Smart Grid Market to Soar at 27% CAGR to 2021

PUNE, India --- The smart grid market size is estimated to grow from $19.8 million in 2016 to $65.4million by 2021, at a CAGR of 27% due to the increasing need for replacing aging infrastructure, mandatory regulations and policies, need for centralized gird distribution management and control, and increasing concern for reducing carbon footprints.

The smart gird distribution management segment is estimated to have the highest CAGR during the forecast period as they are responsible for the support of utilities demand response management programs, micro-grids, distribution automation, outage management, network optimization, and workforce management. The major growth drivers identified for the smart gird distribution management market are rising smart grid technology market, increasing adoption of distributed renewable generation, and regulatory pressure for reducing carbon emission. Globally, the market is witnessing substantial investments in R&D and marketing channels.

The integration and deployment service is projected to grow at a high growth rate; hence, will present good market opportunity during the forecast period. The increasing demand of system integrators for integration and implementation service, software development service, application technology integration, database design and modeling, and deployment service acts as a major driving factor for the growth of system integrators and deployment service providers in the smart grid market.

North America is expected to hold the largest share of the smart gird market in 2016due to increasing spending on energy efficiency programs coupled with regulatory government mandates in the U.S. and Canada. Asia-Pacific (APAC) is expected to grow at the highest growth rate during the forecast period due to rapid smart grid deployments in China, Japan, and India, along with Australia, Singapore, New Zealand, and South Korea.

The various key smart gird vendors profiled in this report such as ABB Group (Switzerland), Cisco Systems, Inc. (U.S.), General Electric Company (U.S.), International Business Machine (U.S.), Itron Inc. (U.S.), Landis+Gyr AG (Switzerland), Oracle Corporation (U.S.), Open Systems International, Inc. (U.S.), Schneider Electric SE (France) and Siemens AG (Germany). Order a copy of Smart Grid Market by Solution (Advanced Metering Infrastructure, Smart Grid Distribution, Smart Grid Communication, Grid Asset Management, Geographic Information System and Billing & Customer Information System), by Service - Global Forecast to 2021 research report at http://www.reportsnreports.com/purchase.aspx?name=624752 .

In the process of determining and verifying, the smart grid market for several segments and sub segments gathered through secondary research, extensive primary interviews were conducted with key people. In Tier 1 (20%), Tier 2 (25%) and Tier 3 (55%) companies were contacted for primary interviews. The interviews were conducted with various key people such as C Level (75%) and Manager Level (35%) from various key organizations operating in the global smart grid market. The primary interviews were conducted worldwide covering regions such as North America (35%), Europe (25%), Asia-Pacific (25%) and Rest of World (15%).

Complete report on smart grid market across 158 pages, profiling 10 companies and supported with 70 tables and 55 figures is available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/624752-smart-grid-market-by-solution-advanced-metering-infrastructure-smart-grid-distribution-smart-grid-communication-grid-asset-management-geographic-information-system-and-billing-customer-information-system-by-service-global-forecast-to-2021.html
 

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