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Analysis of the Western European Electric Motors Market
Energy Efficiency Regulations Deadline Will Energise Sales of Asynchronous Motors
This research service analyses future trends in the Western Europe electric motors market. It determines the impact of mandatory energy efficiency regulations for motor manufacturers on the growth dynamics of this market. The study has been divided into different product segments for fractional and integral horsepower motors. It discusses the key drivers and restraints, along with their impact, and provides revenue forecasts for different end-user and product segments up to 2017.
•The Western European electric motors market is an average growth market, and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of about X% from 2012 to 2017.
•The market growth is heavily dependent on the growth of end-user industries that employ motors in various applications such as pumps, fans and blowers. Hence, the growth of key end-user segments such as HVAC & R (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration), and oil and gas, particularly in Germany and the United Kingdom, are expected to play a key role in market growth by creating demand for more efficient motors.
•The market is mainly expected to be driven by the increasing need for energy-efficient motors to reduce operational costs. The upcoming motor energy efficiency regulations in Europe also support this cause.
•The fractional horse power (FHP) and integral horse power (IHP) motor segments are expected to grow at CAGRs of X% and X%, respectively. At the end of forecast period, in 2017, the IHP segment is expected to contribute about X% of the total market revenue.
1. Increasing the spend on R&D to achieve higher efficiency in motor design is the key to future success.
2. Political uncertainty and economic imbalance in Greece, Italy, Spain and Portugal impede the fast recovery of the market.
3. Exports to Asian and Middle Eastern countries moderately compensate for the decline in domestic demand for motors in Europe.
4. Competitive pricing of the motor and mutually beneficial alliances with original equipment manufacturers can ensure market success.
5. Strategic mergers and acquisitions with non-European motor manufacturers could aid company growth by providing access to international markets and distribution channels.
Historic Period: 2009–2011
Base Year: 2012
Short Term: 2013–2014
Medium Term: 2015–2016
Long Term: 2017
•An electric motor is an electrical machine that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy, generally in the form of mechanical torque, and is based on magnetic, electrostatic or piezoelectric physical principles.
•'Revenue' in the context of the study includes revenue at source, generated by the sale of FHP and IHP motors with specifications mentioned in the slides that follow, to the end-user segments mentioned in the slides that follow, and across the countries mentioned in the following slide. Revenue from services such as maintenance and repair, condition monitoring, life cycle management, and other mode of value-added services are not accounted in the study.
•The forecast is for five years, from 2013 to 2017. This convention is followed throughout the study period. Short, medium and long term are defined as in the adjoining exhibit.
The following regions are considered in the scope of this study.
The United Kingdom
Scandinavia (Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark)
Benelux (Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg)
Iberia (Spain, Portugal)
Rest of Western Europe (Greece, Ireland, Austria, Switzerland)
Key Questions This Study Will Answer
Is the Western European electric motors market growing, how long will it continue to grow, and at what rate?
How is the demand for FHP and IHP motors distributed across different end users and regions within Europe? How will this vary in the future?
What was the impact of the Euro-zone debt crisis on the Western European electric motors market? What is the growth potential for the market?
How is the demand for synchronous and asynchronous motors distributed across the FHP, LVIHP and MVIHP segments? How is this expected to change in future?
What are the threats this market is likely to encounter, and what are the factors that may drive the market?
How is the distribution structure of electric motors established in Europe?
Table Of Contents
1. Executive Summary
2. Market Overview
3. Total Electric Motors Market
• External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints
• Forecast and Trends
4. FHP Motors Segment Breakdown
5. IHP Motors Segment Breakdown
6. The Last Word
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