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The fast moving global electricity meter market is currently worth more than $6 billion annually and we forecast that by 2018 it will have grown in value terms by 47%. But the growth is not all about smart meters. In this report, there is an analyses of the market globally, regionally and by major territories to produce detailed assessments of current and future market size by volume and value and by type of meter. This is the first of a series of reports and databases to be published during the course of 2013 on electricity, gas, water and heat meters. The principal author is Euan Blauvelt, who as a seasoned observer of the electricity sector, has for 25 years been a leading authority on the industry.Highlights include global annual meter installations 2012 - 2018; market penetration of AMI/AMR metering; global shifts in demand 2012 - 2018, long term demand (to 2050); the replacement market vs new installations; review of manufacturers; analysis by region and country; market drivers; for each major country meter ownership, smart meter progress, short term demand, long term demand. The report comprises 546 figures and tables. THIS VERSION IS SUPPLIED WITH SUPPORTING EXCEL DATABASE

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The Global Market for Electricity Meters, inc. Smart Metering, 2013 - 2050 (WITH DATABASE)
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 31
1.1 GLOBAL ANNUAL METER INSTALLATIONS 2012 TO 2018 31
1.2 THE MARKET PENETRATION FOR AMI/AMR METERING 32
1.3 GLOBAL SHIFTS IN DEMAND FOR METERS 2012 - 2018 33
1.4 LONG TERM DEMAND FOR METERS 34
1.5 THE REPLACEMENT MARKET AS PROPORTION OF ALL INSTALLATIONS 35
1.6 MANUFACTURERS 36
2. RATIONALE OF THE REPORT 37
2.1 THE INSTALLED BASE OF METERS 37
2.2 THE DEMAND CYCLE 38
2.3 TECHNOLOGLY DEVELOPMENT 39
2.4 THE THREE AGES OF METERING 40
2.5 VARYING TRENDS 41
3. THE MARKET SCENARIOS 44
3.1 REVIEW OF NORTH AMERICA 48
3.2 REVIEW OF EMEA 49
3.2.1 Europe
3.2.2 CIS
3.2.3 Middle East
3.2.4 Africa
3.3 REVIEW OF ASIA PACIFIC 50
3.4 REVIEW OF LATIN AMERICA 50
3.5 ALTERNATIVE SCENARIOS GLOBALLY AND BY REGION 50
4. MARKET DRIVERS 54
4.1 DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS 54
4.1.1 Population and Households
4.1.2 Electrification of Households
4.2 THE REPLACEMENT CYCLE 56
4.3 REGULATORY AND GOVERNMENT ACTION 56
4.4 RENEWABLES AND THE SMART GRID 57
4.5 REDUCTION IN TECHNICAL LOSSES 57
4.6 NEW TECHNOLOGY IN METERING 61
4.7 CASE STUDY: THE IMPACT OF DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE IN GERMANY 62
5. METER FORECASTS IN EUROPE 65
5.1 ECONOMIC AND FISCAL STRESS 65
5.2 CONSUMPTION 65
5.3 SMART METERS DEFINITION 67
5.4 EGREG RECOMMENDATIONS 67
5.5 SMART METER PROGRESS 68
5.6 CONSUMER BENEFITS 68
5.7 SHORT TERM DEMAND, EUROPE 69
5.8 LONG TERM DEMAND TREND 71
5.9 MANUFACTURER MARKET SHARES 71
5.10 AUSTRIA 73
5.10.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.10.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.10.3 Smart Meter Progress
5.10.4 Short Term Demand
5.10.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.11 BELGIUM 79
5.11.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.11.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.11.3 Smart Meter Progress
5.11.4 Short Term Demand
5.11.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.12 BULGARIA 85
5.12.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.12.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.12.3 Smart Meter Progress
5.12.4 Short Term Demand
5.12.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.13 CZECH REPUBLIC 89
5.13.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.13.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.13.3 Smart Meter Progress
5.13.4 Short Term Demand
5.13.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.14 DENMARK 94
5.14.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.14.2 Smart Meter Definition
5.14.3 Smart Meter Progress
5.14.4 Short Term Demand
5.14.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.15 ESTONIA 99
