Smart Grid in Southeast Asia - Smart Meters and Grid Automation Technologies: Business Drivers, Policy Trends, Key Industry Players, Market Analysis, and Forecasts
In recent years, robust economic development and urbanization in Southeast
Asia (SEA) has led to strong growth in electricity demand, in both
sophisticated economies such as Singapore and less-developed nations such as
Cambodia and Myanmar. Most Southeast Asian countries, however, are faced with
low electrification levels, underdeveloped power grid infrastructure, and a
lack of capital and technologies. In a region where simply providing
sufficient electricity is challenging, governments and industries in SEA are
struggling to keep pace with the new trends in global clean energy
development. Nevertheless some emerging countries, such as Thailand, Malaysia,
Indonesia, and the Philippines, have recently begun developing concrete
national roadmaps to deploy smart grid technology so that they can manage
power more efficiently and effectively.
Undoubtedly, while policy makers in the SEA nations agree that a smart grid
program should be the ultimate goal for providing electricity, the smart grid
has a long way to go in the region. Pike Research forecasts that smart grid
revenue in the overall SEA market will experience steady growth across the
forecast period, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of just over 10%.
SEA smart grid revenue generated by the investment in transmission,
substation, and distribution upgrades (as well as smart meters) will grow from
approximately $1.9 billion in 2011 to $4.5 billion in 2020.
This Pike Research report provides a view of the smart grid market in SEA and
the related technologies and players. It also examines issues that are shaping
the market in SEA"especially the challenges and opportunities linked to the
development of power grid infrastructure for smart grid development in
specific countries. Policy factors and market drivers influencing the spread
of smart grid technology in the region are examined, and market forecasts are
provided on a region-wide and country-by-country basis, through 2020. The
report also features company profiles of 20 key industry players.
Key Questions Addressed:
What are the primary drivers and barriers to the deployment of smart grid
technology in Southeast Asia?
How do penetration rates differ from country to country?
Who are the key industry players driving the smart grid industry in the
What technology and market issues are unique to Southeast Asia? Which are
common to developing economies worldwide?
What is the current state of smart grid and smart meter pilot projects?
How do power consumption and the state of power grid infrastructure affect
rates of smart grid deployment in the region?
How will penetration rates and industry revenue grow in Southeast Asia
through the remainder of this decade?
Who needs this report?
Smart grid hardware and software vendors
Smart grid communications vendors
Consulting firms and systems integrators
Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
1.1 The Smart Grid in Southeast Asia
1.2 Smart Grid Market Drivers and Barriers in Southeast Asia
1.3 Smart Grid Development in Southeast Asia
1.4 Smart Grid Technologies in Southeast Asia
1.5 Market Forecasts for Southeast Asia
2. Business Issues
2.1 Economic and Demographic Overview of Southeast Asia
2.2 Overview of the Power Grid in Southeast Asia
2.3 Market Drivers and Barriers
2.3.1 Drivers for Smart Grid
2.3.2 Barriers and Challenges to the Smart Grid in Southeast Asia
2.4 Smart Grid Policy in Southeast Asia
2.4.1 Group I (Leaders)
2.4.2 Group II (Laggards)
2.5 Electrification Development in Southeast Asia
2.6 Smart Grid Concept in Southeast Asia
3. Country Issues
3.1 Overview of Power Grids in Southeast Asia
3.2 Transmission Upgrades in Southeast Asia
3.3 Commitment to Smart Grids in Southeast Asia
3.4.1 Industry Structure in Cambodia
3.4.2 Electrification in Cambodia
3.4.3 The State of Power Grid Infrastructure in Cambodia
3.4.4 Challenges in Cambodia
3.4.5 Future Plans for Power Grid in Cambodia
3.5.1 Industry Structure in Indonesia
3.5.2 Electrification and Policy Priority in Indonesia
3.5.3 The State of Indonesia's Power Grid Infrastructure
3.5.4 Advanced and Smart Meter Programs in Indonesia
126.96.36.199 Automated Meter Reading
188.8.131.52 Advanced Metering Infrastructure
184.108.40.206 Prepayment Meters
3.6.1 Industry Structure in Laos
3.6.2 Electrification in Laos
3.6.3 The State of Power Grid Infrastructure in Laos
3.7.1 Industry Structure in Malaysia
3.7.2 The State of Power Grid Infrastructure in Malaysia
3.7.3 Smart Grid Programs in Malaysia
3.8.1 Industry Structure in Myanmar
3.8.2 The State of Power Grid Infrastructure in Myanmar
3.9 The Philippines
3.9.1 Industry Structure in the Philippines
3.9.2 The State of Power Grid Infrastructure in the Philippines
3.9.3 Smart Grid Programs in the Philippines
3.10.1 Industry Structure in Singapore
3.10.2 The State of Power Grid Infrastructure in Singapore
3.10.3 Smart Grid Project in Singapore
3.10.4 Smart Meters and Home Energy Management Systems in Singapore
3.11.1 Industry Structure in Thailand
3.11.2 The State of Power Grid Infrastructure in Thailand
3.11.3 Smart Grid Programs in Thailand
3.12.1 Industry Structure in Vietnam
3.12.2 Power Consumption in Vietnam
3.12.3 Infrastructure Development in Vietnam
4. Technology Issues
4.1 Smart Grid Networking Technologies
4.2 Advanced Metering Infrastructure
4.3 Technology Status in Southeast Asia
4.3.1 Functional Smart Grid Developments
4.3.2 The Definition of AMI
4.3.3 Project Case and Smart Grid Configuration Design
4.3.4 Remote Meter Reading Project in Malaysia
4.3.5 AMI Configuration in Malaysia
4.3.6 AMI Configuration in Thailand
5. Key Industry Players
5.2 ABB Group
5.3 Alstom Group
5.4 Echelon Corp.
5.5 Elster Group
5.7 General Electric
5.8 Hitachi, Ltd.
5.9 Holley Metering Ltd.
5.11 Itron, Inc.
5.12 Landis+Gyr AG
5.13 Manila Electric Company (Meralco)
5.14 Mitsubishi Group
5.15 Ningbo Sanxing Electric Co., Ltd.
5.16 Panasonic Corp.
5.17 PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PT PLN)
5.18 Shenzhen Clou Electronics Co., Ltd.
5.19 Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB)
6. Market Forecasts
6.1 Smart Grid Revenue in Southeast Asia
6.1.1 Revenue by Application in Southeast Asia
220.127.116.11 Cumulative Market Potential in Southeast Asia by 2020
6.1.2 Revenue by Country in Southeast Asia
6.2 Smart Meter Markets in Southeast Asia
6.2.1 Total Electricity Market in Southeast Asia
6.2.2 Smart Meter Unit Shipments in Southeast Asia
6.2.3 Smart Meter Installed Base in Southeast Asia
6.2.4 Smart Meter Shipments by NAN Technology in Southeast Asia
6.2.5 Smart Meter Revenue and Average Selling Prices in Southeast Asia
7. Company Directory
8. Acronym and Abbreviation List
9. Table of Contents
10. Table of Charts and Figures
11. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes
List of Charts and Figures
Electrification Rate, Southeast Asia, China, India, and World: 2009
Annual Smart Grid Revenue by Country, Southeast Asia: 2011-2020
Annual Smart Grid Revenue by Application, Southeast Asia: 2011-2020