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세계의 스마트 그리드 산업(2019년)

The Global Smart Grid Industry, 2019

리서치사 NRG Expert
발행일 2019년 01월 상품 코드 778138
페이지 정보 영문 33 Pages
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세계의 스마트 그리드 산업(2019년) The Global Smart Grid Industry, 2019
발행일 : 2019년 01월 페이지 정보 : 영문 33 Pages

세계의 스마트 그리드(Smart Grid) 산업에 대해 조사했으며, 스마트 그리드 사례 및 기술적 변화와 관련된 기능, 과제 및 이점 등에 대해 분석했습니다.

제1장 주요 요약

제2장 서론

제3장 스마트 그리드 개발의 장벽

제4장 스토리지

  • 기계적 스토리지
  • 전기화학적 스토리지
  • 전자기적 스토리지
  • 급탕기
  • 새로운 에너지와의 결합

제5장 전기자동차(EV)

제6장 보안

  • 데이터 프라이버시 문제
  • 도전(Energy Theft)
  • 악의

제7장 결론

KSM 19.02.01

The smart grid has gained a lot of column inches in the last decade as the panacea for all problems with the current grid system. The grid's high carbon footprint; and its inability to integrate a high percentage of intermittent renewable energy capacity from wind and solar, and distributed, small scale energy generators, such as rooftop solar PV plants and small-scale wind turbines; are all but a few of the problems faced in modern grid systems.

The NRG Expert Global Smart Grid Industry report and database provide an overview of the smart grid industry discussing the case for the smart grid and some of the features, challenges and benefits associated with the technological shift taking place. Renewables integration and our ever-increasing need for energy efficiency coupled with an increased demand for energy is driving the development and advancement of smart grid infrastructure.

Legacy grid systems are being adapted to the new realities of rooftop solar and electric vehicles; while newly built grids are adapting to the fundamental shift of decentralized energy production. This report and the accompanying database provide insights into these markets and present some of the technologies that are helping utilities and governments plan and adapt for the future grid systems.

The database gives a by-country overview of the market share of annual demand that is allocated to smart technology. Included in the database figures is the total amount that NRG Expert forecasts will be needed to achieve smart grid goals and comprises estimated annual spending on goods, services, and development of smart grid technology. Utility meters make up a large component of this spend, and this is included in the total. Where a lot of focus in the report is on electricity and the smart grid technologies being deployed there, the NRG Expert Smart Grid Database that accompanies this report includes technology in other utility sectors that is Smart Technology.

Table of Contents

1 Executive Summary

2 Introduction

  • The Report and Database
  • Case for the smart grid
  • Definition of the smart grid
  • The business case of the smart grid

3 Barriers to the development of the smart grid

4 Storage

  • Mechanical Storage
  • Electrochemical storage
  • Electromagnetic storage
  • Water heaters
  • Coupling to new energies

5 Electric Vehicles (EVs)

6 Security

  • Data privacy issues
  • Energy Theft
  • Malicious intent

7 Conclusion

List of Figures

  • Figure 2.1. Base, intermediate and peak load by time of day
  • Figure 2.2. Cumulative Hours of Operation
  • Figure 2.3. Traditional and future electric grid systems - Traditional grid (left), future grid (right)
  • Figure 2.4. Meters
  • Figure 2.5. Percentage utility operating savings based on real savings at AMI deployments
  • Figure 4.1. Different grid storage options
  • Figure 4.2. Salt structures and existing gas storage site in Europe
  • Figure 5.1. Comparison of different electric power train configurations
  • Figure 5.2. Electric vehicle/ plug-in hybrid electric vehicle roadmap vision for expansion in sales, 2010 - 2050
  • Figure 5.3. Future of the electric car and lithium ion battery markets
  • Figure 6.1. Attack points in the smart grid

List of Tables

  • Table 2.1. Pricing tariffs for the smart grid
  • Table 2.2. Comparison of Today's Grid and Smart Grid
  • Table 2.3. Network requirements for smart grid applications
  • Table 2.4. Strengths and weaknesses of different WAN technologies
  • Table 2.5. Overview of IEEE standards
  • Table 2.6. Other technologies promoted by the development of the smart grid market
  • Table 4.1. Main energy storage technologies
  • Table 6.1. Methods of manipulation of smart meters
  • Table 6.2. Methods and products used for securing critical enterprise networks
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