5.15.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.15.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.15.3 Smart Meter Progress
5.15.4 Short Term Demand
5.15.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.16 FINLAND 103
5.16.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.16.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.16.3 Smart Meter Progress
5.16.4 Short Term Demand
5.16.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.17 France 108
5.17.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.17.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.17.3 Smart Meter Progress
5.17.4 Short Term Demand
5.17.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.18 GERMANY 116
5.18.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.18.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.18.3 Smart Meter Progress
5.18.4 Cost Benefit Analysis
5.18.5 Short Term Demand
5.18.6 Long Term Demand Trend
5.19 GREECE 123
5.19.1 The Economic Crisis
5.19.2 Impact on the Electrical Sector
5.19.3 Meter Owners and Operators
5.19.4 Smart Meters Definition
5.19.5 Smart Meter Progress
5.19.6 Short Term Demand
5.19.7 Long Term Demand Trend
5.20 HUNGARY 129
5.20.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.20.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.20.3 Smart Meter Progress
5.20.4 Short Term Demand
5.20.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.21 IRELAND 133
5.21.1 The Economic Crisis
5.21.2 Impact on the Electrical Sector
5.21.3 Meter Owners and Operators
5.21.4 Smart Meters Definition
5.21.5 Smart Meter Progress
5.21.6 Short Term Demand
5.21.7 Long Term Demand Trend
5.22 ITALY 139
5.22.1 The Economic Crisis
5.22.2 Impact on the Electrical Sector
5.22.3 Meter Owners and operators
5.22.4 Smart Meters Definition
5.22.5 Smart Meter Progress
5.22.6 Short Term Demand
5.22.7 Long term Demand Trend
5.23 LATVIA 145
5.23.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.23.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.23.3 Smart Meters Progress
5.23.4 Short Term Demand
5.23.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.24 LITHUANIA 149
5.24.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.24.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.24.3 Smart Meters Progress
5.24.4 Short Term Demand
5.24.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.25 NETHERLANDS 154
5.25.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.25.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.25.3 Smart Meters Progress
5.25.4 Short Term Demand
5.25.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.26 NORWAY 159
5.26.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.26.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.26.3 Smart Meters Progress
5.26.4 Short Term Demand
5.26.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.27 POLAND 164
5.27.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.27.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.27.3 Smart Meter Progress
5.27.4 Short Term Demand
5.27.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.28 Portugal 170
5.28.1 The Economic Crisis
5.28.2 Impact on the Electrical Sector
5.28.3 Meter Owners and Operators
5.28.4 Smart Meters Definition
5.28.5 Smart Meters Progress
5.28.6 Short Term Demand
5.28.7 Long Term Demand Trend
5.29 ROMANIA 176
5.29.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.29.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.29.3 Smart Meters Progress
5.29.4 Short Term Demand
5.29.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.30 SLOVAK REPUBLIC 180
5.30.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.30.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.30.3 Smart Meters Progress
5.30.4 Short term Demand
5.30.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.31 SLOVENIA 186
5.31.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.31.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.31.3 Smart Meters Progress
5.31.4 Short Term Demand
5.31.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.32 SPAIN 190
5.32.1 The Economic Crisis
5.32.2 Impact on the Electrical Sector
5.32.3 Meter Owners and Operators
