The Distribution Automation Market –Analysis of Market Size, Share and Trends for 2014 – 2019 and Forecasts to 2030

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The Distribution Automation Market By Component (field devices, softwares and services); By Technology Communication (wireless and wired); By utility (public and private) and Region –Analysis of Market Size, Share and Trends for 2014 – 2019 and Forecasts to 2030

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Description

Product overview

Distribution automation refers to a solution that includes a set of intelligent processors, communication technologies, and sensors that enables monitoring, controlling, protecting, and maintaining the distribution network. It is an integral part of the smart grid systems and provides benefits of efficiency and reliability of operations within the grid. Distribution automation is mainly categorized into two areas including customer-end automation and distribution substation and feeder automation which helps in optimizing a utility’s operations and directly improves the reliability of its distribution power system.

Market Highlights

The distribution automation market size grew at USD XXX billion in 2020 at a CAGR of 7 % during the forecast period. An increase in the share of a generation of renewable energy and the need for improvement in grid reliability as well as operating efficiency and increasing investments to upgrade old grid infrastructure are reasons for the growth of the market.

Recent Highlights in the Distribution automation market

In March 2020, ASEA Brown Boveri introduced an upgraded version of the REX640 protection relay which enhanced the communication security and flexibility in advanced power generation and distribution applications.
In September 2019, Tozzi Electrical Equipment was acquired by G&W Electric to expand its markets outside North America and also enhance its power grid solutions portfolio..
In September 2019, Meglab and Schneider Electric entered into an agreement in which Schneider Electric’s medium voltage equipment was integrated with Meglab’s low voltage package to offer more flexible, customizable, and efficient power and automation solutions for customers across various industries.
Distribution automation market: Segments

The distribution automation market can be segmented on the basis of components, communication technology, utility, and region.

By Component, it can be further segmented into field devices, software, and services. Field devices can be sub-categorized into Smart Relays, Automated Capacitors, Remote termainal units, Transformer Monitors, Remote Fault indicators, Automated Feeder Monitors, Smarts Relays and Automated Feeder Switches. Here, field devices are likely to dominate the segment as they help grid operations in terms of reliability, voltage, and reactive power management.

By Technology Communication it can be further segmented into Wireless and Wired. Wireless can be further sub-categorized into Cellular Frequency Mesh, WiMAX, and Cellular Networks while the Wired segment can be sub-divided into IP, Ethernet, Fiber Optic and Powerline Carrier. Wireless technology reduces maintenance costs, as well as its easy accessibility of data, will increase the growth of this segment.

By Utility, it can be further segmented into Public and Private. The public segment is expected to dominate the utility segment due to its ever-increasing number of publicly owned electric utilities.

The region segment can be further divided into five major types including North America, Latin America, Europe, APAC, and MENA.

Distribution automation market: Drivers and Restraints

Drivers

An increase in the share of a generation of renewable energy and the need for improvement in grid reliability as well as operating efficiency and increasing investments to upgrade old grid infrastructure are the key drivers for the growth of the distribution automation market. Internet of things and communication technologies are experiencing radical advancements which are a solid foundation to build the future of the automation distribution market. Furthermore, advancement in technology leads to lower cost of maintenance and high efficiency which can be a growth driver for the market.

Restraint

Lack of awareness in underdeveloped and developing economies acts as a restraint in the distribution automation market. Furthermore, technical issues along with the high cost of deployment are also anticipated to hinder the market growth.

Distribution automation market: Regions

The region segment can be further divided into five major types including North America, Latin America, Europe, APAC, and MENA.

APAC is forecasted to have the highest distribution market in the forecasted period due to the increased demand for distributed automation for high investments in smart grid projects and also its movement towards clean energy sources.

The distribution automation market is further segmented by region into:

North America Market Size, Share, Trends, Opportunities-o-Y Growth, CAGR – United States and Canada

Latin America Market Size, Share, Trends, Opportunities, Y-o-Y Growth, CAGR – Mexico, Argentina, Brazil and Rest of Latin America

Europe Market Size, Share, Trends, Opportunities, Y-o-Y Growth, CAGR – United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Hungary, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, NORDIC, Russia, Turkey and Rest of Europe

APAC Market Size, Share, Trends, Opportunities, Y-o-Y Growth, CAGR – India, China, South Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, New Zealand, Australia and Rest of APAC

MENA Market Size, Share, Trends, Opportunities, Y-o-Y Growth, CAGR – North Africa, Israel, GCC, South Africa and Rest of MENA

Distribution automation market: Key players

General Electric Company
Business Strategy
Key Product offerings
Financial performance
Key Performance Indicators
Risk Analysis
Recent Development
Regional Presence
SWOT Analysis
Siemens AG
ASEA Brown Boveri
General Electric Company
Schneider Electric SE
Landis+Gyr
Power System Engineering
S&C Electric Company
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Xylem Inc.
The Distribution automation market report also contains analysis on:

