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Smart Grid Policy Handbook 2019

May 2019 | 182 pages | ID: S99A7B8E429EN
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Smart Grid Policy Handbook 2019

SUMMARY

“Smart Grid Policy Handbook 2019” is the latest policy report from GlobalData, which offers comprehensive information on major policies governing smart grid in different countries.

The report covers sixteen key countries, providing the current scenario and future plans in implementing smart grid technology, giving a fair idea of overall growth potential of the smart grid industry in each of these countries, and also globally. Countries covered in the handbook include - the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, China, Japan, Australia, Republic of Korea, Singapore, India, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, France, Spain, Germany, and UK. The report discusses the net-metering policy, and smart meter roll out in these countries. Advanced metering infrastructure, microgrid, smart cities, time of use pricing, communication protocols, and electric vehicles are among the other topics covered in the report.

The report uses data and information sourced from industry associations, government websites and statutory bodies. The information is also sourced through other secondary research sources such as industry and trade magazines.

SCOPE

The report provides comprehensive coverage of key smart grid initiatives and policies in the major countries. Topics covered in the handbook include -
  • Advanced metering Infrastructure (AMI)
  • Microgrid
  • Smart cities
  • Net metering
  • Time of use (TOU) pricing
  • Communication protocol for smart grid
  • Important agencies dealing with smart grid
  • Electric vehicles (EV)
  • Energy management systems (EMS)
REASONS TO BUY

The report will allow you to -
  • Develop business strategies using specific insights into policy decisions
  • Identify opportunities and challenges in exploiting the smart grid markets
  • Compare the level of support provided to different smart grid technologies in different countries
  • Increase future revenue and profitability with the help of insights into future opportunities and critical success factors in the smart grid market
1 TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2.1 Net Metering to be Key Phenomenon in Most Major Countries
2.2 EU Mandates Driving Smart Grid Investment in Europe
2.3 China a Huge Market for Smart Grid Technologies
2.4 Development of Smart Grid Standards

3 INTRODUCTION

3.1 Smart Grid Market, Overview
3.2 GlobalData Report Guidance

4 SMART GRID FRAMEWORK

4.1 Smart Grid Technology
4.2 Smart Grid Benefits
4.3 Smart Grid International Association
4.4 Smart Grid Standards

5 SMART GRID POLICIES AND INCENTIVES, US

5.1 Overview
5.2 Major Organizations Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
5.3 Major Federal Policies and Incentives
5.4 Major Policies and Incentives, California
5.5 Major Policies and Incentives, Connecticut
5.6 Major Policies and Incentives, Colorado
5.7 Major Policies and Incentives, Pennsylvania
5.8 Major Policies and Incentives, Massachusetts

6 SMART GRID POLICIES AND INCENTIVES, CANADA

6.1 Overview
6.2 Major Institutes involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
6.3 Federal Funding Initiatives
6.4 Canadian Smart Grid Standards Roadmap
6.5 Net Metering
6.6 Energy Innovation Program
6.7 Major Policies and Incentives, Ontario
6.8 Major Policies and Incentives, British Columbia
6.9 Major Policies and Incentives, Quebec

7 SMART GRID POLICIES AND INCENTIVES, MEXICO

7.1 Overview
7.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
7.3 Net Metering
7.4 Smart Meters
7.5 Smart Grid Policy Development
7.6 Smart Grid Regulatory Roadmap
7.7 Smart City
7.8 Renewable Energy Outlook - Vision for 2030 on the Use of Renewable Energies in Mexico
7.9 Grid Interconnection Contract for Renewable Energy
7.10 Energy Sector Program 2013-2018
7.11 National Electric System Development Program (PRODESEN) Program
7.12 Electric Vehicle Power Feeders Tax Incentive
7.13 Wheeling Service Agreement for Electricity from Renewable Energy Sources

8 SMART GRID POLICIES AND INCENTIVES, BRAZIL

8.1 Overview
8.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
8.3 Advanced Metering Infrastructure
8.4 Time-of-Use Pricing
8.5 Energy Efficiency Programs
8.6 Net Metering
8.7 Powerline Communication Regulation
8.8 Government Fund for Grid Modernization
8.9 Electric Vehicles
8.10 Inova Energia Program

9 SMART GRID POLICIES AND INCENTIVES, CHINA

9.1 Overview
9.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
9.3 13th Five Year Plan 2016-2021
9.4 Electric Vehicles
9.5 EV Charging Station
9.6 Smart Meter Installation
9.7 SGCC Smart Grid Plan
9.8 Smart Grid Technology Standards
9.9 Microgrid
9.10 Tax Exemption for Clean Energy Projects
9.11 High- and New-Tech Enterprises Program
9.12 Global Ultra-High Voltage (UHV) Grid
9.13 Clean Energy Technology and Innovation Roadmap: New Action Plan (2016-2030)
9.14 China Smart Grid Substation Operations and Communication Project

