DUBLIN, September 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "The Global Market for Towers and Poles 2016 (4th Edition)" report to their offering.
Comprehensive quantitative data and qualitative analysis about the towers, poles and street lighting markets, with market commentary and competitive analysis.
- Base year 2015 and forecasts of the installed base and demand from 2016 to 2020.
- Global analysis, the world, regions and for 124 countries.
The 4th edition has three major new features for this $36 billion market:
- The March of the Monopoles - long established in the US, EHV monopoles are breaking into new markets with innovative new designs, replacing lattice towers.
- Street lighting is included for the first time, a vigorous market driven by the conversion to high efficiency LEDs, a growing market for steel, concrete and composite poles.
- The composite poles industry, market development and production technology are analysed, with profiles of the main producers.
TRANSMISSION LATTICE TOWERS AND MONOPOLES
- Lattice Transmission Towers and Monopoles
- Long term demand cycle
- Monopoles and Lattice Towers
- Tower and Monopole vendors, production capacity and market shares
- Evolution of the Transmission Networks
- Types of Lattice Tower
- Service life and maintenance of Towers and Monopoles
- The value chain - from materials to capex
UTILITY POLES - WOOD, CONCRETE, STEEL, COMPOSITE
- Utility Poles - Electricity, Telegraph, Street Lights
- Utility Poles service life and replacement
- Joint use of Utility Poles
- National market commentary for Utility Poles
- Types and materials for of Utility Poles and applications
- Composite Poles and materials
- Circuits, phases and conductors
- ROW - Rights of Way
- Utility Pole and Street Light vendors
- Dangers & mitigation of damage to Poles by birds.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Installed Base of Electricity Transmisson Towers & Monopoles
2. Electricity Transmission Towers Market
3. Long Term Demand Cycles for Electricity Towers And Monopoles
4. Monopoles Vs. Lattice Towers
5. Types of Tower Or Pylons
6. Transmission Towers Design
7. Utility Poles
8. Installed Base of Poles By Country And Material
9. Growth of the Pole Population
10. Demand for Poles
11. Demand for Poles By Value
12. Composite Poles
13. the Value Chain - from Materials to Capex
14. National Markets for Poles
15. Material Composition of Poles And Service Life
16. Pole Span
17. Types of Poles
18. Space Allocation On Joint Use Utility Poles
19. Service Life And Maintenance of Steel Lattice Towers And Monopoles
20. Service Life And Maintenance of Poles
21. Manufacturers of Lattice Towers And Poles
22. Manufacturers of Distribution Poles
23. Circuit Phases And Conductors
24. Competitions for Tower Design
25. Rights of Way`
26. Danger to And from Birds
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