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[January 14, 2013]

Smart Grid in China: Smart Meters and Grid Automation Technologies: Development Plans, Policy Trends, Key Industry Players, Market Analysis, and Forecasts

NEW YORK, Jan. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Smart Grid in China: Smart Meters and Grid Automation Technologies: Development Plans, Policy Trends, Key Industry Players, Market Analysis, and Forecasts http://www.reportlinker.com/p01081313/Smart-Grid-in-China-Smart-Meters-and-Grid-Automation-Technologies-Development-Plans-Policy-Trends-Key-Industry-Players-Market-Analysis-and-Forecasts .html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Electrical_Equipment The development of a smart grid has become the major focus of power grid construction in China. Through the application of modern metrology, communications, information, and control technologies, the country's power grid is undergoing a fundamental upgrade.


China's smart grid development includes six key areas: power generation, transmission, transformation, distribution, consumption, and dispatching. The smart grid covers all voltage levels to achieve the optimum power flow, information flow, and business flow, along with a high degree of integration. China is currently in the second stage of its smart grid deployment, according to the State Grid Corporation of China. Lasting from 2011-2015, this is the full construction phase. Pike Research forecasts that cumulative smart grid revenue in China will reach $127 billion by 2020.

This Pike Research report provides a comprehensive analysis of the relevant issues of China's smart grid deployment program. The report includes a detailed analysis of the market drivers, business models and technology issues for smart grid development in China. Profiles are provided more than 40 key industry players, classified by different industries, along with forecasts for smart grid revenue and smart meter shipments through 2020.

