The genset market is advancing on account of the low electricity production and grid uncertainty in numerous parts of the world and increasing demand for these systems for data centers. Compared to $17,592.6 million in 2019, the sales of these power-producing devices will be worth $27,863.0 million by 2030. Additionally, during 2020–2030 (forecast period), the industry is expected to display a CAGR of 5.8%. In a genset, the rotating shaft of an engine is connected to an alternator, in order to create energy
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Gas, diesel, and gasoline (petrol) are the three categories under the fuel segment of the genset market, among which the diesel category held the largest share during the historical period (2014–2019). Around the world, diesel is more readily available than gas and gasoline and is cheaper, more efficient, and longer lasting than the two. Though low-power diesel gensets are more expensive than low-power gas gensets, gas is not easily available everywhere in the Latin American (LATAM) and Middle Eastern and African (MEA) regions.
Strategic developments by players are the key trend in the genset market presently. For instance, in 2018, new models were launched by all major generator manufacturers, including Caterpillar Inc., Cummins Inc., Mahindra Powerol Ltd., and Atlas Copco AB. To cope with the competition from substitute power-generation products, as well as stringent emission norms, the new gensets feature a wide variety of advancements. In the same vein, Cummins Inc., Kirloskar Oil Engines Limited, and Kohler Co. have engaged in partnerships to decrease their operational expenses.
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The major growth drivers for the genset market are the grid uncertainties and low power production in numerous developing nations. Countries such as Ghana and Nigeria witness a huge demand–supply gap, owing to the poor grid infrastructure, which often suffers losses. Even in developed countries, including the U.S., the grid infrastructure is aging and natural disasters regularly wreak havoc, which drives the demand for generators. These systems are cost-effective and easily available around the world, which is why they are popular as off-grid electricity solutions.
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U.S. Diesel Genset Market
The U.S. diesel genset market stood at $2,187.4 million in 2019, and the market size is expected to demonstrate a CAGR of 7.2% during the forecast period (2020–2030). The rise in the number of data centers and increasing instances of power outages, along with the growth of the construction sector, are the major factors driving the U.S. diesel genset industry.
Diesel Genset Market
The growth in the diesel genset market is attributed to the growing requirement for electricity in both urban and rural areas for standalone and backup power requirements. The major application areas of diesel fueled gensets are construction sites, industries, residential buildings, retail stores, office spaces, hospitals, and hotels.
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