The South African Genset Market

Fear of Possible Power Outages Drive the Market


This research service covers the state of the South African Genset Market and focuses on gensets above 20 kVA. As petrol gensets are generally below 20 kVA, they fall outside of the scope of this study. A lack of infrastructure and storage capacity for gas in South Africa makes gas gensets uncommon in the region. This study examines key drivers, restraints, and industry challenges. An in-depth analysis of the competitive environment is provided. The base year for this study is 2010 with forecasts until 2016, including a market growth analysis and estimates for total revenue and unit sales. This study reviews a number of issues which are particularly important to the future prospects of the South African Genset Market.

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Table of Contents

The South African Genset Market, PrefaceIntroductionIntroductionThe South African Genset Market, Executive SummaryIntroductionExecutive SummaryMarket Engineering MeasurementsCEO's PerspectiveThe South African Genset Market, Market OverviewIntroductionDefinitions and Scope of StudyIndustry ChallengesExternal ChallengesForecasts and TrendsTotal Market Share and Competitive AnalysisEnd-user AnalysisMarket OpportunitiesThe South African Genset Market, The Last WordIntroductionThe Last Word - Three Big PredictionsThe South African Genset Market, AppendixIntroductionAppendix




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