California Distribution Transformers Market, 2019-2027: Drivers Include Regulations & Increase in Demand for Reliable Power Delivery Systems - ResearchAndMarkets.com
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The “California Distribution Transformers Market Outlook and Projections, 2019-2027” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
Over the past few years, there have been considerable amount of investments by the US, in order to expand, replace, and upgrade the existing T&D infrastructure across few states in the country, namely California, Florida, Texas, New York, and Washington. This can be primarily attributed to aging and inadequate T&D infrastructure. In addition, certain other factors such as increasing demand for reliable power delivery systems, regulations, and focus on renewable energy production are also anticipated to drive the investments pertaining to T&D infrastructure of the country.
Recently, the power industry in California has witnessed two major transformations, one is due to the shift from conventional sources of energy to the renewable resources and the second is due to a shift from highly centralized power system to a decentralized system. The centralized system was mainly concerned with large remote generating plants, whereas the decentralized system involved technological advances and customer adoption pertaining to distributed energy resources (DERs).
The US has some of the major global distribution transformer manufacturers. There are more than 100 manufacturers and importers of distribution transformers operating in the US. Out of these, only the major manufacturers such as ABB, General Electric, Eaton, and a few others represent more than 50% of the dry-type and liquid-immersed transformer market. Some of the major manufacturers for the liquid-immersed transformers in the US are ABB, Cooper Power Systems, ERMCO, and General Electric. On the other hand, major manufacturers for dry-type transformers include ABB, Acme Electric Corporation (Hubbell), and Eaton. These companies account for more than half of the total revenue generated via sales for both the type of transformers across different states.
The US Department of Energy (DOE) is an authority responsible for energy conservation standards for distribution transformers for all of the US states. Some of the major authorities in the country to oversee T&D infrastructure in some states include California ISO (CAISO), Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), ISO New England (ISO-NE), Midcontinent ISO (MISO), and New York ISO (NYISO).
Installation of more efficient and reliable transformers in the US is expected to aid in generation of large energy in tandem with some monetary savings. Additionally, adoption of more advanced and efficient technology pertaining to different operational characteristics of the transformers is also anticipated to result in the generation of more power.
Key Topics Covered:
1.1. Market Definition
1.2. Product Overview
1.3. Market Segmentation
2. Assumptions and Acronyms
3. Research Methodology
4. Executive Summary - California Distribution Transformer Market
5. Market Dynamics
6. California Distribution Transformer Market-Risk Analysis
6.1. Demand & Supply Risk Analysis
7. California Distribution Transformer Market Outlook
7.1. Market Size and Forecast, 2018-2027F
7.1.1. By Value (USD Million) & By Volume (Units)
7.2. Market Share and Forecast, By Insulation Type, 2018-2027F
7.2.1. California Distribution Transformers Market Size, By Insulation Type (2018-2027F)
7.2.2. California Distribution Transformers Market Size, By Insulation Type (2018-2027F)
7.3. Market Share and Forecast, By Mounting, 2018-2027F
7.3.1. California Distribution Transformers Market Size, By Mounting (2018-2027F)
7.3.2. California Distribution Transformers Market Size, By Mounting (2018-2027F)
7.4. Market Share and Forecast, By Phase, 2018-2027F
7.4.1. California Distribution Transformers Market Size, By Phase (2018-2027F)
7.4.2. California Distribution Transformers Market Size, By Phase (2018-2027F)
7.5. Market Share and Forecast, By Installation, 2018-2027F
7.5.1. California Distribution Transformers Market Size, By Installation (2018-2027F)
7.5.2. California Distribution Transformers Market Size, By Installation (2018-2027F)
7.6. Market Share and Forecast, By Power Rating, 2018-2027F
7.6.1. California Distribution Transformers Market Size, By Power Rating (2018-2027F)
7.6.2. California Distribution Transformers Market Size, By Power Rating (2018-2027F)
7.7. Market Share and Forecast, By End-use, 2018-2027F
7.7.1. California Distribution Transformers Market Size, By End-use (2018-2027F)
7.7.2. California Distribution Transformers Market Size, By End-use (2018-2027F)
8. Competitive Landscape
8.1. Company Profiles
8.1.2. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
8.1.3. General Electric
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