5.32.4 Smart Meters Definition
5.32.5 Smart Meters Progress
5.32.6 Short Term Demand
5.32.7 Long Term Demand Trend
5.33 SWEDEN 197
5.33.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.33.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.33.3 Smart Meters Progress
5.33.4 Short Term Demand
5.33.5 Long Term Demand
5.34 SWITZERLAND 201
5.34.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.34.2 Smart Meters Definition
5.34.3 Smart Meters Progress
5.34.4 Short Term Demand
5.34.5 Long Term Demand Trend
5.35 TURKEY 206
5.35.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.35.2 Prepayment Meters
5.35.3 Electricity Losses
5.35.4 Smart Meters Definition
5.35.5 Smart Meters Progress
5.35.6 Short Term Demand
5.35.7 Long Term Demand Trend
5.36 UNITED KINGDOM 213
5.36.1 Meter Owners and Operators
5.36.2 Prepayment Meters
5.36.3 Smart Meters Definition
5.36.4 Smart Grid Cost
5.36.5 Smart Grid Programme
5.36.6 Energy Company Initiatives
5.36.7 Consumer Awareness
5.36.8 Short Term Demand
5.36.9 Long Term Demand Trend
6. METER FORECASTS FOR CIS 227
6.1 Meter Owners and Operators 227
6.2 Smart Meters Progress 228
6.3 Short Term Demand 229
6.4 Long Term Demand Trend 231
6.2 RUSSIA 232
6.2.1 Meter Owners and Operators
6.2.2 Energy Efficiency
6.2.3 Smart Meters Definition
6.2.4 Smart Meters Progress
6.2.5 Short Term Demand
6.2.6 Long Term Demand Trend
6.3 UKRAINE 239
6.3.1 Meter Owners and Operators
6.3.2 Smart Meters Definition
6.3.3 Short Term Demand
6.3.4 Long Term Demand Trend
7. METER FORECASTS FOR AFRICA and MIDDLE EAST 243
7.1 MIDDLE EAST 243
7.1.1 Smart Meter Progress
7.1.2 Short Term Demand
7.1.3 Long Term Demand Trend
7.2 IRAN 249
7.2.1 Meter Owners and Operators
7.2.2 Energy Losses
7.2.3 Smart Meter Progress - The Faham Project
7.2.4 Short Term Demand
7.2.5 Long Term Demand Trend
7.3 NORTH AFRICA 256
7.3.1 Smart Meters Progress
7.3.2 Short Term Demand
7.3.3 Long Term Demand Trend
7.4 EGYPT 261
7.4.1 Meter Owners and Operators
7.4.2 Smart Meters Progress
7.4.3 Short Term Demand
7.4.4 Long Term Demand Trend
7.5 SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA 265
7.5.1 Success at Last
7.5.2 Electrical Growth
7.5.3 Short Term Demand
7.5.4 Long term Demand Trend
7.6 SOUTH AFRICA 273
7.6.1 Meter Owners and Operators
7.6.2 Prepayment Meters
7.6.3 Smart Meters Progress
7.6.4 Short Term Demand
7.6.5 Long Term Demand Trend
7.7 RAPID DEVELOPERS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA 279
7.8 ANGOLA 281
7.8.1 Background
7.8.2 Power Sector
7.8.3 Metering
7.9 ETHIOPIA 284
7.9.1 Background
7.9.2 Power Sector
7.9.3 Metering
7.9.4 Meter Vendors
7.10 GHANA 290
7.10.1 Background
7.10.2 Power Sector
7.10.3 Metering
7.10.4 Smart Meters Progress
7.11 KENYA 294
7.11.1 Background
7.11.2 Power Sector
7.11.3 Metering
7.12 NIGERIA 297
7.12.1 Background
7.12.2 Power Sector
7.12.3 Metering
7.12.4 Meter Companies
7.12.5 Meter Licences
7.13 RWANDA 304
7.13.1 Background
7.13.2 Power Sector
7.13.3 Metering
7.14 TANZANIA 307
7.14.1 Background
7.14.2 Power Sector
7.14.3 Metering
8. METER FORECASTS FOR ASIA PACIFIC 311
8.1 REGIONAL ANALYSIS 311
8.1.1 Smart Grid
8.1.2 Short Term Demand
8.1.3 Long Term Demand Trend
8.2 AUSTRALIA 315
8.2.1 Meter Owners and Operators
8.2.2 Smart Meters Progress
8.2.3 Short Term Demand
8.2.4 Long Term Demand Trend
8.3 INDIA 322
8.3.1 Background
8.3.2 Domestic Manufacturing Base
8.3.3 Rural Electrification
8.3.4 Losses in the ESI
8.3.5 Prepayment Meters
8.3.6 Smart Grid
8.3.7 Smart Grid Size
8.3.8 Drivers for the Indian Smart Grid
8.3.9 Smart Meters Specification and Rollout
8.3.10 Short Term Demand
8.3.11 Long Term Demand Trend
8.3.12 Players in the Smart Grid Layers
8.4 INDONESIA 336
8.4.1 Background
8.4.2 Losses and Non-Payment
8.4.3 Prepayment Meters
8.4.4 Smart Meters Progress
8.4.5 Short Term Demand
8.4.6 Long Term Demand Trend
8.4.7 Meter Manufacturers
8.5 JAPAN 342
8.5.1 Background
8.5.2 The Existing Grid
8.5.3 Service Life of Meters
8.5.4 The Impact of Fukushima
8.5.5 Japanese Government and Business Response
8.5.6 Smart Grid
8.5.7 Leading Players in the Smart Grid Space
8.5.8 Smart Meters
8.5.9 Tepco Suppliers
