The data center power market in the US is projected to generate revenues of more than $4 billion by 2023 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 5% during the forecast period.
The increasing investments from colocation and cloud services providers on data center are propelling the growth of the data center power market in the US. The boost in investments added approximately 1GW of power in the US market during 2017. The colocation data center development contributed to around 80% in 2017, with major investments were made in the South Eastern and South Western Regions across states such as Virginia and Texas.
Hyperscale operators are investing in new projects that focus on states such as Iowa and Oregon. CyrusOne, Digital Realty, Vantage Data Centers, CoreSite Reality Corp, Facebook, Apple, Infomart, RagingWire Data Centers (NTT), and Equinix are the leading companies investing in projects across the US market. The emergence of lithium-ion UPS systems and fuel cell technology will revolutionize the data center market over the next few years. The players are also focusing on offering products that help improving efficiency, reducing cost, and providing modular solutions for reducing space in the facilities. Such product innovation will help vendors occupy a larger data center power market size in the US.
The development of flexible power infrastructure designs with redundant systems that are integrated as per the consumers' operation requirement for colocation facilities will boost the demand for these services in the US market. The growing adoption of high-performance infrastructure will increase the rack power density among all data centers in the US market.
Hyperscale data center operators such as Microsoft, Facebook, Apple, Google, and Amazon Web Services are the leading investors for renewable power projects across the US market. For instance, Mircosoft's green operation goals offer increase efficiency of existing facilities by up to 50% and achieving a PUE of 1.12.
Key Topics Covered:
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
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
10 Data Center Power Market in US by Infrastructure 10.1 Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) 10.2 Generators 10.3 Transfer Switches & Switchgears 10.4 Rack Power Distribution Units(PDU) 10.5 Other Electrical Infrastructure
11 Data Center Power Market in US by Tier Standards 11.1 Market Overview 11.2 Tier 1 & Tier 2 11.2.1 Market overview 11.2.2 Market size & forecast 11.3 Tier 3 11.3.1 Market overview 11.3.2 Market size & forecast 11.4 Tier 4 11.4.1 Market overview 11.4.2 Market size & forecast
12 Regional Segmentation
13 Market by South Eastern US
14 Market by South Western US
15 Market by Mid-Western US
16 Market by Western US
17 Market by North Eastern US
18 Competitive Scenario
19 Key Company Profiles 19.1 ABB 19.2 Eaton 19.3 General Electric 19.4 Schneider Electric 19.5 Vertiv
20 Other Prominent Vendors 20.1 Active Power (Piller Power Systems) 20.2 RITTAL 20.3 Caterpillar 20.4 Cummins 20.5 Cyber Power Systems 20.6 Delta Group 20.7 Geist Global 20.8 Generac Power Systems 20.9 HighPower 20.1 Hitec Power Protection 20.11 Legrand 20.12 Methode Electronics 20.13 Mitsubishi 20.14 MTU ON SITE ENERGY (Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG) 20.15 Nlyte Softwcoare 20.16 Toshiba 20.17 Bloom Energy (Fuel Cells) 20.18 Tripp Lite