Claudia Portugal

Claudia is an IHS analyst member of the Power & Energy group within the Smart Utilities Infrastructure and Power Technology Consulting teams. Her areas of expertise include both market assessment and business model analysis of top equipment manufacturers in Power Transmission & Distribution operating global models on the subject. Specific component specialties include Power Transformers, Distribution Transformers, and Power Electronics as used in the Power Grid. Her previous work experience includes Analysis of Wholesale Power Prices, Energy Contracts and Joint Ventures and Oil & Gas Commercial Operations.

Claudia holds a B.E. in Industrial Engineering and a M.E. in Energy and Environmental Management. She is based in the Munich, Germany.


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European Utility Week Summary Market Brief - October 2017

This presentation is a review of the 2017 European Utility Week event. This year the exhibition took place in Amsterdam and it was attended by the IHS Markit Smart Utilities Infrastructure team and one representative of the Solar and Energy Storage team. The brief covers the main topics of the show: digital transformation, major rollouts of smart meters, communication technologies for smart metering, and energy storage and solar power.

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Power & Energy Technology
Power Transmission & Distribution Master Grid Database

This Master Grid database is a power transmission and distribution (T&D) global study that will provide users with a foundation for understanding the global T&D hardware marketplace. The study shows the key metrics influencing grid technology purchasing within each country. Further detail about the database and the study can be found in the user’s guide.

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Power & Energy Technology
Hannover Messe Summary Market Brief - 2017

Hannover Messe is one of the world's largest industrial tradeshows, with IHS Markit in attendance to observe the latest technology developments. For the power grid industry, this year’s highlights focused on the rise of cloud-based software solutions and a battle of business models.

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Power & Energy Technology
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