8.5.10 Short Term Demand
8.5.11 Long Term Demand Trend
8.6 SOUTH KOREA 353
8.6.1 Background
8.6.2 AMR
8.6.3 Smart Grid
8.6.4 Smart Grid Investment
8.6.5 Smart Grid Test Bed Project - Jeju Island
8.6.6 Smart Meters
8.6.7 Short Term Demand
8.6.8 Long Term Demand Trend
8.7 MALAYSIA 363
8.7.1 Background
8.7.2 Installed meters - 2013
8.7.3 Smart Meters
8.7.4 Short Term Demand
8.7.5 Long Term Demand Trend
8.8 NEW ZEALAND 368
8.8.1 Background
8.8.2 Smart Meters
8.8.3 Short Term Demand
8.8.4 Long Term Demand Trend
8.9 PHILIPPINES 372
8.9.1 Background
8.9.2 Prepayment Meters
8.9.3 Smart Meters
8.9.4 Short Term Demand 8.9.5 Long Term Demand Trend
8.10 TAIWAN 377
8.10.1 Background
8.10.2 Prepayment Meters
8.10.3 Smart Meters
8.10.4 Short Term Demand
8.10.5 Long Term Demand Trend
8.11 THAILAND 384
8.11.1 Background
8.11.2 Prepayment Meters
8.11.3 Smart Grid
8.11.4 Smart Meters
8.11.5 Status of PEA AMR/AMI Deployment
8.11.6 Short Term Demand
8.11.7 Long Term Demand Trend
8.12 VIETNAM 391
8.12.1 Background
8.12.2 Prepayment Meters
8.12.3 Smart Meters
8.12.4 Short Term Demand
8.12.5 Long Term Demand Trend
9. CHINA 397
9.1 THE UTILITY SECTOR - METER OWNERS AND OPERATORS 397
9.2 ELECTRICITY CUSTOMERS IN CHINA 398
9.3 TOTAL MARKET 399
9.4 ELECTRICITY METERS IN CHINA 401
9.5 SERVICE LIFETIME 401
9.6 METER PRODUCTION 402
9.7 METERING COVERAGE 402
9.8 TENDER EVALUATION AND BIDDING PROCEDURES 403
9.9 SMART GRID 404
9.9.1 Background
9.9.2 Smart Grid Initiatives and Rollout Targets
9.9.3 Targets for Smart Grid Roll-out
9.10 CHINESE SMART GRID METERS 406
9.11 SMART METERS DEFINITION 406
9.12 COMMUNICATIONS 407
9.13 CHINESE OVERSEAS PARTNERSHIPS 407
9.14 SHORT TERM DEMAND 408
9.15 LONG TERM DEMAND TREND 409
9.16 METER MANUFACTURERS 409
10. NORTH AMERICA 413
10.1 UNITED STATES 414
10.1.1 Background
10.1.2 Electricity Consumers
10.1.3 Transition from Electromechanical Meters to Electronic Meters
10.1.4 Smart Meters
10.1.5 Short Term Demand
10.1.6 Long term Demand Trend
10.1.7 Meter Manufacturers
10.2 CANADA 422
10.2.1 Background
10.2.2 Prepayment Meters
10.2.3 Smart Meters
10.2.4 Short Term Demand
10.2.5 Long Term Demand Trend
10.3 MEXICO 429
10.3.1 Background
10.3.2 Prepayment Meters
10.3.3 TandD Losses
10.3.4 Smart Meters
10.3.5 Short Term Demand
10.3.6 Long Term Demand Trend
11. SOUTH AMERICA 434
11.1 BACKGROUND 434
11.2 SMART METERS 436
11.3 SHORT TERM DEMAND 436
11.4 LONG TERM DEMAND TREND 438
11.5 ARGENTINA 439
11.5.1 Meter Owners and Operators
11.5.2 TandD Losses
11.5.3 Prepayment Meters
11.5.4 Smart Meter Definition
11.5.5 Smart Meters Progress
11.5.6 Short Term Demand
11.5.7 Long Term Demand Trend
11.6 BRAZIL 444
11.6.1 Meter Owners and Operators
11.6.2 TandD Losses
11.6.3 Smart Meters Definition
11.6.4 Smart Meters
11.6.5 Short Term Demand
11.6.6 Long Term Demand Trend
11.7 CHILE 451
11.7.1 Meter Owners and Operators
11.7.2 TandD Losses and Energy Efficiency
11.7.3 Smart Meters Definition
11.7.4 Smart Meters Progress
11.7.5 Short Term Demand
11.7.6 Long Term Demand Trend
11.8 CENTRAL AMERICA and CARIBBEAN (Not including Mexico) 456
11.8.1 Background
11.8.2 Smart Meters Progress
11.8.3 Short Term Demand
11.8.4 Long Term Demand Trend
12. MARKET VENDORS AND MARKET SHARES 460
12.1 THE ADDRESSABLE MARKET 460
12.2 MARKET SHARES, GLOBAL, ADDRESSABLE MARKET, CLOSED MARKETS 460
12.3 MARKET SHARES BY COUNTRY 463
12.3.1 North America
12.3.2 Europe
12.3.3 CIS
12.3.4 Middle East and Africa
12.3.5 Asia Pacific
12.3.6 China
12.3.7 Latin America
12.4 MANUFACTURER PROFILES 475
12.4.1 Landis+Gyr
12.4.2 Itron
12.4.3 Elster
12.4.4 Sensus
12.4.5 GE Digital Energy
12.4.6 Eschelon Corporation
12.4.7 El Sewedy Electrometer
12.4.8 ADD Grup

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: StatPlan Energy Global Forecasts for All Meter Types, 2012 - 2018
Figure 2: Percent Share of Total Market for AMI/AMR Units, 2012 - 2018
Figure 3: StatPlan Energy Global Forecasts for AMI/AMR Meters, 2012 - 2018
Figure 4: Global Share of Demand for All Meters 2012 and 2018
Figure 5: Global Share of Demand for AMI/AMR Meters, 2012 and 2018
Figure 6: Long term annual demand trend, World excluding China, 1900 to 2050
