Global REM: Highlights of Key International Deployments

This industry report examines smart grid and residential energy management activities in key regions around the world. The report focuses on the key drivers and inhibitors to smart meter deployments in Europe, Brazil, Canada, and Asia.

The implementation of smart grids around the globe has increased exponentially over the past several years. Deployments in many countries are well ahead of the U.S. and provide valuable lessons to utilities, solution providers, and government entities. Although cultural, regulatory, and industrial particulars for each market vary widely, experiences of the various participants in can help guide those seeking success in the U.S. This report examines the factors driving adoption of smart grid infrastructures in these regions including the activities of utilities and their partners.

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Global REM: Highlights of Key International Deployments – Dashboard

1.0   Notes on Methodology and Report Focus

1.1 Source of Data

1.2 Focus of Report

2.0   Market Overview

2.1 Common Drivers and Challenges

3.0   Case Studies – Lessons Learned

3.1 Italy

3.2 Sweden

3.3 Italy and Sweden - Similarities and Differences

4.0   Smart Meter Deployments and Regulatory Practices by Country

4.1 Asia-Pacific

4.1.1    Australia

4.1.2    China

4.1.3    India

4.1.4    Japan

4.1.5    Korea

4.1.6    New Zealand

4.1.7    Singapore

4.2 Europe

4.2.1    Denmark

4.2.2    France

4.2.3    Germany

4.2.4    Ireland

4.2.5    Italy

4.2.6    Netherlands

4.2.7    Spain

4.2.8    Sweden

4.2.9    United Kingdom

4.3 North America

4.3.1    Canada

4.4 South America

4.4.1    Brazil

5.0   Key Players

6.0   Appendix

6.1 Appendix A: Glossary

7.0   Index

Interest in a Home Energy Management Service
Reasons for Lack of Interest in Home Energy Management Services
Enel Telegestore Rollout
Effects of the Smart Meter Rollout in Sweden
New Zealand
United Kingdom

Publish Date: 3Q 2011

Pages: 65

Authored By:
Pietro Macchiarella - Research Analyst

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