Power Infrastructure Technologies of the Future

Innovations and Technologies Transforming the Power Grid Infrastructure

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The power infrastructure is divided into isolated subsystems to facilitate reliable power supply to auxiliaries, consumers and isolated power systems. The complication and unpredictability of operating conditions in the electrical networks are influenced by renewable energy sources and market factors which drives the importance for the enlargement and sophistication of the existing power infrastructure. The lookout for decrease in the probability of severe blackouts which are characterized by cascade development of emergency processes further embrace the requirement of an efficient power infrastructure. This research service briefs on the present and upcoming developments in the power infrastructure especially on the transmission and distribution network.

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1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Objectives and Scope1.2 Research Process and Methodology1.3 Key Findings2.0 Overview: Power Infrastructure Technologies2.1 The Influence of Infrastructure Technologies on Power Networks2.2 Topology of Power Infrastructure Technology2.3 Power Infrastructure Innovations Depend on the Funding Scenario2.4 Research Centers and Technology Partnerships Are a Big Platform to Enhance the Existing Power Infrastructure2.5 Power Infrastructure Landscape Chiefly Driven by Urbanization and Industrialization 2.6 Aging Infrastructure and Increasing DER Penetration Are Primary Drivers for Development in Power Infrastructure Technologies2.7 Drivers Explained2.8 Unstable Energy Markets and Acute Volatile Prices Hinder Investments on and Development of New Technologies2.9 Restraints Explained 2.10 The Need for Technology Enhancement and Innovations in Power Infrastructure 3.0 Emerging Developments in Power Infrastructure Technologies3.1 Instantaneous Power Injection through Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage for Maintaining Grid Reliability3.2 Medium Voltage Direct Current Transmission Link for Enhanced Thermal Capability3.3 Power Infrastructure Solution Using Hydrogen Fuel Cells to Support Outage Disruptions3.4 Eco-Friendly and Low Noise Phase Shifting Transformer with High Overload Rating3.5 Doubling the Power Carrying Capacity in HVDC Using Light® Technology3.6 Offshore Wind Cost Reduction through Higher Voltage EPR Cables3.7 Lightweight Temperature Sensor for Low and Medium Voltage Distribution Cables3.8 Extra High Voltage Mobile Transformers with Ether Insulation for Grid Resiliency3.9 Dynamic IoT Connectivity and Analytics Platform for Smart Grid Networks 3.10 New Dispatch Platform with Electricity Load Patterns and Algorithm for Microgrid Modeling3.11 Utilizing Energy Storage Devices for Stable Decentralized Power Supply with Increased Scalability Options4.0 Future Trends & Insights4.1 Emerging Trends Ahead4.2 Utilities Are Expected to Increase their Market Share Owing to their Focus on Energy Efficiency and Grid Infrastructure4.3 Global Market Ecosystem for Power Infrastructure Technologies 4.4 Higher Power Infrastructure Technology Adoption Trend Projected in Asia-Pacific Market4.5 Technology Emergence Roadmap4.6 Strategic Insights 4.6 Strategic Insights (continued) 4.6 Strategic Insights (continued)Legal Disclaimer5.0 Appendix5.1 Key Patents Covering Power Infrastructure Technologies5.1 Key Patents Covering Power Infrastructure Technologies (continued)5.1 Key Patents Covering Power Infrastructure Technologies (continued)5.2 Key Contacts5.2 Key Contacts (continued)




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