10 SMART GRID POLICY AND INCENTIVES, JAPAN

10.1 Overview
10.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
10.3 Plan for Global Warming Countermeasures
10.4 Microgrid
10.5 National Resilience Program
10.6 Japan Smart Cities
10.7 Demand Response
10.8 Incentives for Renewable Energy
10.9 Smart Meters
10.10 Electric Vehicles

11 SMART GRID POLICIES AND INCENTIVES, AUSTRALIA

11.1 Overview
11.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
11.3 Smart Meters
11.4 Smart Grid Standards Roadmap
11.5 Electricity Network Transformation Roadmap: 2017-2027
11.6 Data Security and Privacy
11.7 Smart Grid City Grant
11.8 Smart Cities and Suburbs Program
11.9 Electric Vehicles
11.10 National Broadband Network
11.11 Solar Cities
11.12 Time-of-Use
11.13 Hybrid Energy Services
11.14 Energy Storage Funding Initiative
11.15 ACT’s NextGen storage program
11.16 Intelligent storage for Australia’s Grid
11.17 Net Metering/Feed-in Tariff for Solar Bonus Scheme

12 SMART GRID POLICIES AND INCENTIVES, REPUBLIC OF KOREA

12.1 Overview
12.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
12.3 Green Growth Strategy and the Five-Year Plans
12.4 Smart Grid Stimulus Law
12.5 National Smart Grid Roadmap
12.6 Electric Vehicles
12.7 AMI Installation
12.8 Special Act on Promoting Smart Grid Establishment and Usage
12.9 Energy Storage System (ESS)

13 SMART GRID POLICIES AND INCENTIVES, SINGAPORE

13.1 Overview
13.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
13.3 Electric Vehicle Charging Standards
13.4 Energy Storage System Test Bed
13.5 Smart Grid Grant Call
13.6 Energy Resilience Grant Call
13.7 Singapore Energy Award
13.8 Demand Response Program
13.9 Energy National Innovation Challenge

14 SMART GRID POLICIES AND INCENTIVES, INDIA

14.1 Overview
14.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
14.3 R-APDRP and IPDS
14.4 Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gram Jyothi Yojana
14.5 Smart Grid Vision and Roadmap for India
14.6 National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020
14.7 National Policy on Renewable Energy based Mini/Micro grids
14.8 Smart Meters
14.9 . Condition Monitoring and Energy Auditing and Accounting in Real Time
14.10 . Smart Distribution Control
14.11 . Improvement in Power Quality
14.12 Energy Efficiency Program
14.13 Smart City Project
14.14 . Solar Net Metering Policy
14.15 . Odisha Smart Grid Project
14.16 Smart Village Nanogrid at Chhotkei, Angul, Odisha

15 SMART GRID POLICIES AND INCENTIVES, SOUTH AFRICA

15.1 Overview
15.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
15.3 Eskom Initiative
15.4 Strategic Energy Planning 2015-2020
15.5 EV Infrastructure
15.6 Smart Meters
15.7 Microgrid
15.8 Net Metering
15.9 City of Johannesburg Vision

16 SMART GRID POLICIES AND INCENTIVES, SAUDI ARABIA

16.1 Overview
16.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
16.3 Electric Vehicles and Charging Infrastructure
16.4 Smart Meters
16.5 Saudi Arabia Smart Grid Conference
16.6 Saudi Smart City

17 SMART GRID POLICIES AND INCENTIVES, FRANCE

17.1 Overview
17.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
17.3 Smart Meters
17.4 TOU Pricing
17.5 Tempo Tariff
17.6 Electricity Meter Specification
17.7 Smart Grid InterFlex Project
17.8 Recent Pilot Projects in France
17.9 Electric Vehicles

18 SMART GRID POLICIES AND INCENTIVES, SPAIN

18.1 Overview
18.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
18.3 Smart Meters
18.4 Smart Cities
18.5 InovGrid Project
18.6 UPGRID Project
18.7 SINAPSE
18.8 Electric Vehicle

19 SMART GRID POLICIES AND INCENTIVES, GERMANY

19.1 Overview
19.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
19.3 The Electricity Market Act
19.4 National Action Plan on Energy Efficiency
19.5 Grid Expansion Acceleration Act (NABEG)
19.6 Federal Requirement Plan Act
19.7 Electric Vehicles
19.8 Smart Meters
19.9 Digitization of the Energy Transition
19.10 Information and Communication Technology based Energy Systems: e-Energy
19.11 ICT for Electric Mobility-II Program
19.12 Energy Storage Funding Initiative
19.13 Roadmap for smart energy grids of the future
19.14 Smart Energy Showcases

