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Analysis of the North American Transmission and Distribution (T&D) Services Market

Increased Investment to Bring about Opportunities

  • Research Code : NDE0-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : EG00176-NA-MR_00671
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  • Release Date : 14-May-2014
  • Region : North America
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Pressure to reduce costs, improve revenues, and become more competitive has prompted investor-owned utilities to utilize outsourcing transmission and distribution (T&D) services. Recent winter storms, which hit the states between 2012 and 2013, prompted utilities to invest rugged T&D infrastructure. Furthermore, the addition of renewable power on the grid utilities to reevaluate the current network infrastructure, including microprocessor-enabled power distribution equipment that can swiftly react to intermittencies and other variations caused by renewable power. This study evaluates 3 different types of T&D services offered to the market including engineering and consultancy, construction, operations, and maintenance.
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