Power can’t be away in enormous volumes and free market activity must be coordinated to accomplish a reasonable framework. Prescient analytics assumes a significant job in precisely anticipating these demands.
Rise in the usage of the micro grids and other control systems along with the improved other smart grid systems, which offers the advanced devices to monitor, analyze, and control the grid functioning. This is also a central control center, where a vast untapped potential of analytics tools and techniques is used. For example, use of the big data platform and cloud computing.
Major companies functioning in the global utility and energy analytics market are Oracle Corporation, ABB Limited, Capgemini SE, General Electric Company, and IBM Corporation. The utility and energy analytics market is featuring the highly competitive as it consists of several prominent players. Additionally, these key players account for a prominent presence in the market, which are focusing on customer base expansion across the global market. Additionally, there are some of the notable developments going on which are estimated to benefit the market growth.
The emergence of electric vehicles (EVs) is growing, due to the support from the International Energy Agency (IEA). The organization has predicted the number of electric cars on the road will increase substantially in coming years. It requires the opportunity for enabling the utilities for managing the new energy demand intelligently especially on the power grid.
In 2016, several utility companies has deployed around 700 mn smart meters, which cost US$10 bn. This resulted in the increase in the generation of electricity and energy by more than the data per year. In addition, rising adoption from the developing countries such as India and China is estimated to benefit the market growth by 2020.
With the expansion in the utilization of the micro grids control network and other brilliant lattice frameworks, which empower organizations to screen, control, and examine network working from a focal control focus, there is an immense undiscovered capability of cutting edge analytics devices and methods, for example, the huge information stage and distributed computing. The great government guidelines advancing savvy network arrangements and exponentially expanding reception of shrewd meters are expected to drive the demand for huge information analytics among utility merchants.
The organization of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) by utilities has empowered power use detecting and bi-directional correspondence among customers and electric utilities. This furnishes adequate chances to proficiently manage pinnacle demands and lessen energy utilization by utilizing estimating motivating forces as in demand response (DR) programs.
On the basis of region, the utility and energy analytics market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa. Of these, North America is expected to dominate the global utility and energy analytics market and remain as dominant and to be the largest and fastest market in the coming years. This growth is primarily attributable to the growing focus of the key players on innovations and higher investment in the R&D and technological advancement in developed economies. The countries such as the US and Canada are witnessing the strongest presence of the key players and thus, higher investment in R&D activities.
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