This research report provides a comprehensive study of the US data center power market for the period 2018-2023. The report discusses the following aspects in detail:

  • US Data Center Power Market Size & Forecast, Growth Rate
  • Segmental Analysis - by Electrical Infrastructure, by Tier Standards
  • Geography and Key Country Analysis
  • Policy Changes and Regulatory Landscape
  • Market Enablers, Restraints, Trends, and Emerging Opportunities
  • Key Players, Competitive Landscape, Market Share Analysis
  • Strategic Recommendations

Overview:

The research report on the US data center power market provides an in-depth analysis of the following segments:

By Electrical Infrastructure

  • UPS Systems
  • Generators
  • Transfer Switches & Switchgears
  • Rack PDUs
  • Other Electrical Infrastructure

By Tier Standards

  • Tier I & II
  • Tier III
  • Tier IV

By Geography

  • South Eastern US
  • South Western US
  • Mid-Western US
  • Western US
  • North Eastern US

Key highlights of the US data center power market:

  • The US data center power market is expected to generate revenues of over $4 billion and the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 5% by 2023.
  • In the data center power market, the market by transfer switches & switchgear alone is expected to grow around $900 million by 2023.
  • The rack power density is expected to grow from an average of 6−8kW in 2017 to about 12−15kW in 2023.
  • The US data center power market by tier 4 facilities was valued around $1 billion in 2017 and is expected to reach revenues of around $1.5 billion in 2023.
  • The data center power market in South Western US by UPS systems is expected to reach revenues of around $500 million in 2023.

Significant market investments:

  • In March 2017, ABB introduced Conceptpower DPA 120 UL modular UPS system that provides up to 600 kW of power targeted at small- and medium-sized data centers in the North American region.
  • In January 2017, Eaton announced its collaborations with Scale Computing, a hyper-converged infrastructure provider for medium-sized companies.
  • In October 2017, GE introduced new flywheel UPS solutions, which integrates VYCON patented flywheel technology ranging from 50 to 1,000 kVA.
  • In June 2017, Vertiv introduced the Liebert EXL S1 (UPS system in 1,000–1,2000 kVA/kW) , it is 54% smaller than similar models with up to 99% efficiency.
  • In October 2017, Schneider Electric announced the acquisition of Asco Power Technologies (ASCO), an ATS product line from Vertiv.

Key vendors:

  • There are 5 major vendors and 18 prominent vendors in the US data center power market.
  • ABB, Eaton, General Electric, Schneider Electric, and Vertiv are major vendors of the US data center power market.
  • Other prominent vendors in the US data center power market include Active Power (Piller Power Systems), Rittal, Caterpillar, Cummins, Cyber Power Systems, Delta Group, Geist Global, Generac Power System, HighPower, Hitec Power Protection, Legrand, Methode Electronics, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, MTU on Site Energy (Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG), Nlyte Software, Toshiba, Bloom Energy (Fuel Cells), and Tripp Lite.

Reasons to buy the report:

  • Prediction about market opportunities for participants and stakeholders by identifying high growth sectors in the market
  • Analysis of measures of how the carbon emission and power consumption by data centers are reduced.
  • Growing awareness towards the increased construction of green data center facilities.
  • Measures how colocation investments, cloud technologies, and managed service providers continue to drive data center facility development.
  • Better understanding of the market in terms of revenue, area, and power capacity.

 

