Power T&D Scenario in Brazil, Russia, India, Indonesia, Chinaand South Africa (BRIICS) - Infrastructure, Investment andReg...
Major points covered in Table of Contents of this report include1 Table of Contents 21.1 List of Tables 61.2 List of Figur...
5.2.3 Russia, Transmission Infrastructure 555.2.4 Russia, Distribution Infrastructure 705.2.5 Russia, Smart Grid 805.2.6 R...
5.5.9 China, T&D Market, Restraints 1915.5.10 China, T&D Market, Regulations and Initiatives 1935.6 South Africa, T&D Mark...
Table 2: Brazil, Transmission Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 25Table 3: Brazil, Transmission Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 28Tab...
Table 44: T&D Market, India, Restraints and Impact Analysis, 2012-2020 121Table 45: India, Mandated Monthly Availability o...
Table 84: South Africa, Transmission System Technical Performance, System Minutes, 2011 207Table 85: South Africa, Transmi...
Figure 15: Russia, Power Supply Structure 54Figure 16: Russia, Transmission Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 56Figure 17: Russ...
Figure 56: China, Transmission Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 171Figure 57: China, Transmission Substations (Units), 2000-2020 ...
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Power T&D Scenario in Brazil, Russia, India, Indonesia, China and South Africa (BRIICS) - Infrastructure, Investment and Regulations analysis to 2020

  1. 1. Power T&D Scenario in Brazil, Russia, India, Indonesia, Chinaand South Africa (BRIICS) - Infrastructure, Investment andRegulations analysis to 2020Report Details:Published:December 2012No. of Pages: 250Price: Single User License – US$3995The report provides an in depth analysis of T&D market in Brazil, Russia, India, Indonesia, Chinaand South Africa. This report analyzes the T&D market in terms of infrastructure, investments andregulations. It provides information related to T&D lines, transmission capacity and substations. Itdiscusses the key drivers and restraints impacting the market. It also provides information relatedto smart grid deployment in these countries, their power imports and exports and plannedinvestments in the T&D sector during the forecast period, as planned by their utilities. In the end,the report provides a comparative snapshot of the BRIICS on their present status of power T&D.Scope•Information related to power supply structure in the BRIICS.•Analysis of T&D market covering network lines (Ckm), capacity (MVA) and substations (units) for BRIICS from 2005–2020.•Information related to smart grid and power imports and exports in BRIICS.•Up to date information on T&D investment planned during the forecast period in BRIICS.•Key regulations influencing the T&D market in BRIICS.•A comparative snapshot of the BRIICS on their present status of power T&D.Reasons To Buy•Facilitate decision-making based on historic and forecast data related to T&D capacity, line length and substations in BRIICS.•Refine business strategies with a complete understanding of the trends and developments shaping T&D markets in BRIICS.•Evaluate opportunities in promising T&D markets to quantify potential returns on investment.Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/210541-power-td-scenario-in-brazil-russia-india-indonesia-china-and-south-africa-briics-infrastructure-investment-and-regulations-analysis-to-2020.html
  2. 2. Major points covered in Table of Contents of this report include1 Table of Contents 21.1 List of Tables 61.2 List of Figures 92 Executive Summary 112.1 Transmission and Distribution (T&D) Infrastructure Investments to support Economic Growth112.2 Incorporation of Renewable Energy into the Grid and Aging Infrastructure to drive T&D market112.3 Smart Grids Deployment to Promote Efficient power consumption 113 T&D Market, Overview 123.1 GlobalData Report Guidance 144 T&D Market, BRIICS 154.1 Key Opportunities in the Power Sector of BRIICS 184.1.1 Private Sector Participation 184.1.2 Long Distance Power Transmission 184.1.3 Integration of Renewable Energy 184.2 Major Challenges in Power Sector of Emerging Markets 194.2.1 Poor T&D Infrastructure