The goal of the study is to develop an improved understanding of the digital technologies market across the full energy value chain (generation, transmission, distribution & consumption) in Europe.
Specifically, the study aims to understand the value chain and supply chain associated with specific of digital technologies that are applicable to various specific use cases. The digital technologies addressed within this study can cover hardware and software technologies.
In understanding the value chain and supply chain of digital technologies, the study aims to determine the market size, market competition, market players involved, and R&D I investment in the full supply chain. To be specific about how the digital technology is utilised, the study will build on existing use cases developed by the previous EC study on the “Assessment and roadmap for the digital transformation of the energy sector towards an innovative internal energy market.”
The outcomes of the study will allow the European Commission to develop an improved understanding of the market size and maturity of various digital technologies and how they relate to the use cases. These insights will enable them to prioritise where future research and studies can deliver maximum value.
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“The study is carried out for the European Commission and expresses the opinion of the organisation having undertaken them. To this end, it does not reflect the views of the European Commission, TSOs, project promoters and other stakeholders involved. The European Commission does not guarantee the accuracy of the information given in the study, nor does it accept responsibility for any use made thereof.”