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欧州のスマートメータ市場 (第13版)

Smart Metering in Europe – 13th Edition

 

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Berg Insight
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スウェーデンの調査会社ベルグインサイト社(Berg Insight)の調査レポート「欧州のスマートメータ市場 (第13版)」は、欧州市場の電気やガスのスマートメータの最新の市場発展を分析している。企業の意思決定に役立つ5年間の市場予測、専門家のコメント、実際の事例等を記載している。

目次(抜粋)

  1. 欧州のエネルギー、ガス、地域熱供給(地域暖房)
  2. スマートメータソリューション
  3. IoT(モノのインターネット)ネットワークと通信技術
    • IoTネットワーク技術
    • 電力線搬送通信 (PLC) 技術と標準
    • RF技術と標準
  4. スマートメータ産業の企業
    • メータベンダ
    • 通信ソリューションプロバイダ
    • ソフトウェアソリューションプロバイダ
    • システムインテグレータと通信サービスプロバイダ
  5. 市場概要
  1. 地域概説
  2. オーストリア
  3. ベルギー
  4. ブルガリア
  5. クロアチア
  6. キプロス
  7. チェコ共和国
  8. デンマーク
  1. エストニア
  2. フィンランド
  3. フランス
  4. ドイツ
  5. ギリシャ
  6. ハンガリー
  7. アイルランド
  8. イタリア
  1. ラトビア
  2. リトアニア
  3. ルクセンブルク
  4. マルタ
  5. オランダ
  6. ノルウェー
  7. ポーランド
  8. ポルトガル
  1. ルーマニア
  2. スロバキア
  3. スロベニア
  4. スペイン
  5. スウェーデン
  6. スイス
  7. 英国
  1. ケーススタディ:欧州のスマートメータプロジェクト
  • Enel
  • Enedis
  • E.ON
  • Iberdrola
  • スカンジナビア半島のスマートメータプロジェクト最新動向
  • フランスとイタリアのスマートガスメータの市場化
  • ドイツと英国のスマートメータ通信プラットフォーム
  • ロシア・CISとバルカン半島のスマートメータ
  1. 市場予測と動向

 

Description

Are you looking for detailed information and comprehensive data about the European smart metering market (electricity and gas)? Berg Insight’s analyst team has been covering smart metering continuously for more than fourteen years. Now in the thirteenth edition, Smart Metering in Europe is our flagship 250-page report covering AMM in EU28+2. Learn more about the EU energy policies driving the adoption of smart metering and the latest market developments in Europe. Are you looking for detailed information and comprehensive data about the European smart metering market (electricity and gas)? Berg Insight’s analyst team has been covering smart metering continuously for more than thirteen years. Now in the twelfth edition, Smart Metering in Europe is our flagship 250-page report covering AMM in EU28+2. Learn more about the EU energy policies driving the adoption of smart metering and the latest market developments in Europe.

 


 

Smart Metering in Europe is the thirteenth consecutive report from Berg Insight analysing the latest developments for smart metering (electricity and gas) in Europe.

This strategic research report from Berg Insight provides you with over 250 pages of unique business intelligence, including 5-year industry forecasts, expert commentary and real-life case studies on which to base your business decisions.

Highlights from the thirteenth edition of the report:

  • Full coverage of the European market with in-depth market profiles of all countries in EU28+2.
  • Case studies of smart electricity and gas metering projects by the leading energy groups in Europe.
  • 360-degree overview of next generation PLC, RF and cellular standards for smart grid communication.
  • Updated profiles of the key players in the metering industry.
  • New detailed forecast for smart electricity and gas meters in 30 countries until 2023.
  • Summary of the latest developments in the European energy industry.

 

More than 200 million European households will have smart meters in 2023

Smart metering has reached a stage of early maturity with massrollouts underway in significant parts of Western Europe. Almost 40 percent of the 281 million electricity customers in EU28+2 had a smart meter at the end of 2017, a share that is set to increase to 70 percent over the coming five years. As a consequence, annual shipments of smart electricity meters will reach a peak of around 28 million units per year in 2019/2020. The majority of the new installations will take place in France, Spain and the UK, with significant contribution also coming from countries like Austria and the Netherlands. After Italy, which had a head-start, Spain was the first major country in Western Europe to begin mass deployments at the start of this decade. France and the UK have started to ramp up the rate of installations, which will peak at an aggregate level of 10–12 million units per year in the period 2018–2020.

