Distribution networks, interacting with the end-consumers of electricity are the usually the most complex and least understood part of the grid. Especially with an active increase in the number of prosumers due to Distributed Generation (DERs) and Electric Vehicle (EV) penetration, grid dynamics at the distribution level are more complex than ever. Distribution transformers, hence have complex demand dynamics and a fragmented supply chain as opposed to power transformers. Power Technology Research (PTR) sizes the market of distribution transformers by analyzing individual countries for new additions, expansions and replacement of transformers. We start by analyzing the key distribution utilities in a country having the majority of the market share and use that information to model the remaining country. With this approach, we are able to analyze the behaviors of the biggest buyers in the market, and can identify these opportunities in a better way for you.
What is Covered in this Analysis?
Scope of Market Sizing
Regions/Countries Covered (5 Regions, 23 Countries)
Competitive & Qualitative Analysis
Product Specific Market Shares by Country/Region
- Top Competitors by Country (Oil-Immersed, Dry-Type)
- Top Competitors by Region (Oil-Immersed, Dry-Type)
Competitive Profiles by Region
- 3 Top Manufacturers by Region
- Supplier Profiles x 3
- SWOT Analysis x 3
- Future Outlook x 3
Market Accessibility Analysis
- Large Development Projects
- Key Market Trends & Drivers
- Sales Channel Overview
- Procurement Processes
- Business Practices
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Output Available in Various Formats:
Flat Database Style Excel Output
PowerPoint Based Analysis
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