Revisiting the European Smart Grid Demand Response (DR) Market

Assessing Europe’s Preparedness for Transcending into the Smart Grid Age

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This research service analyses trends within the European smart grid DR market. It determines the challenges and opportunities for industrial and ICT vendors. This is a distinctively potent market, in which conditions are characterised by dominant manufacturers and innovative technology enablers within the various functional aspects of the power grid value chain, ranging from transmission to distribution to end consumers. In this regard, the concept of industry convergence has emerged as an all-important business proposition. The research and analysis span 2013 to 2020.

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryKey Trends Set to Impact the Smart Grid MarketSmart Grids from 3 Main Perspectives Utility—Smart Grid Adoption TodayDemand Response (DR) as a Link between Demand and SupplySmart Grid—Quick FactsScope ObjectivesScope of ProjectScope of Project (continued)Key Questions This Insight Will AnswerMarket OverviewExisting Grid ScenarioSo What is a Smart Grid?Need for Smart Grids—A Global CauseWhy Europe, in Particular, Needs Smart GridsChallengesElements of a Smart GridDemand Response SystemDemand ResponseSmart Grid Applications and Basic Functional BlocksThe 5 Us of an Uber-Smart GridSmart Grid Market TrendsMarket DriversDrivers Explained Drivers Explained (continued) Drivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsRestraints Explained Restraints Explained (continued) Restraints Explained (continued) Value Chain Participants and ApplicationsSmart Grid Projects and Expected TimelinesSmart Grid Projects—Bifurcated as R&D and D&D Smart Grid ApplicationsGeographical Distribution of Smart Grid ProjectsConsumer ImpactInvestmentsInvestors in Smart Grid MarketsInvestment Levels by OrganizationDemand Response—A Comprehensive Investigation with Actionable InsightsDemand-side ManagementBenefits of a DR Management System (DRMS)Key Market ConcernsDemand Response Management Systems Evolution of DR Impact on Skilled Utility WorkforceAggregation and AggregatorsAggregationIndustrial LoadsAggregator’s RoleMarket ParticipantsMarket Participants by Product CategoryMarket Participants by Product Category (continued)Key Trends that Impact the Smart Grid MarketKey Trends Set to Impact the Smart Grid MarketThe Game Changers—A GlimpseMachine-to-Machine (M2M)M2M Value ChainTakeaway for M2M VendorsM2M—Fact SheetIoT OverviewIoT Overview (continued)IoT Overview (continued)Big Data and Analytics OverviewBig Data and Analytics Overview (continued)Drivers for Big Data and AnalyticsBig Data and Analytics—Future Road MapCountry Snapshot—Germany, the United Kingdom, and SpainGermany, the United Kingdom, and Spain—Real GDP ProjectionsGermany’s Energy AgendaGermany’s Overall Market PositionGermany’s Position on Demand ResponseUK’s Energy AgendaUK’s Overall Market PositionUK’s Position on Demand ResponseSpain’s Energy AgendaSpain’s Overall Market PositionSpain’s Position on Demand ResponseKey Indicators—Germany, UK, and Spain Company ProfilesSilver Spring Networks Inc. (SSN) EnerNOC Inc.Smarter Grid Solutions Limited (SGS)Endeco Technologies LimitedOracle CorporationCisco System Inc.ConclusionKey FindingsKey InsightsTracking Opportunities for StakeholdersAdvent of Data-driven UtilitiesEvolution of ICT Vendors in the Smart Grid ArenaConvergence Leads to Rise of Super VendorsIs the Market Ready Today?—NO!The Last Word—3 Big PredictionsThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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