Figure 7: Patterns of Replacement Driven Demand: Two Contrasting Country Markets
Figure 8: Diagram of new plus total replacement capacity of meters, Sweden,
1900-2012 and 2013-2050
Figure 9: Cycles of demand from electromechanical to basic electronic meters but not to AMI
Figure 10: Mixed cycles of demand from electromechanical to basic electronic meters and then to AMI meters over time
Figure 11: Mixed cycles of demand from electromechanical to with gradual change to basic electronic meters and then a rapid rollout of AMI meters
Figure 12: Long term annual demand trend in units, World excluding China, 1900 to 2050
Figure 13: Long term annual demand trend in units, China, 1900 to 2050
Figure 14: Long term annual demand trend in units, World including China, 1900 to 2050
Figure 15: Long term annual demand in dollar value, World including China, 2012 to 2018
Figure 16: Reference case World demand in units and alternative scenario, 2012 to 2018
Figure 17: Reference case North American demand in units and alternative scenario, 2012 to 2018
Figure 18: Reference case EMEA demand in units and alternative scenario, 2012 to 2018
Figure 19: Reference case Chinese demand in units and alternative scenario, 2012 to 2018
Figure 20: Reference case Asia Pacific excluding China demand in units and alternative scenario, 2012 to 2018
Figure 21: Reference case Latin American demand in units and alternative scenario, 2012 to 2018
Figure 22: Population growth % in each decade by region
Figure 23: Average household size, World, 1900 to 2050
Figure 24: Growth in electrified households, selected countries 1900-2050
Figure 25: Technical TandD Losses, % of generation, Europe
Figure 26: Technical TandD Losses, % of generation, CIS
Figure 27: Technical TandD Losses, % of generation, Middle East
Figure 28: Technical TandD Losses, % of generation, Africa
Figure 29: Technical TandD Losses, % of generation, Asia Pacific
Figure 30: Technical TandD Losses, % of generation, North America
Figure 31: Technical TandD Losses, % of generation, Central and South America
Figure 32: Long term annual demand trend, Germany, 1900 to 2050
Figure 33: Reference case (8% population decline) and alternative case (population decline 30%) demand trend for gas meters, Germany, 1900 to 2050
Figure 34: Reference case (8% population decline) and alternative case (population decline 30%) demand trend for gas meters, Germany, 2010 to 2050
Figure 35: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, Europe
Figure 36: Numbers of housing units, all electricity, LV and residential consumers, Europe
1900-2013
Figure 37: Short term annual demand trend, Europe, 2012 to 2018
Figure 38: Long term annual demand trend, Europe, 1900 to 2050
Figure 39: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Austria, 1900-2013
Figure 40: Short term annual demand trend, Austria, 2012 to 2018
Figure 41: Long term annual demand trend, Austria, 1900 to 2050
Figure 42: Long term annual demand trend - extended rollout of smart meters for two years, Austria, 1900 to 2050
Figure 43: Comparison of the two scenarios, mandated rollout, extended for two years,
Austria, 2010-2050
Figure 44: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and LV consumers, Belgium, 1900-2013
Figure 45: Short term annual demand trend, Belgium, 2012 to 2018
Figure 46: Long term annual demand trend with rollout confined to Eandis, Belgium, 1900 to 2050
Figure 47: Long term annual demand trend - rollout of smart meters with some additional DSOs and extended period to 2021, Belgium, 1900 to 2050
Figure 48: Comparison of the two scenarios, Belgium, 1910-2050
Figure 49: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Bulgaria
1900-2013
Figure 50: Short term annual demand trend, Bulgaria, 2012 to 2018
Figure 51: Long term annual demand trend, Bulgaria, 1900 to 2050
Figure 52: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Czech Republic
1900-2013
Figure 53: Short term annual demand trend, Czech Republic, 2012 to 2018
Figure 54: Long term annual demand trend, Czech Republic, 1900 to 2050
Figure 55: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Denmark, 1900-2013
