Research and Markets: World Power Factor Correction Capacitor Market Report with Emphasis on Low Voltage Capacitors and Medium Voltage Capacitors

DUBLIN--()--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/e1ade7/world_power_factor) has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "World Power Factor Correction Capacitor Market" to their offering.

The World power factor correction capacitor market is a growing/developing market, but was affected by the 2009 global economic downturn. However, the continued expansion of industrial and commercial facilities in advanced, and developing economies are expected to drive the World power factor correction capacitor market. Power problems such as low-power factor, harmonics, surges, and ripples have proved to be major issues that can cost billions of dollars. Energy losses in generation stations, transmission systems, substations, and distribution lines are significant and PFCC helps in improving the efficiency of power distribution, corrects disturbances in the system, and helps in the reduction of energy losses.

This research covers the World Power Factor Correction Capacitor (PFCC) Market. The emphasis is on the two product segments, namely, low voltage capacitors and medium voltage capacitors. Each product segment is further broken down by region, end-user, and voltage ratings.

This strategic analysis is part of Frost & Sullivans continued coverage of the world power quality markets. Frost & Sullivan has identified industry challenges, market drivers and restraints, key findings, and current and future forecasts of power factor capacitors, market trends, segment analysis, and strategic recommendations.

With extensive primary and secondary research, this study provides a detailed look at the market dynamics in an uncertain global economy, addressing foreign exchange variations, recent financial volatility.

Frost & Sullivan expects that this analysis will provide vendors with valuable insights to increase their growth and penetration opportunities within the world capacitor marketplace.

Research Methodology

  • Primary research with market participants.
  • Frost & Sullivan published research services.
  • Company websites and other secondary resources.

Base Year for this research service is 2009 and the Forecast Period is 2010 to 2016.

Revenues Defined

Revenues in this research service reflect manufacturers earnings from capacitors as defined in the product definition, sold under their brand, and sales made in the merchant market. The merchant market consists of capacitors sold to the application segments for later integration with other power quality equipment.

Definitions and Segmentation

Power Factor Correction Capacitors (PFCCs) supply a system with reactive power. This way, more electricity from the utility can be used as active power to run machines and do active work. Furthermore, the electricity that end users purchase is likely to be used for active production instead of being used for creating an electromagnetic field.

Regional Segmentation

The World Power Factor Correction Capacitor (PFCC) Market is segmented into five global regions: North America (the United States and Canada), Europe (European Union, Eastern Europe, and Russia), Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, Australia, and Pacific Rim countries), Latin America (Mexico and Central and South America), and Rest-of-World (Africa, Middle East, and others). Frost & Sullivan is using the below segmentation to calculate the revenue forecasts.

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Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager,
press@researchandmarkets.com
U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716