The energy and utilities sector is undergoing a digital transformation with the emergence of smart grid technologies, distributed energy resources, and real-time monitoring and control systems. There is a growing need for advanced connectivity solutions to support these new technologies and applications that can provide high-speed, low-latency communication and support massive machine-to-machine (M2M) communications. This is where 5G and CBRS private/public networks come in, offering the potential to revolutionize how energy and utility companies operate and deliver services.
5G and CBRS private/public networks for smart energy and utilities have the potential to enable a range of use cases, such as real-time monitoring and control of power distribution, predictive maintenance of assets, and enhanced customer engagement through smart metering and energy management systems. In addition, by providing high-speed, low-latency connectivity and the ability to support massive M2M communications, these networks can help energy and utility companies to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and enhance service quality.
However, there are challenges and barriers to deploying 5G and CBRS private/public networks in the energy and utilities sector, such as regulatory and spectrum issues, integration with legacy systems, and cybersecurity concerns. This research report will explore the opportunities and challenges of 5G and CBRS private/public networks for smart energy and utilities, and provide insights into the key technologies, use cases, ecosystem players, and regulatory considerations involved. We will also examine the global and regional trends and insights on 5G and CBRS private/public networks for smart energy and utilities and provide recommendations for stakeholders on how to best prepare for the future.
Key questions answered in this report:
Below are some key questions covered in this research report:
- What are the key features and benefits of 5G and CBRS networks for the energy and utilities sector?
- What are the challenges facing the energy and utilities sector that can be addressed with 5G and CBRS networks?
- What are the potential use cases for 5G and CBRS networks in the energy and utilities sector, and how can they improve operations and efficiency?
- What are the benefits and challenges of deploying 5G and CBRS networks in the energy and utilities sector, and how can stakeholders overcome them?
- Who are the key ecosystem players in the deployment of 5G and CBRS networks in the energy and utilities sector, and what are their roles?
- What are the successful case studies and examples of 5G and CBRS deployment in the energy and utilities sector, and what lessons can be learned from them?
- What are the regional challenges and opportunities for 5G and CBRS deployment in the energy and utilities sector?
- What recommendations can be made for stakeholders on preparing for 5G and CBRS deployment in the energy and utilities sector?
Sample Companies covered
Anterix, Centrica Storage Limited (CSL), China Southern Power Grid (CSPG), Crown Castle, EDF, Elektro, Ericsson, ESB Networks, Global Omnium, Infosys, National Grid, New York Power Authority (NYPA), Nokia, Orange, Vodafone, and Wipro
Americas, Europe, Asia, Oceania, Middle-East, and Africa
Operators | Communication Service Providers, Technology Vendors | Energy and Utility companies | System Integrators
Table of Content:
- Overview of the energy and utilities sector
- Challenges and opportunities for digital transformation
II. Technology Enablers
- 5G and CBRS networks: Overview and comparison
- Key features and benefits of 5G and CBRS networks for energy and utilities
- Use of IoT and edge computing in energy and utilities
III. Use Cases
- Real-time monitoring and control of power distribution
- Predictive maintenance of assets
- Smart metering and energy management systems
- Remote workforce and asset management
- Grid edge intelligence and optimization
IV. Benefits and Challenges
- Benefits of 5G and CBRS networks for energy and utilities
- Key challenges and barriers to deployment
- Regulatory and spectrum issues
- Integration with legacy systems
- Cybersecurity concerns
V. Ecosystem Players
- Overview of key stakeholders and their roles
- Profiles of major vendors and solution providers
VI. Global and Regional Insights
- Overview of global and regional trends and developments
- Case studies and examples of successful deployments
- Regional challenges and opportunities
VII. Recommendations and Conclusion
- Recommendations for stakeholders on preparing for 5G and CBRS deployment
- Conclusion and summary of key findings
- Format: PDF File
- Pages: 50 pages
- Author: Hema Kadia
- Last Updated: Sep 2022