IoT Value Chain For Hydro and Nuclear Energy Markets

Price: Starting at USD 4,500
Publish Date: 10 Jun 2022
Code: AN-5532
Research Type: Research Analysis
IoT Value Chain For Hydro and Nuclear Energy Markets
RELATED SERVICE: IoT Networks & Services
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • In-depth analysis of Internet of Things (IoT) players and overall ecosystem for the hydro and nuclear power generation markets.
  • Evaluation and an overview of the value chain that explains the existing area of digitalization and intelligent hardware component to the nuclear and hydropower operation sites, as well as value-added IoT services, such as analytics, Machine Learning (ML), Artificial Intelligence (AI), digital twins, and security IoT components.
  • Analysis of industry maturity, drivers, and challenges for the adoption of IoT technology in the renewable energy domain.
  • Identify the current state of the technology market and the outlook of the vendor ecosystem across the hydro- and nuclear-based IoT value chains, highlighting strong market players, such as Microsoft Azure, FogHorn, General Electric (GE), ABB Rockwell Automation, Emerson, Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO), Honeywell, and Yokogawa.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • Who services particular parts of the IoT value chain, and what are the competitive dynamics between IoT vendors serving the hydro- and nuclear-based energy markets?
  • How can technology, such as the IoT, contribute to ecology and the sustainable use of resources, and how could analytics and data-driven decision-making be a catalyst for sustainable action and corporate sustainability agendas?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • A detailed breakdown of the IoT technology stack for the solar power generation segment of the renewable energy market.
  • Overview of top vendors for each technology component, specifically hardware, edge, and analytics vendors; and an in-depth analytics of vendors offering predictive maintenance, condition-based monitoring, and asset tracking.
  • Forecast of the utility enterprise segment revenue, including production, distribution, and transmission of utility services, which are relative to the growth of installations and capacity growth from 2021 to 2030.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Industrial enterprises undergoing the transition to renewable energy and distributed power generation sources, to understand the ecosystem and players for each IoT solution segment.
  • Product managers and analytics providers looking to benchmark their solution(s) or examine competitors.
  • S-Suite and strategic advisors within the public and private sectors for the renewable energy industry, who are responsible for strategy formation, business development, and innovative solutions planning.

Table of Contents

 

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. INTRODUCTION 

3. STRATEGIC RECOMMENDATIONS

3.1. Recommendations for Hydro and Nuclear Operators 
3.2. Recommendations for Technology Providers 
3.3. Recommendation for Sustainability

4. INDUSTRY OUTLOOK: HYDRO POWER PLANTS 

4.1. Hybrid Hydro Energy Production 
4.2. Industry Concerns and Challenges 

5. HYDRO MARKETS 

5.1. Sensors and Gateways 
5.2. Device Management
5.3. CyberSecurity 
5.4. Platform-as-a-Service, Software-as-a-Service, and Software 
5.5. AI and ML 
5.6. IoT Technology Supporting Nuclear Power Generation 

6. SUPPLIER ECOSYSTEM 

6.1. Hydro
6.2. Nuclear 

7. MARKET FORECASTS