Distribution automation market segments:-

By Component:
Field Devices
Remote Fault Indicators
Smart Relays
Automated Feeder Switches
Automated Capacitors
Automated Voltage Regulators
Automated Feeder Monitors
Transformer Monitors
Remote Terminal Units
Software
Services
By Communication Technology:
Wireless
Radio Frequency Mesh
Cellular Networks
WiMAX
Wired
Fiber Optic
Ethernet
Powerline Carrier
IP
By Utility:
Public
Private
Cloud Managed Services Market dynamics
Cloud Managed Services Market size
Supply & Demand
Current Trends/Issues/Challenges
Competition & Companies Involved in the Market
Value Chain of the Market
Market Drivers and Restraints
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Contents
1. Executive Summary
2. Distribution Automation Market
2.1. Product Overview
2.2. Market Definition
2.3. Segmentation
2.4. Assumptions and Acronyms
3. Research Methodology
3.1. Research Objectives
3.2. Primary Research
3.3. Secondary Research
3.4. Forecast Model
3.5. Market Size Estimation
4. Average Pricing Analysis
5. Market Dynamics
5.1. Growth Drivers
5.2. Restraints
5.3. Opportunity
5.4. Trends
6. Correlation & Regression Analysis
6.1. Correlation Matrix
6.2. Regression Matrix
7. Recent Development, Policies & Regulatory Landscape
8. Risk Analysis
8.1. Demand Risk Analysis
8.2. Supply Risk Analysis
9. Distribution Automation Market Analysis
9.1. Porters Five Forces
9.1.1. Threat of New Entrants
9.1.2. Bargaining Power of Suppliers
9.1.3. Threat of Substitutes
9.1.4. Rivalry
9.2. PEST Analysis
9.2.1. Political
9.2.2. Economic
9.2.3. Social
9.2.4. Technological
10. Distribution Automation Market
10.1. Market Size & forecast, 2019A-2030F
10.1.1. By Value (USD Million) 2019-2030F; Y-o-Y Growth (%) 2020-2030F
10.1.2. By Volume (Million Units) 2019-2030F; Y-o-Y Growth (%) 2020-2030F
11. Distribution Automation Market: Market Segmentation
11.1. By Regions
11.1.1. North America:(U.S. and Canada)
• By Value (USD Million) 2019-2030F; Y-o-Y Growth (%) 2020-2030F
11.1.2. Latin America: (Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Rest of Latin America)
• By Value (USD Million) 2019-2030F; Y-o-Y Growth (%) 2020-2030F
11.1.3. Europe: (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Spain, BENELUX, NORDIC, Hungary, Poland, Turkey, Russia, Rest of Europe)
• By Value (USD Million) 2019-2030F; Y-o-Y Growth (%) 2020-2030F
11.1.4. Asia-Pacific: (China, India, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, Rest of Asia Pacific)
• By Value (USD Million) 2019-2030F; Y-o-Y Growth (%) 2020-2030F
11.1.5. Middle East and Africa: (Israel, GCC, North Africa, South Africa, Rest of Middle East and Africa)
• By Value (USD Million) 2019-2030F; Y-o-Y Growth (%) 2020-2030F
11.2. By Component: Market Share (2020-2030F)
11.2.1. Field devices, By Value (USD Million) 2019-2030F; Y-o-Y Growth (%) 2020-2030F
11.2.2. Software, By Value (USD Million) 2019-2030F; Y-o-Y Growth (%) 2020-2030F
11.2.3. Services, By Value (USD Million) 2019-2030F; Y-o-Y Growth (%) 2020-2030F
11.3. By Technology Communication : Market Share (2020-2030F)
11.3.1. Wireless, By Value (USD Million) 2019-2030F; Y-o-Y Growth (%) 2020-2030F
11.3.2. Wired, By Value (USD Million) 2019-2030F; Y-o-Y Growth (%) 2020-2030F
11.4. By Utility : Market Share (2020-2030F)
11.4.1. Public, By Value (USD Million) 2019-2030F; Y-o-Y Growth (%) 2020-2030F
11.4.2. Private, By Value (USD Million) 2019-2030F; Y-o-Y Growth (%) 2020-2030F
12. Company Profile
12.1. General Electric Company
12.1.1. Company Overview
12.1.2. Company Total Revenue (Financials)
12.1.3. Market Potential
12.1.4. Global Presence
12.1.5. Key Performance Indicators
12.1.6. SWOT Analysis
12.1.7. Product Launch
12.2. Siemens AG
12.3. ASEA Brown Boveri
12.4. Schneider Electric SE
12.5. Landis+Gyr
12.6. Power System Engineering
12.7. S&C Electric Company
12.8. Cisco Systems, Inc.
12.9. Xylem Inc.

13. Consultant Recommendation
**The above given segmentations and companies could be subjected to further modification based on in-depth feasibility studies conducted for the final deliverable.