North American Distribution Automation Market Assessment & Outlook (2018-2020) - ResearchAndMarkets.com
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 25, 2019--The “North American Distribution Automation Market Assessment & Outlook 2018-2020” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The findings presented in this 74-page report are based on the completion of surveys received from 12 investor-owned utilities, 17 public power utilities, 21 electric cooperatives, and 3 electric utilities in Canada. This utility sample represents electric power service to more than 16 million customers in the US and Canada, amounting to about a 10% sample based on North American customer totals.
About one-half of the utilities in the survey sample consisted of companies providing electricity to at least 100,000 users. A listing of all participating utilities is included at the end of this report. Several of the largest public power and electrical cooperatives participated in this year’s survey.
Topics CoveredIntroduction Outlook Section for North American Distribution Automation: Trends in DA Investment for 2018-2024 Survey Findings Please indicate the approximate number of distribution feeders (4kv-38kv) on your system. Approximately what percentage of all your feeders have SCADA controlled sectionalizing switches installed with an operation that is A) manual B) semi-automatic or C) fully automatic? Approximately what percentage of all your feeders have or will have Fault Detection Isolation Restoration (FDIR) or Fault Location Isolation Service Restoration (FLISR)? Approximately what percentage of all your feeders have or will have Volt Var control (VVC), Volt-Var Optimization (VVO), or Conservation Voltage Reduction (CVR)? and much more...
Companies who participated in this survey:Austin Energy Avista Utilities BGE Carroll EMC Cass County Electric Coop City of Ames - Electric Services City of Medicine Hat City of Riverside Clark Public Utilities Cleveland Utilities Duke Energy Progress Energy United Greystone Power Corp Hagerstown Light Department Huntsville Utilities Hydro-Sherbrooke Pickwick Electric Cooperative Portland General Electric Rappahannock Electric Cooperative Roseville Electric Rutherford EMC Saint John Energy Salem Electric Dept. Silicon Valley Power Sioux Valley Energy SMECO Snohomish County PUD South Ky RECC United Power, Inc. Unitil Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corp Verendrye Electric Cooperative Withlacoochee River Electric Cooperative, Inc. Xcel Energy and many more...
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