Leading to High Losses 194.2.2 Lack of Competition 194.2.3 Grid Connectivity 195 T&D Market, Key Markets 205.1 Brazil, T&D Market 205.1.1 Brazil, Country Overview 205.1.2 Brazil, Power Supply Structure 215.1.3 Brazil, Transmission Infrastructure 225.1.4 Brazil, Distribution Infrastructure 345.1.5 Brazil, Smart Grid 385.1.6 Brazil, T&D Market, Imports and Exports 395.1.7 Brazil, T&D Market, Investments 405.1.8 Brazil, T&D Market, Drivers 445.1.9 Brazil, T&D Market, Restraints 465.1.10 Brazil, T&D Market, Regulations and Initiatives 475.2 Russia, T&D Market 525.2.1 Russia, Country Overview 525.2.2 Russia, Power Supply Structure 53
  3. 3. 5.2.3 Russia, Transmission Infrastructure 555.2.4 Russia, Distribution Infrastructure 705.2.5 Russia, Smart Grid 805.2.6 Russia, T&D Market, Imports and Exports 815.2.7 Russia, T&D Market, Investments 825.2.8 Russia, T&D Market, Drivers 855.2.9 Russia, T&D Market, Restraints 865.2.10 Russia, T&D Market, Regulations and Initiatives 885.3 India, T&D Market 915.3.1 India, Country Overview 915.3.2 India, Power Supply Structure 925.3.3 India, Transmission Infrastructure 945.3.4 India, Distribution Infrastructure 1055.3.5 India, Smart Grid 1135.3.6 India, T&D Market, Imports and Exports 1145.3.7 India, T&D Market, Investments 1155.3.8 India, T&D Market, Drivers 1175.3.9 India, T&D Market, Restraints 1215.3.10 India, T&D Market, Regulations and Initiatives 1225.4 Indonesia, T&D Market 1325.4.1 Indonesia, Country Overview 1325.4.2 Indonesia, Power Supply Structure 1335.4.3 Indonesia, Transmission Infrastructure 1355.4.4 Indonesia, Distribution Infrastructure 1445.4.5 Indonesia, Smart Grid 1515.4.6 Indonesia, T&D Market, Imports and Exports 1525.4.7 Indonesia, T&D Market, Investments 1535.4.8 Indonesia, T&D Market, Drivers 1585.4.9 Indonesia, T&D Market, Restraints 1605.4.10 Indonesia, T&D Market, Regulations and Initiatives 1615.5 China, T&D Market 1645.5.1 China, Country Overview 1645.5.2 China, Power Supply Structure 1655.5.3 China, Transmission Infrastructure 1675.5.4 China, Distribution Infrastructure 1755.5.5 China, Smart Grid 1835.5.6 China, T&D Market, Imports and Exports 1845.5.7 China, T&D Market, Investments 1855.5.8 China, T&D Market, Drivers 189
  4. 4. 5.5.9 China, T&D Market, Restraints 1915.5.10 China, T&D Market, Regulations and Initiatives 1935.6 South Africa, T&D Market 1995.6.1 South Africa, Country Overview 1995.6.2 South Africa, Power Supply Structure 2005.6.3 South Africa, Transmission Infrastructure 2005.6.4 South Africa, Distribution Infrastructure 2135.6.5 South Africa, Smart Grid 2195.6.6 South Africa, T&D Market, Imports and Exports 2205.6.7 South Africa, T&D Market, Investments 2215.6.8 South Africa, T&D Market, Drivers 2305.6.9 South Africa, T&D Market, Restraints 2325.6.10 South Africa, T&D Market, Regulations and Initiatives 2346 BRIICS, Snapshot of Present Status of T&D 2397 Appendix 2427.1 Market Definitions 2427.1.1 Power 2427.1.2 Installed Capacity 2427.1.3 Electricity Generation 2427.1.4 Electricity Consumption 2427.1.5 Renewable Energy Resources 2427.1.6 Power Transmission and Distribution 2427.1.7 Flexible Alternating Current Transmission System 2437.1.8 High Voltage Direct Current Cables 2437.1.9 Smart Meters 2437.1.10 Demand Response 2437.1.11 Distributed Energy Generation Systems 2437.2 Abbreviations 2447.3 Bibliography 2477.4 Coverage 2527.5 Methodology 2527.5.1 Secondary Research 2527.5.2 Primary Research 2537.6 Contact Us 2537.7 Disclaimer 253List of TablesTable 1: Global, Transmission and Distribution Losses (% of output), 2010 14
