Smart Energy Networks - An Emerging Ecosystem Study

Published: Q2 2011

Contributors: Mareca Hatler,
Darryl Gurganious,
and Michael W. Ritter Ph.D

Pages: 46 (72 figures, 23 tables)

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Synopsis:

Fueled by aggressive carbon emission targets and rising energy costs, the Smart Energy Network (SEN) ecosystem will increase by 570% over the next decade.  In 2020, annual revenues will reach $97 billion for the top seven SEN markets, up from $17 billion in 2010.

Smart Energy Networks integrate sensing and control communications within energy consumption, generation and management devices and systems.  Although the majority of these networks are part of the Smart Grid, some operate independently such as certain types of solar panel and home area networks.

Based on phone interviews with 800+ end users, this report analyzes and presents the market drivers, ten year unit/revenue market size forecasts, and the competitive environment for seven Smart Energy Network markets including the following:

  • Advanced metering infrastructure
  • Distribution grid management
  • Home Area Networks
  • Building energy management
  • Smart appliances
  • Plug-in electric vehicles
  • Solar panel monitoring

ON World has covered energy and sensor network markets since 2002 and we have published dozens of reports on these and related subjects.

Primary Research:

End Users:

830+ interviews with utility project managers, building facility managers, professional home installers and consumers.

Vendors/Suppliers:

100+ interviews with device manufacturers, software developers, component suppliers, and service providers

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Primary Research:

End Users: Data and insight in this report comes from 830+ interviews with utility project managers, building facility managers, professional home installers and consumers.

Vendors, Suppliers & Service Providers:

ON World conducts hundreds of interviews with vendors, suppliers, and service providers every quarter. A few of the companies mentioned in this report include the following:

4Home/Motorola
Alcatel-Lucent
ABB
Accurate Solar
Aclara
Adura
AeroVironment
Alertme
Analog Devices
Apple
Arcadian
AT&T
Atheros
Atmel
Belkin
BMW
Bosch
Cisco
Clipper Creek
Computime
Consert
Control4
Cooper
Coulomb
Crestron
Current Cost
Daintree
Delta
Digi
D-Link
E3 Greentech
Echelon
Ecobee
ECOtality
Electrolux
Ember
Emerson
eMeter
Exceptional Innovation
Ford
Freescale
GainSpan
GE
GE Energy
General Motors
GEO
Google
GridPoint
HAI
Honeywell

iControl
Indesit
Intamac
Israemeco
Itron
Jennic/NXP
Johnson Controls
Landis+Gyr
Lutron
Microchip
Murata
Nissan
Nuri telecom
Onzo
OpenPeak
Panasonic
PassivSystems
People Power
Petra Solar
Renesas
Ruggedcom
Scheider
Sensus
Sequentric
Siemens
Sigma Designs
Silver Spring
Skyley
SPX
ST Micro
TAC
Tantalus
TCS Basys
TED
Telegesis
Telsa
Telvent
Tendril
TI
Trane/Ingersoll Rand
Trilliant
Tropos
Vantage
Vector
Voltaic Systems
Volvo
Watteco
Whirlpool
Wireless Glue
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Table of Contents

Executive Summary
Report Scope & Methodology

Executive Summary
Report Scope/Methodology
Smart Energy Network Types
Smart Energy Management
Smart Energy Consumption
Smart Energy Generation
Smart Energy Networks Definition:
The Market Opportunity
Smart Energy Network Communication Modules
Smart Energy Networks by Unit Type
Smart Energy Network Revenues
Smart Energy Management
Advanced Metering Infrastructure
Market Drivers & Forces
Market Size Forecast
AMI End User Perspectives
Distribution Grid Management
Market Drivers & Forces
Market Size Forecast
DGM End User Perspectives
Home Area Networks
Market Drivers & Forces
Market Size Forecasts
HAN End User Perspectives
Consumer Survey
Home Installer Survey
Building Energy Management
Market Forces & Drivers
Market Size Forecasts
Building End User Perspectives
Energy Management Systems
Wireless Sensor Networks
Smart Energy Management Competitive Landscape
Smart Energy Consumption
Smart Appliances
Market Drivers & Forces
Market Size Forecast
Plug-In Electric/Hybrid Vehicles
Market Drivers & Forces
Market Size Forecast
Smart Energy Consumption Competitive Landscape
Smart Energy Generation
Solar Panel Monitoring
Market Drivers & Forces
Market Size Forecast
Solar Panel End User Perspectives
Solar Panel Competitive Landscape

