Low Voltage Switchgear Growth Opportunities

Low Voltage Switchgear Growth Opportunities

Data Centers, Charging Infrastructure, and Residential Projects as Key Prospects for Vertical Expansion

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In this study, Frost & Sullivan examines the market of low voltage switchgear (LVSG) components that include protection and switching devices such as air circuit breakers (ACB), molded case circuit breakers (MCCB), miniature circuit breakers (MCB), residual current circuit breakers (RCCB), contactors, and other surge protection and control devices used inside the LVSG assembly with ratings below 1 kilovolt (kV). The study does not include the LVSG assembly’s outer panels and structure; it is limited to the components available inside the assembly. Revenue is measured in terms of manufacturer’s earnings from regional demand for LVSG components. This study excludes revenue generated through installation, commission, and value-added services from distributors and panel builders.

In 2022, the global LVSG market registered a slim growth rate of 0.8% due to post-pandemic effects on the economy, such as material shortages, cost inflation, and logistics issues. The slow growth of building construction will continue in 2023, with minimal expansion, and this will adversely affect the LVSG market, which will show modest recovery of above 3% revenue growth from 2024 onward. In 2022, the Asia-Pacific (APAC) LVSG market accounted for 36.7% of the global market revenue. With the second-highest CAGR globally, APAC will remain the largest LVSG market in the world in 2028. The Latin American LVSG market reported market share of 3.6% in 2022. It is the smallest regional market but is on course to have the highest CAGR of 4.6% from 2022 to 2028.

Key growth drivers for LVSGs include the advancement of electricity infrastructure, installation of heat pumps and retrofit of energy-efficient equipment (e.g., HVAC, lighting, and metering systems), adoption of distributed energy and microgrids, and the rise of IoT and digital applications in building systems. Frost & Sullivan has also identified four major growth opportunity areas, which are data centers, electrification, residential heat pumps, and building construction.

Author: Melvin Leong

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Low Voltage Switchgear (LVSG) Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Scope of Analysis

Segmentation by Product

Segmentation by End User

Segmentation by Region

Growth Metrics

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Forecast Assumptions

Revenue Forecast

Revenue Forecast by Product

Revenue Forecast by Region

Revenue Forecast Analysis

Revenue Forecast Analysis (continued)

Revenue Forecast Analysis (continued)

Revenue Forecast and Analysis by End User

Competitive Environment

Competitive Framework

Key Participant Profile—ABB

Key Participant Profile—Eaton

Key Participant Profile—Legrand

Key Participant Profile—Schneider Electric

Key Participant Profile—Siemens

Region Snapshot—Europe

Revenue Forecast by Country—Europe

Revenue Forecast by Product—Germany

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Germany

Revenue Forecast by Product—UK

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—UK

Revenue Forecast by Product—France

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—France

Revenue Forecast by Product—Italy

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Italy

Revenue Forecast by Product—Spain

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Spain

Revenue Forecast by Product—Benelux

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Benelux

Revenue Forecast by Product—The Nordics

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—The Nordics

Region Snapshot—North America

Revenue Forecast by Country—North America

Revenue Forecast by Product—US

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—US

Revenue Forecast by Product—Canada

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Canada

Region Snapshot—APAC

Revenue Forecast by Country—APAC

Revenue Forecast by Product—China

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—China

Revenue Forecast by Product—India

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—India

Revenue Forecast by Product—Japan

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Japan

Revenue Forecast by Product—South Korea

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—South Korea

Revenue Forecast by Product—ANZ

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—ANZ

Revenue Forecast by Product—Southeast Asia

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Southeast Asia

Region Snapshot—MEA

Revenue Forecast by Country—MEA

Revenue Forecast by Product—UAE

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—UAE

Revenue Forecast by Product—Saudi Arabia

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Saudi Arabia

Revenue Forecast by Product—Qatar

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Qatar

Revenue Forecast by Product—South Africa

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—South Africa

Revenue Forecast by Product—Egypt

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Egypt

Revenue Forecast by Product—Nigeria

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Nigeria

Region Snapshot—LATAM

Revenue Forecast by Country—LATAM

Revenue Forecast by Product—Brazil

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Brazil

Revenue Forecast by Product—Mexico

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Mexico

Revenue Forecast by Product—Argentina

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Argentina

Revenue Forecast by Product—Chile

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Chile

Revenue Forecast by Product—Colombia

Revenue Forecast by Supporting Industry—Colombia

Growth Opportunity 1: Data Centers

Growth Opportunity 1: Data Centers (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Electrification

Growth Opportunity 2: Electrification (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Residential Heat Pumps

Growth Opportunity 3: Residential Heat Pumps (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Building Construction

Growth Opportunity 4: Building Construction (continued)

List of Exhibits

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In this study, Frost & Sullivan examines the market of low voltage switchgear (LVSG) components that include protection and switching devices such as air circuit breakers (ACB), molded case circuit breakers (MCCB), miniature circuit breakers (MCB), residual current circuit breakers (RCCB), contactors, and other surge protection and control devices used inside the LVSG assembly with ratings below 1 kilovolt (kV). The study does not include the LVSG assembly s outer panels and structure; it is limited to the components available inside the assembly. Revenue is measured in terms of manufacturer s earnings from regional demand for LVSG components. This study excludes revenue generated through installation, commission, and value-added services from distributors and panel builders. In 2022, the global LVSG market registered a slim growth rate of 0.8% due to post-pandemic effects on the economy, such as material shortages, cost inflation, and logistics issues. The slow growth of building construction will continue in 2023, with minimal expansion, and this will adversely affect the LVSG market, which will show modest recovery of above 3% revenue growth from 2024 onward. In 2022, the Asia-Pacific (APAC) LVSG market accounted for 36.7% of the global market revenue. With the second-highest CAGR globally, APAC will remain the largest LVSG market in the world in 2028. The Latin American LVSG market reported market share of 3.6% in 2022. It is the smallest regional market but is on course to have the highest CAGR of 4.6% from 2022 to 2028. Key growth drivers for LVSGs include the advancement of electricity infrastructure, installation of heat pumps and retrofit of energy-efficient equipment (e.g., HVAC, lighting, and metering systems), adoption of distributed energy and microgrids, and the rise of IoT and digital applications in building systems. Frost & Sullivan has also identified four major growth opportunity areas, which are data centers, electrification, residential heat pumps, and building construction. Author: Melvin Leong
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Author Melvin Leong
Industries Environment
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Keyword 1 Low Voltage Switchgear Analysis
Keyword 2 Low Voltage Switchgear Trends
Keyword 3 LVSG Market
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Predecessor PC43-01-00-00-00
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