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The utilities industry is one of the largest and fastest growing industries in the world. The term utilities refers to electricity, natural gas, water and sewerage services consumed by the public, hospitals, schools and other institutions, agriculture, factories and commercial establishments. In some countries these services are provided commercially by national, state or municipal governments or by cooperatives; in many, however, they are provided by the private sector.

The largest geographic markets by consumption in the utilities sector are Asia, the Americas and Europe. Asia was the largest geographic market in the utilities market, accounting for nearly 38% of the global market. The Americas was the second largest geographic market accounting for 29% of the total. Europe was the third largest geographic market, accounting for 28% of the total. Europe was the third largest producer of electricity, generating 3,732 TWh followed by Africa at 753 Twh. In 2014, Asia registered the highest energy consumption in the world at 6,303 Mtoe, followed by the Americas at 3337 Mtoe.

As energy demand is increasing, utilities are setting up smart grids to keep pace with rising energy demand and also to increase the efficiency, reliability and capability of the power networks. Smart grids are a variety of operational and energy measures which include smart meters, smart appliances, renewable energy sources and energy-efficient sources. They also integrate low carbon energy sources with power networks.

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Scope

Utilities Market Characteristics 4

Utilities Market Historic Growth 5

Drivers of the Market 5

Restraints on the Market 6

Utilities Market Forecast 7

Drivers of the Market 8

Restraints on the Market 8

Utilities Market Comparison With Other Markets 9

Utilities Market Historic and Forecast Growth Comparison With Other Markets 11

Utilities Market Segmentation 13

Electricity generation, transmission, and distribution 13

Natural gas distribution 13

Water and sewage 13

Utilities Market Geography Split 14

Utilities Market Competitors 16

EDF 17

Centrica Plc 17

Gas Natural Fenosa 18

Utilities Market Key Mergers and Acquisitions 20

Utilities Market Trends and Strategies 22

Major trends shaping the utilities market include the following: 22

Distributed Generation To Cut Costs 22

Utilities Are Switching To Smart Grids 22

Smart Metering 22

Shift to Renewable Energy 22

Appendix 23

Research Methodology 23

Abbreviations 23

Currencies 23

NAICS Definitions Of Industry Covered In This Report 23

Research Inquiries 24

The Business Research Company 25

Copyright and Disclaimer 25

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List Of Figure

Figure 1: Global Utilities Market, Historic Market Size, 2012-2016, $ Billion 5

Figure 2: Global Utilities Market, Forecast Market Size, 2016-2020, $ Billion 7

Figure 3: Global Utilities Market Value, Comparison With Other Markets, 2016, $ Billion 9

Figure 4: Global Utilities Market, Historic and Forecast Growth Rate, Comparison With Other Industries, 2012-2020, Percentage (%) 11

Figure 5: Global Utilities Market, Split By Segments, 2016, $ Billion 13

Figure 6: Global Utilities Market, Split By Region, 2016, $ Billion 14

Figure 7: Global Utilities Market, Key Competitor Market Shares, 2015, Percentage (%) 16


List Of Table

Table 1: Global Utilities Market, Historic Market Size, 2012-2016, $ Billion 5

Table 2: Global Utilities Market, Forecast Market Size, 2016-2020, $ Billion 7

Table 3: Global Utilities Market Value, Comparison With Other Markets, 2016, $ Billion 9

Table 4: Global Utilities Market, Historic and Forecast Growth Rate, Comparison With Other Industries, 2012-2020, Percentage (%) 11

Table 5: Global Utilities Market, Split By Segment, 2016, $ Billion 13

Table 6: Global Utilities Market, Split By Region, 2016, $ Billion 15

Table 7: Global Utilities Market, Key Competitor Market Shares, 2015, Percentage (%) 16

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EDF, Centrica Plc, Gas Natural SDG SA, Veolia Environment SA, Duke Energy Corp, Southern Co, Suez Environment, Sempra Energy

The utilities industry is one of the largest and fastest growing industries in the world. The term utilities refers to electricity, natural gas, water and sewerage services consumed by the public, hospitals, schools and other institutions, agriculture, factories and commercial establishments. In some countries these services are provided commercially by national, state or municipal governments or by cooperatives; in many, however, they are provided by the private sector.

The largest geographic markets by consumption in the utilities sector are Asia, the Americas and Europe. Asia was the largest geographic market in the utilities market, accounting for nearly 38% of the global market. The Americas was the second largest geographic market accounting for 29% of the total. Europe was the third largest geographic market, accounting for 28% of the total. Europe was the third largest producer of electricity, generating 3,732 TWh followed by Africa at 753 Twh. In 2014, Asia registered the highest energy consumption in the world at 6,303 Mtoe, followed by the Americas at 3337 Mtoe.

As energy demand is increasing, utilities are setting up smart grids to keep pace with rising energy demand and also to increase the efficiency, reliability and capability of the power networks. Smart grids are a variety of operational and energy measures which include smart meters, smart appliances, renewable energy sources and energy-efficient sources. They also integrate low carbon energy sources with power networks.

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Scope

Utilities Market Characteristics 4

Utilities Market Historic Growth 5

Drivers of the Market 5

Restraints on the Market 6

Utilities Market Forecast 7

Drivers of the Market 8

Restraints on the Market 8

Utilities Market Comparison With Other Markets 9

Utilities Market Historic and Forecast Growth Comparison With Other Markets 11

Utilities Market Segmentation 13

Electricity generation, transmission, and distribution 13

Natural gas distribution 13

Water and sewage 13

Utilities Market Geography Split 14

Utilities Market Competitors 16

EDF 17

Centrica Plc 17

Gas Natural Fenosa 18

Utilities Market Key Mergers and Acquisitions 20

Utilities Market Trends and Strategies 22

Major trends shaping the utilities market include the following: 22

Distributed Generation To Cut Costs 22

Utilities Are Switching To Smart Grids 22

Smart Metering 22

Shift to Renewable Energy 22

Appendix 23

Research Methodology 23

Abbreviations 23

Currencies 23

NAICS Definitions Of Industry Covered In This Report 23

Research Inquiries 24

The Business Research Company 25

Copyright and Disclaimer 25

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List Of Figure

Figure 1: Global Utilities Market, Historic Market Size, 2012-2016, $ Billion 5

Figure 2: Global Utilities Market, Forecast Market Size, 2016-2020, $ Billion 7

Figure 3: Global Utilities Market Value, Comparison With Other Markets, 2016, $ Billion 9

Figure 4: Global Utilities Market, Historic and Forecast Growth Rate, Comparison With Other Industries, 2012-2020, Percentage (%) 11

Figure 5: Global Utilities Market, Split By Segments, 2016, $ Billion 13

Figure 6: Global Utilities Market, Split By Region, 2016, $ Billion 14

Figure 7: Global Utilities Market, Key Competitor Market Shares, 2015, Percentage (%) 16


List Of Table

Table 1: Global Utilities Market, Historic Market Size, 2012-2016, $ Billion 5

Table 2: Global Utilities Market, Forecast Market Size, 2016-2020, $ Billion 7

Table 3: Global Utilities Market Value, Comparison With Other Markets, 2016, $ Billion 9

Table 4: Global Utilities Market, Historic and Forecast Growth Rate, Comparison With Other Industries, 2012-2020, Percentage (%) 11

Table 5: Global Utilities Market, Split By Segment, 2016, $ Billion 13

Table 6: Global Utilities Market, Split By Region, 2016, $ Billion 15

Table 7: Global Utilities Market, Key Competitor Market Shares, 2015, Percentage (%) 16

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