  5. 5. Table 2: Brazil, Transmission Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 25Table 3: Brazil, Transmission Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 28Table 4: Brazil, Transmission Substations (Units), 2000–2020 30Table 5: Brazil, Planned Transmission Line Length by Voltage Type (Ckm), 2012–2021 30Table 6: Brazil, Planned Transmission Capacity by Voltage Type (MVA), 2012–2020 31Table 7: Brazil, Distribution Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 36Table 8: Brazil, Transmission Line Investments ($ billion), 2011–2020 41Table 9: Brazil, Transmission Line Investments by Voltage Type (%), 2011–2020 42Table 10: Brazil, Transmission Substations Investments by Voltage Type, 2011–2020 43Table 11: Brazil, Transmission Line Investments by Year, 2012–2021 43Table 12: Brazil, Transmission Line Investments by Voltage Type, 2012–2021 43Table 13: Brazil, Transmission Substations Investments by Voltage Type (%), 2012–2021 43Table 14: T&D Market, Brazil, Drivers and Impact Analysis, 2012-2020 45Table 15: T&D Market, Brazil, Restraints and Impact Analysis, 2012-2020 46Table 16: Russia, Transmission Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 57Table 17: Russia, Planned Transmission Lines and Capacity Additions, 2013–2017 58Table 18: Russia, Key Transmission Investment Projects, 2013–2017 60Table 19: Russia, Power Pricing Zones Breakup 62Table 20: Russia, Transmission Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 64Table 21: Russia, Transmission Substations (Units), 2000-2020 68Table 22: Russia, Distribution Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 72Table 23: Russia, Distribution Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 76Table 24: Russia, Distribution Substation (Units), 2000-2020 79Table 25: Russia, Power Exports by Country, 2011 and 2010 81Table 26: Russia, Power Imports by Country, 2011 and 2010 81Table 27: Russia, Planned Investment in Transmission, 2013–2017 82Table 28: Russia, Planned Investment in Distribution, 2012–2017 84Table 29: T&D Market, Russia, Drivers and Impact Analysis, 2012-2020 86Table 30: T&D Market, Russia, Restraints and Impact Analysis, 2012-2020 87Table 31: India, Capacity and Power lines Growth, 1950–2011 96Table 32: India, Transmission Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 98Table 33: India, Operational and Planned HVDC Lines, 2012 100Table 34: India, Transmission Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 102Table 35: India, Transmission Substations (Units), 2000-2020 104Table 36: India, No. of villages electrified, 1950-2012 107Table 37: India, Distribution Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 109Table 38: India, Distribution Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 111Table 39: India, ACS–ARR Region-wise Gap 112Table 40: India, Inter-regional transmission capacity by the end of 12th FYP 115Table 41: India, Power Distribution Investments under 12th FYP 116Table 42: India, T&D Losses (%), 1947-2010 119Table 43: T&D Market, India, Drivers and Impact Analysis, 2012-2020 120
  6. 6. Table 44: T&D Market, India, Restraints and Impact Analysis, 2012-2020 121Table 45: India, Mandated Monthly Availability of Transmission Elements 122Table 46: India, Restoration Time of Transmission Elements, 2012 123Table 47: India, Payment of Fees, 2012 124Table 48: India, Grid Voltage, Operating Range 125Table 49: India, Application Fees (Rs. in Lakhs) 126Table 50: India, Timeframe in Days for Processing Applications 126Table 51: India, Rates for Long-term, Medium-term and Short-term Open Access 127Table 52: India, Peak Power Capacity of Transmission Lines 128Table 53: India, Transmission Losses (%) 128Table 54: Indonesia, Transmission Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 137Table 55: Indonesia, Transmission Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 140Table 56: Indonesia, Planned Transmission Infrastructure, 2011–2020 143Table 57: Indonesia, Distribution Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 145Table 58: Indonesia, SAIDI and SAIFI Values, 2007–2010 146Table 59: Indonesia, Distribution Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 148Table 60: Indonesia, Electrification Ratio, 2008–2016 149Table 61: Indonesia, Planned Distribution Infrastructure, 2011–2020 150Table 62: Indonesia, Power Infrastructure Investment Breakup (%), 2011–2020 155Table 63: Indonesia, Planned Infrastructure Investment Breakup by Region ($ million), 2011–2020156Table 64: Indonesia, Transmission and Distribution Investment Split by Years ($ bn), 2011–2020157Table 65: T&D Market, Indonesia, Drivers and Impact Analysis, 2012-2020 159Table 66: T&D Market, Indonesia, Restraints and Impact Analysis, 2012-2020 160Table 67: