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[December 02, 2013]

American Manufacturing and Systems Integration Capabilities for Power Grid Modernization

(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/kthx6z/american) has announced the addition of the "American Manufacturing and Systems Integration Capabilities for Power Grid Modernization" report to their offering.

The authors believe that American manufacturers can accommodate more rapid growth in U.S. grid modernization efforts than currently exists.

Based on repeated surveys of key manufacturing companies active in grid modernization product development and firms involved with grid management and control systems integration activities, there is sufficient manufacturing and integration capacity to meet expected demand levels for almost all core components of the smart grid investment grant program identified by the U.S. Department of Energy as well as additional grid modernization components studied by the authors.

The latter group includes the intelligent electronic devices required for various automation projects from transmission and distribution level applications down to smart infrastructure equipment.

Regarding the nation's ability to increase systems integration workloads and capabilities, there is sufficient integration expertise available to expand usage levels of the following: - Dynamic transmission line rating systems; - Synchrophasor-related monitoring systems used in the nation's high-voltage transmission networks; - Operational control systems deployed for power generation management, transmission and distribution network operations and outage management; - Information technology with which to intelligently manage deployments of grid modernization components, including telecommunications and analytical tools.

Key Topics Covered: Introduction and Scope of this report Research Methodologies Research Findings and Mid-Year 2013 Observations Dynamic Line Rating (DLR) for Transmission Networks Synchrophasor Usage Patterns Energy Storage Units - An Issue of Scale Smart Grid Operational Control Systems Automated Field Devices for Advanced Distribution Automation Automated Metering Infrastructure Electricity Metering Instruments - Smart Meters HAN - Home Area Networking Smart Appliance Loads Substation Modernization Programs Protection and Control Equipment Cyber Security Developments Time Synchronization and Grid Control CAPEX Outlook for Grid Modernization Programs Achieving Grid Modernization Market Potential: Life Cycle Patterns for Core Smart Grid Components Marginal Cost Analysis for Smart Grid Components Manufacturer and Integrator Viewpoints on Grid Modernization Strategies and Capabilities Biggest Challenges to Increasing Smart Grid Manufacturing Capacity Available Manufacturing and Integration Capacity Summary of Viewpoints from Manufacturers and Systems Integrators For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/kthx6z/american About Research and Markets Research and Markets is the world's leading source for international market research reports and market data. We provide you with the latest data on international and regional markets, key industries, the top companies, new products and the latest trends.

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