To date the vast majority of the world's smart grid investments have been confined to developed economies in Western Europe, Asia and North America, but that might soon begin to change, a report finds. According to Research and Markets, while the developed world is home to more than 95% of installed smart meters, favorable regulatory and market conditions in 35 surveyed emerging markets in Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, Central Europe and Southeast Asia will contribute to a surge in smart grid spending over the next decade.

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