Smart Grid Market Report Covers Sixteen Key Countries, Providing the Current Scenario and Future Plans 2017

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DALLAS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, July 20, 2017 / — “Smart Grid Policy Handbook 2017” is the latest policy report from GlobalData, which offers comprehensive information on major policies governing smart grid in different countries.
The report covers sixteen key countries, providing the current scenario and future plans in implementing smart grid technology, giving a fair idea of overall growth potential of the smart grid industry in each of the countries, and globally. Countries covered in the handbook include – US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, UK, Germany, Spain, France, Japan, Australia, China, India, South Korea, Singapore, South Africa, and Saudi Arabia. The report also discusses the net-metering policy, and smart meter roll out in these countries. Advanced metering infrastructure, microgrid, smart cities, net metering, time of use pricing, communication protocol, and electric vehicles are among the other topics covered in the report.

The report is built using data and information sourced from industry associations, government websites and statutory bodies. The information is also sourced through other secondary research sources such as industry and trade magazines.

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The report provides comprehensive coverage of key smart grid initiatives and policies in some of the major countries such as US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, UK, Germany, Spain, France, Japan, Australia, China, India, South Korea, Singapore, South Africa and Saudi Arabia. Topics covered in the handbook include –
– Advanced metering Infrastructure (AMI)
– Microgrid
– Smart cities
– Net metering
– Time of use (TOU) pricing
– Communication protocol for smart grid
– Important agencies dealing with smart grid
– Electric vehicles (EV)
– Energy management systems (EMS)

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The report will allow you to –
– Develop business strategies using specific insights into policy decisions
– Identify opportunities and challenges in exploiting the smart grid markets
– Compare the level of support provided to different smart grid technologies in different countries
– Increase future revenue and profitability with the help of insights into future opportunities and critical success factors in the smart grid market

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List of Tables
Table 1: Smart Grid Standards, IEC Standards, 2014 29
Table 2: Smart Grid Policy Update 2017, Smart Grid Standards, IEEE Standards, 2016 30
Table 3: Smart Grid Policy Update 2017, US ENERGISE Projects, 2017 32
Table 4: Smart Grid Policy, US Federal Investment Grant Projects ($m), 2017 37
Table 5: Smart Grid Policy, US Demonstration Projects 39
Table 6: Smart Grid Policy, U.S. Federal Tax Credit ($) for Selected EVs & PHEVs, 2017 41
Table 7: Smart Grid Policy, U.S. Plug-in EV Sales, 2016-17 41
Table 8: Smart Grid Policy, California, Electric Vehicle Charging Station Rebate Programs ($), 2016 50
Table 9: Smart Grid Policy, Colorado, Electric Vehicle Tax Credit ($), 2017-2021 57
Table 10: Smart Grid Policy, Ontario, TOU Prices ($), November 2016 to April 2017 68
Table 11: Smart Grid Policy, British Columbia, Electric Vehicle Point of Sale Incentive ($) 2017 71
Table 12: Smart Grid Policy, British Columbia, SCRAP- IT Electric Vehicle Incentives($), 2017 72
Table 13: Smart Grid Policy, British Columbia, Maximum Initial per Vehicle Incentive Amount ($), CEV Program 2017 72
Table 14: Smart Grid Policy, Quebec, Electric Vehicle & Charging Station Incentives ($),2017 74
Table 15: Smart Grid Policy, Quebec, Electric Vehicle & Charging Station Incentives ($),2017 75
Table 16: Smart Grid Policy, Germany, Smart Meter Roll-Out Period, 2017-2033 99
Table 17: Smart Grid Policy, France, Tax Bonus for Low Emission Vehicles ($), 2016 113
Table 18: Smart Grid Policy, France, Penalty Scale for Emission, 2016 114
Table 19: Smart Grid Policy, France, Smart Grid Projects by Enedis, 2016 115
Table 20: Smart Grid Policy, India, NSGM Activities and Estimated Cost (INR), 12th Year Plan 2014-2017 144
Table 21: Smart Grid Policy, India, ISGF Work Group Functions, 2016 146
Table 22: Smart Grid Policy, India, Smart Grid Roadmap, 2013-2027 149
Table 23: Smart Grid Policy, India, Smart City Program Critical Pillars, 2017 154
Table 24: Smart Grid Policy, South Korea, Smart Grid Roadmap for Five Domains 160
Table 25: Smart Grid Policy, Singapore, Policy, Carbon Emissions-Based Vehicle Scheme, 2015-2017 168
Table 26: Smart Grid Policy, Singapore, Classification of Demand Response Load Facilities, 2013 171
Table 27: Smart Grid Policy, Saudi Arabia, Planned Interconnection Projects, 2015-2019 179
Table 28: Smart Grid Policy, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Smart City List, 2014 181
Table 29: Abbreviations 183

List of Figures
Figure 1: Smart Grid Policy, US AMIs Installed (million), 2011-2015 38
Figure 2: Smart Grid Policy, U.S. Electric Vehicles Sold, 2012-2016 40
Figure 3: Smart Grid Policy, US Net Metering Customers (million), 2012-2015 43
Figure 4: Smart Grid Policy, UK, Number of Plug-In Electric Vehicle Registrations, 2012-2016 92

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Sidney Marin Is a researcher and law student at York University (TORONTO). He has worked as the Director of the Graduate Lawyering Program. He worked for American law firms in Moscow, Russia for three years. Hegraduated from Columbia Law School, Columbia School of International and Public Affairs and Harvard College. He research interest is in human rights and health law, with a particular focus on the law and policy of vaccination.