1          Research Methodology
2          Research Objectives
3          Research Process 
4          Report Coverage

4.1       Market Definition

4.2       Base Year

4.3       Scope of Study

4.3.1   Market Segmentation by Electrical Infrastructure

4.3.2   Market Segmentation by Tier Standards

4.3.3   Market Segmentation by Geography

5          Report Assumptions & Caveats

5.1       Key Caveats

5.2       Inclusions

5.3       Currency Conversion

5.4       Market Derivation

6          Market at a Glance
7          Introduction

7.1       Market Overview

7.2       Rack Power Density

7.3       Lithium Ion vs VRLA Batteries

8          Market Dynamics

8.1       Market Growth Enablers

8.1.1   Growing interest in green data center development

8.1.2   Growing demand for colocation, cloud, internet, and managed service providers

8.1.3   Growing adoption of modular/containerized/microdata centers

8.1.4   Growing construction of data centers in edge locations

8.1.5   YOY impact of market growth enablers

8.2       Market Growth Restraints

8.2.1   Increasing power outages and power consumption by data centers

8.2.2   Growing market consolidation initiatives

8.2.3   Increased carbon emissions from data centers

8.2.4   YOY impact of market growth restraints

8.3       Market Opportunities & Trends

8.3.1   Interest to procure renewable energy sources for data centers

8.3.2   Growing adoption of lithium-ion batteries and fuel cells in data centers

8.3.3   Use of automation management and artificial intelligence in data centers

8.3.4   Adoption of Diesel-Rotary UPS (DRUPS) systems

8.3.5   YOY impact of market opportunities & Trends

9          Data Center Power Market in US

9.1       Market Overview

9.2       Market Size & Forecast

9.3       Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

9.3.1   Threat of new entrants

9.3.2   Bargaining power of suppliers

9.3.3   Bargaining power of buyers

9.3.4   Threat of substitutes

9.3.5   Competitive Rivalry

10        Market by Infrastructure

10.1    Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)

