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The smart grid is poised to forever alter the way will live, work and play. It’s ushering the energy industry into an era of increased availability, reliability and efficiency. At the same time, the global market for grid-connected energy storage systems is fast expanding. With these changes, though, come many unknowns.

Learn about the latest developments in the energy storage and smart grid markets via our detailed and accurate research across all key segments of the industry.
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Presenting a wide-ranging detailed examination of the market for energy storage systems across all key global segments of the industry. Databases and reports cover small and large-scale renewable integration, grid support, and behind-the-meter storage.
Global coverage of the major trends in digitalisation affecting the power transmission and distribution grid. Brand new research from IHS Markit explores the rising importance of software and services from vendors to utilities, including the changing business models as the market increasingly moves towards outcome-based solutions and data-driven management. This service aims to show the future direction for all industry stakeholders as the next generation utility takes shape.
This service provides the most comprehensive research in the industry on smart utility meters; investigating the most important trends, drivers, and challenges affecting the current and future market for metering solutions.

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  • Camron Barati, Sam Wilkinson, Julian Jansen | April 20, 2018
    This report provides a comprehensive review of the behind-the-meter residential energy storage market in the United States, and helps subscribers understand the current market and future outlook of this rapidly evolving energy storage segment.
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  • Claudia Portugal | February 08, 2018
    This is the first topical report of the Smart Utility Meter Intelligence Service for 2018. This report focuses on microgrids. It will provide you a general overview of the microgrid market and the opportunities for electricity meters within the microgrids.
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  • The utility-scale solar pipeline has reached 27 GW in Australia, with 2.1 GW of co-located energy storage planned.
    Julian Jansen, Christine Beadle | January 17, 2018
    This report provides an analysis of the current utility-scale solar and energy storage pipeline in Australia. The opportunity for co-located energy storage with utility-scale solar is rapidly emerging with a large number of developers looking accelerate projects.
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  • Julian Jansen | April 10, 2018
    This database presents detailed information regarding all planned and completed energy storage system (ESS) installations and the companies that are involved in these projects. The extensive database of projects provides a unique datasource to analyse real activity in the energy storage market, including the requirements of the ESS in each grid interconnection location and which technologies are being deployed to provide these services. It also presents company profiles for companies active in this market and can be used to identify what companies are leading in installations in each key region.
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  • Sam Wilkinson, Julian Jansen | February 27, 2018
    The IHS Grid-Connected Energy Storage Market Tracker provides detailed analysis and forecasts of this fast growing market. The market is segmented by siting, by region and by technology, with ten year forecasts presented for all major market segments. The forecasts are updated twice per year.
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    Sam Wilkinson is a Associate Director for the Solar and Energy Storage Research group at IHS Markit.

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