Smart Home Energy Management Systems – World – 2012 Edition

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This 750+ page report provides analysis of the market for smart home energy management systems, with market sizing (2010 and 2011) and forecasts (2012 to 2016) for a wide range of energy management devices. This report is segmented into 26 different countries; for each, the following is presented:

  • Annual shipments, revenues and average selling prices of in-home displays, smart thermostats, smart plugs, smart appliances, smart electric water heaters, smart residential EV chargers, smart residential PV systems, and other smart load control devices.
  • Annual shipments, revenues and average selling prices of energy managers & gateways. This includes full analysis of the HAN network architecture developing in each.
  • Segmentation of each device, in each country, by supply channel. For example, where will utility deployments represent the largest volumes, and where will commercial organizations deploy more HAN devices. How does this vary by device type & country?
  • Segmentation of each device type (in each country) by connectivity technology.

 

Qualitative analysis includes a summary of each country’s electricity market structure, smart meter deployment, key legislative factors, experience with ToU or other variable pricing tariffs, and much more.

This report will answer key questions such as:

  • How many smart home energy management devices were shipped in 2011, and in which countries? How will this change by 2016, and why?
  • What are the country-specific factors impacting the smart home energy management device market, and which countries are set to offer the biggest opportunity areas for device suppliers?
  • Which HAN devices will be most widely deployed? How will this vary by country?
  • How many of these devices will be shipped by utility companies? How many will be shipped via other channels, such as retail markets, service providers, or contractors?
  • Which connectivity technologies will be used for each device, in each country? How is this impacted by the use of gateways?
  • This report is available either as a global study, or in single regional volumes (EMEA, Americas or Asia Pacific).

Date Publishing    April 2011
Price for Single User License
$6,970 (single regional volume)
$13,940 (all three regional volumes plus complementary global overview)
Price for Site License 
$8,370 (single regional volume)
$16,740 (all three regional volumes plus complementary global overview)
Price for Divisional License
$10,500 (single regional volume)
$21,000 (all three regional volumes plus complementary global overview)

For further information, contact Allan Young