In 2017 Newton-Evans completed its eleventh worldwide study of the market for substation automation and integration systems in electric utilities. This 4-volume report series:
1) Measures current market sizes for several sub-categories of equipment and services in North America and by World Regions
2) Estimates and forecasts demand for substation automation equipment through year-end 2020
3) Profiles utility requirements as well as broader product and market requirements.
The principal sources of information for this research study of the worldwide market for substation automation and integration programs are the substation engineering units of major investor-owned utilities, municipal, provincial and cooperative utilities within the United States and Canada, together with national and regional power systems throughout the world. Field survey work is conducted using a mix of primary research methods, including telephone, fax and e-mail correspondence. When necessary, follow-up e-mail and telephone interviews are conducted by Newton-Evans Research Company staff.
Volume 1, North American Market
PDF 122 pages. Summarizes results of 65 survey responses from a mix of Investor Owned, Public Power, and Cooperative electric utilities in the U.S. and Canada. Responses to each question are broken out by company type (IOU, Public, Coop, Canada) and size (small: <100,000 customers; medium: 100,000-499,999 customers; large: ≥500,000). Click here for a sample .pdf
Volume 2, International Market
PDF 126 pages. Summarizes results of 25 survey responses from electric utilities in Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa regions. Also includes a 27-page appendix based on the Newton-Evans 2014 and 2017 world market studies of substation automation and integration activities. The objective of this supplement is to provide world regional market sizing, including country-specific activities for the largest countries in each region.
Volume 3, Market Outlook & Assessment
PDF 51 pages.
Introduction to the Report – page 4
Global Market overview – page 9
North American Region – page 17
Latin American and Caribbean Region – page 19
Western European Region – page 22
Central and Eastern Europe Region – page 26
Middle East and Mediterranean Region – page 29
Sub-Saharan Africa Region – page 30
Asia Pacific Region – page 33
South Asia Region – page 36
APPENDIX A: Sampling of NGO-Funded Substation-Related Project Descriptions – page 38
APPENDIX B: North American Substation Automation and Integration Equipment Supplier Market Share Assessments – page 46
Volume 4, Supplier Profiles
PDF 210 pages. Profiles of 82 companies that provide products or services related to substation automation and integration.
Here is a .pdf brochure for this series.