Apr 07, 2021 (The Expresswire) -- Global “ Microgrid Control Systems Market ” research report 2021 analyzed in detail all the vital data to frame tactical business judgments and propose strategic growth plans. The Microgrid Control Systems market growth is expected to register a CAGR of 12.25% during the forecast period.This report offers a comprehensive insight into the development policies and plans in addition to manufacturing processes and cost structures. Also report studies the global market competition landscape, market drivers and trends, opportunities and challenges, risks and entry barriers, sales channels, distributors and Porter's Five Forces Analysis.
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Short Description About Microgrid Control Systems Market 2021:
The global microgrid control systems market was valued at USD 20.89 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach a market value of USD 41.79 billion by, registering a CAGR of 12.25% during the forecast period. Microgrids are similar to main power grids but are smaller in size with low capacities. They are referred as a distributed electric grids that can be operated and controlled depending on the requirement. Unlike regular grids, these grids work on distributed energy sources and can operate on multiple sources at any given point. Microgrids are an essential part of smart cities
The scope of this study is limited to grid-connected, off-grid, and hybrid kind of microgrids. The report is segmented by application into utilities, cities and municipalities, defense, and industrial.
Continuously increasing demand for microgrids with high penetration of distributed energy generators, mainly renewable energy sources, is modifying the traditional structure of the electric distribution grid. More than 1437 microgrid projects, that represent nearly 13,400 megawatts of capacity, are proposed, planned, under construction, or are operating worldwide.
Microgrid control systems are generally low-power and low-voltage, and they can be operated in islanded in an off-grid or hybrid mode. These systems mostly have generating, transmission, and distribution located in a small area, and are mostly set up inside or close to the consumption location. The system can work on both traditional sources, like coal and diesel, and also renewable sources, like solar, wind, and combined heat and power. Newer systems are being incorporated into storage systems to provide continuous power. Microgrids control systems continuously monitor, analyze, and track the system to maintain hassle-free operation. These systems have to be capable of controlling the power ratings, frequency, and other parameters of the grid. Microgrid controllers are thus one of the most important systems in the microgrid and have been seeing a significant increase in demand with respect to adoption of microgrids. Many cities are now looking to go smart by employing smart grids. This is resulting in an increased demand for microgrid controllers.
Increasing Demand for Backup Solutions Major Driver for the Market
Power outages and blackouts are the most common problems globally, especially in the developing and underdeveloped nations. Several industries face frequent blackouts and power outages, resulting in massive losses. Blackouts in residential areas cause inconvenience to the general public. These outages can because of various factors, such as weather conditions, natural disasters, equipment failure, etc. Continuous power has become a primary requirement for industries to operate and people to live. With increasing global warming and changing weather conditions, the frequency of natural disasters is increasing.
Microgrids provide better backup solutions compared to traditional backup solutions. Microgrids can be operated in parallel to the main grid and can switch in without delay at the time of main grid failure. Unlike generators and UPS, microgrids can provide backup supply for longer durations and can work independently of the main grid. This enables them to operate in any situation. With increasing frequency of natural disasters around the world, industries looking for better backup solutions are choosing microgrids over traditional solutions. As these can use renewable sources during backup operations, they are now increasingly being deployed in most residential and areas with power issues. Thus, increased demand for backup systems is driving the growth of microgrid control systems.
Demand For Microgrid Control Systems in Industrial Applications To Grow
Industries have always been looking to reduce energy costs while also reducing their carbon emissions. It has been estimated that industries account for more than 23% of the global carbon emissions. With increasing environmental concerns around the world, many industries are now looking to reduce their CO2 emissions. Industries are now in need of optimizing their energy consumption to reduce operating costs. This has resulted in many companies opting for microgrid systems to increase efficiency while reducing energy costs and carbon emissions. The demand for green microgrids is increasing with increasing use of renewable energy sources for industrial power. Many industries are also employing storage systems in the microgrid for backup supplies and to reduce costs by selling surplus power. Storage systems enable smooth operations, regardless of the power outages and faults in the main grid.
US to Play Important Role In The Growth Of The Market
US is one of the first regions to adopt microgrid systems on a large scale. Due to the increasing adoption of microgrid systems, their number can be expected to more than double by the end of forecast period. Currently, educational institutions and military hold the largest share of microgrid systems in this country, followed by commercial and domestic uses. Microgrids are being employed in remote locations to facilitate power and communication capabilities. However, with increasing adoption of smart grid technology and the need to increase energy efficiency, the adoption of microgrids is expected to see a rapid growth rate. Moreover, more than 85% of the microgrids in the United States are powered by fossil fuels. The increasing need to curb pollution and reduce carbon footprint is resulting in the growth of demand for microgrid control systems using renewable sources.
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