Market Research Report
Asia-Pacific Switchgear Market, Forecast to 2025
|Published by||Frost & Sullivan||Product code||820536|
|Published||Content info||109 Pages
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|Asia-Pacific Switchgear Market, Forecast to 2025|
|Published: March 26, 2019||Content info: 109 Pages||
Southeast Asia is Likely to Contribute to 50% of the Total Switchgear Sales by 2030 in APAC
The APAC switchgear market will continue to grow at a steady CAGR of 2.9% from 2018 to 2025. The growth is attributed to the increasing power demand and grid connectivity across APAC. Moreover, the market will also be driven by retrofit of ageing equipment, especially for MV and HV switchgears.
Nonetheless, the growth opportunities vary across regions in APAC. Southeast Asia will remain as the fastest growing region during the forecast period, and this growth will be attributed by its rapid development in grids and construction. Although East Asia is the largest market segment, it is expected to account a low CAGR of below 2%. This trend is similar to that in ANZ, where the growth is relatively lower in the mature markets. Among the 6 nations in Southeast Asia, the top 3 countries include Malaysia, Vietnam, and Indonesia, which together held a share of 58.1% in 2018; these countries will continue to maintain their dominance during the forecast period as well. In East Asia, Japan leads the market in terms of market size, but Taiwan is expected to witness better growth rates, especially in the HV segment. In ANZ, segments with better growth opportunities will be from LV and MV switchgears in New Zealand. Across all regions, utilities are the main customers over commercial and residential and industrial end users. In terms of voltage class, LV switchgears will be the fastest growing segment when compared with MV and HV switchgears.
Identified key growth opportunities include eco-friendly gas for switchgears, M&As, and smart devices and data analytics. With the rise in environmental concerns among end users, manufacturers are working on developing alternate, more eco-friendly insulation and arc extinguishing medium. Competition will continue to be stiff and therefore companies in the transmission and distribution markets are expanding business footprint through M&As. New opportunities also exist in customer engagement and edge intelligence applications. Data gathered can be used to make near-real-time decision and help utilities in making the grid more resilient and reliable.
This research service also looks into competitive analysis and landscape and other key trends in the market. The base year is 2018 with forecast up to 2025.