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Medium Voltage Switchgear Market Size By Voltage, By Component, By Installation, By Insulation, By Enclosure, By End-Use, By Application Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Application Potential, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2019 - 2025
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|Medium Voltage Switchgear Market Size By Voltage, By Component, By Installation, By Insulation, By Enclosure, By End-Use, By Application Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Application Potential, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2019 - 2025|
|Published: February 8, 2019||Content info: 1400 Pages||
Medium Voltage (MV) Switchgear Market in 2018, exceeded an annual installation of 7,000 thousand units and is projected to surpass USD 50,000 million by 2025. Ongoing fund allocation with an aim to escalate the overall economic growth supported by FDI schemes to favor industrial & commercial establishments will positively influence the demand for primary & secondary power distribution network. Moreover, ongoing digitalization across large-scale commercial electric networks in line with rising energy demand from data centers & communication base stations will positively influence the industry landscape.
Aesthetic proximity, diverse applicability and product versatility are key factors favouring the demand for protection devices which include disconnectors, switches and circuit breaker. Utilities and large-scale industrial establishments install high voltage electrical lines which require efficient electrical components to avoid surplus current interruptions which in turn will foster the product demand. In addition, stringent energy efficiency mandates favoured by expansion of grid integrated sustainable energy networks will further augment the MV switchgear market.
Metal enclosed medium voltage (MV) switchgear market is predicted to witness an annual installation of over 5,000 thousand units by 2025. Easy replacement, unique design & construction, safe & reliable operations and proper interlocking arrangement between various components are the few indispensable parameters nurturing the product demand. Furthermore, rising concerns to reduce electricity supply faults, fire hazards and short circuits and have further strengthened the business outlook.
Vacuum insulated MV switchgear market in the current scenario, holds the majority share on account of higher consumer reliability and less competence from alternate insulation technologies. These products have gained impetus owing to their anti-leakage configurations, reliable & safe operations and optimum lifetime cost. Although, these products involve higher initial costs in comparison to other manufactured insulation technologies however, consumer inclination & utility preference has favoured its deployment owing to lower maintenance costs and longer lifecycle.
In the recent years, switchgears owing to their diverse voltage ratings and varied applicability across transformer substations and power stations have gained significance, amplifying the global medium voltage switchgear market share. Furthermore, increasing electricity demand coupled with strict regulations to form an energy effective environment have integrated a favourable industrial scenario. Rising inclination towards ensuring and conserving uninterrupted electricity supply, power stations have shifted their inclination towards smart & advanced technologies which in turn will further sway the industry landscape.
Rising demand for refurbishment & retrofitting of traditional electrical infrastructure along with growing investments toward the enhancement of operational and technological prospects will stimulate the medium voltage switchgear market across North America. In addition, reliability, longevity, economical costs coupled with operational flexibility are few of the significant features energizing the business dynamics.
Eminent MV switchgear market participants include: GE, ABB, Siemens, Schneider, Mitsubishi, Crompton Greaves, Ormazabal, Chint Group, BHEL, Eaton, Hyundai Heavy Industries, Hyosung, Lucy Electric, Toshiba and Powell.