Global Generators Database, 2021

Global Generators Database, 2021

Increased Focus on Digitalization to Gain a Competitive Edge and to Benchmark Future Growth Potential

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12-Jan-2022
REGION
North America
Research Code: K6C5-01-00-00-00
SKU: EG02208-NA-MT_26172
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The global generator database monitors and forecasts growth opportunities and analyzes the growth outlook for applications and end-user segments. Revenue and unit forecasts in key performance areas, regions to consider for future investment, and growth strategies that will get companies ahead of the competition are also covered.

The database covers historical data from 2015 and forecasts for 2022 through to 2030, and revenues and unit shipment for natural gas generators and diesel generators. Market metrics are provided for North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa and the Middle East, and for key countries by region. Revenue and units are tracked and forecast by power range: <30kw, 30–60kw, 60–150kw, 150–300kw, 300–500kw, 500–1000kw, and 1000–3000kw. End-user segments monitored include residential, data centers, healthcare, oil & gas, office building, public, utilities, other commercial, and other industrial generators. Revenue is forecast by application, including peak shaving, prime power, and stand by.

The study covers the global generator market from four basic angles:
• Revenue generation and unit shipment
• Fuel
• Key end-user segment
• Additional analysis by application

This research follows a rigorous research methodology, including:
• Aligned data sets from a variety of sources: in-house Frost & Sullivan data, published reports, additional data, such as government information, trade journals, and publications
• Historical and macro views of each region's generator revenue and unit shipment by fuel from 2015 to 2021
• Forecasts (2022–2030) based on internal market modeling, a combination of Frost & Sullivan's bottom-up approach and top-down evaluation

The combination of secondary and primary approaches covers interviews with the maximum number of stakeholders (OEMs, distributors) possible, ensures high accuracy of the quantitative analysis, and the systematic cross-checking revalidates market numbers while weeding out misinformation.

Key questions this study will answer:
• Which regions and countries have the highest revenue and which have the highest growth potential?
• Which end users already have a high proportion of the market? Which are most ready for expansion?
• How will the structure of the market change with time?

Author: Lucrecia Gomez

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Global Generators Database Forecast to 2030

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The global generator database monitors and forecasts growth opportunities and analyzes the growth outlook for applications and end-user segments. Revenue and unit forecasts in key performance areas, regions to consider for future investment, and growth strategies that will get companies ahead of the competition are also covered. The database covers historical data from 2015 and forecasts for 2022 through to 2030, and revenues and unit shipment for natural gas generators and diesel generators. Market metrics are provided for North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa and the Middle East, and for key countries by region. Revenue and units are tracked and forecast by power range: <30kw, 30–60kw, 60–150kw, 150–300kw, 300–500kw, 500–1000kw, and 1000–3000kw. End-user segments monitored include residential, data centers, healthcare, oil & gas, office building, public, utilities, other commercial, and other industrial generators. Revenue is forecast by application, including peak shaving, prime power, and stand by. The study covers the global generator market from four basic angles: • Revenue generation and unit shipment • Fuel • Key end-user segment • Additional analysis by application This research follows a rigorous research methodology, including: • Aligned data sets from a variety of sources: in-house Frost & Sullivan data, published reports, additional data, such as government information, trade journals, and publications • Historical and macro views of each region's generator revenue and unit shipment by fuel from 2015 to 2021 • Forecasts (2022–2030) based on internal market modeling, a combination of Frost & Sullivan's bottom-up approach and top-down evaluation The combination of secondary and primary approaches covers interviews with the maximum number of stakeholders (OEMs, distributors) possible, ensures high accuracy of the quantitative analysis, and the systematic cross-checking revalidates market numbers while weeding out misinformation. Key questions this study will answer: • Which regions and countries have the highest revenue and which have the highest growth potential • Which end users already have a high proportion of the market Which are most ready for expansion • How will the structure of the market change with time Author: Lucrecia Gomez
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Author Lucrecia Gomez
Industries Energy
WIP Number K6C5-01-00-00-00
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GPS Codes 9AFF-A4,9B00-A4,9851