20 SMART GRID POLICIES AND INCENTIVES, UK

20.1 Overview
20.2 Major Institutes Involved in Advancing Smart Grid Initiatives
20.3 Green Investment Group
20.4 Smart Meters
20.5 Electric Vehicles
20.6 Smart Cities
20.7 Smart Grid Pilot Projects

21 APPENDIX

21.1 Definitions
21.2 Abbreviations
21.3 Methodology
21.4 Coverage
21.5 Contact Us
21.6 Disclaimer

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Smart Grid Policy, Smart Grid Standards, IEC Standards
Table 2: Smart Grid Policy, Smart Grid Standards, IEEE Standards, 2016
Table 3: Smart Grid Policy, US, SGIG Program Selected Projects
Table 4: Smart Grid Policy, US Demonstration Projects
Table 5: Smart Grid Policy, Connecticut, Rebate Amounts, 2017
Table 6: Smart Grid Policy, Colorado, Electric Vehicle Tax Credit ($), 2017-2021
Table 7: Smart Grid Policy, Canada, Projects Funded by Clean Energy Innovation
Table 8: Smart Grid Policy, Canada, Projects Funded by Clean Energy Fund
Table 9: Smart Grid Policy, Canada, Projects Funded by ecoEnergy Innovation Initiative
Table 10: Smart Grid Policy, Canada, Projects Funded by Green Infrastructure
Table 11: Smart Grid Policy, Ontario, TOU Prices ($), May 2017 to October 2019
Table 12: Smart Grid Policy, British Columbia, Electric Vehicle Point of Sale Incentive ($) 2018
Table 13: Smart Grid Policy, British Columbia, SCRAP- IT Electric Vehicle Incentives($), 2019
Table 14: Smart Grid Policy, China, SGCC, Smart Grid Plan (2009-2020)
Table 15: Smart Grid Policy, Major Energy Policies Considered for Development of Microgrids in China
Table 17: Smart Grid Policy, Republic of Korea, First Green Growth Five-Year Plan 2009-2013
Table 18: Smart Grid Policy, Republic of Korea, Second Green Growth Five-Year Plan 2014-2018
Table 19: Smart Grid Policy, Republic of Korea, Smart Grid Roadmap for Five Domains
Table 20: Smart Grid Policy, India, NSGM Activities and Estimated Cost (INR), 12th Year Plan 2014-2017
Table 21: Smart Grid Policy, India, Smart Grid Pilot Projects, 2017
Table 22: Smart Grid Policy, India, ISGF Working Group
Table 23: Smart Grid Policy, India, DDUGY Targets for 2017-2018
Table 24: Smart Grid Policy, India, Smart Grid Roadmap, 2013-2027
Table 25: Smart Grid Policy, India, Smart City Program Critical Pillars, 2017
Table 26: Smart Grid Policy, UK, Smart Grid Pilot Projects
Table 27: Abbreviations

The net metering market has grown significantly in the past five years, driven by simple installation procedures, favorable government policies and the affordability of rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV), according to GlobalData.

GlobalData’s latest report: ‘Smart Grid Policy Handbook 2019’ reveals that solar PV is the most popular technology to use net metering for grid connection and small wind is at a distant second in terms of capacity connected to the grid.

Harshavardhan Reddy Nagatham, Power Analyst at GlobalData, comments: “In countries with large solar potential and ambitious solar PV targets, rooftop solar is being looked at as a major means to achieve a significant portion of the solar or renewable power targets and net metering policies promote installations by making an installation not only reliable for backup but also profitable through the sale of surplus electricity to the grid.”

A number of countries already have net energy metering protocols and equipment in place. Countries including the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, India and South Africa have policies that support and subsidize the installation of net meters, as well as policies that mandate utilities to provide a fair tariff to net metered customers. The US is among the largest markets for net meters.

Nagatham adds: “The use of smart meters and demand response is also being actively encouraged by governments and deployed by utilities to better match the demand with the supply and reduce the peak load.”

The development of standards and interoperability protocols is something that most smart grid aspiring countries have been actively pursuing. Several countries included in the report either have smart grid standards established or have formulated roadmaps for the implementation of standardization of their respective smart grids.

The US Department of Energy (DOE), along with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and other standard development organizations, has developed tools that define industry-based standards, protocols and business practices. All smart grid projects approved and funded under the various smart grid grant programs are required to address cyber-security and interoperability standards devised by the DOE.

Nagatham concludes: “The policy structure and incentives supporting smart grid development in various countries have led to significant development in smart grid projects in these markets. As a result of growing concerns over energy security, most major electricity consuming countries are in the pursuit of strengthening their grid reliability, which will help to minimize losses and use electricity efficiently.”



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