Digital Grid—Capitalizing on Opportunities with Blockchain Technology

Frost & Sullivan’s upcoming study on Blockchains takes an in-depth look at the addressable market for its existing applications along with emerging energy applications. The energy sector has seen significant changes over the past few decades across verticals such as generation, distribution, storage, and consumption. It continues to transition from fossil-fuel based centralized generation to renewable and distributed generation. There is a also a shift from centrally-owned and -operated power generation to small-scale commercial generation and 'prosumers', whose power flows are bidirectional. Both these forces combine to create significant challenges for the electricity grid’s design, with legacy infrastructure struggling to offer the required flexibility.
Published: 8 Jan 2018

  • Net-Metered Electricity Vis-a-vis Total Utility Retail Electricity Sold (Million MWh), United States, 2011–2016
  • Total Households and Total Net Metered Households (Million Units), United States, 2011–2016
  • Net Solar PV Generation (Million MWh), US, 2011–2016
  • Net Small Scale Solar PV Generation (Million MWh), US, 2014–2016
  • Total US Electricity Export and Import Transaction, US, 2011–2016
  • Region–Wise US Electricity Export and Import Transaction, US, 2011–2016
  • Percentage Residential AMI Penetration, Top 10 US States, 2016
  • Number of Passenger EV Vehicles Sold and Number of Electric Charging Stations Installed, US, 2011–2016
  • Percentage of Customer Management Cost vis-a-visTotal IoU Operation Cost, US,
  • 2005–2015

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