10.1.1 Market Overview

10.1.2 Market size & forecast

10.2    Generators

10.2.1 Market overview

10.2.2 Market size & forecast

10.3    Transfer Switches & Switchgears

10.3.1 Market overview

10.3.2 Market size & forecast

10.4    Rack Power Distribution Units(PDU)

10.4.1 Market overview

10.4.2 Market size & forecast

10.5    Other Electrical Infrastructure

10.5.1 Market overview

10.5.2 Market size & forecast

11        Market by Tier Standards

11.1    Market Overview

11.2    Tier I & Tier II

11.2.1 Market overview

11.2.2 Market size & forecast

11.3    Tier III

11.3.1 Market overview

11.3.2 Market size & forecast

11.4    Tier IV

11.4.1 Market overview

11.4.2 Market size & forecast

12        Regional Segmentation
13        Market by South Eastern US

13.1    Market Overview

13.2    Market Size & Forecast

13.3    Market by Infrastructure

13.3.1 UPS Systems: Market size & forecast

13.3.2 Generators: Market size & forecast

13.3.3 Transfer Switches & Switchgears: Market size & forecast

13.3.4 Rack PDUs: Market size & forecast

13.3.5 Other Electrical Infrastructure: Market size & forecast

14        Market by South Western US

14.1    Market Overview

14.2    Market Size & Forecast

14.3    Market by Infrastructure

14.3.1 UPS Systems: Market size & forecast

14.3.2 Generators: Market size & forecast

14.3.3 Transfer Switches & Switchgears: Market size & forecast

14.3.4 Rack PDUs: Market size & forecast

14.3.5 Other Electrical Infrastructure: Market size & forecast

15        Market by Mid-Western US

15.1    Market Overview

15.2    Market Size & Forecast

15.3    Market By Infrastructure

15.3.1 UPS Systems: Market size & forecast

15.3.2 Generators: Market size & forecast

15.3.3 Transfer Switches & Switchgears: Market size & forecast

15.3.4 Rack PDUs: Market size & forecast

15.3.5 Other Electrical Infrastructure: Market size & forecast

16        Market by Western US

16.1    Market Overview

16.2    Market Size & Forecast

16.3    Market By Infrastructure

16.3.1 UPS Systems: Market size & forecast

16.3.2 Generators: Market size & forecast

16.3.3 Transfer Switches & Switchgears: Market size & forecast

16.3.4 Rack PDUs: Market size & forecast

16.3.5 Other Electrical Infrastructure: Market size & forecast

17        Market by North Eastern US

17.1    Market Overview

17.2    Market Size & Forecast

17.3    Market By Infrastructure

17.3.1 UPS Systems: Market size & forecast

17.3.2 Generators: Market size & forecast

17.3.3 Transfer Switches & Switchgears: Market size & forecast

17.3.4 Rack PDUs: Market size & forecast

17.3.5 Other Electrical Infrastructure: Market size & forecast

18        Competitive Scenario
19        Key Company Profiles

19.1    ABB

19.1.1 Overview

19.1.2 Product offerings

19.1.3 Key news

19.2    Eaton

19.2.1 Overview

19.2.2 Product offerings

19.2.3 Key news

19.3    General Electric

19.3.1 Overview

19.3.2 Product offerings

19.3.3 Key news

19.4    Schneider Electric

19.4.1 Overview

19.4.2 Product offerings

19.4.3 Key news

19.5    Vertiv

19.5.1 Overview

19.5.2 Product offerings

19.5.3 Key news

20        Other Prominent Vendors

20.1    Active Power (Piller Power Systems)

20.1.1 Product offerings

20.2    Rittal

20.2.1 Product Offerings

20.3    Caterpillar

20.3.1 Product offerings

20.4    Cummins

20.4.1 Product offerings

20.5    Cyber Power Systems

20.5.1 Product offerings

20.6    Delta Group

20.6.1 Product offerings

20.7    Geist Global

20.7.1 Product offerings

20.8    Generac Power Systems

20.8.1 Product offerings

20.9    HighPower

20.9.1 Product offerings

20.10  Hitec Power Protection

20.10.1 Product offerings

20.11  Legrand

20.11.1 Product offerings

20.12  Methode Electronics

20.12.1 Product offerings

20.13  Mitsubishi

20.13.1 Product offerings

20.14  MTU ON SITE ENERGY (Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG)

20.14.1 Product offerings

20.15  Nlyte Software

20.15.1 Product offerings

20.16  Toshiba

20.16.1 Product offerings

20.17  Bloom Energy (Fuel Cells)

20.17.1 Product offerings

20.18  Tripp Lite

20.18.1 Product offerings

21        Report Summary

21.1    Key Takeaways

21.2    Strategic Recommendations

21.3    Qualitative Summary

21.4    Quantitative Summary

21.4.1 Market by Geography

21.4.2 Market by Regions

21.4.3 Market by Power Capacity

21.4.4 Market by Infrastructure

21.4.5 Market by South Eastern US

21.4.6 Market by South Western US

21.4.7 Market by Mid-Western US

21.4.8 Market by Western US

21.4.9 Market by North Eastern US

21.4.10 Market by Tier Standards

22        Appendix

22.1    Abbreviations

List of Exhibits       

Exhibit 1         Segmentation of Data Center Power Market in US

Exhibit 2         Market Size Calculation Approach 2017

Exhibit 3         Rack Power Density in Market in US (2010–2023)

Exhibit 4         Data Center Power Market in US 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 5         Market in US 2017−2023 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 6         Market in US 2017−2023 (Power Capacity in MW)

Exhibit 7         Five Forces Analysis 2017

Exhibit 8         Market by Infrastructure 2017 & 2023

Exhibit 9         Market in US by UPS Systems 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 10       Market in US by Generators 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 11       Market in US by Transfer Switches and Switchgears 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 12       Market in US by Rack PDUs 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 13       Market in US by Other Electrical Infrastructure 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 14       Market by Tier Standard 2017 & 2023

Exhibit 15       Center Tier Standards

Exhibit 16       Market in US by Tier I & Tier II Facilities 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 17       Market in US by Tier III Facilities 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 18       Market in US by Tier IV Facilities 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 19       Market by Region 2017 & 2023

Exhibit 20       Market in South-Eastern US by Infrastructure 2017 & 2023

Exhibit 21       Data Center Power Market in South Eastern US 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 22       Market in South Eastern US by Area 2017−2023 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 23       Market in South Eastern US by Power Capacity 2017−2023 (Power in MW)

Exhibit 24       Market in South Eastern US by UPS Systems 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 25       Market in South Eastern US by Generators 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 26       Data Center Power Market in South Eastern US by Transfer Switches & Switchgears 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 27       Market in South Eastern US by Rack PDUs 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 28       Market in South Eastern US by Other Electrical Infrastructure 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 29       Market in South-Western US by Infrastructure 2017 & 2023