Italy and Sweden were the first European countries to embark on nationwide deployments of smart meters in the last decade. As the systems deployed in both countries reach their end-of-life, the DSOs are making preparations for a second wave of rollouts. In Italy, Enel’s distribution arm e-distribuzione is leading the way with plans to install 13 million second generation meters by 2019 and another 28 million in the following decade. Sweden faces a more complex situation with some remaining uncertainty around regulations and a greater diversity of DSOs. Over the past years, some of the earliest moving municipal DSOs from the first wave began upgrading their systems. In May 2017, Ellevio launched the first major second wave tender for the upgrading of 0.9 million metering points. The rollout will be the first where one existing large-scale system will be replaced by another.

Germany is taking a highly cautious approach to smart meters. The country is planning for a 15–20 years’ transition period during which smart meters are gradually introduced for selected customer groups. In July 2016, Germany reached a significant milestone as the new regulatory framework and roadmap for smart meters was formally approved. In the medium term, smart meters will become mandatory for around 10 percent of the customers by 2025/2028. For the remaining 90 percent, households using less than 6,000 kWh per year, the technology will be optional with a price cap. This does leave some room for more extensive rollouts during the 2020s by DSOs that can identify strong business cases.


 

Adoption trends in Central Eastern Europe are mixed. Estonia was the first country in the region to complete a nationwide rollout at the end of 2016. Latvia is doing a partial rollout to larger electricity customers and Lithuania has recently launched a pilot project. Poland has seen some large-scale installations but there have not yet been any final decisions about the regulatory framework of technical standads. At the end of 2017, one of the five DSOs were committed to a complete rollout while the others had performed or planned to perform large-scale pilots. Czechia, Slovakia and Hungary have different approaches to smart meters. The cost benefit analysis in Czechia had a negative result and deterred the country from going ahead with a rollout. Slovakia found a positive business case for a partial rollout and will deploy smart meters to around 30 percent of the customer base accounting for half of the yearly consumption until 2020. Hungary has established a subsidiary of the national TSO for the task of managing a national pilot project over the next years. Romania has seen an accelerated uptake in the past years as all three DSOs initiated significant deployments. Bulgaria does not plan a mandatory rollout, but the country’s DSOs are gradually deploying smart meters to selected customers for similar reasons as in Romania. Greece is still in the process of organising a large-scale pilot that could lead up to an eventual nationwide rollout by the country’s only DSO.

PLC has been the dominant technology platform for smart metering solutions in Europe from the onset. Berg Insight however believes that IoT-optimised cellular technologies such as LTE-M/NB-IoT and RF mesh networks will steadily increase their market shares in smart metering over the next 5–10 years. The shift from 2G to 4G/5G will eventually offer improved performance at lower cost. LTE-M will probably be the most suitable alternative for smart electricity metering, while NB-IoT will cover the needs in smart gas and water metering. At the same time, the standardisation of RF mesh networks by the Wi-SUN Alliance and other standard bodies has a good potential for establishing a thriving ecosystem for connected products in the smart cities and smart energy markets.

This report answers the following questions:

  • What is the status of nationwide rollouts in France, Spain and the UK?
  • What are the plans for second generation rollouts start in Italy and Sweden?
  • Why is Germany taking a different approach to smart metering?
  • Which European countries are next in line for large-scale rollouts?
  • What is the status of smart metering in Russia & CIS and the Balkans?
  • What is driving the shift from PLC to wireless communication technologies?
  • What impact will LTE-M and NB-IoT have on the smart metering market?
  • Which are the leading suppliers of smart metering solutions for the European market?


目次

Executive Summary

1 Electricity, gas and district heating markets in Europe
1.1 Energy industry players
1.2 Electricity market
1.3 Gas market
1.4 District heating market

2 Smart metering solutions
2.1 Introduction to smart grids
2.2 Smart metering
2.2.1 Smart metering applications
2.2.2 Smart metering infrastructure
2.2.3 Benefits of smart metering
2.3 Project strategies
2.3.1 System design and sourcing
2.3.2 Rollout and integration
2.3.3 Implementation and operation
2.3.4 Communicating with customers
2.4 Regulatory issues
2.4.1 Models for the introduction of smart meters
2.4.2 Standards and guidelines
2.4.3 Individual rights issues

