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03 May 2005  |  Asia Pacific
The Southeast Asian (SEA) markets are ramping after the down-turn during the Asian crisis. The economies are growing at an average of above 5 percent due to improved domestic and export market conditions. Bilateral and multilateral trade agreements are likely to fuel the future economic growth rates in the SEA region. The flow of public, private, a...
13 Jun 2006  |  Asia Pacific
Mechanical prime movers play an important role in the oil and gas industry. With the rapid expansion of the oil and gas industry in the Asia Pacific region, the prime movers market is all set to grow further. Major market drivers are increased energy demand in Asia and high oil prices. This research service analyses the market for prime movers for ...
03 Apr 2002  |  Asia Pacific
The SEA TVSS market is looking very bright indeed, with market participants beginning to reap the benefits of their educational efforts. As end users begin to realize that they can control the level of voltage that enters their facility and equipment, they are taking active steps to install the necessary equipment for protection of their facility a...
20 Aug 2002  |  Asia Pacific
31 Jul 2000  |  Asia Pacific
29 Mar 2001  |  Asia Pacific
31 Jul 2001  |  Asia Pacific
This study analyzes the Southeast Asia and Australia DC/DC converter markets from 1996 to 2006. Revenues and unit shipments discussed in this report illustrate the earnings of authorized distributors and sales offices. For the purposes of this report, a single unit in the DC/DC converter market segment consists of one converter, regardless of its ...
14 May 2001  |  Asia Pacific
26 Sep 2001  |  Asia Pacific
The SPS market looks very promising as the demand and need for electronic devices increase worldwide. It is a known fact that electrical products and electronic items run on direct current (DC) and not on alternating current (AC). Therefore, the need for SPS is strong. AC power is obtained by plugging attached electrical cords in the main power ou...
29 Jan 2013  |  Asia Pacific
Japan to Lead the Way with 76.9 Percent of Installed Charging Stations by 2020
Following the Kyoto Protocol, countries in the Asia-Pacific region are motivated to adopt ‘green’ measures and reduce CO2 emission from automobiles and industries. One of the key focuses is to have 20.0 percent of total vehicles on road to be electrical vehicles by 2020. EVs are ’zero’ emission vehicles. Hence, the EV charging infrastructur...
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