Exhibit 30       Data Center Power Market in South Western US 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 31       Market in South Western US by Area 2017−2023 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 32       Market in South Western US by Power Capacity 2017−2023 (Power in MW)

Exhibit 33       Market in South Western US by UPS Systems 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 34       Market in South Western US by Generators 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 35       Data Center Power Market in South Western US by Transfer Switches & Switchgears 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 36       Market in South Western US by Rack PDUs 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 37       Data Center Power Market in South Western US by Other Electrical Infrastructure 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 38       Market in Mid-Western US by Infrastructure 2017 & 2023

Exhibit 39       Data Center Power Market in Mid-Western US 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 40       Market in Mid-Western US by Area 2017−2023 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 41       Market in Mid-Western US by Power Capacity 2017−2023 (Power in MW)

Exhibit 42       Market in Mid-Western US by UPS Systems 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 43       Market in Mid-Western US by Generators 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 44       Market in Mid-Western US by Transfer Switches & Switchgears 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 45       Market in Mid-Western US by Rack PDUs 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 46       Market in Mid-Western US by Other Electrical Infrastructure 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 47       Market in Western US by Infrastructure 2017 & 2023

Exhibit 48       Data Center Power Market in Western US 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 49       Market in Western US by Area 2017−2023 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 50       Market in Western US by Power Capacity 2017−2023 (Power in MW)

Exhibit 51       Market in Western US by UPS Systems 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 52       Market in Western US by Generators 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 53       Market in Western US by Transfer Switches & Switchgears 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 54       Market in Western US by Rack PDUs 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 55       Market in Western US by Other Electrical Infrastructure 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 56       Market in North-Eastern US by Infrastructure 2017 & 2023

Exhibit 57       Market in North Eastern US 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 58       Market in North Eastern US by Area 2017−2023 (Million Square Feet)

Exhibit 59       Market in North Eastern US by Power Capacity 2017−2023 (Power in MW)

Exhibit 60       Market in North Eastern US by UPS Systems 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 61       Data Center Power Market in North Eastern US by Generators 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 62       Market in North Eastern US by Transfer Switches & Switchgears 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 63       Market in North Eastern US by Rack PDUs 2017−2023 ($ million)

Exhibit 64       Data Center Power Market in North Eastern US by Other Electrical Infrastructure 2017−2023 ($ million)         

List of Tables          

Table 1            Key Geographies Definition

Table 2            Key Caveats

Table 3            Currency Conversion 2013−2017

Table 4            Comparison of Lithium-ion Batteries and VRLA Batteries in UPS Systems

Table 5            YOY Impact of Market Growth Enablers 2017−2023

Table 6            YOY Impact of Market Growth Restraints 2017−2023

Table 7            YOY Impact of Market Opportunities & Trends 2017−2023

Table 8            Qualitative Summary of Market in US

Table 9            Quantitative Summary of Market in US 2017–2023

Table 10         Quantitative Summary of Data Center Power Market in US by Regions 2017–2023 ($ million)

Table 11         Quantitative Summary of Data Center Power Market in US by Power Capacity 2017–2023 (Power in MW)

Table 12         Quantitative Summary of Data Center Power Market in US by Infrastructure 2017–2023 ($ million)

Table 13         Quantitative Summary of Data Center Power Market in South Eastern US 2017–2023 ($ million)

Table 14         Quantitative Summary of Data Center Power Market by South Western US 2017–2023 ($ million)

Table 15         Quantitative Summary of Data Center Power Market by Mid-Western US 2017–2023 ($ million)

Table 16         Quantitative Summary of Data Center Power Market by Western US 2017–2023 ($ million)

Table 17         Quantitative Summary of Data Center Power Market by North Eastern US 2017–2023 ($ million)

Table 18         Quantitative Summary of Data Center Power Market by Tier Standards 2017–2023 ($ million)

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