Silent Diesel Genset USD 2.1 Billion ’15 forecast

Continuous and reliable power supply is becoming a critical factor due to growing dependence on interconnected systems and technology. Various end user sectors such as healthcare facilities, pharmaceutical industries, manufacturing facilities, transportation & communication systems, datacenters, fueling stations and water & sewage facilities require consistent power supply to ensure seamless operations. In India, power supply from the grid is often insufficient to meet power requirements across various sectors. Consequently, diesel gensets play a pivotal role in providing reliable and high-quality power backup during power cuts as well as stand-alone power generation systems.

According to TechSci Research report “India Diesel Gensets Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020”, the diesel gensets market in India is estimated to surpass USD2.1 billion in 2015. The demand for diesel gensets is emanating from various end user segments encompassing residential, manufacturing, commercial, industrial and healthcare & pharma. Low and medium voltage diesel gensets cumulatively accounted for a majority share in the country’s diesel gensets market in 2014, primarily on account of growing demand from residential and commercial establishments. On the other hand, the demand for high and very high voltage diesel gensets in India is majorly being accounted for by manufacturing sector due to their continuous power supply requirements.

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Smoke pours out of a generator exhaust at 600 S. Spring

There is no problem with silent diesel genset market growth estimates of 6.64% during 2016–22 according to

Increasing Demand for Power from Commercial and Industrial Sector to boost India Diesel Genset Market during 2016–22–6Wresearch

Actual problem is lack of self funding Solar 3D prototype ripe for

a) DISRUPTing diesel gensets market in developing economies.

or b) infrastructure support for fast charging Tesla and multitude EVs coming in near future.

Sincerely

Ayk Space

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