Global E-House Market – Overview
E-Houses are pre-tested, pre-assembled and customized modular power substations. They help in providing electrical power to the facilities wherever it is required. E-houses possess numerous benefits such as flexibility, cost-effective solution and easy to deploy. They are easy to upgrade, and uses existing space optimally. This makes them the most suitable option for a broad range of applications in constrained spaces, as short-term power supply, or for distribution grid extension. At present, E-houses are used ever more frequently for the installation of equipment in other industries such as mining, metals, chemical industry, utilities & infrastructure facilities such as data centers and many others. The major benefit by deploying E-houses is they can be mounted in very little time, as a result reducing interferences with other activities, and they can be easily adapted to virtually any situation and application.
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The market for global electrical houses is driven by increasing demand from industries such as oil and Gas, mineral extractions and other commercial buildings. The modular design & self-contained solution and rising investments in infrastructure are fuelling the market growth. However, high maintenance costs are fettering the market growth.
Some of the key players in the global E-House Market are Siemens AG (Germany), ABB (Switzerland), Schneider Electric SE (France), Eaton Corporation (Ireland), General Electric (U.S.), CG Power (India), Meidensha (Japan), Electroinnova (Spain), WEG (Brazil), TGOOD (Hong Kong), Powell Industries (U.S.). Elgin Power Solutions (U.S.), Meidensha (Japan), Matelec Group (Lebanon), Aktif Group (Turkey), PME Power Solutions (India), EKOS Group (Turkey), Efacec (Portugal), Delta Star (U.S.), Zest WEG Group (south Africa), and Electroinnova Instalaciones y Mantenimientos S.L (Austria) are also some of them.
Global E-House Market Segmentation:
- By type, the market is segmented into skid mounted, and, mobile. Mobile electrical houses are extensively used by industries for remote location operations where it can supply power with ease.
- By component, the segment has been segmented into switchgear, bus bar, HVAC systems, transformer, frequency drives, monitoring and control systems, and, others.
- By voltage, the market has been segmented into low voltage, and, medium voltage.
- By application, the market has been segmented into oil and gas, Industrial, mining, transportation, and, power utilities
By region, the market has been segmented into North America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and Rest of the World (RoW). The Rest of the World (RoW) region includes Middle East & Africa which accounts for the most significant share in the global market. The market in this region will exhibit persistent growth throughout the forecast period owing to factors such as increased demand from mining, oil, gas, and metal industries, swift electrification, etc. According to statistics published in a report of power requirements, it has been highlighted that Dubai alone consumes 37,000-gigawatt hours of electricity per annum.
The North America market holds the second spot among the regional markets in terms of market share and control. The growth of the market can be attributed to increasing power usage in metal extraction, data centers and other applications, rising investments in mobile power solutions, etc. The market in Europe will also exhibit moderate growth owing to amplified power requirements by booming industrial sector. Asia Pacific market will witness a rise in adoption of mobile power solutions, and, demonstrate slow growth rate.
June, 2017 – ABB, Switzerland based power and automation group partnered with Far Eastern Electro technical Company (FEEC) for securing power supply by deploying high-performing UniGear Digital switchgear solution to safeguard E-house. The solution helps in maintaining production uptime at the coal mining company’s terminal.
April, 2016 – Zest WEG Group, South Africa based supplier of low, medium, and high voltage electric motors expanded their E-house business in Africa. The features modular design, portability and connection on site spurred the demand for E-house at mining and oil fields.
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