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30 Dec 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Introduction to Great Britain's Incentive-Based Regulation for Transmission and Distribution in the Gas and Electricity Market
The Office of Gas and Electricity Market (Ofgem) has implemented RIIO (setting Revenue using Incentives to deliver Innovations and Outputs) for the incentive-based regulation (IBR) covering the gas and electricity transmission and distribution network in Great Britain (England, Wales, and Scotland). The RIIO model puts the customer in the middle of...
18 Dec 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Benchmarking the Industry Excellence in Delivering Superior Customer Experience
In this Customer Experience Management study for Australia's residential electricity sector, Frost & Sullivan explores the relationship of the experiences provided by residential electricity companies for its customers. There is a discussion of the critical factors that influence customer behaviour throughout the three phases (pre-purchase, purchas...
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23 Nov 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Japan’s $110 Billion Infrastructure Investment Expansion into APAC will Revitalize Market Growth
The rise in the need for alternative energy such as renewable power, coupled with a significant increase in investments across the residential, commercial, and industrial sectors, has led to a strong demand for switchgear products. This research service analyses the switchgear market in Asia-Pacific, focusing on current conditions and future market...
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25 Sep 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Evolving Technology Options and Business Case for Smart Grid Deployment in Asia-Pacific
The research covers the current state and future potential of the smart grid market in the Asia-Pacific region. The study covers Southeast Asia, North Asia, and Australia, and New Zealand. It provides an in-depth analysis of the drivers and restraints and their impact on market opportunities during the forecast period. The technologies covered in t...
07 Sep 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Transformative Changes to Existing Utility Business Models to Generate Low-Carbon Power
As global economies grow manifold, people's standards of living will rise, challenging traditional utilities' business models. Global Mega Trends are disruptive forces that have far-reaching impact on several industries including power utilities. As a result, it is essential for utility companies to adopt a well-balanced strategy, strengthen existi...
28 Aug 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Rise of the Prosumer and Advent of Smarter Storage Systems Will Spur the Growth of Decentralized Renewable Power
Over the last decade, the development of renewable energy installations across many countries has surged. Given the stochastic nature of renewable energy sources, some countries are tackling the challenges of integrating larger shares of renewables into their power grid systems. This global market insight looks into some of the best practices adopt...
04 Jun 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Waste Management Spurs the Growth of Biomass Projects
The Southeast Asian biomass and waste-to-power market is in the growth stage. The heightened necessity to manage agricultural and solid waste is one of the main market drivers. The key challenges faced are the unorganized feedstock market, the complicated bureaucratic structure, and the logistical hurdles. The market trends are analyzed for a study...
04 May 2015  |  Asia Pacific
The Need for Commercialization and Business Scalability to Shape the Industry Structure
Wireless charging manufacturers are expected to reach economies of scale to offer the technology at a competitive price by 2016 or 2017. The perceived value also may improve with time. The smartphone market is the earliest adopter of wireless power charging technology, and is the largest revenue contributor to the global market. Other potential ap...
23 Apr 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Feasibility of Venturing into Deeper Water Amid Declining Oil Prices
The offshore oil and gas (O&G) services market is witnessing uncertainty amid the global slump in crude oil price that started in H2, 2014 affecting economies and several industries. Major international and national oil companies have resorted to controlling their capital investments and laying off employees to reduce expenses. The highest level of...
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16 Apr 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Oil Price CollapseThreat or Opportunity?
With the recent plunge in crude oil prices, it is a good time to think about the relationship between crude oil and the energy and environment markets. Many believe that the downward trend is temporary, with superficial impact on the markets. Although prices continue to plummet, industry challenges and operation cost still remain acute such as cost...