Disruptive Forces of Distributed Generation

Disruptive Forces of Distributed Generation

Managing Smart Grid Flexibility

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24-May-2016
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Global
Research Code: 9AAE-00-1D-00-00
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Handling new generation power and balancing supply and demand, monitoring, and forecasting are some key functions adding complexity to distributors' new role. Meeting those challenges requires the adoption of national and trans-national legislation and large-scale investments. Embracing those changes will increase the stability of grids and also yield great economic rewards for solution providers. This report touches upon the key technologies that are likely to be demanded by distributors in regions where the share of DG continues to increase. It also highlights country-specific stability dynamics influencing the scale of investments required to reach more stable grid conditions.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary—CEO’s Perspective

Changing Power Grid

Changing Power Grid (continued)

Changing Role of DSOs

Transformational Trends Driving Change for DSOs

Snapshot of Energy Storage

Developments in Energy Storage

Entry of New Market Players

Smart Meter Deployment

Growth of Distributed Generation

Growth of Distributed Generation (continued)

Growth of Distributed Generation (continued)

Current Areas Experiencing High Growth and Penetration of Distributed Generation

Current Areas Experiencing High Growth and Penetration of Distributed Generation (continued)

Future Geographic Hotspots for Distributed Generation

Future Geographic Hotspots for Distributed Generation (continued)

Impact of Distributed Generation on the Grid

Impact of Distributed Generation on the Grid (continued)

Key Challenges for Distribution Grid Operators

Key Challenges for Distribution Grid Operators (continued)

Key Challenges for Distribution Grid Operators (continued)

Key Challenges for Distribution Grid Operators (continued)

Key Challenges for Distribution Grid Operators (continued)

Distribution Grid Solutions

Distribution Grid Solutions (continued)

Distribution Grid Solutions (continued)

Concrete Technical Challenges

Key Enablers for the Proliferation of DG

Examples of Key Technologies and Applications for DSOs

Distribution Automation Market

Deployment of Sensors

DG-related Investment Attractiveness of Europe

Case Study—Denmark

Case Study—California (US)

Three Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Abbreviations and Acronyms Used

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Handling new generation power and balancing supply and demand, monitoring, and forecasting are some key functions adding complexity to distributors' new role. Meeting those challenges requires the adoption of national and trans-national legislation and large-scale investments. Embracing those changes will increase the stability of grids and also yield great economic rewards for solution providers. This report touches upon the key technologies that are likely to be demanded by distributors in regions where the share of DG continues to increase. It also highlights country-specific stability dynamics influencing the scale of investments required to reach more stable grid conditions.
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Author Karsten Deubel
Industries Energy
WIP Number 9AAE-00-1D-00-00
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