Opportunity Analysis of Sensors in Power Generation and Smart Grids

Opportunity Analysis of Sensors in Power Generation and Smart Grids

Industry Requirements and IoT Drive Growth

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29-Nov-2016
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Sensors undertake multiple tasks in the power industry. They maintain equipment efficiency in power generation and speed up power flow in the transmission lines. Sensors ensure safety and generate alerts in case of any impending mishaps. Sensors play a vital role in monitoring the health of both the generating machinery and smart grid infrastructure. Sensors enable intelligence of control systems. Power companies’ future focus is to ensure two-way power flow and efficient line ratings and achieve power balance in the grid. Radiation detection sensors have been effective in ensuring safety by monitoring radiation around nuclear power plants and perpetuating corrective measures. Sensors help monitor effluents such as carbon and sulfur in coal- and oil-based power generation plants. The implementation of regulations indirectly determines sensor deployments. Continuous research is leading to the development of new and combined sensors for different applications. Sensors are gradually becoming predictive in nature, ensuring accident-free, pollution-free, and highly efficient and clean power generation.

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Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Key Findings—Assessment of Sensors in Power Generation and Smart Grids

Market Engineering Measurements

CEO’s Perspective

Market Definitions

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Overview—Power Generation and Smart Grids

Generation to Consumption—Flow of Electric Power from Various Sources

Segment Analysis

Key Industry Challenges—Power Generation

Key Industry Challenges—Power Generation Explained

Key Industry Challenges—Power Generation Explained (continued)

Key Industry Challenges—Smart Grids

Key Industry Challenges—Smart Grids Explained

Market Drivers

Drivers Explained

Drivers Explained (continued)

Drivers Explained (continued)

Drivers Explained (continued)

Market Restraints

Restraints Explained

Restraints Explained (continued)

Market Engineering Measurements

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Percent Revenue Breakdown by Segment

Market Distribution Channels

Distribution Channel Analysis

Stakeholders in Power Generation

Power Generation—Stakeholders’ Role and Impact

Sensors in Power Generation Market—Life Cycle Analysis

Factors Deciding Price for Sensors in Power Generation and Smart Grids

Pricing Trends

Pricing Trends (continued)

Pricing Analysis

Industry Overview

Alternative Power Sources—Types of Energy Source

Market Engineering Measurements

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Region

Revenue Forecast by Region

Need for Generating Power Using Alternative Sources

Electricity Generation Cost Estimation—Alternative and Renewable Energy

Power Generation Sensor Types

Power Generation Sensor Types (continued)

Power Generation Sensor Types (continued)

Power Generation Sensor Types (continued)

Power Generation Sensor Types (continued)

Sensors in Power Generation—By Sensor Type and Generation Source

Sensors in Power Generation—By Sensor Type and Generation Source (continued)

Industry Definition—Conventional Power Generation

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Percent Revenue Forecast by Power Generation Types

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type (continued)

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type (continued)

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type (continued)

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type (continued)

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type (continued)

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type (continued)

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Industry Definition—Renewable Energy

Industry Definition—Renewable Energy (continued)

Industry Definition—Renewable Energy (continued)

Industry Definition—Renewable Energy (continued)

Industry Definition—Renewable Power Generation

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type (continued)

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type (continued)

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type (continued)

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type (continued)

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Major Sensors and Key Competitors in Power Generation

Major Sensors and Key Competitors in Power Generation (continued)

Sensors in Power Generation Market—Competitive Forces

Market Share

Key Sensor Companies in Power Generation

Market Share Analysis

Competitive Environment

Overview and Definition of Smart Grid

Overview and Definition of Smart Grid (Continued)

Role of Sensors in Smart Grid

Generation to Consumption—Flow of Electric Power from Various Sources

Characteristics of Smart Grid

Sensors and Network Applications in Smartness of Grid

Emerging Technology Roadmap for Sensors in Smart Grid

Sensors in Smart Grid Market—Trends and Growth Opportunities

Market Engineering Measurements

Revenue Forecast

Percent Revenue Forecast by Region

Revenue Forecast by Region

Percent Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Percent Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type (continued)

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type (continued)

Revenue Forecast by Sensor Type (continued)

Revenue Forecast Discussion

Competitive Forces in Smart Grid Market

Market Share

Smart Grid—Key Companies

Market Share Analysis

Competitive Environment

Overview of IoT—Taxonomy

Benefits of IoT

IoT is a Catalyst for Smart Grid and Smart Meters

IoT in Power Generation and Smart Grids

Application of IoT in Power Generation and Smart Grids

Architecture of IoT in Power Generation and Smart Grids

Architecture of IoT in Power Generation and Smart Grids (continued)

Architecture of IoT in Power Generation and Smart Grids (continued)

Applications of IoT in Power Generation and Smart Grids (continued)

Applications of IoT in Power Generation and Smart Grids

Applications of IoT in Power Generation and Smart Grids (continued)

Continuous Monitoring of Smart Grids—Case Study TempoIQ

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

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Market Engineering Methodology

Sensors undertake multiple tasks in the power industry. They maintain equipment efficiency in power generation and speed up power flow in the transmission lines. Sensors ensure safety and generate alerts in case of any impending mishaps. Sensors play a vital role in monitoring the health of both the generating machinery and smart grid infrastructure. Sensors enable intelligence of control systems. Power companies’ future focus is to ensure two-way power flow and efficient line ratings and achieve power balance in the grid. Radiation detection sensors have been effective in ensuring safety by monitoring radiation around nuclear power plants and perpetuating corrective measures. Sensors help monitor effluents such as carbon and sulfur in coal- and oil-based power generation plants. The implementation of regulations indirectly determines sensor deployments. Continuous research is leading to the development of new and combined sensors for different applications. Sensors are gradually becoming predictive in nature, ensuring accident-free, pollution-free, and highly efficient and clean power generation.
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Author Apoorva Ravikrishnan
Industries Electronics and Sensors
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