Digital Grid Country Attractiveness Index

Digital Grid Country Attractiveness Index

A Comprehensive Ranking of Countries Based on the Current Energy Market Scenario and Potential Growth Opportunities in the Distributed Energy and Digital Landscape

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21-Nov-2023
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Although much of the focus on grid investment relates to hardware, there is a growing awareness of how important it is to increase the overall intelligence of the grid. Frost & Sullivan’s Digital Grid Attractiveness Index analyzes and ranks countries based on how attractive they are for digital grid developments in terms of implementing improvements in a number of different areas. These include the distribution grid operation (such as the installation of smart meters and minimizing distribution losses), accommodating distributed energy resources (DER) (such as distributed solar PV and battery energy storage), adopting demand-side management solutions (such as demand response, energy efficiency measures, and microgrids) and enhancing grid resiliency and reliability. Frost & Sullivan has selected 56 country markets representing all regions—45 of the 50 largest economies. Of these, 21 of the countries have been profiled, and they have been selected to provide a representative overview of countries at different stages of their digital journeys.

Author: Maria Benintende

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Digital Grid Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Research Scope

Digital Grid Attractiveness Index—Methodology

Digital Grid Technologies—Definitions

Distribution Grids Are at the Center of the Energy Digital Transformation

The Future of Electric Utilities: A Vision to 2030

The Journey to Digital Grids

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Grid Modernization Funding

Grid Modernization: AMI Deployment

Distributed Energy Resources

Distributed Energy Resources: Key Countries

Demand Side Management: Digital Enablers

Demand Side Management

Resiliency and Reliability Urgency

Digital Grid Country Attractiveness Index

Global Digital Grid Attractiveness Index

Regional Highlights: Americas

Regional Highlights: Europe

Regional Highlights: Asia

Regional Highlights: Africa and Middle East

Netherlands

Australia

Sweden

United Kingdom

United States

Italy

Spain

Japan

China

Germany

Colombia

Brazil

Saudi Arabia

Chile

India

Republic of Korea

United Arab Emirates

Malaysia

Vietnam

South Africa

Egypt

Growth Opportunity 1: Distributed Intelligence to Move from Sensing to Actuating 

Growth Opportunity 1: Distributed Intelligence to Move from Sensing to Actuating (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Beyond SaaS—XaaS Will Streamline theImplementation of Digital Solutions

Growth Opportunity 2: Beyond SaaS—XaaS Will Streamline theImplementation of Digital Solutions (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Strengthen Cloud Computing Capabilities to Streamline Digital Transformation

Growth Opportunity 3: Strengthen Cloud Computing Capabilities to Streamline Digital Transformation (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Distributed Cybersecurity for Grid Reliability 

Growth Opportunity 4: Distributed Cybersecurity for Grid Reliability (continued)

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Although much of the focus on grid investment relates to hardware, there is a growing awareness of how important it is to increase the overall intelligence of the grid. Frost & Sullivan s Digital Grid Attractiveness Index analyzes and ranks countries based on how attractive they are for digital grid developments in terms of implementing improvements in a number of different areas. These include the distribution grid operation (such as the installation of smart meters and minimizing distribution losses), accommodating distributed energy resources (DER) (such as distributed solar PV and battery energy storage), adopting demand-side management solutions (such as demand response, energy efficiency measures, and microgrids) and enhancing grid resiliency and reliability. Frost & Sullivan has selected 56 country markets representing all regions 45 of the 50 largest economies. Of these, 21 of the countries have been profiled, and they have been selected to provide a representative overview of countries at different stages of their digital journeys. Author: Maria Benintende
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