Market Intelligence

T&D networks are continuously evolving in both size and nature. They must grow in order to cope with ever rising demand. In the past where it was a matter of adding more lines, trans-formers and ancillary equipment, today the technology of the systems is often able to substitute increased sophistication for physical growth, or to reduce the additions required by making the system more efficient.
This NRG Expert Database and accompanying report allow you to make key business decisions based on our forecasts and analysis of the Electricity T&D Market. Our team of analysts, backed by the vast data we have collected, have created this industry analysis and forecasted data to 2017 for key sectors of the industry.

The Report

The report element of the T&D product presents a background to the Electrical Supply Industry giving an historical overview of the industry before delving deeper into the state of the industry at present and looking towards the future. As well as explaining the various sectors of the industry as defined by NRG Expert and used in the Database, the report provides a comparative overview of Annual Demand for T&D Equipment, Capital Expenditure and Installed Lengths for 36 of the 180 countries contained in the database.
Also presented in the Report is a Company Analysis showing Global Market Share data for major players as well as a regional breakdown of the market shares for Smart Grid companies in key regions. Finally the report covers the NRG Expert Methodology used to compile the Transmission and Distribution Database and Report.

Global Data Summary

The Global Data Summary file contains three tabs:
- Annual Demand
- Line Lengths
- Capex
The Annual Demand tab shows a regional and by-country overview of the annual demand 2012 actual figures and forecasts for 2013-2017 in 2012 United States Dollars (USD) as broken down into the 9 sectors defined by NRG Expert: Transformers, Power Systems, Utility Automation, Cables, Switchgear, Sub-Stations, Towers, Insulators, and Meters. Scroll right in the spreadsheet to access all sectors.
The Line Lengths tab gives a global overview of the total installed line lengths in both the Transmission and Distribution categories separately. The year 2012 shows actual figures with forecasts from 2013-2017. The Capex tab follows a similar format as the Annual Demand tab and shows Capital Expenditure in the T&D industry by region and by country presenting 2012 actual and 2013-2017 forecast figures in 2011 USD.

Presented in the Electricity Transmission and Distribution Report

- Company Analysis
- Global Market Share data for major players
- Market shares for Smart Grid companies in key regions.
- NRG Expert Methodology used to compile the Transmission and Distribution Database and Report.
- Regional Electrical Power and Electricity lines
- Analysis on Grid technologies and Interconnections
- A high level analysis of the Transmission and Distribution electrical energy industry and electricity lines

Key Reasons to Purchase this Market Research

This Electricity Transmission and Distribution Database and accompanying report allows you to make key business decisions based on our forecasts and analysis of the Electricity T&D Market. You can:
- Gain a global understanding of the electrical energy market and power transmission lines
- Understand the trends, developments and opportunities for power system distribution and electricity infrastructure
- Prepare market size evaluations and electrical energy forecasts on electricity infrastructure and electric power distribution
- Manipulate the in-depth electricity data

Background to this Market Research

Electricity transmission and distribution networks are continuously evolving to cope with ever rising demand. In the past, companies focused on adding more power lines, transformers and ancillary equipment,?whereas today new grid technologies can make the systems more efficient. Today the technology of the systems is often able to substitute increased sophistication for physical growth.
Smart gridshave been put forward as a solution for many of the problems within the current electrical grid system. The development of the smart grid in different markets is dependent upon the smart grid drivers.
To gain a full understanding of the electricity transmission and distribution industry, review the report and database.

Table Of Contents

The TandD Market 9
Origins of the Electrical Supply Industry 9
The early origins 9
Parallel developments 10
The first networks 11
Regional evolution of networks 11
Planned systems - the Pool concept 11
United States 12
Germany - Bavaria 12
Great Britain 14
France 14
Network Developments 15
Overhead vs. Underground 15
Grid Interconnections 16
Europe 16
Outlook 16
Capital Expenditure 18
TandD Sectors 20
Transformers 20
Switchgear 21
Cables > 1 kV 21
Insulators and Fittings 21
Towers 21
Power Systems 21
Utility Automation 22
Annual Demand 23
Country Information 25
Austria 25
Belgium 27
Brazil 29
Bulgaria 31
Canada 33
China 35
Czech Republic 37
Denmark 39
Estonia 41
Finland 43
France 45
Germany 47
Greece 49
Hungary 51
India 53
Indonesia 55
Ireland 57
Italy 59
Latvia 61
Lithuania 63
Luxembourg 65
Mexico 67
Netherlands 69
Norway 71
Poland 73
Portugal 75
Romania 77
Russia 79
Slovakia 81
Slovenia 83
Spain 85
Sweden 87
Switzerland 89
Turkey 91
United Kingdom 93
United States of America 95
TandD Companies 97
Global Market Shares 97
Smart Grid Market Shares 97
Europe 97
Asia 98
North America 98
Company Listings 98
ABB 98
Alstom 99
GE 99
Schneider 99
Siemens 99
Methodology 100
Stage 1 - TandD Forecasts 100
Stage 2 - Modeling 101
Stage 3 - Background Research 101
Stage 4 - Verification 101
Sources 102