Key Questions Addressed: Which business models are being employed and what are the market drivers for smart grid development in China - How large will the smart grid market be in China through 2020 - Who are the key market players in China's smart grid market - What is the impact of Chinese regulatory policy on smart grid projects in China - What are the key areas of R&D for smart grid development in China - How do smart grid development programs vary by region in China Who needs this report Smart grid technology developers- Smart meter manufacturers- Smart grid software providers- Systems integrators- Utilities- Government agencies and policymakers- Investor community Table of Contents 1. Executive Summary 1.1 Introduction1.2 Building a Strong Smart Grid as Part of the 12th Five-Year Plan1.3 Smart Grid Stages1.4 Market Forecasts 2. Market Issues 2.1 Smart Grid Environment in China2.1.1 Industrial Development Environment2.1.2 History of China's Power Grid Development2.1.2.1 China's Current Energy Sources2.1.2.2 China's Ultra High Voltage (UHV) Power Grid2.2 Smart Grid Development in China2.2.1 Government Commitment2.2.2 Smart Grid Goals2.2.3 Definition of China's Strong Smart Grid2.2.3.1 Three Stages of a Strong Smart Grid2.2.3.2 Four Systems for the Strong Smart Grid2.2.3.3 Five Major Connotations2.2.3.4 Six Focus Areas of the Strong Smart Grid2.3 Development Objectives2.3.1 General Objectives2.3.2 Objectives for Power Generation2.3.2.1 Key Details2.3.3 Objectives for Power Transmission2.3.3.1 Key Details2.3.4 Objectives for Power Transformation2.3.4.1 Key Details2.3.5 Objectives for Power Distribution2.3.5.1 Key Details2.3.6 Objectives for Power Consumption2.3.6.1 Key Details2.3.7 Objectives for Power Dispatching2.3.7.1 Key Details2.3.8 Objectives for Communications and Information2.3.8.1 Key Details2.4 Government Policy in China2.4.1 China's 12th Five-Year Plan 3. Technology Issues 3.1 Standardization of China's Smart Grid3.1.1 Framework for Strong Smart Grid Technical Standards System3.1.2 First Batch of SGCC Smart Grid Core Standards3.1.3 Target Phases of Equipment Development and Standards Establishment3.1.4 Establishment of Specific Technical Standards3.2 Construction of Research and Test Capability3.3 Key Research Areas for Smart Grid3.4 Key Smart Grid Projects3.5 Low-Voltage Ride Through (LVRT) Issues in Large-Scale Wind Farms 4. Key Industry Players 4.1 National Utilities and Industry Associations4.1.1 China Electricity Council (CEC)4.1.2 China Southern Power Grid Co., Ltd. (CSG)4.1.3 National Energy Administration (NEA)4.1.4 State Electricity Regulatory Commission (SERC)4.1.5 State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC)4.1.5.1 Profile of SGCC4.1.5.2 SGCC's Coverage4.2 National R&D Centers4.2.1 China Electric Power Research Institute (CEPRI)4.2.2 State Grid Electric Power Research Institute (SGEPRI)4.2.3 State Grid Energy Research Institute (SGERI)4.2.4 State Grid Information & Telecommunication Co., Ltd. (SGIT)4.3 Big Five Power Generation Groups in China4.3.1 China Datang Corp. (CDT)4.3.2 China Guodian Corp.4.3.3 China Huadian Corp.4.3.4 China Huaneng Group (CHNG)4.3.5 China Power Investment Corp.4.4 Smart Meter Manufacturers4.4.1 Chint Instrument and Meter Co. (CIMC)4.4.2 Holley Metering Ltd.4.4.3 Ningbo Sanxing Electric Co., Ltd.4.4.4 Rongxin Power Electronic Co., Ltd.4.4.5 Shenzhen Clou Electronics Co., Ltd.4.4.6 Shenzhen Haoningda Meters Co., Ltd.4.4.7 Wasion Group Ltd.4.4.8 XJ Metering Co., Ltd.4.5 Foreign Enterprises in China Market4.5.1 ABB4.5.2 Alstom4.5.3 General Electric4.5.4 Honeywell4.5.5 IBM4.5.6 Landis+Gyr4.5.7 Siemens 5. Market Forecasts 5.1 Overall Smart Grid Revenue in China5.1.1 Smart Grid Revenue by Application in China5.2 Overall Electric Meter Market in China5.2.1 Smart Meter Unit Shipments in China5.2.2 Smart Meter Installed Base in China5.2.3 Smart Meter Shipments by NAN Technology in China5.2.4 Smart Meter Revenue and Average Selling Prices in China 6. Appendix 6.1 Smart Grid Development by Region6.1.1 Beijing6.1.2 Shanghai6.1.3 Shanghai Smart Grid Demonstration Project6.1.4 Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city6.1.5 Fujian Province6.1.6 Hebei Province6.1.7 Jiangxi Province6.1.8 Shangdong Province 7. Company Directory 8. Acronym and Abbreviation List 9. Table of Contents 10. Table of Charts and Figures 11. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes List of Charts and Figures - Annual Smart Grid Revenue, China: 2011-2020 Cumulative Smart Grid Revenue, China: 2011-2020 Annual Smart Grid Revenue by Application, China: 2011-2020 Cumulative Smart Grid Revenue by Application, China: 2011-2020 Cumulative Smart Grid Revenue Percentage by Application, China: 2020 Electric Meter Installed Base, China: 2011-2020 Annual and Cumulative Smart Meter Unit Shipments, China: 2011-2020 Smart Meter Installed Base and Penetration Rates, China: 2011-2020 Smart Meter Shipment Percentage by NAN Technology, China: 2011-2020 Smart Meter Shipments by NAN Technology, China: 2011-2020 Simple, Basic, and Advanced Smart Meter ASP and Smart Meter Revenue by Type, China: 2011-2020 Annual and Cumulative Smart Meter Revenue, China: 2011-2020 Breakdown of Historical Energy Use, China: 2004-2008 China's Surging Demand for Energy Four Basic Systems for a Strong Smart Grid Five Major Connotations of Strong Smart Grid Framework for Strong Smart Grid Technical Standards System Target Phases of Equipment Development and Standards Establishment 10 Categories of Key Research Areas for Smart Grid Profile of China Southern Power Grid (CSG) Profile of State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) List of Tables - Three-stage Smart Grid Plan, China: 2009-2020 First Batch of Core Standards and Their Relationship with National and International Standards Annual and Cumulative Smart Grid Revenue, China: 2011-2020 Annual Smart Grid Revenue by Application, China: 2011-2020 Cumulative Smart Grid Revenue by Application, China: 2011-2020 Electric Meter Installed Base, China: 2011-2020 Annual and Cumulative Smart Meter Unit Shipments, China: 2011-2020 Smart Meter Installed Base and Penetration Rates, China: 2011-2020 Smart Meter Shipments by NAN Technology, China: 2011-2020 Simple, Basic, and Advanced Smart Meter ASP and Smart Meter Revenue by Type, China: 2011-2020 To order this report:Electrical_Equipment Industry: Smart Grid in China: Smart Meters and Grid Automation Technologies: Development Plans, Policy Trends, Key Industry Players, Market Analysis, and Forecasts Nicolas BombourgReportlinkerEmail: nicolasbombourg@reportlinker.comUS: (805)652-2626Intl: +1 805-652-2626 SOURCE Reportlinker

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