<span style="color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: "Open Sans"; text-align: justify;">NRG Expert’s global smart grid market research report<span style="color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: "Open Sans"; text-align: justify;"> offers the most comprehensive report on the global smart grid market using in-depth smart grid analysis and statistics<span style="color: rgb(51, 51, 51); font-family: "Open Sans"; text-align: justify;"> which have been gathered from 100s of sources across the smart grid industry. The report reviews the barriers to the installation of smart grids. It highlights the most prominent smart grid companies and provides forecasts for the smart grid industry. The energy analysts offer objective in-depth smart grid analysis summarising: the barriers to entry, future deployment, and arguments for and against a smart grid. You can also benefit from our smart grid consultancy service.
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Current Trends and Future DevelopmentsThis smart grid report analyses the global smart grid market place now and the smart grid forecasts for the future. It concludes that in recent years the smart grid has gained a lot of column inches as the panacea for all the problems with the current electrical power grid system. The old grid system was designed for one-way flow of information and electricity from power plants to consumers. Where consumers are billed for electricity usage based on estimates of consumption regardless of the actual usage and according to time of day. This electrical power grid is not designed for the integration of large scale intermittent renewable capacity, or for small-scale distributed renewable capacity such as rooftop solar panels and small scale wind turbines. There is therefore a demand for a new grid system to meet the demands of the 21st century.