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[February 05, 2013]

Electricity Intelligence - The Global Market for Cables, Towers & Insulators Ed 1, 2012-2016

NEW YORK, Feb. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Electricity Intelligence - The Global Market for Cables, Towers & Insulators Ed 1, 2012-2016http://www.reportlinker.com/p01083647/Electricity-Intelligence---The-Global-Market-for-Cables-Towers--Insulators-Ed-1-2012-2016.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Electric_power_energy Global Market for Cables, Insulators, and Towers Report and Database Electricity demand is growing, and demand for cables, insulators and transmission towers is growing with it. However, a variety of distinct development paradigms are at play. While developing countries have primarily seen point-to-point radial distribution instead of intermeshed networks, many developed countries have pursued a policy of putting all urban distribution underground. Policy variations like these can then have knock-on effects. The NRG Expert Global Market for Cables, Insulators and Towers report and database will help you navigate this market sector. It provides detailed data and analysis on annual demand and capital expenditure (capex) for over 180 countries. National grid maps are also included for selected countries.

The Database The database contains important forecast information and current figures on this sector. It consists of a global data set with the following sections: Annual Demand- Capex- National Grid Compositions (including grid maps and interconnections where available) What's in the Cables market, Electrical Insulators, and Transmission Towers Database The Annual Demand section includes 2011 actual figures and forecasts for 2012-2016 in 2011 United States Dollars (USD) for: Cables- Electrical Insulators- Transmission Towers The Capex section includes: T&D (entire sector) Capex 2011 actual figures- Cables, Insulators and Towers sector 2011 actual figures- Cables, Insulators and Towers sector 2012-2016 projections Grid composition data is organized by country and each national file includes 2011 actual data and 2012-2016 projections for: Transmission Installed Base (km)- Distribution Installed Base (km)- Electricity Line Extension (km)- Transmission- Distribution- Annual Demand- Cables- Electrical Insulators- Transmission Towers Country files also include national grid maps and international grid interconnections where available.

The Report The accompanying Global Market for Cables, Insulators and Towers Report consists of several sections that provide additional insight into this market and illustrates the meaning and implications of the information in the database. The detailed historical overview discuses the origins of the electrical supply industry, which provides the basis for a discussion of today's market factors and the future of the Cables, Insulators and Towers sector. Our definition of this sector is also included, along with illustrations of our annual demand data (forecasted to 2016), charts illustrating country data, intelligence on Cables, Insulators and Towers companies and a description of our methodology.

Presented in the Global Market for Cables, Insulators and Towers report Historical overview of the industry- Insight into today's market factors- Definition of the sector- Illustrations of annual demand data- Description of our methodology Key Reasons to Purchase this Market Research This NRG Expert Report and Database provides essential data based on our forecasts and analysis of the cables, insulators and towers sector. Reasons to purchase the database include: Gain a global understanding of the cables, insulators and towers market sector- Understand the trends, developments and opportunities in this market sector- Manipulate the in-depth data- Prepare market size evaluations and sector forecasts Background to this Market Research T&D networks are expanding rapidly- This sector will be in high demand as networks expand- Grid stability and reliability have been key drivers towards new investment in the transition and distribution markets in past years Highlights from this Market Research Network Developments Grid stability and reliability have been key drivers in the past years towards new investment and overall spend in the transmission and distribution markets, with fewer major outages occurring in recent years. Despite a strong focus on renewal, especially in Europe, there is also significant expansion of the grid network taking place.

Grid Interconnections With increasing smart grid technology and new investment, coupled with added generation capacity, grids that were once standalone are becoming increasingly interconnected to one another. There are many technological hurdles to overcome however. With rising energy prices fueling interest, more projects are coming online.

Global Market for Cables, Insulators, and Towers Report - Table of Contents The T&D Market 7 Origins of the Electrical Supply Industry 7The early origins 7Parallel developments 8The first networks 9Regional evolution of networks 9Planned systems - the Pool concept 9United States 10Germany - Bavaria 10Great Britain 12France 12Composition of construction cost 13Network Developments 13Overhead vs. Underground 14The Japan Nuclear Crisis 14Grid Interconnections 15Europe 15Capital Expenditure 15 T&D Sectors 18 Cables > 1 kV 18Insulators and Fittings 19Towers 19 Annual Demand 20 Country Information 22 Austria 22Belgium 23Brazil 24Bulgaria 25Canada 26China 27Czech Republic 28Denmark 29Estonia 30Finland 31France 32Germany 33Greece 34Hungary 35India 36Indonesia 37Ireland 38Italy 39Latvia 40Lithuania 41Luxembourg 42Mexico 43Netherlands 44Norway 45Poland 46Portugal 47Romania 48Russia 49Slovakia 50Slovenia 51Spain 52Sweden 53Switzerland 54Turkey 55United Kingdom 56United States of America 57 T&D Companies 58 Global Market Shares 58Company Listings 58ABB 58Alstom 59GE 59Schneider 59Siemens 59 Methodology 60 Stage 1 - T&D Forecasts 60Stage 2 - Modeling 61Stage 3 - Background Research 61Stage 4 - Verification 61 Sources 62 To order this report:Electric_power_energy Industry: Electricity Intelligence - The Global Market for Cables, Towers & Insulators Ed 1, 2012-2016 __________________________Contact:Nicolas BombourgReportlinkerEmail: nicolasbombourg@reportlinker.comUS: (805)652-2626Intl: +1 805-652-2626 SOURCE Reportlinker http://rt.prnewswire.com/rt.gif NewsItemId=BR54823&Transmission_Id=201302051548PR_NEWS_USPR_____BR54823&DateId=20130205

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