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Navigant Research names world’s top two residential EAAS providers

A new Leaderboard Report from Navigant Research examines the strategy and execution of 10 residential energy as a service (EaaS) platform providers, with Lumenaza and GreenCom Networks ranked as the leading market players.
smart grid development

Smart grid developments in Latin America, Navigant Research insights

This week, we start a series of feature articles providing insights on smart grid development, challenges faced and parties involved in Latin America. We spoke...
IoT

Navigant Research launches new IoT research service

Navigant’s Internet of Things Research Service provides independent and objective intelligence around IoT applications for utilities, commercial buildings, distributed energy resources (DER) and...

Brett Feldman, a Senior Research Analyst with Navigant Research

Navigant Research: Brett Feldman, Senior Research Analyst Brett Feldman is a senior research analyst with Navigant Research, contributing to the Utility Transformations program. With...
Global Grid edge technology market

Grid edge market to reach US$14.5bn by 2024 – Navigant Research

Global revenue for grid edge technologies for the integration of distributed energy resources (DER) is expected to reach US$14.5 billion annually by 2024, according...

775m electric meters served by automated substations by 2020, forecasts Navigant...

[img:Kristoffer-Torvik.thumbnail.jpg|Kristoffer Torvik,
Senior Research
Analyst, Navigant
Research]Boulder, CO, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- September 17, 2013 - There will be 775 million electric meters served by distribution management system (DMS)-equipped substations by 2020, according to a recent report from Navigant Research.

Serving as the user interface to critical distribution infrastructure, DMSs increasingly form the brains of the energy distribution network, supporting all aspects of utility power grid operations.  Information technology (IT) upgrades, following in the wake of smart grid equipment rollouts, are driving steady growth for these third generation DMSs. Moreover, rapidly growing interest in integrated distributed energy resources  management motivated by renewables integration and demand response is spurring innovation.

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