Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS) is a metal enclosed switchgear that consists of components such as circuit breakers and disconnectors. Market Research Future (MRFR) has published a research report about the global gas insulated switchgear market that foretells advancement for this market at 8.77% CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) during the forecast period between 2016 and 2023.
Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS) is an essential equipment in electrical substation. It is a metal enclosed switchgear, consisting of components such as circuit breakers and disconnectors. It is generally used in places where space is limited. For instance, GIS is installed on the extensions in areas such as roof, offshore platforms, industrial plants, and hydro power plants, among others. Growing power consumption globally across the developed countries is also a major driver for the growth of global gas insulated switchgears market.
The key factors driving the global gas insulated switchgear market growth include a significant increase in electric power consumption and demand for electricity due to numerous electrification projects in several developing countries. Another factor contributing to market growth is the growing power consumption rate across developed countries.
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Global Gas Insulated Switchgear Market Segments Analysis:
The global gas insulated switchgear market has been segmented on the basis of the end users, installation, voltage, and lastly, region.
Based on end-users, this market has been segmented into infrastructure & transportation, transmission & distribution, and manufacturing.
The installation-based segmentation segments the market into indoor installation and outdoor installation.
Regarding voltage, the market has been segmented into up to 36 Kilo Volt (kV) and above 36 kV.
- ABB (Switzerland),
- CG Power (India),
- Fuji Electric (Japan),
- General Electric (USA),
- Hyosung (China),
- Larsen &Toubro (India),
- Mitsubishi Electric (Japan),
- Nisin Electric (Japan),
- Siemens (Germany), and
- Toshiba (Japan).
Global Gas Insulated Switchgear Market Regional Outlook:
The regional segmentation of the global gas insulated switchgear market can segment the market into the regional markets namely North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South America, and the Middle East & Africa (MEA).
Asia Pacific region is the biggest regional market because countries like China, India, and Japan are investing in their grid expansion projects in order to increase distribution grid reliability. In these countries, the demand for electricity is growing due to industrialization and infrastructural developments. China, India, and Indonesia are also investing heavily in their hydroelectric power projects, leading to growing investments in transmission & distribution sector by connecting renewable energy generation to the grid.
North America is another crucial regional market due to technological advancement and the presence of many key market players. The maximum-revenue generating country-specific markets in this region are the USA, Canada, and Mexico.
Europe is another significant regional market primarily due to the vibrant automotive industry, the presence of many key market players, and the technological advancement that is second only to North America. The vital country-specific markets in this region are France, Germany, Italy, Russia, and the UK, followed by remaining countries of Europe.
South America is a smaller market because the availability of advanced technology is limited in this region. The key country, specific markets in this region are Argentina and Brazil, followed by the remaining countries of South America. In the MEA region, the market is limited due to poor countries, lack of awareness, lack of education, lack of skilled labor, and lack of technological advancement. The main country-specific markets in this region are Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and UAE, followed by the remaining countries of the MEA region.
Latest Industry News
- Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has developed two technologies for gas-insulated switchgear. One is an arc-cooling technology that has reduced the interruption of electrical current in sulfur-fluoride (SF6) gas-insulated switchgear used in high-voltage power systems by 25%. The high-density dielectric coating technology improves insulation performance by 30% in high-voltage conductors. 4 FEB 2019
- Kanohar Electricals has commenced Uttarakhand’s first 220/ 33Kv Gas Insulated Substation in their electrical transmission network in Dehradun. 14 FEB 2019
Table Of Contents
1 Executive Summary
2 Market Introduction
2.1 Market Definition
2.2 Scope Of The Study
2.3 Market Structure
3 Research Methodology
3.1 Primary Research
3.2 Secondary Research
3.3 Market Size Estimation
3.4 Forecast Model
3.5 List Of Assumptions
3.6 Limitations Of The Study
4 Market Insights
List of Tables
Table 1 Global Gas Insulated Switchgear Market, By Installation, 2016-2023 (USD Million)
Table 2 North America Gas Insulated Switchgear Market, By Installation, 2016-2023 (USD Million)
Table 3 Europe Gas Insulated Switchgear Market, By Installation, 2016-2023 (USD Million)
Table 4 Asia-Pacific Gas Insulated Switchgear Market, By Installation, 2016-2023 (USD Million)
Table 5 Middle East & Africa Gas Insulated Switchgear Market, By Installation, 2016-2023 (USD Million)
List Of Figures
Figure 1 Research Process Of MRFR
Figure 2 Top Down & Bottom Up Approach
Figure 3 Market Dynamics
Figure 4 Impact Analysis: Market Drivers
Figure 5 Impact Analysis: Market Restraints
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