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Power Transmission and Distribution (T&D) Scenario in Europe - Infrastructure, Investment and Regulations Analysis to 2020

SKU:GDPE1056MAR / 359579
Publication Date:14.08.2013
Language version:English
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Report Type:Zukunftsanalyse
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- Information related to power supply structure in the UK, Norway, Ireland, France, Russia, Germany and Italy
- Analysis of T&D market covering network lines (Ckm), capacity (MVA) and substations (units) in the above mentioned key countries
- Information on operational and under construction/planned cross border grid interconnections for the above mentioned key countries
- Information concerning the smart grid, and power imports and exports in the above mentioned key countries
- T&D investment planned during the forecast period in the above mentioned key countries
- Key regulations influencing the T&D market in the above mentioned key countries
- A comparative snapshot of these key countries in Europe in terms of the current status of the power T&D market in each country


- Facilitate decision-making based on historic and forecast data related to T&D capacity, line length and substations in the UK, Norway, Ireland, France, Russia, Germany and Italy
- Refine business strategies with a complete understanding of the trends and developments shaping the T&D markets in the above mentioned key countries
- Evaluate opportunities in promising T&D markets to quantify potential returns on investment

Content of the report

The report provides an in-depth analysis of the T&D markets in the UK, Norway, Ireland, France, Russia, Germany and Italy in terms of infrastructure, investment and regulatory structure. Information is provided relating to T&D lines, transmission capacity, substations and cross-border grid interconnections. Key drivers and restraints impacting the market are also discussed and information is provided regarding smart grid deployment in these countries. The report throws light on power imports and exports in the countries in question, as well as the investment and initiatives planned in the T&D sector during the forecast period. The report also provides a comparative snapshot of these key countries in Europe in terms of the current status of their T&D markets.
 
Renewable Energy Demand to Drive European Transmission & Distribution Market

A rising demand for electricity coupled with environmental concerns across Europe is leading countries to look for more diverse energy sources, which will in turn boost investment in their Transmission and Distribution (T&D) infrastructure, according to research and consulting firm GlobalData.

The company’s latest report* states that key European countries, including Germany, France, UK, Norway, Italy, Ireland and France, will spend substantial sums on grid expansion and upgrade programs in order increase security of electricity supply, deploy smart grid technology and accommodate new sources of power generation – particularly renewable.

Shivanshu Agnihotri, senior analyst at GlobalData, says: “Renewable energy accounted for around 70% of the total power generation capacity additions made in the EU in 2012, and further additions are being introduced as a result of EU targets on reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to increase the share of renewables total energy consumption by 2020.”

According to the report, European T&D grids are characterized by issues related to network congestion and the integration of distributed energy resources.

Agnihotri continues: “The aging nature of the T&D networks in Europe has raised concerns regarding the stability of the electricity supply and has prompted a number of nations to frame policies for the incorporation of efficient technologies into the grid.”

The need to increase cross-border grid interconnections will be another boost to the European T&D market, as it could lead to competition in the power market and the potential reduction of power prices. By providing a broader generation base, interconnections can improve energy supply security and reduce the need for the additional construction of power generation capacity, states the report.

“Europe is expected to invest heavily in the establishment of transmission infrastructure as it strives to create cross-border grid interconnections and harness the energy generated from renewable sources around the continent,” Agnihotri concludes.
  • Power Transmission and Distribution (T&D) Scenario in Europe - Infrastructure, Investment and Regulations Analysis to 2020


  • The report provides an in-depth analysis of the T&D markets in the UK, Norway, Ireland, France, Russia, Germany and Italy in terms of infrastructure, investment and regulatory structure. Information is provided relating to T&D lines, transmission capacity, substations and cross-border grid interconnections. Key drivers and restraints impacting the market are also discussed and information is provided regarding smart grid deployment in these countries.

    This report was built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research, and in-house analysis conducted by GlobalData’s team of industry experts.