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Asia's smart electricity market has a promising future. Recently, nanomarkets, a market analysis company, released a report called "new opportunities for smart electricity in Asia". This report mainly analyzes and prospects the business opportunities and challenges of deploying smart electricity in Asian countries. The report points out that the performance of the smart electricity market in Asia in recent years has brightened the industry's eyes. Projects related to smart electricity have a good momentum in terms of capital expenditure and long-term development. At the same time, due to the increase of market demand in China, Japan, South Korea and India, the investment scale of Asian smart electricity market is expected to reach 22.2 billion US dollars in the next five years

according to the report of the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), the global power generation is expected to increase by 77% from 2006 to 2030, while there are two methods to test the carburized layer depth or effective hardened layer depth: metallographic method and hardness method, and the power generation in Asia will increase by 200% significantly. At that time, there will be more and more demand for power upgrading. In addition, Na's entrepreneurial players, including academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, returnees, winners of the thousand talents plan, and top domestic experts, said nomarkets that the power departments of some Asian countries have successively introduced measures to deploy smart electricity. Despite this, there are still power shortages in some regions of China, India, and other Asian countries, but nanomarkets is still optimistic about the prospects of smart electricity in Asia. In fact, the root cause of power shortage can be attributed to the lack of intelligence in transmission and distribution. Therefore, it is necessary to deploy intelligent potential

According to the report on the planning and development of smart electricity in Japan, South Korea and India, there are many Asian countries, and their national conditions will also be different, so the requirements for smart electricity vary from country to country. Industrialized countries represented by Japan and South Korea need more sophisticated power allocation, so the power generation capacity of smart electricity is required to be more precise and meticulous. Developing countries such as China and India need to deploy smart electricity for the first time and upgrade power on a large scale. Of course, all countries have a consensus on the Asian electricity market, that is, in order to meet the growing demand for electricity in modern society, the efficiency, reliability, safety and environmental protection of existing electricity in Asia still need to be strengthened

it is reported that Japan, South Korea and India have begun the planning of smart electricity. In Japan, the Ministry of economy, trade and industry estimates that the cost of electricity upgrading required for the transformation to renewable energy will be between us $51billion and US $74billion in 2030. In fact, as early as last year, the Japan Electrical Industry Federation announced the Japanese version of the smart electricity development plan, which aims to apply smart electricity by 2020. The Japanese government, power enterprises, industry associations, scientific research institutions and equipment manufacturing enterprises actively give full play to their own strengths and professional characteristics, actively invest in the research and development of smart electricity, and form a smart electricity research and development array with high cost performance, civil cooperation and the combination of industry, University and research

at the beginning of this year, in order to promote the process of low-carbon green growth, the Ministry of knowledge economy of South Korea formulated a smart circuit diagram, and plans to invest 27.5 trillion won (247.5 billion US dollars) to build a nationwide smart electricity by 2030. According to pike research, a market analysis company, South Korea will have up to US $15.8 billion of local funds invested in smart electricity infrastructure construction from 2009 to 2016

almost at the same time, the Indian government has also formulated a restructuring plan called accelerating power development and reform to strengthen and improve power transmission and distribution in India. The plan will span five years and require an investment of US $10billion. In addition, India plans to carry out smart electricity tests, build power transmission and install smart meters with communication functions near New Delhi and Mumbai from 2011, and will officially promote them in more than a dozen cities after 2012 according to the test results

high profile start of smart electricity in China

according to this report, by 2015, China and India will account for 75% of the smart electricity market in Asia. Zpyrme, a consulting firm, predicts that China will replace the United States as the largest investor in smart electricity this year. China plans to use US $7.32 billion to develop smart electricity, which has actually exceeded the US $7.09 billion allocation. In fact, China has done a relatively early research work in the development of smart electricity, but it has not formally put forward the concept of smart electricity. At present, China has begun to establish a strong smart power nationwide and implement the 10-year smart power blueprint plan. The State Power Corporation of China has allocated 4trillion yuan (585.6 billion US dollars) for the project, and the funds will be widely invested in various projects, such as renewable energy storage technology, power transmission monitoring system and smart substation. Other technologies, such as electric vehicle charging, automatic power distribution, smart meters and power consumption information systems, will also be funded. It is expected that the project will be basically completed in 2020. At that time, under the condition of ensuring power supply and promoting energy conservation, power transmission will lead China into the digital era

at the beginning of this year, China National Power Corporation held a 2010 work conference, planning to invest 227.4 billion yuan (US $33.6 billion) in power construction in 2010, with smart power as the focus of investment. According to the goal outlined by the State Grid, by 2020, after the completion of strong smart power, a strong power structure will be formed, with ultra-high voltage synchronous power in North China, East China and central China as the receiving end and northeast and northwest power as the transmission end, connecting major coal, hydropower, nuclear power and renewable energy power generation bases across the country. For China, building smart power can realize national power allocation, so as to send clean energy to places where electricity is needed, realize the real-time allocation of power supply and demand, and promote the development of clean energy

of course, with the increasingly serious environmental pressure, the future Asian smart electricity market should be more flexible in the face of huge investment, technical problems and new energy strategies. Pike research, a market analysis company, predicts that in the next few years, the development of power distribution and transmission automation has the most potential, while substation automation and renewable energy management systems also have profit potential. At the same time, the design of the main machine and auxiliary equipment of nanoma experimental machine draws lessons from the advanced technology of Shimadzu, Japan. Rkets is also full of confidence in the future development of the Asian smart electricity market, and firmly believes that suppliers in the Asian smart electricity market have unlimited potential in terms of smart electricity technology, systems and software. Wang Lin

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