China, Transmission Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 169Table 68: China, Transmission Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 172Table 69: China, Transmission Substations (Units), 2000-2020 174Table 70: China, SGCC and CSPG, Power Sales, 2007–2011 176Table 71: China, Distribution Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 178Table 72: China, Distribution Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 180Table 73: China, Distribution Substation Units, 2000-2020 182Table 74: China, Generation and Grid Investments ($ billion), 2006–2011 186Table 75: China, Status of UHV AC Projects, 2012 187Table 76: China, Status of UHV DC Projects, 2012 187Table 77: China, CSPG, Grid Investments by Voltage level ($ billion), 2011 188Table 78: T&D Market, China, Drivers and Impact Analysis, 2012-2020 190Table 79: T&D Market, China, Restraints and Impact Analysis, 2012-2020 192Table 80: China, 12th FYP, Key Features 198Table 81: South Africa, Transmission Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 202Table 82: South Africa, TDP, 2013–2022 205Table 83: South Africa, Upcoming Power plants, 2013–2022 206
  7. 7. Table 84: South Africa, Transmission System Technical Performance, System Minutes, 2011 207Table 85: South Africa, Transmission Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 209Table 86: South Africa, Power Transmission, List of Completed Projects since 2010 210Table 87: South Africa, Power Transmission, List of Projects Planned to be Completed by2012/2013 211Table 88: South Africa, TDP 2013–2022, Peak Demand Forecast 212Table 89: South Africa, Distribution Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 215Table 90: South Africa, Electrification Programme, No. of Connections Electrified per Year, 2011216Table 91: South Africa, Distribution Sector Performance, SAIDI and SAIFI performance, 2011 217Table 92: South Africa, Transmission Investment Expansion, Breakup, 2013–2022 221Table 93: South Africa, Gauteng Province, New Assets, 2013–2022 222Table 94: South Africa, Kwazulu-Natal Province, New Assets, 2013–2022 222Table 95: South Africa, Limpopo Province, New Assets, 2013–2022 223Table 96: South Africa, Mpumalanga Province, New Assets, 2013-2022 224Table 97: South Africa, Northwest Province, New Assets, 2013–2022 224Table 98: South Africa, Free State Province, New Assets, 2013–2022 225Table 99: South Africa, Northern Cape Province, New Assets, 2013–2022 226Table 100: South Africa, Eastern Cape Province, New Assets, 2013–2022 227Table 101: South Africa, Western Cape Province, New Assets, 2013–2022 228Table 102: T&D Market, South Africa, Drivers and Impact Analysis, 2012-2020 231Table 103: T&D Market, South Africa, Restraints and Impact Analysis, 2012-2020 233Table 104: South Africa, Grid Access, Charges Levied by Eskom on Generators, 2012 236Table 105: BRIICS, Snapshot of Present Status of T&D 240Table 106: Abbreviations 244List of FiguresFigure 1: Global, Transmission and Distribution Losses (% of output), 2010 13Figure 2: GDP, BRIICS v/s Rest of the World, 2011 and 2020 15Figure 3: Power Consumption, BRIICS v/s Rest of the World, 2011 and 2020 16Figure 4: Power Generation, BRIICS v/s Rest of the World, 2011 and 2020 17Figure 5: Brazil, Power Supply Structure 21Figure 6: Brazil, Transmission Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 24Figure 7: Brazil, Power Transmission Network Configuration in SIN, 2011 26Figure 8: Brazil, Transmission Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 27Figure 9: Brazil, Transmission Substations (Units), 2000–2020 28Figure 10: Brazil, Subsystems Interconnections, Existing and Planned, 2011 32Figure 11: Brazil, Distribution Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 35Figure 12: Brazil, Transmission Line Investments ($ billion), 2011–2020 40Figure 13: Brazil, Transmission Line Investments by Voltage Type (%), 2011–2020 41Figure 14: Brazil, Institutions and their Relationship, 2012 47