Figures

Figure 1 Installed Transmission + Distribution Line Length 2012-2017 15
Figure 2 Installed Transmission Line-Length (km) by Region 2012-2017 17
Figure 3 Installed Distribution Line-Length by Region 2012-2017 18
Figure 4 Global TandD Capital Expenditure 2012-2017 (million US$) 19
Figure 5 2012 Annual Demand breakdown by Sector 23
Figure 6 Total Annual TandD Demand 2012-2017 (million US$) 24
Figure 7 Austria Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 25
Figure 8 Austria Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 25
Figure 9 Austria Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 26
Figure 10 Austria Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 26
Figure 11 Belgium Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 27
Figure 12 Belgium Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 27
Figure 13 Belgium Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 28
Figure 14 Belgium Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 28
Figure 15 Brazil Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 29
Figure 16 Brazil Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 29
Figure 17 Brazil Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 30
Figure 18 Brazil Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 30
Figure 19 Bulgaria Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 31
Figure 20 Bulgaria Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 31
Figure 21 Bulgaria Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 32
Figure 22 Bulgaria Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 32
Figure 23 Canada Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 33
Figure 24 Canada Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 33
Figure 25 Canada Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 34
Figure 26 Canada Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 34
Figure 27 China Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 35
Figure 28 China Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 35
Figure 29 China Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 36
Figure 30 China Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 36
Figure 31 Czech Republic Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 37
Figure 32 Czech Republic Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 37
Figure 33 Czech Republic Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 38
Figure 34 Czech Republic Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 38
Figure 35 Denmark Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 39
Figure 36 Denmark Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 39
Figure 37 Denmark Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 40
Figure 38 Denmark Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 40
Figure 39 Estonia Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 41
Figure 40 Estonia Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 41
Figure 41 Estonia Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 42
Figure 42 Estonia Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 42
Figure 43 Finland Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 43
Figure 44 Finland Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 43
Figure 45 Finland Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 44
Figure 46 Finland Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 44
Figure 47 France Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 45
Figure 48 France Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 45
Figure 49 France Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 46
Figure 50 France Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 46
Figure 51 Germany Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 47
Figure 52 Germany Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 47
Figure 53 Germany Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 48
Figure 54 Germany Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 48
Figure 55 Greece Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 49
Figure 56 Greece Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 49
Figure 57 Greece Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 50
Figure 58 Greece Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 50
Figure 59 Hungary Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 51
Figure 60 Hungary Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 51
Figure 61 Hungary Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 52
Figure 62 Hungary Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 52
Figure 63 India Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 53
Figure 64 India Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 53
Figure 65 India Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 54
Figure 66 India Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 54
Figure 67 Indonesia Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 55
Figure 68 Indonesia Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 55
Figure 69 Indonesia Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 56
Figure 70 Indonesia Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 56
Figure 71 Ireland Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 57
Figure 72 Ireland Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 57
Figure 73 Ireland Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 58
Figure 74 Ireland Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 58
Figure 75 Italy Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 59
Figure 76 Italy Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 59
Figure 77 Italy Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 60
Figure 78 Italy Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 60
Figure 79 Latvia Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 61
Figure 80 Latvia Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 61
Figure 81 Latvia Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 62
Figure 82 Latvia Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 62
Figure 83 Lithuania Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 63
Figure 84 Lithuania Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 63
Figure 85 Lithuania Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 64
Figure 86 Lithuania Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 64
Figure 87 Luxembourg Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 65
Figure 88 Luxembourg Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 65
Figure 89 Luxembourg Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 66
Figure 90 Luxembourg Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 66
Figure 91 Mexico Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 67
Figure 92 Mexico Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 67
Figure 93 Mexico Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 68
Figure 94 Mexico Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 68
Figure 95 Netherlands Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 69
Figure 96 Netherlands Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 69
Figure 97 Netherlands Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 70
Figure 98 Netherlands Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 70
Figure 99 Norway Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 71
Figure 100 Norway Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 71
Figure 101 Norway Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 72
Figure 102 Norway Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 72
Figure 103 Poland Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 73
Figure 104 Poland Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 73
Figure 105 Poland Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 74
Figure 106 Poland Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 74
Figure 107 Portugal Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 75
Figure 108 Portugal Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 75
Figure 109 Portugal Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 76
Figure 110 Portugal Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 76
Figure 111 Romania Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 77
Figure 112 Romania Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 77
Figure 113 Romania Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 78
Figure 114 Romania Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 78
Figure 115 Russia Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 79
Figure 116 Russia Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 79
Figure 117 Russia Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 80
Figure 118 Russia Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 80
Figure 119 Slovakia Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 81
Figure 120 Slovakia Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 81
Figure 121 Slovakia Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 82
Figure 122 Slovakia Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 82
Figure 123 Slovenia Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 83
Figure 124 Slovenia Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 83
Figure 125 Slovenia Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 84
Figure 126 Slovenia Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 84
Figure 127 Spain Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 85
Figure 128 Spain Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 85
Figure 129 Spain Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 86
Figure 130 Spain Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 86
Figure 131 Sweden Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 87
Figure 132 Sweden Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 87
Figure 133 Sweden Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 88
Figure 134 Sweden Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 88
Figure 135 Switzerland Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 89
Figure 136 Switzerland Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 89
Figure 137 Switzerland Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 90
Figure 138 Switzerland Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 90
Figure 139 Turkey Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 91
Figure 140 Turkey Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 91
Figure 141 Turkey Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 92
Figure 142 Turkey Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 92
Figure 143 United Kingdom Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 93
Figure 144 United Kingdom Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 93
Figure 145 United Kingdom Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 94
Figure 146 United Kingdom Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 94
Figure 147 United States of America Transmission Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 95
Figure 148 United States of America Distribution Installed Line Length 2012 (km) 95
Figure 149 United States of America Annual Demand 2012 (million US$) 96
Figure 150 United States of America Generation Capacity 2012 (MW) 96

Tables

Table 1 European Market Shares in terms of Value for Major Manufacturers 97
Table 2 Asian Market Shares in terms of Value for Major Manufacturers 98
Table 3 North American Market Shares in terms of Value for Major Manufacturers 98

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