Power and Energy
Global Small Hydropower Market size by installed base was more than 110 GW for 2015 and is predicted to register more than 2.5% growth during the forecast period. Demand for pure and renewable source of energy has resulted in growth of the industry. The reason being that hydropower is purest form of renewable energy and does not pollute the environment by emitting hazardous pollutants like carbon dioxide. Also, small hydropower needs less reservoirs and construction activity it has negligible impact on environment. Further, the industry is rapidly growing owing to favourable government policies and government subsidies, tax benefits & incentives.
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In 2003, Voith Siemens won a $45 million engineering & procurement deal to deploy three small-scale hydropower units with overall deployment capacity of 60MW for Mexican firm comex hidro. These power plants were developed on the reservoirs to control floods and provide irrigation in Mexico.
Statkraft penetrated Indian hydropower industry in 2004 and was a first overseas firm to make investment in hydropower sector in India. It is involved in two big hydropower projects in India amounting to total 300 MW. The firm is further exploring new investment avenues within hydropower sector by partnering with Tata Power which is India’s biggest integrated power firm. Together the two firms have a license for new plant “Dugar” amounting to greater than 400MW in Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.
Global small hydropower market is segmented into key geographical regions including North America, APAC, Europe, Latin America and MEA.
APAC led the global industry with higher than 80GW deployed capacity for 2014 with Japan, India and China being key contributors for small hydropower installation. Rising demand for off grid power supply, high hydropower capacity and tax benefits were few of the drivers for sall hydropower installations in the region.
Europe was the second biggest small hydropower market in 2014. Italy led the regional industry with total installation of more than 3.1GW owing to its structured policies and high investments for industry growth.
North America small hydropower market is predicted to register CAGR of more than 2.5% during the forecast period. The region was third largest in terms of industry share in 2014. Canada and USA were dominant nations with many key small hydropower installations.
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MEA small hydropower market is predicted to experience substantial expansion in future owing to rise in demand for electricity and renewable energy across nations like Egypt, Kenya and Nigeria in the region.
Key industry players profiled in the report include:
- Lanco Group
- Andritz Hydro
- Agder Energi AS
- SIEMENS AG
- BC Hydro
- Ontario Power Generation Incorporation
- Fortum Oyj
- ANDRITZ HYDRO GmbH
- Voith GmbH
- 24H – Hydro Power Limited
- Derwent Hydroelectric Power Limited
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Increasing demand for integrated and built-in monitoring systems is expected to drive the power transformers market growth
Global Market Insights Inc. has announced the new study based report on power transformer market. The report forecasts the market size to be worth USD 34.64 billion by 2022. Increasing power consumption, technology advancements in developing countries and favorable government regulations are likely to boost the market growth. The cost of important raw materials like oil, steel, aluminum and copper have been volatile over the years. This fluctuation in the price of raw materials is likely to hamper the growth.
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Power transformers are used to step down and step up the voltage. They are used to connect electrical networks having different range voltages, as they facilitate an exchange of power between these networks. Transformers find wide acceptance in a large array of applications across manifold industries including mining, chemical plants, etc.
Surge in renewable, light weight and environment friendly energy sources is expected to further the global power transformer market. 501 MVA to 800 MVA output power is projected to witness substantial growth over the anticipated period. Increasing demand for electricity in emerging economies including India, Russia, China, and Brazil is poised to fuel global market.
Moreover, rapid economic growth, and the need for reliable and uninterrupted power supply is projected to observe healthy growth rate in the near future.
100 MVA to 500 MVA output power leads dominated the product segment of the market is anticipated to exhibit growth during the estimated period owing to varied usage in distribution and transmission network for step-up and step- down application. 801 MVA to 1200 MVA output power is likely to upsurge at more than 5% over the predicted time frame.
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Asia Pacific power transformer market size is forecast to hit USD 13 billion at a CAGR of 6.6% over the next few years. Europe is projected to reach USD 8 billion by 2022, with gains of 5.6% during the predicted period. European nations have adopted various initiatives for deploying green transformer and this is expected to positively influence the demand growth. North America region is forecast to witness surge at prominent growth rate due to growing industrialization and modernization.
The report features the landscape of fairly competitive global power transformer market with company profiles, key strategies and trends listed in the report. Top 6 key players include Alstom, ABB Ltd, Toshiba Corp, Siemens Energy, Crompton Greaves and GE. Green transformers featuring low noise levels, losses and online monitoring system are likely to open new avenues in the market.
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