3 IoT networks and communication technologies
3.1 IoT network technologies
3.1.1 Network architectures
3.1.2 Unlicensed and licensed frequency bands
3.2 PLC technology and standards
3.2.1 International standards organisations
3.2.2 G3-PLC
3.2.3 PRIME
3.2.4 Meters & More
3.2.5 OSGP
3.2.6 Netricity
3.3 3GPP cellular and LPWA technologies
3.3.1 2G/3G/4G cellular technologies and IoT
3.3.2 The role of cellular networks in smart meter communications
3.3.3 NB-IoT and LTE-M network deployments in Europe
3.3.4 LoRa
3.3.5 Sigfox
3.4 RF technology and standards
3.4.1 IEEE 802.15.4
3.4.2 Wi-SUN
3.4.3 ZigBee
3.4.4 Proprietary IPv6 connectivity stacks based on 802.15.4
3.4.5 Wireless M-Bus

4 Smart metering industry players
4.1 Meter vendors
4.1.1 Landis+Gyr
4.1.2 Itron
4.1.3 Honyewell Elster
4.1.4 Aclara Technologies
4.1.5 ADD Grup
4.1.6 AEM
4.1.7 Aidon
4.1.8 Apator
4.1.9 Circutor
4.1.10 Diehl Metering
4.1.11 EDMI Meters
4.1.12 Elgama Elektronika
4.1.13 EMH Metering
4.1.14 Flonidan
4.1.15 Hager
4.1.16 Hexing Electrical
4.1.17 Iskraemeco
4.1.18 Janz
4.1.19 Kaifa Technology
4.1.20 Kamstrup
4.1.21 Linyang Energy
4.1.22 MeteRSit
4.1.23 Networked Energy Services
4.1.24 Pietro Fiorentini
4.1.25 RIZ
4.1.26 Sagemcom
4.1.27 Sanxing Electric
4.1.28 Wasion
4.1.29 ZIV
4.1.30 ZPA Smart Energy
4.2 Communication solution providers
4.2.1 AP Systems
4.2.2 Corinex
4.2.3 CyanConnode
4.2.4 Devolo
4.2.5 NURI Telecom
4.2.6 Ormazabal
4.2.7 Power Plus Communications
4.2.8 Sensus
4.2.9 Silver Spring Networks
4.2.10 Trilliant
4.2.11 Xemex
4.3 Software solution providers
4.3.1 Cuculus
4.3.2 Enoro
4.3.3 Ferranti Computer Systems
4.3.4 Görlitz
4.3.5 Kisters
4.3.6 Oracle
4.3.7 Powel
4.3.8 SAP
4.3.9 Telecontrol STM
4.4 System integrators and communication service providers
4.4.1 Arqiva
4.4.2 Atos Worldgrid
4.4.3 Capgemini
4.4.4 CGI
4.4.5 Ericsson
4.4.6 IBM
4.4.7 Kapsch
4.4.8 LG CNS
4.4.9 Schneider Electric
4.4.10 Siemens
4.4.11 Telefónica
4.4.12 Telekom Austria
4.4.13 UtilityConnect
4.4.14 Vodafone

5 Market profiles
5.1 Regional summary
5.1.1 EU smart metering policies
5.1.2 Top smart metering projects in EU28+2 countries
5.2 Austria
5.3 Belgium
5.4 Bulgaria
5.5 Croatia
5.6 Cyprus
5.7 Czechia
5.8 Denmark
5.9 Estonia
5.10 Finland
5.11 France
5.12 Germany
5.13 Greece
5.14 Hungary
5.15 Ireland
5.16 Italy
5.17 Latvia
5.18 Lithuania
5.19 Luxembourg
5.20 Malta
5.21 Netherlands
5.22 Norway
5.23 Poland
5.24 Portugal
5.25 Romania
5.26 Slovakia
5.27 Slovenia
5.28 Spain
5.29 Sweden
5.30 Switzerland
5.31 United Kingdom

