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Electricity Transmission and Distribution Report and Database, 2019

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Electricity Transmission and Distribution Report and Database, 2019
Published: June 17, 2019 Content info:
Description

T&D networks are continuously evolving in both size and nature. They must grow in order to cope with ever rising demand. In the past where it was a matter of adding more lines, transformers and ancillary equipment, today the technology of the systems is often able to substitute increased sophistication for physical growth, or to reduce the additions required by making the system more efficient.

This NRG Expert Database and accompanying report allow you to make key business decisions based on our forecasts and analysis of the Electricity T&D Market. Our team of analysts, backed by the vast data we have collected, have created this industry analysis and forecast data to 2023 for key sectors of the industry.

The Database

The database is the main focus of the product and as such contains the important forecast information and current figures. The database consists of 1 Global Data Summary and 9 individual Region Microsoft® Excel (.xlsx) files.

Countries Covered in the Database

Note: A circle (o) denotes that the data set is included. An asterisk (*) denotes that the data may be partially available or in a non-standard format. A dash (-) means that we do not have data for this category, in the country listed.






Companies Mentioned in the 2019 T&D Report:

  • ABB
  • AEG
  • E.On
  • Électricité de France (EDF)
  • GE Power
  • Landis+Gyr
  • RWE
  • Schneider Electric
  • Siemens
Table of Contents
Product Code: NRGTDR9

Table of Contents

  • Terms, Definitions, and Methodology Accompanying the Database
  • Transmission and Distribution Sectors
    • Cables > 1kV
    • Towers
    • Insulators and Fittings
    • Transformers
    • Switchgear
    • Power Systems
    • Utility Automation
  • Forecasting and Modelling approach
    • Methodology
  • The History of the Electrical Supply Industry
    • The Early Origins
    • Parallel Developments
    • The First Networks
    • Regional Evolution of Networks
    • International Collaboration and Unification
  • National Historic Development of Transmission and Distribution Networks for Selected Countries
    • Germany
    • The United States
    • Great Britain
    • France
  • The Current State of Global Transmission Networks
    • Interconnections
    • International Transmission Grids
      • Technological Barriers
      • Future Interconnectivity
    • Undergrounding
      • Technical Aspects
      • AC Underground Cables
      • DC Underground Cables
  • Technological Developments and the Smart Grid
    • Developments and impacts of the smart grid on Transmission and Distribution Systems Storage
    • Microgrids and Distributed Generation
    • Asset Management and Infrastructure Maximization
  • Future Outlook
    • Line Lengths
    • Capital Expenditure
    • Annual Demand Sectors
  • Transmission and Distribution Industry Players
  • Major Manufacturers and Industry Players
    • ABB
    • GE Power
    • Schneider
    • Siemens
    • European Market Shares for Major Manufacturers
    • Asian Market Shares for Major Manufacturers
    • North American Market Shares for Major Manufacturers
  • Sources

Tables

  • Table 1: Global Rank by Size of Transmission and Distribution Networks in 2018
  • Table 2: European Market Shares in terms of Value for Major Manufacturers
  • Table 3: Asian Market Shares in terms of Value for Major Manufacturers
  • Table 4: North American Market Shares in terms of Value for Major Manufacturers

Figures

  • Figure 1: Transmission and Distribution Network Length by Region (km)
  • Figure 2: Screenshot of ENTSO-E Website showing a large portion of the grid network of Europe
  • Figure 3: Installed Transmission Line Length by Region (km)
  • Figure 4: Installed Distribution Line Length by Region (km)
  • Figure 5: Global Development of Capital Expenditure 2018-2023 (million US$)
  • Figure 6: Annual Demand Breakdown by Sector
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