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U.S. Demand Response Market Outlook 2014

出版商 Greentech Media Inc. 商品編碼 312898
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 91 Pages
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美國的需量反應(DR)市場展望 U.S. Demand Response Market Outlook 2014
出版日期: 2014年09月18日 內容資訊: 英文 91 Pages


第1章 簡介

第2章 目前市場

  • 美國的需量反應市場動態
  • 美國的DR市場結構
  • FERC(聯邦能源法規委員會)及Order 745的無效化
  • 活躍的ISO/RTO DR市場

第3章 市場預測

  • 簡介
  • 經營模式
  • 計劃中的DR容量
  • 支撐10年預測的前提、資料
  • 10年預測

第4章 過渡期有的市場:課題

  • 簡介
  • 法規的不確定性及變化
  • 由分散式能源資源至電網應力的適應
  • 持續性課題: 檢測、評估及成本效益

第5章 過渡期有的市場:機會

  • 簡介
  • 物聯網(IoT):更多的負荷、更佳控制、新的分析
  • 為了成本改善的新DR經營模式

第6章 業者情勢

  • 供應商地圖:美國的DR企業
  • 重要的供應商技術的次市場
  • 美國的DR供應商及公共事業的地區焦點
  • DR供應商策略及DR經營模式的發展
  • 供應商的撤退及IPO
  • 業者簡介

第7章 結論



Demand response (DR) has been an evolving staple of the electricity sector for more than three decades. Today, it is dispatched in situations where high demand causes a temporary spike in wholesale prices, and during emergency conditions when generation is insufficient to meet demand. DR has enabled utilities and system operators to postpone grid investments, while maintaining grid reliability.

Innovations today are reducing the price of sensor technology and automation, while customers and energy service providers continue to increase the adoption and provision of distributed energy resources. These factors among others are creating new opportunities for both new entrants and traditional DR and energy management players.

Map of the Major U.S. Demand Response Markets

                     Source: GTM Research

This 91-page report offers an in-depth analysis of the current and future U.S. demand response market, including a 10-year market forecast, competitive vendor landscape, in-depth vendor profiles and regulatory analysis by market. In addition, the report identifies emerging opportunities and challenges shaping the trajectory of the DR market, including the role of distributed energy resources, the Internet of Things (IoT) and the recent ruling on FERC 745.

Companies profiled in the report include:

  • ABB/Ventyx
  • AutoGrid
  • Comverge
  • Demansys
  • Enbala
  • Power Networks
  • EnergyHub
  • EnerNOC
  • Honeywell
  • Johnson Controls
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Nest Labs
  • Opower
  • Schneider Electric
  • Siemens
  • ThinkEco


The Supply-Demand Mechanics of Demand Response

                     Source: GTM Research

Demand Response Value Chain and Revenue Opportunities

                     Source: GTM Research

1. Introduction

  • 1.1. Scope
  • 1.2. Key Findings

2. Today's Market

  • 2.1. U.S. Demand Response Market Dynamics
  • 2.2. The U.S. DR Market Structure
  • 2.3. FERC and the Implications of Order 745 Nullification
  • 2.4. Active ISO/RTO DR Markets

3. Market Forecast

  • 3.1. Introduction
  • 3.2. Business Models
  • 3.3. Planned DR Capacity Through 2017
  • 3.4. Assumptions and Data Supporting the 10-Year Forecast
  • 3.5. 10-Year Forecast

4. Market in Transition: Challenges

  • 4.1. Introduction
  • 4.2. Regulatory Uncertainties and Changes
  • 4.3. Adapting to Grid Stress From Distributed Energy Sources
  • 4.4. Ongoing Challenges: Measurement and Verification and Cost-Effectiveness

5. Market in Transition: Opportunities

  • 5.1. Introduction
  • 5.2. Internet of Things: More Loads, Better Control, New Analytics
  • 5.3. New DR Business Models for Cost Improvement

6. Vendor Landscape

  • 6.1. Vendor Map: The Universe of U.S. DR Players
  • 6.2. Important Vendor Technology Sub-Markets
  • 6.3. Regional Focus of U.S. DR Vendors and Utilities
  • 6.4. DR Vendor Strategies and Evolving DR Business Models
  • 6.5. Vendor Exits and IPOs
  • 6.6. Vendor Profiles

7. Conclusion

List of Figures

2. Today's Market

  • The Supply-Demand Mechanics of Demand Response
  • Types of Demand Response Programs
  • Description of Demand Response Programs and Frequency of Use
  • Share of Demand Response in C&I vs. Residential, 2003-2012
  • Demand Response Reductions by Customer Type, 2002-2012 (MW)
  • Demand Response 1.0, 1.5 and 2.0
  • Entities That Influence the U.S. Demand Response Market
  • PJM Monthly Energy Market Participation Before and After Order 745
  • Nullification of FERC Order 745 Decision Tree
  • Most Likely FERC Order 745 Review Outcomes
  • Actual Demand-Response Reductions by Market, 2012 (MW)
  • Map of the Major U.S. DR Markets
  • Key Characteristics by DR Market
  • PJM's Market Structure
  • PJM Opportunity by Wholesale Service
  • PJM Capacity Cleared for 2017/2018 (MW)
  • Comparison of PJM and MISO
  • Announced Coal Retirements by 2016 by ISO/RTO
  • California DR, 2008-2013
  • Major California IOU DR Programs
  • Demand Response Programs in PGE Territory, Accounts and MW
  • Demand Response Programs in the SCE Territory, Accounts and MW
  • Demand Response Programs in SDG&E Territory, Accounts and MW

3. Market Forecast

  • Demand Response Value Chain and Revenue Opportunities
  • Planned U.S. DR Capacity by Program Type (MW)
  • FERC's Estimate for the 2019 Demand Response Market
  • Actual vs. Potential Peak Load Reduction, and Actual Load Reduction as a % of the Potential Load Reduction, 2008-2012
  • U.S. Demand Response Forecast, With and Without FERC Order 745 Impact, 2014-2023

4. Market in Transition: Challenges

  • Typical PUC/PSC Approval Timelines for DR Programs
  • California “Duck” Curve Showing Changing Load Profiles, 2013-2020
  • Communication Protocol Comparison Between DR 1.0, 1.5 and 2.0
  • Comparison of Traditional Residential Direct Load Control (DLC) Program vs. BYOT Program for AC Thermostats

5. Market in Transition: Opportunities

  • Map of Oahu Showing the Percentage of Daytime Load That DG Provides
  • Hawaii's Projected Daily Load Curve, 2013-2025

6. Vendor Landscape

  • Universe of U.S. DR Players
  • DRMS Vendors by Deployment Approach
  • Breakdown of DR Hardware Vendors by Customer and Technology Type
  • Select Regionally Focused DR Vendors
  • Recent Acquisitions in the DR Space
  • Vendors Exhibiting Organic Business Model Shifts
  • Notable DR Vendor Exits
  • DR Vendor IPOs
  • Leading U.S. DR Vendors and Their Perceived Roles in the Industry
  • Mapping DR Vendor Types to DR Value Chain
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