North American Substation Integration and Automation Market

 

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This study discuss the existing current market dynamics, implications of the market forces and industry challenges during the forecast period (2010-2016) are analyzed. The Industry analysis includes regulation, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) grants and the use of communication protocols. The market analysis is done based on the project type and product type segmentations. The project type includes greenfield and retrofit projects. The product type analysis is done by the segmentation of substation IEDs and software and communication technologies. Geographically the North American market is defined as US and Canada. Market share and Industry structure are further analysed in this study.

Table of Contents

North American Substation Integration and Automation Market, Executive SummarySummary FolderExecutive SummaryNorth American Substation Integration and Automation Market, North American Substation Integration and Automation Market AnalysisMarket OverviewIntroductionMarket DefinitionMarket SegmentationMarket Engineering MeasurementsIndustry ChallengesMarket ForcesMarket DriversMarket RestraintsMarket Forecasts and AnalysisRegulatory AnalysisU.S. Smart Grid Investment Grant for Substation Integration and Automation (2009)Communication Protocol AnalysisMarket Revenue ForecastsNorth American Substation Integration and Automation Market, Market Trends and Market Share AnalysisMarket TrendsProject Type AnalysisTotal Substation IED Market AnalysisTotal Software & Communication Technologies Market Analysis'Competitive AnalysisIndustry StructureMarket Share AnalysisNorth American Substation Integration and Automation Market, AppendixDecision Support DatabaseLength of Transmission and Distribution NetworksNet Electricity ConsumptionElectricity Installed CapacityTransmission and Distribution Losses as a Percentage of Total OutputNumber of Manufacturing Units




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