ALBANY, New York, July 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Investing in emerging economies and setting up hybrid power systems and rural electrification programs in the remote areas of Asia Pacific and the Middle East and Africa are key growth strategies for players in the hybrid power systems market, observes Transparency Market Research (TMR). For instance, Borg Energy invested a heavy sum in India in January 2014 in several projects centered on rural electrification and engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC). Likewise, Guangzhou HY Energy Technology Limited Corp., in 2011, supplied a wind-solar hybrid street light system in Tabriz, Iran and in 2012, installed a number of wind-solar hybrid systems for a telecom station in Mongolia.
"New product development and innovation is also an effective strategy adopted by a number of players," a TMR analyst states. The hybrid power systems market is extremely inviting to new players despite the high initial investment required to manufacture as well as assemble these systems. Thanks to government and other regulatory institution clearances and the provision of various subsidies, the competitive landscape of the global hybrid power systems market is likely to witness constant change over the coming years.
Increasing Focus on the Use of Energy-efficient Technologies
One of the major advantages presented by hybrid power systems, which is also a key driving factor for the global market, is the ability of these systems to reduce carbon emissions. "Controlling carbon footprint is among the top priorities of most energy producing companies and factors such as climate change and growing social responsibility have contributed toward these companies focusing on using energy-efficient technologies in their networks," the author states.
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In April 2016, Vodafone Qatar announced its plans to roll out several hybrid power systems across its sites in the country as part of its efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and improve the company's energy efficiency measures.
On the down side, however, high installation costs and initial investments deter companies from the setting up of hybrid power systems. "Building the infrastructure for hybrid power plant, especially solar-wind-diesel systems, is immensely expensive," a lead analyst at TMR finds. "Moreover, these systems have a much longer return on investment (ROI) period compared to conventional sources of energy." This threatens to hamper the growth of the hybrid power systems market.
TMR Predicts Surge in Upcoming Hybrid Power Projects
The global revenue generated by the hybrid power systems market is anticipated to rise from US$411.7 mn in 2015 to US$703.5 mn by 2024 at a 6.1% CAGR therein. By type, wind-solar-diesel hybrid power systems held the dominant share of over 45% in 2014 and this segment is likely to retain its lead throughout the forecast period. The others segment, comprising wind-hydro-diesel hybrid, solar thermal, and hybrid-solar biomass, is projected to expand at the fastest pace from 2016 to 2024.
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"Only a fraction of companies in the renewable power industry are presently involved in the generation of power via hybrid power systems for rural electrification," the analyst states. "However, an increasing number of upcoming power projects across the globe is likely to spur the demand for hybrid power systems."
This review is based on the findings of a TMR report titled "Hybrid Power Systems Market: Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2016-2024."
Wind-solar-diesel Hybrid Power Systems to Maintain Lead through 2024
Hybrid power systems combine renewable energy sources such as wind and solar and energy produced by conventional means such as diesel generators. By type, hybrid power systems include wind-solar-diesel hybrid, PV-diesel hybrid, and others such as wind-hydro-diesel hybrid, solar thermal, and hybrid-solar biomass. In 2015, wind-solar-diesel hybrid power systems dominated the overall market and although this segment is predicted to lose a slight share in the market by the end of the forecast period, it will retain its dominance over other segments. Over the past few years, wind-solar-diesel hybrid systems for rural electrification have been enormously developed by various stakeholders across developing countries such as Indonesia, India, China, and South Africa.
PV-diesel hybrid systems have also been attracting significant funding from various agencies of late.
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Government Mandates on Rural Electrification Gives Africa Market a Boost
The global market for hybrid power systems has been geographically segmented into North America, South and Central America, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, and Europe. Asia Pacific held the largest share in the global in 2015 and is projected to continue its dominance throughout the forecast period. Players in Asia Pacific can avoid transmission costs by setting up hybrid power systems as standalone mini-grids. The integration of renewable energy production with the electricity mix also reduces the cost of transporting fuel to remote areas in the region. Japan is the leading contributor in the APAC hybrid power systems market, with the surge in utility-scale and commercial projects expected to drive demand in the coming years. Over the past few years, the country has witnessed a rapid increase in the number of companies registering to sell retail power. This has further driven the hybrid power systems market in Japan.
The Middle East and Africa region is the second largest market for hybrid power systems, fueled mainly by the rapid progress in South Africa. The mandatory implementation of the national policy on rural electrification across national electricity companies, regulatory agencies and commissions, rural electrification funds, and rural electrification agencies across Africa has served as a major driving force. In addition to this, the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in Africa fund various hybrid power projects for the implementation of PV arrays in existing diesel power plants.
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Global Hybrid Power Systems Market: Type Analysis
Global Hybrid Power Systems Market: End-Use Analysis
- Rural Facility Electrification
Global Hybrid Power Systems Market: Regional Segment Analysis
- Rest of Europe
- Rest of Asia Pacific
Middle East and Africa (MEA)
- South Africa
- Rest of MEA
South and Central America (SCA)
- Rest of SCA
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