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Asia-Pacific Transmission and Distribution Outlook Study

Grid Restructuring, Smart-grid Projects, and Microgrids Significantly Influence the T&D Sector in 2015

  • Research Code : P862-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : EG00229-AP-MO_00724
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  • Release Date : 12-Feb-2015
  • Region : Asia Pacific
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In the Asia-Pacific transmission and distribution sector, the initial stages of grid restructuring will take place in countries such as Vietnam and Japan in 2015. In the smart-grid space, Japan and South Korea will continue smart-meter roll-outs. In Australia, grid privatization in Queensland and New South Wales was initiated in 2014 and is expected to be realized in 2015. Countries such as Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines will be investing in grid-expansion projects and grid-reliability improvement projects during 2015. Besides, several microgrid projects are expected to in Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Australia during the year for remote-area electrification purposes.
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