  8. 8. Figure 15: Russia, Power Supply Structure 54Figure 16: Russia, Transmission Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 56Figure 17: Russia, Planned Transmission Lines and Capacity Additions, 2013–2017 58Figure 18: Russia, Key Investment Projects, 2013–2017 59Figure 19: Russia, Layout of Pricing zones 61Figure 20: Russia, Transmission Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 63Figure 21: Russia, Prospects of Power Trade of Russia with its Neighbors 66Figure 22: Russia, Transmission Substations (Units), 2000-2020 67Figure 23: Russia, Regional Presence of Russian Electricity Distribution Companies, 2011 70Figure 24: Russia, Distribution Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 71Figure 25: Russia, Depreciation Rates for Distribution Companies, 2010 73Figure 26: Russia, Comparison of Power Loss Ratio of MRSKs and Foreign peers, 2010 74Figure 27: Russia, Distribution Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 75Figure 28: Russia, Depreciation ratios under RAB and Cost Plus 77Figure 29: Russia, Distribution Substation (Units), 2000-2020 78Figure 30: Russia, Breakup of the Transmission Investment Plan, 2013–2017 83Figure 31: India, Power Supply Structure 93Figure 32: India, Capacity and Power lines Growth, 1950–2011 95Figure 33: India, Transmission Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 97Figure 34: India, Present Power Grid, 2011 99Figure 35: India, Transmission Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 101Figure 36: India, Transmission Substations (Units), 2000-2020 103Figure 37: India, No. of villages electrified, 1950-2012 106Figure 38: India, Distribution Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 108Figure 39: India, Distribution Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 110Figure 40: India, T&D Losses (%), 1947-2010 118Figure 41: India, Ratio of Investment in T&D to Investment in Generation over the FYPs 120Figure 42: Indonesia, Power Supply Structure 133Figure 43: Indonesia, Transmission Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 135Figure 44: Indonesia, Transmission Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 139Figure 45: Indonesia, Planned Transmission Lines, 2012 142Figure 46: Indonesia, Distribution Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 144Figure 47: Indonesia, Distribution Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 147Figure 48: Indonesia, Electrification Ratio, June 2012 149Figure 49: Indonesia, Planned Transmission and Distribution Lines (kms), 2012–2020 153Figure 50: Indonesia, Power Infrastructure Investment Breakup (%), 2011–2020 154Figure 51: Indonesia, Planned Infrastructure Investment Breakup by Region ($ millon), 2011–2020155Figure 52: Indonesia, Transmission and Distribution Investment Split by Years, 2011–2020 157Figure 53: China, Power Supply Structure 165Figure 54: China, Transmission Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 168Figure 55: China, Regional Power Grids, 2011 170
  9. 9. Figure 56: China, Transmission Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 171Figure 57: China, Transmission Substations (Units), 2000-2020 173Figure 58: China, Distribution Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 177Figure 59: China, Distribution Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 179Figure 60: China, Distribution Substation Units, 2000-2020 181Figure 61: China, Generation and Grid Investments, 2006–2011 185Figure 62: China, Regional Power Grids 194Figure 63: China, Electricity Pricing Scheme 195Figure 64: South Africa, Transmission Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 201Figure 65: South Africa, Existing Grid Infrastructure, 2011 203Figure 66: South Africa, Planned Power Generation Capacity by 2022 206Figure 67: South Africa, Transmission Capacity (MVA), 2000-2020 208Figure 68: South Africa, TDP 2013–2022, Peak Demand Forecast 212Figure 69: South Africa, Distribution Line Length (Ckm), 2000-2020 214Figure 70: South Africa, Peak Demand Savings(MW), 2004-2011 218Figure 71: South Africa, Comparative Overview of the Various Provinces on the Planned NetworkLine Lengths by Voltage Type, 2013–2022 229Figure 72: BRIICS, T&D Market Evolution Stages 239Contact: sales@reportsandreports.com for more information.

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