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25 May 2012  |  Asia Pacific
Renewables Development is the Solution to the Looming Energy Crisis
This study defines and discusses mega trends that would influence energy demand in China. An overview and analyses are provided concerning the energy consumption, the installed energy capacity, and the key power generation stations in China. Based on the current installed capacity, plans for future power generation infrastructures and future power ...
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14 Jan 2016  |  Asia Pacific
Cloud Computing and Colocation Trends Push Demand for Resilient, High-Efficiency, Large-Power Systems
This Asia-Pacific uninterruptible power supply (UPS) study examines revenue forecasts, analyzes competitor market shares, and discusses the impact of Mega Trends for the period from 2012 to 2020. The base year is 2014, and the forecast period is from 2015 to 2020. The market is segmented into industrial and commercial applications and further discu...
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06 Sep 2019  |  Asia Pacific
Solar Power is Becoming a Mainstream Source of Energy Across the Region
The ‘ASEAN Renewable Energy Market, Forecast to 2023’ focuses on the past, current, and future growth potential of Renewable Energy (RE) in the ASEAN region. The focus of this study is on three major technologies: solar PV, wind power, and bioenergy (biomass and biogas). The markets in Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, an...
19 Mar 2021  |  Asia Pacific
Future Growth Potential from Digital and Environmentally Friendly Value Propositions Driving Growth Opportunities
Southeast Asias medium voltage switchgear market includes Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, the Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia and covers voltages ranging from 1 kilovolt (kV) to 38 kV. Its growth is expected to continue at a steady 5.1% compound annual growth rate from 2020 to 2026, driven by rising power demand and grid connectivity across the ...
01 Apr 2016  |  Asia Pacific
Massive Demand-Supply Mismatch and Shift Toward Low Carbon Emission Technologies to Drive Growth in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Myanmar
Utilities in Southeast Asia continue to strengthen their power supply through large-scale power plants. However, the sheer magnitude of the demand-supply mismatch calls for an immediate solution. Utilities are, therefore, driven to look beyond the scope of their traditional business models, and are increasingly willing to shift toward adopting dist...
14 Jun 2016  |  Asia Pacific
Microgrids and Smart Water will Drive the Transformation in Korean Energy and Environment Sectors
This research provides insights, trends, and outlook for South Korea's energy and environment industry. As one of the largest economies in the world, South Korea is committed to sustaining its economy with the development of clean energy and green technologies in environmental markets. While South Korea has strong regulatory instruments to drive va...
15 Apr 2016  |  Asia Pacific
Global Zero-Emission Energy Revolution to Fuel Prospects of Sophisticated, Green-friendly Integrated Facilities Management (IFM) and Evolutionary Water Filtration Technologies
The recently concluded 21st Conference of Parties (COP21) in Paris brought back the focus on the zero-emission energy revolution. The impact of this summit on several energy and environment industries remains to be seen. This outlook analyzes low crude oil prices and assesses if it will indirectly benefit infrastructure investments, as fuel subsidi...
29 Jun 2018  |  Asia Pacific
Fast Growing Startups Pose Stiff Challenge to Industry Incumbents
The secondary battery market in Asia-Pacific is experiencing strong growth due to significant fall in battery costs and increasing demand from automotive, utilities, industrial sectors, consumer electronics, and wearable segments. Asia-Pacific is the largest market globally for batteries and is also rapidly growing its battery production. The regio...
12 Apr 2017  |  Asia Pacific
Market Enters Mature Stage and Renewable Energy Projects in Japan and Australia Slow Down
The Asia-Pacific Renewable Energy (RE) inverters market is entering the mature stage, especially in developed countries such as Australia and Japan. However, growth potential still exists in Southeast Asia, as RE adoption growth is still promising. The market registered a revenue that was close to $2.5 billion and is forecasted to expand by less th...
27 Dec 2016  |  Asia Pacific
Growing Prominence of Cloud Computing and Large Data Centers will Drive Market Growth
The Asia-Pacific uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) systems market, currently in the growth stage, is expected to grow at a single digit CAGR between 2015 and 2021. The market is expected to reach just under $2.00 billion by 2021. The growing prominence of cloud computing and data centers is driving the UPS system market. Its demand will also be ...