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Energy Acuity 2017 Smart Grid Report

2017 Smart Grid Report Overview

Energy Acuity (EA) broadly uses the term “Smart Grid” to define a wide variety of technologies used to modernize power delivery and consumption. Smart Grid consists of controls, software, automation, and new technologies and equipment working together to respond digitally to quickly changing electric demand.

What’s included in the report?

Energy Acuity 2017 Smart Grid Report Table of Contents

2017 In-Review: Smart Grid Projects

This section highlights smart grid projects that were implemented in 2017, as well as Request for Proposals (RFPs) released in 2017.

Short-Term Outlook & Smart Grid Vendor Report

The Short-Term Outlook and the Smart Grid Vendor Report sections pull from our utility conversation data set. That program consists of regularly scheduled conversations with hundreds of North American utilities, both IOUs and POUs, focused on current smart grid vendor relationships as well as future utility investments in new vendors and technologies. To learn more about accessing the subscriber version of the report, please visit Energy Acuity Reports.

Report Pages

1 – 2| Title Page & Table of Contents
3| 2017 Smart Grid Overview
4| Smart Grid Projects Implemented in 2017
5| 2017 Smart Grid Projects by Vendor
6| 2017 Smart Grid RFPs by Utility
7| 2017 Smart Grid RFPs by Technology Type
8| Utilities Planning Smart Grid Investment by Utility Type
9| Utilities Planned Spending on Smart Grid Technology
10| Technology Types by Popularity
11| AMI Vendors
12| Asset Management Vendors
13| Feeder Automation Vendors
14 – 15| Source Details & Contact Information

Energy Acuity 2017 Smart Grid Report

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