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Smart Grid Stakeholder Analysis - Economic Impact of Smart Grid Technology Deployments

Published By :

GlobalData

Published Date : Nov 2011

Category :

Smart Grid

No. of Pages : 62


GlobalData\'s report Smart Grid Stakeholder Analysis - Economic Impact of Smart Grid Technology Deployments provides an insight into the financial effects of the deployment of smart grid technologies on its stakeholders: consumers, utilities, the technology vendors and financial institutions. The report provides information on the financial implications related to the deployment of smart grid technologies such as their impact on the monthly electricity bills of customers, the scope for revenue generation for customers, the impact on the capital investments of utilities, and other aspects. The report also provides insights on case studies involving cost-and-benefit analysis of deployment of smart grid technologies. A stakeholder in this context is defined as a person, group or organization that can affect or be affected by utilities decisions, objectives and policies due to a direct or indirect stake in the utility. Key stakeholders for smart grids include consumers, utilities, governments, policy makers, regulators, technology vendors, environmental groups, employees and societies as a whole. The report also provides case studies on the impact of smart grid technology deployments on different stakeholder.

Scope

  • Global coverage of key case studies to analyze economic impact
  • Economic Impact of Deployment on consumers
  • Economic Impact of Deployment on power utilities
  • Economic Impact of Deployment on technology vendors
  • Economic Impact of Deployment on investment banks and venture capital firms

Reasons to buy

  • Facilitate decision-making based on information on cost and benefits related to smart grid technology deployments.
  • Develop strategies for market penetration and product development.
  • Position yourself to gain maximum advantage from the smart grid technology markets growth potential.
  • Identify key partners and business development avenues.
Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 2
1.1 List of Tables 3
1.2 List of Figures 4

2 Introduction 5
2.1 Overview 5
2.2 Smart Grid Stakeholders 5
2.2.1 Consumers as Stakeholders in Smart Grid 5
2.2.2 Utilities as Stakeholders in Smart Grid 6
2.2.3 Technology Vendors as Stakeholders in Smart Grid 6
2.2.4 Government and Policymakers as Stakeholders in Smart Grid 7
2.2.5 Investments Banks and Venture Capital firms as stakeholders in Smart Grid 7
2.3 GlobalData Report Guidance 8

3 Impact of Smart Grid Deployment on Global Economies 9
3.1 Smart Grid Technology Lowers Inflation by Reducing Imported Crude 9
3.2 Smart Grid Technology Creates Opportunity for Economic Growth 12
3.3 Smart Grid Technology Will Create New Environmental Benefits 13

4 Economic Impact of Smart Grid Technology Deployments on Consumers 18
4.1 Impact on Monthly Electricity Bill 19
4.2 Scope for Revenue Generation 21
4.2.1 Incentive-based programs 21
4.2.2 Net Metering 22
4.3 Impact on Industrial Productivity 23
4.3.1 Lowered Likelihood of Rotating Outages Emerging from Blackouts and Brownouts 23
4.3.2 Improving Industrial Productivity through Efficient Use of Energy and Cost Saving 24
4.4 Impact on Consumer Participation in the Power Delivery Mechanism 25
4.5 Case Studies 27
4.5.1 NetApp Case Study 27
4.5.2 Ozarks Electric Cooperative Case Study 27

5 Economic Impact of Smart Grid Technology Deployments on Utilities 28
5.1 Impact on Capital Investments 30
5.1.1 Impact on Generation Assets 30
5.1.2 Impact on Transmission and Distribution (T&D) Infrastructure 30
5.1.3 Revenue Decoupling 31
5.1.4 Impact on Capital Investment from Energy Storage 31
5.2 Impact on Operation and Maintenance Cost 31
5.2.1 Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) 31
5.2.2 Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) 32
5.2.3 High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) 32
5.2.4 Flexible Alternating Current Transmissions System (FACTS) 32
5.2.5 Wide Area Monitoring Systems (WAMS) 33
5.2.6 Distribution Management Systems (DMS) 33
5.3 Impact on Revenues from Transmission and Distribution Loss Reduction 34
5.4 Scope for Revenue Generation through Certified Emission Reductions 35
5.5 Case Studies 36
5.5.1 City of Palo Alto Case Study 36
5.5.2 nPower Case Study 36

6 Economic Impact of Smart Grid Technology Deployments on Vendors 37
6.1 Economic Impact on Smart Grid Technology Vendors of Products and Services 38
6.1.1 Impact on Vendors of Distributed Energy Devices 38
6.1.2 Impact of Smart Grid on Energy Storage Devices Vendors 39
6.1.3 Impact on Home Area Network Vendors 40
6.1.4 Impact on Appliance Vendors 42
6.1.5 Impact on Information Technology Vendors 43
6.1.6 Impact on Vehicle Manufacturers 44
6.1.7 Impact on Telecom Players 45
6.1.8 Impact on Back Office Service Providers 47

7 Economic Impacts of smart Grid Technology Deployments on Investment Banks and Venture Capital Firms 48
7.1 Economic Impact on Investment Banks 48
7.1.1 Increased Scope for Mergers and Acquisitions 48
7.1.2 Increased Need for Fund Raising through Public to Meet Expansion Needs 50
7.2 Economic Impact on Venture Capital Firms 52
7.3 Case Studies 55

