IoT Start-up Tracker: Digital Power and Energy Services

IoT Start-up Tracker: Digital Power and Energy Services

Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) to Support the Future Growth Potential of IoT Platforms

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20-Dec-2023
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Research Code: K900-01-00-00-00
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Operators of electric utilities and distribution systems look for solutions to cut operational expenditure and increase network resiliency.
Frost & Sullivan’s start-up tracker helps ecosystem participants identify providers offering solutions that address industry challenges.
The start-up tracker provides a rich database of start-up and niche players that can transform power and energy services processes and
add value to the end user. Frost & Sullivan selected these companies based on its Best Practices database, alongside secondary research
on worldwide power and energy ecosystem mappings and rankings (e.g., CB Insights, Forbes list) and other regional power and energy services tech mappings and rankings.

Frost & Sullivan made a list of start-ups that focus on IoT power and energy services by region, including different segments: advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), energy efficiency, energy storage management, distributed generation, and electric vehicle (EV) charging. Frost & Sullivan conducted detailed primary interviews with start-ups that stand out in different regions to generate a competitive profile and understand relevant developments, strategies, and value propositions. After screening and analyzing each shortlisted company, Frost & Sullivan assigned an overall score to each start-up using the criteria described in this study.

The IoT space is still in flux. Unlike the more mature ICT markets, the IoT space has significant overlap with other industries, such as automotive, energy, and transportation. A component of the IoT is any product, application, or service that is part of a larger solution comprising the 4 elements below.
• Objects that are virtualized and imbued with data measurement capabilities
• The ability to grant identities to physical and virtual objects
• Interconnections between the objects for monitoring and interaction
• The ability to generate real-time insights from data and incorporate them into existing business processes

To accurately observe and measure IoT-related economic activity, Frost & Sullivan uses this definition to determine whether a technology product, application, or service is part of the IoT industry.

Author: Renato Pasquini

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 Power and Energy Services Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Definition of IoT

Scope of the Study

Research Process and Methodology

Research Process and Methodology (continued)

IoT in Power and Energy Services—Key Topics Covered in this Study

Technology Use in the Digital Power and Energy Services Market

Use and Importance of IoT in the Digital Power and Energy Services

Key Challenges of the Digital Power and Energy Industry

Key Trends Impacting the Digital Energy and Power Industry

Key Trends Impacting the Digital Energy and Power Industry (continued)

Digital Transformation of the Energy and Power Industry

Digital Transformation Journey for Energy and Power Companies

Advanced Metering Infrastructure

AMI for Edge Intelligence

Distribution Automation and Digital Substations

Expanded Ecosystem of Smart Grids

New Utility Use Cases

Diversification of Energy Services

Emerging Technology Roadmap for Sensors in the Smart Grid

Top 4 Growth Opportunities in the Digital Power and Energy Services Market

Critical Success Factors for Growth

Key Competitors (Start-ups) in the Digital Power and Energy Services Market

Scoring Methodology for Competitive Profiles

Innovation Target for Competitive Profiles

Bidgely—Company Profile

Bidgely—Analyst Viewpoint

Corinex—Company Profile

Corinex—Analyst Viewpoint

Energiency—Company Profile

Energiency—Analyst Viewpoint

METRON—Company Profile

METRON—Analyst Viewpoint

Fox IoT—Company Profile

Fox IoT—Analyst Viewpoint

Growth Opportunity 1: IoT Platforms to Streamline the Implementation of Digital Power and Energy Solutions

Growth Opportunity 1: IoT Platforms to Streamline the Implementation of Digital Power and Energy Solutions (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: IoT Devices for Advanced Communication at the Grid Edge

Growth Opportunity 2: IoT Devices for Advanced Communication at the Grid Edge (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: IoT Professional Services for Improved Power and Energy Outcomes

Growth Opportunity 3: IoT Professional Services for Improved Power and Energy Outcomes (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Managed IoT Connectivity Services for Smart Grid and DR-ready Solutions

Growth Opportunity 4: Managed IoT Connectivity Services for Smart Grid and DR-ready Solutions (continued)

List of Exhibits

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Operators of electric utilities and distribution systems look for solutions to cut operational expenditure and increase network resiliency. Frost & Sullivan s start-up tracker helps ecosystem participants identify providers offering solutions that address industry challenges. The start-up tracker provides a rich database of start-up and niche players that can transform power and energy services processes and add value to the end user. Frost & Sullivan selected these companies based on its Best Practices database, alongside secondary research on worldwide power and energy ecosystem mappings and rankings (e.g., CB Insights, Forbes list) and other regional power and energy services tech mappings and rankings. Frost & Sullivan made a list of start-ups that focus on IoT power and energy services by region, including different segments: advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), energy efficiency, energy storage management, distributed generation, and electric vehicle (EV) charging. Frost & Sullivan conducted detailed primary interviews with start-ups that stand out in different regions to generate a competitive profile and understand relevant developments, strategies, and value propositions. After screening and analyzing each shortlisted company, Frost & Sullivan assigned an overall score to each start-up using the criteria described in this study. The IoT space is still in flux. Unlike the more mature ICT markets, the IoT space has significant overlap with other industries, such as automotive, energy, and transportation. A component of the IoT is any product, application, or service that is part of a larger solution comprising the 4 elements below. Objects that are virtualized and imbued with data measurement capabilities The ability to grant identities to physical and virtual objects Interconnections between the objects for monitoring and interaction The ability to generate real-time insights from data and incorporate them into existing business processes To accurately observe and measure IoT-related economic activity, Frost & Sullivan uses this definition to determine whether a technology product, application, or service is part of the IoT industry. Author: Renato Pasquini
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Keyword 1 Digital Power and Energy Services
Keyword 2 Power and Energy Market
Keyword 3 Energy Services Market
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WIP Number K900-01-00-00-00