List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Cumulative SEN Comm. Modules (2010-2020)
Figure 2: Compound Annual Growth Rates by SEN Type (2010-2020)
Figure 3: All Surveys – Smart Energy Network Users in 5 Years
Figure 4: Smart Energy Networks
Figure 5: Global SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010–2020)
Figure 6: SEN Modules by Market in 2010 & 2020
Figure 7: Global SEN Modules by Unit Type, Moderate (2010–2020)
Figure 8: Global SEN Revenues, Moderate & Aggressive (2010 –2020)
Figure 9: SEN Revenues in 2010 & 2020
Figure 10: AMI Market Forces
Figure 11: Global AMI SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010–2020)
Figure 12: SEN Modules, AMI vs Others 2010 & 2020
Figure 13: Global AMI SEN Revenues, Moderate & Aggressive (2010–2020)
Figure 14: SEN Revenues, AMI vs Others 2010 & 2020
Figure 15: Utility Survey – AMI Deployment Status
Figure 16: Utility Survey – #Electric AMI Meters Deployed in 2010
Figure 17: Utility Survey – Planned Electric AMI Meters
Figure 18: Planned AMI Meters w/HAN Gateway
Figure 19: Planned/Used AMI Technologies
Figure 20: Planned/Used AMI Backhaul Technologies
Figure 21: Likelihood to use Public Networks for AMI
Figure 22: Concerns about Public AMI Networks
Figure 23: Preferred AMI Features
Figure 24: DGM Market Forces
Figure 25: Global DGM SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010–2020)
Figure 26: SEN Modules, DGM vs Others 2020
Figure 27: Global DGM SEN Revenues, Moderate & Aggressive (2010–2020)
Figure 28: SEN Revenues, DGM vs Others 2010 & 2020
Figure 29: Utility Survey – Distribution Automation Status
Figure 30: Utility Survey – Integration of DA with AMI
Figure 31: HAN Market Forces
Figure 32: Global HAN SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010–2020)
Figure 33: SEN Modules, HAN vs Others 2010 & 2020
Figure 34: Global HAN SEN Revenues, Moderate & Aggressive (2010–2020)
Figure 35: SEN Revenues, HAN vs Others 2010 & 2020
Figure 36: Consumer Survey – Interest in Home Energy Technologies
Figure 37: Consumer Survey – Most Likely Energy Mgmt Services
Figure 38: Consumer Survey – Most Likely Energy Products
Figure 39: Consumer Survey – Preferred Energy Device
Figure 40: Consumer Survey - Energy Saving Strategies
Figure 41: Home Installers – Energy, HVAC & Lighting % of Sales
Figure 42: Home Installers – Customers with Energy Products
Figure 43: Home Installers – Installed Energy Products
Figure 44: Home Installers – Average Cost per Energy Device
Figure 45: Home Installers – Best Demand Response Model
Figure 46: Home Installers – Preferred HAN Technologies
Figure 47: Bldg Energy Mgmt Market Forces
Figure 48: Global Bldg SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010–2020)
Figure 49: SEN Modules, Bldgs vs Others 2010 & 2020
Figure 50: Global Bldg SEN Revenues, Moderate & Aggressive (2010–2020)
Figure 51: SEN Revenues, Bldg vs Others 2010 & 2020
Figure 52: Bldg Survey – Most Likely Building Control Apps
Figure 53: Bldg Survey – Most Value BAS Features
Figure 54: Bldg Survey – Have Energy Management System
Figure 55: Bldg Survey – Current/Planned Energy Applications
Figure 56: Energy Optimization Features Ranked
Figure 57: Bldg Survey – Planning Wireless Sensor Applications?
Figure 58: Bldg Survey – Planned Wireless Applications
Figure 59: Smart Appliances Market Forces
Figure 60: Global Smart Appliance SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010–2020)
Figure 61: Consumer Survey – Likely to Use Smart Appliances
Figure 62: Plug-in Electric/Hybrid Market Forces
Figure 63: Global PH/EV SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010–2020)
Figure 64: Global PH/EV SEN Revenues, Moderate & Aggressive (2010–2020)
Figure 65: Consumers: Likely to use Electric Cars w/in 5 years
Figure 66: Utility Survey: PH/EV Smart Charging Plans
Figure 67: Solar Panel Market Forces
Figure 68: Global Solar Panel SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010–2020)
Figure 69: Global Solar Panel SEN Revenues, Moderate & Aggressive (2010–2020)
Figure 70: SEN Revenues, PV vs Others 2010 & 2020
Figure 71: Home Installers – Customers with Solar Panels
Figure 72: Consumer Survey – Planning Solar Panels w/in 5 Years

List of Tables

Table 1: Global SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010–2020)
Table 2: Global SEN Modules by Unit Type, Moderate (2010–2020)
Table 3: Global SEN Revenues, Moderate & Aggressive (2010 –2020)
Table 4: AMI Market Drivers & Inhibitors
Table 5: Global AMI SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010 –2020)
Table 6: Global AMI SEN Revenues, Moderate & Aggressive (2010 –2020)
Table 7: DGM Market Drivers & Inhibitors
Table 8: Global DGM SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010 –2020)
Table 9: Global DGM SEN Revenues, Moderate & Aggressive (2010 –2020)
Table 10: HAN Market Drivers & Inhibitors
Table 11: Global HAN SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010 –2020)
Table 12: Global HAN SEN Revenues, Moderate & Aggressive (2010 –2020)
Table 13: Bldg Energy Mgmt Market Drivers & Inhibitors
Table 14: Global Bldg SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010 –2020)
Table 15: Global Bldg SEN Revenues, Moderate & Aggressive (2010 –2020)
Table 16: Smart Appliances Market Drivers & Inhibitors
Table 17: Global Smart Appliance SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010 –2020)
Table 18: PE/HV Market Drivers & Inhibitors
Table 19: Global PH/EV SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010 –2020)
Table 20: Global PH/EV SEN Revenues, Moderate & Aggressive (2010 –2020)
Table 21: Solar Panel Mtrg Market Drivers & Inhibitors
Table 22: Global Solar Panel SEN Modules, Moderate & Aggressive (2010 –2020)
Table 23: Global Solar Panel SEN Revenues, Moderate & Aggressive (2010 –2020)


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