T&D networks are continuously evolving in both size and nature as they grow in
order to cope with ever-rising demand. The T&D Infrastructure sector has seen
some changes in recent years as a result. In many mature markets, the balance
of the market has shifted from new installations towards refurbishment and
replacement, while developing nations focus on new installations. The global
market, therefore, is driven by various discrete dynamics.
The Global Power Infrastructure report provides valuable context and
additional insight into this market and consists of several sections. A
detailed historical overview discusses the origins of the electrical supply
industry, which provides the basis for a discussion of today's market factors
and the future of the infrastructure sector. Our definition of the
Infrastructure sector is also included, along with an illustration of our
annual demand data (forecasted to 2016) and intelligence on infrastructure
This NRG Expert report and database allows you to make key business decisions
based on our forecasts and analysis of the electricity T&D infrastructure
market. Our team of analysts, backed by the vast data we have collected, have
created this industry analysis and forecasted data to 2016.
The database is the main focus of the product and as such contains the
important forecast information and current figures. The database consists of a
Global Data Set with the following sections:
Global Data Summary
The Global Data Summary file contains three tabs:
- Annual Demand
- MVA Capacity
The Annual Demand tab shows a regional and by-country overview of the annual
demand 2011 actual figures and forecasts for 2012-2016 in 2011 United States
Dollars (USD) broken down into the annual demand for Transformers, Switchgear,
The Capex tab follows a similar format as the Annual Demand tab and shows
Capital Expenditure in the T&D industry by country presenting 2011 actual and
2012-2016 forecast figures in 2011 USD.
The MVA Capacity tab provides data for world regions and individual nations.
Figures provided include 2011 actual and 2012-2016 forecast figures in 2011