The global electricity metering market currently represents $13.7 billion in annual investment, split between legacy metering, one-way communicating AMR meters, two-way communicating AMI meters, and commercial and industrial meters.
Driven by growth in the AMI segment, annual investment in electricity metering will grow to $28.5 billion by 2026. This dataset of over 48,000 data points covers 125 individual countries that comprise more than 98% of the global market. It projects the evolution of this market country-by-country with concrete quantitative data.
This dataset was compiled from primary sources. Primary sources from each of the 125 countries were compiled in order to build a bottom-up analysis of the global market. This ensures that the data is not a top-down estimate, compiled on a regional or global basis, but rather a country-by-country and segment-by-segment analysis that provides a detailed and exhaustive picture of the global market.
Data Split by Segment:
- The data is broken down into three primary segments, including 18 total lines of data for each country: - Residential AMI meters, further split between RF, PLC, and cellular communications; - Residential legacy meters; - Commercial and industrial meters; - For select countries, data on AMR meters is also provided.
The dataset is compiled in Excel, allowing for easy data manipulation and customization by clients. An executive summary 52-slide PowerPoint presentation is also included as part of the research package.