Recent Innovations and Developments and Future Growth Opportunities in Power Transmission and Distribution (T&D) Technologies

Recent Innovations and Developments and Future Growth Opportunities in Power Transmission and Distribution (T&D) Technologies

Data Collection, Processing and Controlling Tools Enhance Grid Resilience.

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21-Jun-2022
REGION
Global
Research Code: DA58-01-00-00-00
SKU: EG02246-GL-TR_26648
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The energy sector is shifting to sustainable and green resources; as a result, the share of renewables in the power generation mix is rising. However, this presents another challenge for the power industry; renewable sources are intermittent, which pressurizes the power transmission and distribution (T&D) industry to maintain power supply in line with demand.
In response to the growing use of intermittent renewable sources and the rising energy demand, power T&D infrastructure has been evolving, particularly over the past 5 years.
This Frost & Sullivan research service focuses on new technologies and infrastructure that will improve grid resilience through digitalization; establishing two-way communication between energy providers and energy consumers; data analytics; and automation.
The study includes an introduction to modern grids, and it discusses power T&D industry trends and analyzes the new technological developments in the electricity T&D industry. It also examines the major market participants and analyzes the smart grid T&D system patent landscape (highlighting the key patent owners/assignees and the patent jurisdictions with the highest activity). The research service also highlights emerging growth opportunities in the electricity T&D industry.

Table of Contents

The Strategic Imperative 8™Factors Creating Pressure on Growth in the Power T&D Technologies Market

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Power T&D Technologies Industry

About the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Research Methodology

Research Context

Research Scope

Key Findings: Sustainable Innovation in the Smart Grid Industry

Power Supply Complexities and Demand Growth are Driving the Transformation of the Grid.

Growth Drivers

Growth Drivers, Analysis

Growth Restraints

Growth Restraints, Analysis

 Introduction to the Technology Landscape

AMI Facilitates 2-way Communication.

PMU Increases Voltage and Current Data Collection Frequency.

FLISR Systems Minimize Grid Operation Downtime.

AGC Systems Maintain the Power Supply-Demand Balance.

Automated Demand Response Systems Align Power Demand and Supply.

High-voltage Transmission Systems Enable Efficient Long-distance Transmission.

Advanced Communication Systems Enable the Handling of Large Amounts of Multi-network Data.

End-to-end Automated Demand Response Management Systems Improve the Flexibility and the Efficiency of Smart Grids.

AI-based Plug-and-Play Smart Grid Analytical Solutions Boost the Performance of Smart Grids.

Cloud-based AI Platforms Balance Cost and Minimize the Carbon Footprint in the Power Sector

Big Data Optimizes the Flexibility Capacity of Power Generation Infrastructure.

Smart Grid Transmission and Distribution System Patent Landscape

Smart Grid Transmission and Distribution System Patent Landscape (continued)

Smart Grid Transmission and Distribution System Patent Landscape (continued)

Growth Opportunity 1: Government Grants, Investments in R&D, and the Development of Smart Grid Infrastructure

Growth Opportunity 1: Government Grants, Investments in R&D, and the Development of Smart Grid Infrastructure (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Technology Convergence between Smart Grid OEMs, Service Companies, and Utility Companies for R&D

Growth Opportunity 2: Technology Convergence between Smart Grid OEMs, Service Companies, and Utility Companies for R&D (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Deployment of Low-cost Smart Grid Analytics

Growth Opportunity 3: Deployment of Low-cost Smart Grid Analytics

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Key Contacts (continued)

Key Contacts (continued)

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The energy sector is shifting to sustainable and green resources; as a result, the share of renewables in the power generation mix is rising. However, this presents another challenge for the power industry; renewable sources are intermittent, which pressurizes the power transmission and distribution (T&D) industry to maintain power supply in line with demand. In response to the growing use of intermittent renewable sources and the rising energy demand, power T&D infrastructure has been evolving, particularly over the past 5 years. This Frost & Sullivan research service focuses on new technologies and infrastructure that will improve grid resilience through digitalization; establishing two-way communication between energy providers and energy consumers; data analytics; and automation. The study includes an introduction to modern grids, and it discusses power T&D industry trends and analyzes the new technological developments in the electricity T&D industry. It also examines the major market participants and analyzes the smart grid T&D system patent landscape (highlighting the key patent owners/assignees and the patent jurisdictions with the highest activity). The research service also highlights emerging growth opportunities in the electricity T&D industry.
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Author Paritosh Doshi
Industries Energy
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WIP Number DA58-01-00-00-00