Electricity Theft and Non-Technical Losses: Global Markets, Solutions and Vendors
|出版商||Northeast Group, LLC||商品編碼||499449|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 58 Pages plus Dataset
|偷電及非技術性損失:全球市場，解決方案，及供應商 Electricity Theft and Non-Technical Losses: Global Markets, Solutions and Vendors|
|出版日期: 2017年05月09日||內容資訊: 英文 58 Pages plus Dataset||
全球，由於偷電，詐欺，及帳單錯誤等非技術性損失，公共事業企業年度損失960億美元。直到最近，這個問題大部分沒有有效解決的辦法。可是現在，全世界的地區制定AMI (先進計量基礎設備) 計劃。
Globally, utilities lose $96 billion per year to non-technical losses - typically electricity theft, fraud, billing errors, and other lost revenue. The effect of these losses can be crippling, driving up electricity prices for paying customers, starving utilities of the resources for future capital investment, and in many cases creating financially unsustainable utilities or draining governments of subsidies that could be used to modernize the country's infrastructure. Until recently, there were few effective solutions for this problem. Labor-intensive premise inspections and account auditing often costs more than the actual value of the losses, enforcement is always challenging, and previously AMI metering was prohibitively expensive in many countries. This is now changing, with AMI plans in the works across all regions of the world.
Furthermore, sophisticated software and analytics can use real-time data from AMI meters and other grid infrastructure to pinpoint the source of non-technical losses. These solutions are spreading from developed countries where they are in many cases already well established to emerging market countries where the problem is significantly larger and critical to the fundamental health of many countries' utilities. This will create a multi-billion dollar market, with companies from small software startups to the largest metering vendors and system integrators seeking to gain a piece of the market.