6 Case studies: Smart metering projects in Europe
6.1 Enel
6.1.1 Enel Open Meter and the second generation rollout in Italy
6.1.2 Endesa’s smart metering project in Spain
6.1.3 Smart meter rollout plan for Romania
6.2 Enedis
6.2.1 The Linky Programme
6.2.2 System development and large-scale pilot
6.2.3 Full-scale rollout plan
6.3 E.ON
6.3.1 Sweden
6.3.2 Germany
6.3.3 United Kingdom
6.3.4 Central Eastern Europe
6.4 Iberdrola
6.4.1 The PRIME project
6.4.2 Smart meter rollout in Spain
6.5 Current smart meter projects in Scandinavia
6.5.1 RADIUS (DONG Energy)
6.5.2 Hafslund
6.5.3 Ellevio
6.6 Smart gas meter rollouts in France and Italy
6.6.1 GrDF
6.6.2 2i Rete Gas
6.6.3 Unareti (A2A)
6.7 Smart meter communication platforms in Germany and the UK
6.7.1 Germany
6.7.2 United Kingdom
6.8 Smart metering in Russia & CIS and the Balkans

7 Market forecasts and trends
7.1 Market trends
7.1.1 Mass-rollouts ramp up to volume in Western Europe
7.1.2 Mixed outlooks in Germany and Central Eastern Europe
7.1.3 Second wave rollouts begin in Italy and Sweden
7.1.4 PLC smart meter shipments will peak in 2017
7.2 Smart electricity metering market forecast
7.2.1 Capital expenditure forecast
7.2.2 Communication technology market shares
7.3 Smart gas metering market forecast

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2017-10-20
Berg Insight says 62.0 million European households will have smart gas meters by 2022


According to a new report from the M2M/IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, the installed base of smart gas meters in Europe will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 37.8 percent between 2016 and 2022 to reach 62.0 million units at the end of the period. Deployments of smart gas meters on the European market accelerated in 2017 as the number of installed devices reached 17.3 million. The growth is mainly driven by nationwide rollouts in France, Italy, the Netherlands and the UK. Italy is the largest market with annual demand projected to peak at more than 5 million units towards the end of the decade. France entered the mass-rollout phase in 2017 and the UK market is expected to take off in 2018. In the Netherlands, the full-scale rollout is already underway and will continue until the early 2020s. The European smart gas meters use a variety of communication methods, including fixed RF networks and local interfaces to master electricity meters.

Short-range radio communication using the 169 MHz frequency band is the de-facto industry networking standard in France and Italy where smart gas meters are deployed independently of smart electricity meters. In the UK and the Netherlands, local wired or wireless interfaces are used for transmitting readings via the customer’s smart electricity meter. Several vendors have performed successful trials of using NB-IoT networks for connecting smart gas meters in the past year. “Berg Insight expects that smart gas metering will become one of the first high-volume applications for NB-IoT”, said Tobias Ryberg, Senior Analyst, Berg Insight. “The combination of low data volumes and the need for 10+ year battery operation is an ideal match”.

 


 

2017-10-19
Berg Insight says pure-play PLC smart meter shipments in Europe will peak in 2017


Annual shipments of smart electricity meters in Europe will grow by 71 percent in 2017 to reach 23.1 million units, according to a new research report from the M2M/IoT analyst firm Berg Insight. Growth is driven by accelerating deployments in France, Italy and the UK that coincide with the final phase of the nationwide rollout in Spain. The great majority of the devices deployed in 2017 use powerline communication (PLC). Already in 2018, shipments of PLC smart meters are however expected to start to decline, even as the market remains strong. Instead radio-based technologies like 4G cellular (LTE-M/NB-IoT) and RF mesh will increase their market shares. “France and Spain will be the last major countries in Western Europe to deploy pure-play PLC smart metering solutions”, says Tobias Ryberg, Senior Analyst, Berg Insight.

“Italy is switching to hybrid PLC/RF communication for improved reliability in the second-generation rollout starting this year. The UK and the Netherlands focus on 2G/4G cellular technologies and in Scandinavia, RF mesh networks have come to dominate the market”. Berg Insight believes that IoT-optimised cellular technologies such as LTE-M/NB-IoT and RF mesh networks will steadily increase their market shares in smart metering over the next 5–10 years. The shift from 2G to 4G/5G will eventually offer improved performance at lower cost. LTE-M will probably be the most suitable alternative for smart electricity metering, while NB-IoT will cover the needs in smart gas and water metering. At the same time, the standardisation of RF mesh networks by the Wi-SUN Alliance and other standard bodies has a good potential for establishing a thriving ecosystem for connected products in the smart cities and smart energy markets.

 

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