Eutilia launches Market Research Service for utility procurement
Good market research is invaluable. But too often, expensive, generalist reports are too broad and vague to be value for money. And poor research can be positively dangerous.
As the knowledge exchange of the European utility industries, Eutilia, has moved to address these problems by commissioning leading market research firm Frost & Sullivan to prepare a series of specialist reports on various aspects of utility procurement. Each planned report concentrates on a subject requested by industry buying professionals.
All market research will give data on market size, market forecasts up to 2010, prices and their likely evolution and rank suppliers in each product segment. Information on product innovation trends and market drivers and restraints will also be included. The reader will also find a "bullet-point" conclusion delivering a snapshot of each specific market, for a quick understanding of the mechanisms, trends and issues that characterise this market.
The first two reports in the series have just been released. The report “The European Transformers Market" and “The European Market for Medium Voltage Underground Cables (10-36kV)” are available for immediate delivery.
The titles planned for the rest of year are:
The European Low Voltage Power Cables Market
The European Switches and Switchgear Market
The European Electricity Meters Market
The European Power Plants Maintenance and Repair Market
The European High Voltage Power Cables Market
The European Market for Decommissioning and Dismantling of Nuclear Power Plants
The European Circuit Breakers Market
The European Insulators and Surge Arresters Market
The European Overhead Power Lines Market
The European Distribution Boards Market
The reports are available for the price of 2500 Euros per title. If more then 6 titles are purchased interesting discounts will be applied.
For more information and an order form for this indispensable market research for your industry, visit http://www.eutilia.com/
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