Figure 56: Short term annual demand trend, Denmark, 2012 to 2018
Figure 57: Long term annual demand trend, Denmark, 1900 to 2050
Figure 58: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and LV consumers, Estonia
1900-2013
Figure 59: Short term annual demand trend, Estonia, 2012 to 2018
Figure 60: Long term annual demand trend, Estonia, 1900 to 2050
Figure 61: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Finland, 1900-2013
Figure 62: Short term annual demand trend, Finland, 2012 to 2018
Figure 63: Long term annual demand trend, Finland, 1900 to 2050
Figure 64: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and LV consumers, France
1900-2013
Figure 65: Short term annual demand trend, France, 2012 to 2018
Figure 66: Long term annual demand trend, France, 1900 to 2050
Figure 67: Long term annual demand trend - delayed 2 years rollout of smart meters, France
1900 to 2050
Figure 68: Long term annual demand trend - extended rollout of smart meters for three years, France, 1900 to 2050
Figure 69: Comparison of the three scenarios, mandated rollout, delayed with a step change and drawn out, France, 1910-2050
Figure 70: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Germany, 1900-2013
Figure 71: Short term annual demand trend, Germany, 2012 to 2018
Figure 72: Long term annual demand trend, Germany, 1900 to 2050
Figure 73: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Greece, 1900-2013
Figure 74: Short term annual demand trend, Greece, 2012 to 2018
Figure 75: Long term annual demand trend, Greece, 1900 to 2050
Figure 76: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Hungary, 1900-2013
Figure 77: Short term annual demand trend, Hungary, 2012 to 2018
Figure 78: Long term annual demand trend, Hungary, 1900 to 2050
Figure 79: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Ireland, 1900-2013
Figure 80: Short term annual demand trend, Ireland, 2012 to 2018
Figure 81: Long term annual demand trend, Ireland, 1900 to 2050
Figure 82: Long term annual demand trend - delayed 2 years rollout of smart meters, Ireland
1900 to 2050
Figure 83: Long term annual demand trend - extended rollout of smart meters for three years, Ireland, 1900 to 2050
Figure 84: Comparison of the three scenarios, mandated rollout, extended for two years, Ireland
Figure 85: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and LV consumers Italy
1900-2013
Figure 86: Short term annual demand trend, Italy, 2012 to 2018
Figure 87: Long term annual demand trend, Italy, 1900 to 2050
Figure 88: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and LV consumers, Latvia
1900-2013
Figure 89: Long term annual demand trend, Latvia, 1900 to 2050
Figure 90: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Lithuania, 1900-2013
Figure 91: Short term annual demand trend, Lithuania, 2012 to 2018
Figure 92: Long term annual demand trend, Lithuania, 1900 to 2050
Figure 93: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Netherlands, 1900-2013
Figure 94: Short term annual demand trend, Netherlands, 2012 to 2018
Figure 95: Long term annual demand trend, Netherlands, 1900 to 2050
Figure 96: Long term annual demand trend - extended 2 years rollout of smart meters, Netherlands, 1900 to 2050
Figure 97: Comparison of the three scenarios, mandated rollout, extended for two years, Netherlands
Figure 98: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Norway, 1900-2013
Figure 99: Short term annual demand trend, Norway, 2012 to 2018
Figure 100: Long term annual demand trend, Norway, 1900 to 2050
Figure 101: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Poland, 1900-2013
Figure 102: Short term annual demand trend, Poland, 2012 to 2018
Figure 103: Long term annual demand trend, Poland, 1900 to 2050
Figure 104: Long term annual demand trend - extended rollout of smart meters for three years, Poland, 1900 to 2050
Figure 105: Comparison of the two scenarios, Poland
Figure 106: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Portugal, 1900-2013
Figure 107: Short term annual demand trend, Portugal, 2012 to 2018
