Distributed Power Generation – Thematic Research
- Pages: 27
- Published: October 2020
- Report Code: GDPE-TR-S020
Today’s state-of-the-art electric power supply and delivery systems comprise a complex array of electrical components including power generation, transmission, voltage control, and power delivery with multiple points of supply and use. Technology advancements have diversified the grid, adding new sources of generation, and improving stability of supply.
Distributed power generation (DPG) offers a high potential to support customers’ power quality and reliability needs and hence attains a significant value. The system of DPG refers to modular power generation at or near customer sites and loads. It can provide increased economic value to the customer as well as to the overall power grid.
The deployment of DPG technologies will increasingly lead to a decentralized energy system within which distributed generators will help meet local power demand or requirements through the network.
This report presents an overview of distributed power generation (DPG) industry.
It discusses the latest trends and developments in the field of DPG.
It analyses the role of distributed generation in the power value chain.
It further gives a brief analysis of the DPG industry, impact of COVID-19 on distributed energy systems and lists use cases and case studies related to this theme.
The report also provides an overview of the competitive positions held by power companies in the DPG theme.
Reasons to buy
A comprehensive analysis of the present scenario and emerging market trends in the global distributed power generation (DPG) industry.
Insights of the global market leaders in the DPG industry and where do they fit in the value chain.
Extensive analysis of the DPG industry; key mergers and acquisitions and significant milestones in the story of distributed power.
Review case study implementations from leading power companies.
Profiles of major market players within DPG, which aid in interpreting the competitive outlook of this technology.
Siemens AG, Lempaalan Energia Oy, Schneider Electric, Black & Veatch Corp, Comcast Corp., Duke Energy Renewables Inc., Engie Energy Services International, Clearway Energy Group LLC, Stem, Samsung SDI, BYD, Sharp Global (NantEnergy), Hitachi Global, GE, Tesla, LG Chem, MCV Energy, GS Yuasa Corp., Panasonic Corp., Narada Power Source Co Ltd., Eaton Corp., Grid Solutions US LLC, S&C Electric Co, Honeywell International Inc., Bloom Energy, Toshiba ESS, ABB, Caterpillar, HOMER Energy (UL), NEC Energy Solutions Inc.
Table of Contents
TECHNOLOGY BRIEFING 4
Technology trends 5
Macroeconomic themes 6
Regulatory themes 7
VALUE CHAIN 8
Transmission & Distribution 10
End User 10
INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 11
COVID-19 and Distributed Energy Systems 11
Use cases 11
Case studies 12
Mergers and acquisitions 18
Power companies 21
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