European data center generator market
Europe Data Center Generator Market is expected to grow from US$1,214.01 million in 2021 to US$1,881.48 million by 2028. It is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.5% by 2021 to 2028.
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Business Market Insights provides you with regional research analysis on “European Data Center Generator Market” and forecast to 2028. The research report provides in-depth insights into regional market revenue, parent market trends , macroeconomic indicators and driving factors, as well as the market. attractiveness by market segment. The report provides an insight into the growth rate of the Europe Data Center Generator market over the forecast period, i.e., 2022-2028.
The power supply to every large data center begins with a link to the main network, provided by a local utility provider. Data centers are often connected to at least one backup diesel or gas generator to ensure smooth operation even in the event of a large-scale power outage. Medium voltage electricity is provided by the local power company and backup generator. One or more transformers convert medium voltage electricity to low voltage for use in the data center. Main distribution boards (MDBs) – which are panels or enclosures that house fuses, circuit breakers and ground fault protection units – take low voltage electricity and distribute it to multiple end points such as uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) or load banks. When a power outage is detected, the MDBs also handle incoming power from the main grid and can start the backup generator. Most data centers keep enough fuel to run the generator for 24-48 hours. To safeguard sensitive data, data centers require reliable backup power.
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Top Key Players Covered in this report:
• ABB Ltd.
• Atlas Copco AB
• Caterpillar Inc.
• Cummins Inc.
• DEUTZ AG
• GENERAC ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS INC.
• HITEC POWER PROTECTION
• Kohler Co.
•Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Data center outages can lead to significant access issues, resulting in significant lost revenue for businesses. Outages can potentially damage critical equipment, compromising the ability to resume normal operations. To avoid these costly and damaging downtimes and increase efficiency, immediate uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems with backup power, power switching control, and generator synchronization management are required. Gas turbines, power modules and hybrid modules that combine gas with renewable energy and energy storage technologies are used in modular and containerized backup power systems to meet stable power needs rescue. These systems are simple and provide enough backup power to maintain data center operations during the main power outage. Thus, the availability of various generator systems and the growing need for data centers is propelling the growth of the data center generator market.
The study performs a SWOT analysis to assess the strengths and weaknesses of the key players in the Europe Data Center Generator market. Additionally, the report conducts an in-depth examination of the drivers and restraints operating in the market. The report also assesses the trends observed in the parent market, along with macroeconomic indicators, dominant factors, and market attractiveness with respect to the various segments. The report predicts the influence of different aspects of the industry on the segments and regions of the Europe Data Center Generator market.
The European data center generator market is segmented into product type, capacity, tire and country. Based on product type, the market is segmented into diesel, natural gas, and dual fuel. In 2020, the diesel segment held the largest market share. On the basis of capacity, the European data center generator market is segmented into less than 1 MW, 1-2 MW and more than 2 MW. In 2020, the sub-1MW segment held the largest market share and is expected to register the highest CAGR in the market during the forecast period. Based on tires, the market is segmented into Tier 1 and Tier 2, Tier 3 and Tier 4. In 2020, Tier 3 segment held the largest market share. Based on countries, the European data center generator market is segmented into France, Germany, Italy, UK, Russia and Rest of Europe. In 2020, Germany held the largest market share.
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