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Asia's Smart Grid Market Cracks Open

Date: 29 May 2013

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11 pages, 8 figures

Executive Summary

This report provides suppliers and customers of smart grid solutions with an independent analysis of global smart grid market activity in the first quarter (Q1) of 2013. Verdantix selected this subject for detailed study to help utility executives and smart grid suppliers understand the state of the global smart grid market and identify the best smart grid opportunities for investment. The analysis, based on the Verdantix Smart Grid Deal Tracker, finds that during Q1 2013, Asia accounted for a growing share of smart grid implementation deals compared to Q4 2012 with deals inked in China, India, Pakistan, Singapore and South Korea. The report reveals the different routes tech firms are taking to enter to the Asian market, such as forming joint-ventures, offering services that are not locally available, and tailoring their existing solutions to meet the specific requirements of new markets.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ASIA’S SMART GRID MARKET CRACKS OPEN

Asia Gears Up On Smart Meter Deployments, Boosting Its Share Of Deals
Foreign Smart Grid Suppliers Vie To Plant Their Seeds In Asia

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1. Smart Grid Solution Definitions
Figure 2. Four Categories Of Smart Grid Deal
Figure 3. New Smart Grid Deals Closed Q1 2012 - Q1 2013
Figure 4. Geography Of Smart Grid Implementation Deals Closed In Q1 2013
Figure 5. Smart Grid Implementation Deals By Solution Type In Q1 2013
Figure 6. Smart Grid Partnership Deals By Solution Type In Q1 2013
Figure 7. Geographic Scope Of Disclosed Smart Grid Funding & Investment In Q1 2013
Figure 8. Smart Grid Funding & Investment By Solution Type In Q1 2013 

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONEDORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

AT&T, Atos Origin, Baoding Tianwei Baobian Electric, Beijing Guozhiheng Power Management Technology Group, Capgemini, Cisco, Echelon, Glen Canyon, Holley Metering, Honeywell, Hydro One Networks, IBM, Itron, Khosla Ventures, LightSail Energy, NTT Communications, Opower, Panasonic, PG&E, Silver Spring Networks, Singapore Power Group, Southern California Edison, Space-Time Insight, Total Energy Ventures, US Department Of Agriculture, ZTE.