Figure 108: Long term annual demand trend, Portugal, 1900 to 2050
Figure 109: Long term annual demand trend - delayed 3 years rollout of smart meters and extended until 2023, Portugal, 1900 to 2050
Figure 110: Comparison of the two scenarios, currently rumoured rollout, and a delayed and extended rollout, Portugal
Figure 111: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Romania, 1900-2013
Figure 112: Short term annual demand trend, Romania, 2012 to 2018
Figure 113: Long term annual demand trend, Romania, 1900 to 2050
Figure 114: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Slovak Republic 1900-2013
Figure 115: Short term annual demand trend, Slovak Republic, 2012 to 2018
Figure 116: Long term annual demand trend, Slovak Republic, 1900 to 2050
Figure 117: Long term annual demand trend - delayed 2 years rollout of smart meters, Slovak Republic, 1900 to 2050
Figure 118: Long term annual demand trend - extended rollout of smart meters for three years,
Slovak Republic 1900 to 2050
Figure 119: Comparison of the three scenarios, mandated rollout, extended for two years, Slovak Republic
Figure 120: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Slovenia, 1900-2013
Figure 121: Short term annual demand trend, Slovenia, 2012 to 2018
Figure 122: Long term annual demand trend, Slovenia, 1900 to 2050
Figure 123: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Spain
1900-2013
Figure 124: Short term annual demand trend, Spain, 2012 to 2018
Figure 125: Long term annual demand trend, Spain, 1900 to 2050
Figure 126: Long term annual demand trend - extended rollout of smart meters for three years, Spain, 1900 to 2050
Figure 127: Comparison of the two scenarios, mandated rollout, extended for two years, Spain
Figure 128: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Sweden, 1900-2013
Figure 129: Short term annual demand trend, Sweden, 2012 to 2018
Figure 130: Long term annual demand trend, Sweden, 1900 to 2050
Figure 131: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, Switzerland, 1900-2013
Figure 132: Short term annual demand trend, Switzerland, 2012 to 2018
Figure 133: Long term annual demand trend, Switzerland, 1900 to 2050
Figure 134: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and LV consumers, Turkey
1900-2013
Figure 135: Short term annual demand trend, Turkey, 2012 to 2018
Figure 136: Long term annual demand trend, Turkey, 1900 to 2050
Figure 137: Long term annual demand trend - with proposed rollout of smart meters, Turkey
1900 to 2050
Figure 138: Numbers of housing units, all electricity consumers and residential consumers, United Kingdom, 1900-2013
Figure 139: Current projections by the larger suppliers for the number of smart and advanced electricity and gas meters to be installed in domestic and smaller non-domestic properties between 2012 and 2019
Figure 140: Short term annual demand trend, United Kingdom, 2012 to 2018
Figure 141: Long term annual demand trend - mandated rollout of smart meters, United Kingdom, 1900 to 2050
Figure 142: Long term annual demand trend - delayed 2 years rollout of smart meters, United Kingdom, 1900 to 2050
Figure 143: Long term annual demand trend - extended rollout of smart meters, United Kingdom, 1900 to 2050
Figure 144: Comparison of the three scenarios, mandated rollout, delayed with a step change and drawn out, United Kingdom 1910-2050
Figure 145: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, CIS
Figure 146: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, CIS, 1900-2013
Figure 147: Short term annual demand trend, CIS, 2012 to 2018
Figure 148: Long term annual demand trend, CIS, 1900 to 2050
Figure 149: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, Russia
Figure 150: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Russia, 1900-2013
Figure 151: Short term annual demand trend, Russia, 2012 to 2018
Figure 152: Long term annual demand trend, Russia, 1900 to 2050
Figure 153: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Ukraine, 1900-2013
Figure 154: Short term annual demand trend, Ukraine, 2012 to 2018
Figure 155: Long term annual demand trend, Ukraine, 1900 to 2050
