Global Perspective on the Integration of Renewable Energy into the Grid

Rise of the Prosumer and Advent of Smarter Storage Systems Will Spur the Growth of Decentralized Renewable Power

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Over the last decade, the development of renewable energy installations across many countries has surged. Given the stochastic nature of renewable energy sources, some countries are tackling the challenges of integrating larger shares of renewables into their power grid systems. This global market insight looks into some of the best practices adopted by developed countries on their ability to integrate effectively large shares of renewable energy power into the grid as well as understand the changing utility business landscape and evolving trends in storage technologies.

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Global Perspective on the Integration of Renewable Energy into the GridExecutive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Key Findings (continued)CEO’s Perspective—RE MarketOverview—Key Objective and Geographic ScopeRE Market—Key Questions This Study Will Answer Best Practices—Snapshots of Key StrategiesRE Market—Key StrategiesChallenges and ConsequencesEuropean RE Market—OverviewEuropean RE Market—Overview (continued)ENTSO-E—An OverviewNetwork Codes—The 10 Key CodesNetwork Codes—The 10 Key Codes (continued)Design Framework—How Are Renewables Connected?Global Renewable Energy OutlookPolicies and Regulations—Southeast AsiaPolicies and Regulations—South Asia and ANZPolicies and Regulations—The AmericasPolicies and Regulations—The Middle EastPolicies and Regulations—North AfricaPolicies and Regulations—EuropePolicies and Regulations—Key Trends and OutlookRE—Trends and OutlookRE—Global LandscapeRE—Investor’s PerspectiveRE—Investor’s Perspective (continued)Geographical Hotspots—Policies That Drive RE IntegrationRenewable Energy Integration—Utility PerspectiveRE—Challenges Faced by UtilitiesRE Integration Hotspots—Regions, TSOs, and UtilitiesHow Are Utilities Weathering the Storm?Renewable Energy Integration—Best PracticesCase Study 1—GermanyCase Study 1—Germany (continued)Case Study 1—Germany: Key Success FactorsCase Study 1—Germany: Key Success Factors DiscussionCase Study 1—Germany: Key Success Factors Discussion (continued)Case Study 1—Germany: Key Success Factors Discussion (continued)Case Study 1—Germany: Key Success Factors Discussion (continued)Case Study 1—Germany: Key Success Factors Discussion (continued)Case Study 2—DenmarkCase Study 2—Denmark (continued)Case Study 2—Denmark: Key Success FactorsCase Study 2—Denmark: Key Success Factors DiscussionCase Study 2—Denmark: Key Success Factors Discussion (continued)Case Study 2—Denmark: Key Success Factors Discussion (continued)Case Study 3—CaliforniaCase Study 3—California (continued)Case Study 3—California: Key Success FactorsCase Study 3—California: Key Success Factors DiscussionCase Study 3—California: Key Success Factors Discussion (continued)Case Study 3—California: Key Success Factors Discussion (continued)Case Study 3—California: Key Success Factors Discussion (continued)Case Study 3—California: Key Success Factors Discussion (continued)Case Study 3—California: Key Success Factors Discussion (continued)Value Chain Analysis—California’s WayCase Study 4—AustraliaCase Study 4—Australia (continued)Case Study 4—Australia: Key Objectives and Factors (Stocktake Project)Case Study 5—ChinaCase Study 5—China (continued)Case Study 5—China: Key Influencing FactorsCase Study 5—China: Key Influencing Factors (continued)Case Study 6—Japan Case Study 6—Japan (continued)Case Study 6—Japan: Building the Right Strategy Case Study 7—SpainCase Study 7—Spain (continued)Case Study 7—Spain (continued)Case Study 7—Spain (continued)Case Study 7—Spain (continued)Case Study 7—Spain (continued)Case Study 7—Spain (continued)Case Study 8—Singapore Chapter: Microgrid InitiativeOngoing Interconnection Projects—ASEANOngoing Interconnection Projects—EuropeOngoing Interconnection Projects—North AmericaIntegration into the Grid—3 Big Mistakes in EuropeIntegration into the Grid—3 Big Mistakes in Europe (continued)Renewable Energy Integration—TechnologyKey Technologies—Overview Effective Storage Solutions—An OverviewBattery Technology Investment CostWind-to-Hydrogen Project—A Cutting Edge MechanismWind2H2 Project—Key Components ExplainedWind2H2 Project—Key Components Explained (continued)Short-term Wind Forecasting Technology—An OverviewHyRef by IBM—Can Forecasting Get Anymore Interesting?Renewable Energy Integration—TaxonomyKey Stages in RE Integration—Global PerspectivePublic-Private Partnership Scale RE Integration Project—Key Steps across the Value ChainPublic-Private Partnership Scale RE Integration Project—Key Steps across the Value Chain (continued)The Last WordTowards 100% RE IntegrationThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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