North American Distributed Generation End-User Survey

 

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North American Distributed Generation End-User Survey, Executive SummarySummary of FindingsSummary of FindingsEnd-User Group IEnd-User Group IISuggestions for Future ResearchStrategic Product Positioning ResearchNorth American Distributed Generation End-User Survey, The Distributed Generation IndustryDistributed Generation Distributed Generation Industry DevelopmentDecentralized Electricity Generation: A Brief History Industry IssuesIndustry IssuesEnd-User IssuesEnd-User IssuesReliability and the End UserRegulatory and Legal Issues Application IssuesBaseload Applications Peak Load ApplicationsMarket DriversMarket DriversMajor Market DriversMarket RestraintsMarket RestraintsMajor Market RestraintsMarket ChallengesMarket ChallengesMajor Market ChallengesGlossary of TermsGlossary of TermsNorth American Distributed Generation End-User Survey, Study BackgroundOverviewOverviewObjectivesObjectivesResearch MethodologySurvey DesignData CollectionData CollectionData ProcessingNorth American Distributed Generation End-User Survey, Overall Findings of the Distributed Generation Market End-User Group IOverviewOverviewSummary of Key FindingsUtility End-User DemographicsAnnual RevenuesEmployeesEnd-User ClassificationGeographic Location by RegionPerceived Affects of Deregulation on the North American Electric Power SystemFuture Business PlansAffects on Customer Base Attitudes Toward Specific Distributed Generation Technologies Attitudes Toward Specific Distributed Generation Technologies Level of Interest in Fuel CellsCombustion TurbinesLevel of Interest In Reciprocating EnginesLevel of Interest in Photovoltaic ArraysPrice Comparison Between TechnologiesBenefits of Distributed GenerationDistributed Generation Supplier AttributesApplications for Which Distributed Generation Will Be UsedFuel SupplyImportant Product FeaturesIssuesStrategies for Competing in a Deregulated Electric Power IndustryStrategies for Competing in a Deregulated Electric Power IndustryTransmission CapacityGeographic ExpansionPackaged ServicesGeneration CapacityNorth American Distributed Generation End-User Survey, Overall Findings of the Distributed Generation Market End-User Group IIOverviewOverviewSummary of Key FindingsIndustry and Commercial Establishment End-User DemographicsAnnual RevenuesEmployeesEnd-User ClassificationGeographic Location by RegionDeregulation StatusYear in Which Deregulation Will Commence In StateOpportunity to Select Energy ProviderYear in Which Company Will Have Opportunity to Select an Electrical ProviderCompany Electricity RatesJob Title of RespondentsImpact of DeregulationCompetition for CustomersReduced Electrical RatesIndustrial Companies are in Favor of DeregulationConcerns Surrounding DeregulationCurrent Electrical Services Distributed Generation Technology and Applications Currently Used by Industrial and Commercial CompaniesFuel PreferenceDistributed Generation PlansDistributed Generation PlansPower Output NeededTechnologies That Will be UsedInterest in Reciprocating Engines Is Declining Among Industrial and Commercial End UsersInterest in Combustion Turbines Is Increasing Among Industrial and Commercial End UsersInterest in Fuel Cells Is Increasing Among Industrial and Commercial End UsersInterest in Photovoltaics Is Declining Among Industrial and Commercial End UsersPrice Comparison of Distributed Generation TechnologiesImportant Product CapabilitiesService and Maintenance PreferencesPermitting RequiredNorth American Distributed Generation End-User Survey, Strategies and RecommendationsStrategies and RecommendationsStrategies and RecommendationsStrategies for Distributed Generation ManufacturersStrategies for Distributed Generation ManufacturersEducate Industrial and Commercial End UsersTarget High Rate StatesCompetitive Bench MarkingForm Partnerships With Energy Providers Get to Know Customers and What They NeedGet Involved in Industry OrganizationsStrategies for Electric Utilities and Other Energy Service ProvidersStrategies for Electric Utilities and Other Energy Service ProvidersEducate Current and Potential Customers About DeregulationBuild Relationship with CustomersHelp Your Customer to Increase His Value AddedStrategies for Industrial and Commercial Establishments Strategies for Industrial and Commercial Establishments Educate Yourself About Electrical Alternative




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