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26 May 2014  |  Global
An in-depth look at Customer Choice for Energy Service and Electricity Consumption Patterns
Of the 24 states in the U.S. having deregulated markets for energy, 14 are fully deregulated in both electricity and gas with liberty to purchase from the best-price bidder while continuing to get electricity delivered using the distribution lines of the local utility. Between October and November 2013 Frost & Sullivan conducted a customer survey o...
26 Sep 2014  |  Global
Community Energy Storage and Microgrids Becoming Game Changers for Countries Keen on Promoting DES
Distributed Energy storage (DES) is inevitable in an era of increasing energy demand. The flexibility of smaller energy storage at multiple locations makes it economically and technically viable, attracting many industrial, commercial, and residential units. Community energy storage (CES) and microgrids are the most widely installed type of DES bec...
25 Nov 2014  |  Global
Marine, Recreation Vehicles, and Electric Vehicles Offer High Growth Potential
On-board charging is an efficient, hassle-free charging method for motive applications. Demand and growth potential are largely from marine vehicles, recreational vehicles, golf carts, and forklifts. Adoption is high in the United States and Europe, and gaining momentum in China, Japan, South Korea, and Australia. This research service discusses th...