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Australia Distribution Transformers Market, By Insulation Type, By Power Rating By Mounting, By Phase By Region, Competition, Forecast & Opportunities, 2026
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|Australia Distribution Transformers Market, By Insulation Type, By Power Rating By Mounting, By Phase By Region, Competition, Forecast & Opportunities, 2026|
|Published: April 28, 2021||Content info: 82 Pages||
Australia Distribution Transformers Market, By Insulation Type (Dry and Oil-Filled), By Power Rating (Up to 650 kVA, 651-2500kVA and Above 2500kVA) By Mounting (Pad-Mounted, Pole-Mounted and Underground Vault), By Phase (Single Phase and 3 Phase) By Region, Competition, Forecast & Opportunities, 2026.
Australia distribution transformers market stood at USD465.51 million in 2020 and is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 5.02% by 2026 due to increasing demand for the establishment of various networks using renewable energy sources all over the country. This growth is on account of the uninterrupted power in industrial and commercial sectors, rebuilding, and modernization of aging power infrastructure, establishing networks with renewable energy, increasing focus on clean energy sources, smart grid integration projects, government initiatives and schemes for renewable sources in the forthcoming years.
Australia distribution transformers market can be bifurcated into insulation type, power rating, mounting, phase and region. On the basis of insulation type, the market can be divided as Dry and Oil-Filled, where the Oil-Filled segment had a market share of 70% in 2020 due to its insulation and high dielectric strength. In terms of power rating, the market is segmented into Upto 650 kVA, 651-2500 kVA and Above 2500 kVA where the market share of the Upto 650 kVA power rating segment was 42.13% in 2020 due to its better efficiency at lower voltage loads. In terms of mounting, the market is segmented into Pad-Mounted, Pole-Mounted and Underground Vault where the market share of the Pad-Mounted segment was 52.41% in 2020 due to its flexible design as per the customer requirements.
The distribution transformers market on the basis of phase can diverge into 3 Phase and Single Phase. The 3 Phase segment had a market share of 67.83% in 2020 which in turn is expected to enhance the market growth over the forecast period due to its ease in installation and more power requirements.
Some of the major players operating in the Australia distribution transformers market are Tyree Industries Pty. Ltd., Wilson Transformer Company Pty Ltd., ABB Ltd, General Electric Company, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., Siemens AG, Schneider Electric SE, ETEL Transformers Pty Ltd., CG Power and Industrial Solutions Limited, Eaton Corporation plc, Legrand SA, among others. The companies operating in the market are focusing on performance enhancement, manufacturing using raw materials and expansion of sources to increase their shares in the market.
The largest contributor to the Australia distribution transformers market was the Australian Capital Territory & New South Wales region with a market share of 30.86% in 2020. The growth of this region is due to its increasing urbanization and technological advancements with the new raw material manufacturers in the region.
Years considered for this report:
Historical Years: 2016-2019
Base Year: 2020
Estimated Year: 2021
Forecast Period: 2022-2026
Objective of the Study:
TechSci Research performed primary as well as exhaustive secondary research for this study. Initially, TechSci Research sourced a list of distribution transformer manufacturers and suppliers in Australia. Subsequently, TechSci Research conducted primary research surveys with the identified companies. While interviewing, the respondents were also enquired about their competitors. Through this technique, TechSci Research was able to include manufacturers that could not be identified due to the limitations of secondary research. TechSci Research analyzed product offerings, end users, and regional presence of all major distribution transformer manufacturers across the country.
TechSci Research calculated Australia distribution transformers market size by using a bottom-up approach, wherein manufacturers' value sales data for different types was recorded as well as forecast for the future years. TechSci Research sourced these values from industry experts and company representatives, and these were externally validated by analyzing historical data of distribution transformers market to arrive at the overall market size. Various secondary sources such as company websites, company annual reports, press releases, white papers, investor presentations and financial reports were also studied by TechSci Research.
Key Target Audience:
The study is useful in providing answers to several critical questions that are important for industry stakeholders, such as distribution transformer manufacturers, distributors, dealers, and policy makers. The study would also help them in identifying which market segments should be targeted over the coming years in order to strategize investments and capitalize on the growth of the market.
In this report, Australia distribution transformers market has been segmented into the following categories, in addition to the industry trends which have also been detailed below:
Upto 650 kVA
Above 2500 kVA
Australia Capital Territory & New South Wales
Northern Territory & Southern Australia
Western Australia & Victoria
Company Profiles: Detailed analysis of the major companies operating in the Australia distribution transformer market.
Voice of Customer: Factors considered while selecting supplier, product usage and brand awareness, challenges/issues faced post purchase and unmet needs are the major factors affecting decisions related to Australia distribution transformers market for numerous users.
With the given market data, TechSci Research offers customizations according to a company's specific needs. The following customization options are available for the report: