United States Onsite Distribution Power System Operations and Maintenance Services Markets

 

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United States Onsite Distribution Power System Operations and Maintenance Services Markets, Executive SummaryMarket OverviewMarket OverviewOperationsMaintenanceSummary of Principal FindingsSummary of Principal FindingsSummary of Strategic RecommendationsSummary of Strategic RecommendationsConclusionConclusionUnited States Onsite Distribution Power System Operations and Maintenance Services Markets, Introduction to the IndustryIdentification of Challenges Identification of Challenges Complex Service Packages Alienate Commercial CustomersLack of Technical Expertise Threatens New Market EntrantsEnd-User Attitudes Toward Maintenance Stresses Marketing/Sales OverheadUncertain Power Quality Uncovers Competitive OpportunitiesLack of Awareness for Power-System Upkeep Exerts Downward Pressure on ProfitsAccess to Financing: A Barrier to Low-End MarketsIndustry Synergy Threatens Low-End/Medium-Range CompetitionIndustry IssuesConsolidationDeficient Transmission CapacityReal-Time CommunicationRegulatory and Legal IssuesFederal Energy Regulatory CommissionPublic Utility Holding Company Act The Public Utility Regulatory Policies ActIndustry HistoryMonopoly—The "Golden Age"Oil ShockLegislation Creates Wholesale MarketUnbundlingOpen Access TariffsElectric Power Industry StructureUtilitiesMunicipalsIndustry OrganizationsIndustry OrganizationsNational Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET)National Electric Testing Association (NETA)Association of Energy Services Professionals (AESP)Edison Electric Institute (EEI)Electric Generation Association (EGA)The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)Electricity Consumers Resource Council (ELCON)The Electrification Council (TEC)North American Electric Reliability Council (NERC)National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC)The Power Marketing Association (PMA)Key IndicatorsU.S. Regional OutlookGlossary of TermsGlossary of TermsAnalysis and Forecasts of the U.S. Distribution Operations and Maintenance MarketMarket Overview Market Overview Total Market CharacteristicsTotal Market CharacteristicsTotal Market StatusTechnology Total Market Growth TrendsSignificant Market CharacteristicsSupply-Side Market FactorsDemand-Side Market IndicatorsPresentation of Strategic Significance of Measurements Presentation of Strategic Significance of Measurements Market Size Market ForecastAnnual Market GrowthCompound Annual Growth RateAverage PricePrice RangePrice SensitivityMarket SaturationMarket AgeMarket ConcentrationNumber of CompetitorsDegree of CompetitivenessNumber of Customer SitesDegree of Technical ChangeStrategic Analysis of the U.S. Distribution Operations Service Market Market Overview and DefinitionsMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket ScopeMarket Engineering Forecast (1995-2005) Strategic Operations Services Market SegmentationPricing Strategy and Trend AnalysisCompetitive StructureConclusionStrategic Analysis of the U.S. Distribution Maintenance Services MarketMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket Overview and DefinitionsScopeSummary of Key FindingsMarket Engineering Unit and Revenue Forecasts (1995-2005)Financing and Pricing Competitive Structure




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