8 Appendix 57
8.1 Market Definitions 57
8.2 Abbreviations 58
8.3 Methodology 60
8.3.1 Coverage 60
8.3.2 Secondary Research 61
8.3.3 Primary Research 61
8.3.4 Modeling and Forecasting 61
8.4 Contact Us 61
8.5 Disclaimer 62

List of Table


Table 1: Crude Oil market, Global, The Effects of a $10 Permanent Oil Price Increase on Inflation (Percentage Point difference from baseline), 2005-2014 9
Table 2: Smart Grid Market, Global, Oil Consumption Saved by Using PHEV, Million Gallons Per year, 2012-2050 11
Table 3: Smart Grid Market, Global, Emission Reductions by Smart Grid (Gt), 2015-2050 14
Table 4: Smart Grid Market, Global, CO2 Emission Reduction Potential (Gigatons per Year), 2015 15
Table 5: Smart Grid Market, Global, CO2 Emission Reduction Potential (Gigatons per Year), 2030 16
Table 6: Smart Grid Market, Global, CO2 Emission Reduction Potential (Gigatons per Year), 2050 17
Table 7: Smart Grid Market, US, Average Consumer Monthly Electricity Savings, 2002-2006 19
Table 8: Smart Grid Market, the US, Average Business Loss by Time Length ($), 2011, 23
Table 9: Smart Grid Market, the US, Residential Electricity Consumer Base (%), 2006-2010 25
Table 10: Smart Grid Market, the US, Benefits Gained by NetApps from the Installation of Smart Grid Technologies, 2008 27
Table 11: Smart Grid Market, the US, Benefits Gained by Baldar Electrics Company from Installation of Smart Grid Technologies, 2002 27
Table 12: Energy Market, Global, Total Energy Consumption (Million Tons of Oil Equivalent, 2005-2030 29
Table 13: Smart Grid Market, the US, Impact of Smart Grid on Transmission and Distribution Loss Reduction ($bn), 2005 and 2011 34
Table 14: Smart Grid Market, US, Benefits Incurred by City of Palo Alto, 2010 36
Table 15: Smart Grid Market, the UK, Benefits Incurred by nPower, 2010 36
Table 16: Smart Grid Market, the US, Number of Smart Grid Project Grants by Technology, 2009 37
Table 17: Smart Grid Market, Global, Availability of Distributed Energy Resources, 2011 38
Table 18: Energy Storage Market, Global, ARRA-funded Energy Storage Technology Demonstration Projects, 2009 40
Table 19: Demand Response Market, Global, Capacity Under Management (MW), 20092020 41
Table 20: Smart Grid, Mergers & Acquisitions, 2011 48
Table 21: Smart Grid, Global, Mergers and Acquisitions, 2011 (Until July) 49
Table 22: List of Smart Grid Initial Public Offerings involving Investment Banks, 2004-2018 51
Table 23: Venture Capital Funding, Number of Deals and Value ($m), 2005-2011) 53
Table 24: Venture Capital Funding, Number of Deals and Value ($m), Q1 and Q2 2011 54
Table 25: Smart Grid Market, Global, List of Venture Capital Funding, 2011 55
Table 26: List of Abbreviations 58

List of Chart


Figure 1: Crude Oil Market, US, Consumption Comparison between Conventional and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles, 2010 10
Figure 2: Smart Grid Market, Global, Oil Consumption Saved by Using PHEV (Million Gallons Per Year), 2012-2050 11
Figure 3: Smart Grid Market, Global, Schematic Representation of Various Smart Grid Technologies Affecting the Global Economy, 2011 12
Figure 4: Smart Grid Market, Global, Emission Reductions in Blue Map (%), 2015-2050 14
Figure 5: Smart Grid Market, Global, CO2 Emission Reduction Potential (Gt per Year), 2015 15
Figure 6: Smart Grid Market, Global, CO2 Emission Reduction Potential (Gigatons per Year), 2030 16
Figure 7: Smart Grid Market, Global, CO2 Emission Reduction Potential (Gigaton per Year), 2050 17
Figure 8: Smart Grid Market, the US, Energy Use by Segment (%), 2010 20
Figure 9: Smart Grid Market, Global, Expected Increase in Electricity Generation from DER (%), 2010-2050 22
Figure 10: Energy Market, Global, Total Energy Consumption (Million Tons of Oil Equivalent), 2005-2030 29
Figure 11: Smart Grid Market, the US, Impact of Smart Grid on Transmission and Distribution Loss Reduction ($bn), 2005 and 2011 34
Figure 12: Demand Response Market, Global, Capacity Under Management (MW), 20092020 41
Figure 13: Smart Grid, Mergers and Acquisitions in 2011 (Until July) 49
Figure 14: Venture Capital Funding, Number of Deals and Value ($m), 2005-2011 53
Figure 15: Venture Capital Funding, Number of Deals and Value ($m), Q1 and Q2 2011 54

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