Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/989d30/australia_electr) has announced the addition of the “Australia – Electricity – Industry Market Overview” report to their offering.
The electricity industry is on the eve of the most important overhaul of its time. It is one of the last industries to face digitalisation, which is essential to manage the pressures of energy savings, climate change and renewable energy policies. Higher prices will mean that customers will become more vocal and will need better ways to manage their own energy use and carbon footprint. All of this leads to developments around intelligent electricity infrastructure or smart grids. These developments will bring with them enormous challenges, but also untold new business opportunities.
This report provides general background information and statistical information on the electricity utilities market. It also provides an overview of the telecoms activities of the utilities.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Australian Energy Market 2.1 Australia’s energy supply market 2010 2.2 Domestic energy consumption 2.3 Renewable energy
3. Electricity Market Key trends and developments 3.1 industry analysis 3.2 Energy network investments 2011 2015 3.3 Regulatory investment hurdles 3.4 Electricity charges to rise 3.4.1 Wholesale prices going up 3.4.2 Retail price increases, New South Wales
4. Modest growth in electricity consumption
5. NUS Electricity Report and Cost Survey 2009
6. Energy planning reports
7. The Australian electricity utilities market 7.1 Industry groups
8. Regulatory overview 8.1 Market deregulation 8.2 Regulatory developments 8.3 New regulatory environment 8.4 Australian Energy Regulator 8.5 Victoria is driving the deregulated markets
9. Industry investments 9.1 Financial considerations 9.2 Utilities need to expand 9.3 The emergence of gencos
10. Utilities and telecoms 10.1 Analysing telecoms and the electricity utilities 10.2 Niche opportunities in telecoms 10.3 Energy and telecommunications services 10.4 Will they deliver competition? 10.5 The utilities and the National Broadband Network
11. Related reports
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