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전력 도난(Electricity Theft) 및 비기술적 손실: 세계 시장, 솔루션 및 벤더

Electricity Theft and Non-Technical Losses: Global Markets, Solutions and Vendors

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발행일 2017년 05월 상품 코드 499449
페이지 정보 영문 58 Pages plus Dataset
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전력 도난(Electricity Theft) 및 비기술적 손실: 세계 시장, 솔루션 및 벤더 Electricity Theft and Non-Technical Losses: Global Markets, Solutions and Vendors
발행일 : 2017년 05월 페이지 정보 : 영문 58 Pages plus Dataset

세계적으로 전력 도난(Electricity Theft), 부정 및 청구서 오류 등 비기술적 손실에 의한 유틸리티 기업의 연간 손실액은 960억 달러에 달합니다. 최근까지 이 문제의 유효한 해결책은 거의 없었습니다. 그러나 현재는 전 세계 지역에서 AMI(첨단 미터링 인프라) 계획이 책정되고 있습니다.

세계의 전력 도난(Electricity Theft) 및 비기술적 손실 시장에 대해 조사했으며, 세계 각국의 비기술적 손실액, 손실 비율 및 고객 1인당 손실액, 비기술적 손실 절감에 가장 비용 효과적인 솔루션, 주요 벤더와 솔루션 차별화 방법 등에 대해 정리하여 전해드립니다.

개요

제1장 전력 도난 문제의 정량화

제2장 손실 감소 솔루션

제3장 시장 예측

제4장 사례 연구

제5장 수입 보장 벤더

  • AMI 예측
  • 수입 보장 분석 예측
  • 선불 미터링 예측

제6장 부록

도표

KSA 17.06.01

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Globally, utilities lose $96 billion per year to non-technical losses - typically electricity theft, fraud, billing errors, and other lost revenue. The effect of these losses can be crippling, driving up electricity prices for paying customers, starving utilities of the resources for future capital investment, and in many cases creating financially unsustainable utilities or draining governments of subsidies that could be used to modernize the country's infrastructure. Until recently, there were few effective solutions for this problem. Labor-intensive premise inspections and account auditing often costs more than the actual value of the losses, enforcement is always challenging, and previously AMI metering was prohibitively expensive in many countries. This is now changing, with AMI plans in the works across all regions of the world.


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Furthermore, sophisticated software and analytics can use real-time data from AMI meters and other grid infrastructure to pinpoint the source of non-technical losses. These solutions are spreading from developed countries where they are in many cases already well established to emerging market countries where the problem is significantly larger and critical to the fundamental health of many countries' utilities. This will create a multi-billion dollar market, with companies from small software startups to the largest metering vendors and system integrators seeking to gain a piece of the market.


Key questions answered in this study:

  • How much does each country across the world lose to non-technical losses in terms of dollars, percentage lost, and dollars lost per customer?
  • What are the most cost-effective solutions for reducing non-technical losses?
  • Who are the leading vendors and how are their solutions differentiated?

Table of Contents

  • i. Executive summary
  • 1. Quantifying the electricity theft problem
  • 2. Loss-reduction solutions
  • 3. Market forecasts
  • 5.1 AMI forecast
  • 5.2 Revenue protection analytics forecast
  • 5.3 Prepaid metering forecast
  • 4. Case studies
  • 5. Revenue protection vendors
  • 6. Appendix (data for 125 individual countries)

List of Figures, Boxes, and Tables

  • Electricity theft and non-technical losses: Key takeaways
  • Figure 1.1: Non-technical losses by percentage and value
  • Figure 1.2: Top 30 countries for non-technical losses in terms of value
  • Figure 1.3: Non-technical losses by region
  • Figure 1.4: Comparison of NTL and revenue protection analytics investment
  • Figure 1.5: Top 20 countries for NTL on per-capita basis
  • Figure 2.1: Comparison of loss-reduction activities
  • Table 2.1: Non-technical loss reduction options
  • Figure 2.2: Analytics-based loss-reduction solutions
  • Figure 3.1: AMI forecast by region (cumulative)
  • Figure 3.2: Regional residential electricity meter market sizes in 2017
  • Figure 3.3: Regional residential electricity meter market sizes in 2027
  • Figure 3.4: Revenue protection analytics forecast by region (cumulative)
  • Figure 3.5: Combined prepaid metering (thick and thin) forecast by region
  • Figure 3.6: Current state of global prepaid electricity metering
  • Table 3.1: Largest prepaid metering growth markets
  • Figure 4.1: Revenue protection case studies
  • Figure 4.2: Expected costs and savings for Energia+ at Eletrobras
  • Figure 4.3: Billing changes after revenue protection program at SMUD
  • Table 4.1: Non-technical loss reduction solutions at JPS
  • Table 4.2: Donor loss-reduction initiatives in Mozambique
  • Figure 5.1: Revenue protection analytics vendor landscape
  • Table 5.1: Other revenue protection analytics vendors
  • Table 6.1: Global non-technical loss data
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