Figure 156: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, Middle East
Figure 157: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Middle East
1900-2013
Figure 158: Short term annual demand trend, Middle East, 2012 to 2018
Figure 159: Long term annual demand trend 1900 to 2050, Middle East
Figure 160: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and LV consumers, Iran, 1900-2013
Figure 161: Short term annual demand trend, Iran, 2012 to 2018
Figure 162: Long term annual demand trend 1900 to 2050, Iran
Figure 163: Long term annual demand trend - extended rollout of smart meters for two years, Iran, 1900 to 2050
Figure 164: Comparison of the two scenarios, mandated rollout, extended for two years, Iran, 1910-2050
Figure 165: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, North Africa
Figure 166: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, North Africa
1900-2013
Figure 167: Short term annual demand trend, North Africa, 2012 to 2018
Figure 168: Long term annual demand trend, North Africa, 1900 to 2050
Figure 169: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Egypt
1900-2013
Figure 170: Short term annual demand trend, Egypt, 2012 to 2018
Figure 171: Long term annual demand trend, Egypt, 1900 to 2050
Figure 172: Growth in electricity consumers, cagr 2013-2030, Regions of the world
Figure 173: Short term annual demand trend, Sub-Saharan Africa, 2012 to 2018
Figure 174: Long term annual demand trend, Sub-Saharan Africa, 1900 to 2050
Figure 175: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, South Africa
1900-2013
Figure 176: Short term annual demand trend, South Africa, 2012 to 2018
Figure 177: Long term annual demand trend, South Africa, 1900 to 2050
Figure 178: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Angola,
1900-2013
Figure 179: Long term annual demand trend 1900 to 2050, Angola
Figure 180: Numbers of housing units, all residential electricity consumers and residential EEPCo consumers, Ethiopia, 1900-2013
Figure 181: Numbers of housing units, all EEPCo customers and residential EEPCo consumers,
Ethiopia, 1900-2013
Figure 182: Long term annual demand trend 1900 to 2050, Ethiopia
Figure 183: Long term annual demand trend 1900 to 2050, with smart meter rollout in five years from 2014, Ethiopia
Figure 184: Comparison of the two scenarios, with and without smart meters, Ethiopia, 1910-2050
Figure 185: Numbers of housing units, ECG and NED customers and residential consumers, Ghana, 1900-2013
Figure 186: Long term annual demand trend 1900 to 2050, Ghana
Figure 187: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Kenya
1900-2013
Figure 188: Long term annual demand trend 1900 to 2050, Kenya
Figure 189: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Nigeria
1900-2013
Figure 190: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Rwanda
1900-2013
Figure 191: Long term annual demand trend 1900 to 2050, Rwanda
Figure 192: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Tanzania
1900-2013
Figure 193: Long term annual demand trend 1900 to 2050, Tanzania
Figure 194: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, Asia Pacific
Figure 195: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Asia Pacific
1900-2013
Figure 196: Short term annual demand trend, Asia Pacific (Excl. China), 2012 to 2018
Figure 197: Long term annual demand trend, Asia Pacific excluding India, 1900 to 2050
Figure 198: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and residential consumers, Australia
1900-2013
Figure 199: Short term annual demand trend, Australia, 2012 to 2018
Figure 200: Long term annual demand trend, Australia with Victoria alone rollout of smart meters, 1900 to 2050
Figure 201: Long term annual demand trend, Australia with 80% rollout by 2020, 1900 to 2050
Figure 202: Comparison of two scenarios, 1) rollout ends with Victoria, 2) other states follow to 80% by 2021
Figure 203: Proportions of consumption and end-users of electricity, India
Figure 204: Numbers of housing units, all electricity and gird connected residential consumers, India, 1900-

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