capital and operational expenditure, and pinpoints the key opportunities for technology suppliers along the smart grid value chain.
This new report, Smart Grid Technology Investment: Forecasts for 2012-2030 - New Research Report Announced by Research and Markets, includes an assessment of the drivers and barriers to smart grid deployment, and how these will influence market evolution. It also identifies the principal areas of technology investment in the smart grid, in terms of capital and operational expenditure. A commentary on the key trends and drivers for each type of smart grid technology is provided as well as detailed global forecasts for investment in smart grid technologies over the period 2012 to 2030.
Smart Grid Technology Investment: Forecasts for 2012-2030 answers your key questions:
- How much will utilities worldwide invest in building their smart grids?
- What are the key drivers and inhibitors of smart grid development?
- How many smart meters will be installed, and where will they be rolled out most quickly?
- How much will each smart grid technology segment be worth to suppliers in the coming years?
- Which countries will spend the most on smart grid technologies, and why?
- How much will it cost utilities to maintain and operate their smart grid infrastructure once it is installed?
This report will be especially useful to; Smart meter manufacturers, Distribution/substation automation vendors, IT vendors, Communications network suppliers, Public telecoms operators and Investors.
Country forecasts are included for: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States
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