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Data Center Power Market in US- Industry Outlook and Forecast 2020-2025

  • ID: 5118916
  • Report
  • July 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 225 pages
  • Arizton
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ABB
  • Cisco Systems
  • Delta Group
  • Genarac Power Systems
  • Natron Energy
  • Rittal
  • MORE
In-depth Analysis and Data-driven Insights on the Impact of COVID-19 Included in this U.S. Data Center Power Market Report

The US data center power market share is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 3% during the period 2019–2025.

South Eastern U.S. is one of the major contributors to the U.S. data center power market. With a power capacity share of over 40%, the region attracted high initial investments, especially Virginia, which witnessed over $1 billion in 2019. States such as Virginia, Arizona, Illinois, Nevada, California, Texas, Ohio, Tennessee, Iowa, and North Carolina have received significant investments in recent years. Colocation providers are the major investors, accounting over 50% share, with enterprises, hyperscale operators, and government entities contributing to the rest of the investments. North America is likely to dominate the global data center power market with over 50 hyperscale development projects to be operational in the United States and Canada in the coming years. The U.S. market is likely to experience a rise in edge data center computing to deliver services with low latency and high efficiency. There is a significant rise in the number of data centers that run blockchain and cryptocurrency workloads across the U.S. market. These blockchain and cryptocurrency facilities consuming hundreds of megawatts of capacity. This is likely to boost the U.S. power market growth during the forecast period.

The following factors are likely to contribute to the growth of the US data center power market during the forecast period:
  • Increasing Procurement of Renewable Energy
  • Emergence of Nickel-Zinc & Prussian Blue Sodium-ion Battery UPS Systems
  • Use of Fuel Cells in Data Centers
  • Adoption of DC UPS Systems to Reduce Power Loss
The study considers the present scenario of the US data center power market and its market dynamics for the period 2019−2025. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The report offers both the demand and supply aspect of the market. It profiles and examines leading companies and other prominent ones operating in the market.

U.S. DATA CENTER POWER MARKET SEGMENTATION

This research report includes a detailed segmentation by power infrastructure, UPS systems, generators, tier standards, and geography. The adoption of lithium-ion batteries is growing significantly during the forecast period as their price will continue to decline. Since most vendors are offering lithium-ion based UPS systems, the market is likely to become highly competitive during the forecast period. The U.S. generator market will continue to grow because of the construction of large and mega facilities. However, with growing concerns over carbon emissions, the use of diesel generators is expected to decline, thereby providing growth opportunities to natural gas generators. The growing complexity of data center infrastructure is propelling the growth of automated switchgear technology. With the increased construction of data centers across the country, the market for transfer switches and switchgears is also expected to grow during the forecast period. The adoption of rack PDUs supporting up to 20 kW will increase with the use of high-performance computing infrastructure in the United States.

Most data centers have a minimum of N+1 power redundancy configuration in their UPS systems in the South-Western U.S. A prominent vendor in the region procured UPS with Eco Mode designed flexibility to support up to 2N+1 redundant configuration. Several facilities in the Mid-western region are equipped with dedicated UPS systems with minimum N+1 power redundancy. Most UPS systems in the Western US are installed with a capacity of 500–750 kVA. Data centers facilities with below 10 MW of power capacity will commonly comprise 500 kVA of capacity per unit, whereas there are facilities with a power capacity above 10 MW that will comprise up to over 750 kVA UPS units in the North Eastern U.S. The application of < =500 kVA UPS systems will be higher among prefabricated and hyperscale operators in the United States. Vendors such as Delta, Mitsubishi, Schneider Electric, Eaton, and Vertiv have a strong presence in the market. These systems are used in data centers built across multiple data halls, supporting up to 3 MW of IT load capacity per hall.

Most data centers have a minimum of N+1 power redundancy configuration in their UPS systems in the South-Western U.S. A prominent vendor in the region procured UPS with Eco Mode designed flexibility to support up to 2N+1 redundant configuration. Several facilities in the Mid-western region are equipped with dedicated UPS systems with minimum N+1 power redundancy. Most UPS systems in the Western US are installed with a capacity of 500–750 kVA. Data centers facilities with below 10 MW of power capacity will commonly comprise 500 kVA of capacity per unit, whereas there are facilities with a power capacity above 10 MW that will comprise up to over 750 kVA UPS units in the North Eastern U.S. The application of < =500 kVA UPS systems will be higher among prefabricated and hyperscale operators in the United States. Vendors such as Delta, Mitsubishi, Schneider Electric, Eaton, and Vertiv have a strong presence in the market. These systems are used in data centers built across multiple data halls, supporting up to 3 MW of IT load capacity per hall.

A majority of under-developed projects across the US fall under the Tier III category. There were about 115 Tier III data center projects, which were opened and under construction in 2019. However, several operators are expected to shift to the Tier IV category based on the growth in rack power density and critical applications during the forecast period. There were over 15 Tier IV data center projects that either opened or under construction in 2019. All self-built hyperscale data centers are considered as part of Tier IV infrastructure. Southeastern US is dominating the US Tier IV data centers market, followed by other regions.

These facilities generate more revenue for the market, with focused investment on highly efficient power systems.

Segmentation by Power Infrastructure
  • UPS
  • Generators
  • Transfer Switches & Switchgears
  • Rack PDUs
  • Others
Segmentation by Generators
  • System Capacity
  • < =1MW
  • 1–2MW
  • >=2MW
Segmentation by UPS Systems
  • System Capacity
  • < =500kVA
  • 500¬–1,000kVA
  • >=1,000kVA
Segmentation by Tier Standards
  • Tier I & Tier II
  • Tier III
  • Tier IV
INSIGHTS BY GEOGRAPHY
The US is the major data center operations market. Colocation and cloud service providers are the major contributions to the market growth. Over 130 projects were identified in the US, which is likely to be operational between January 2019 and June 2020. The South Eastern US is the major location, it accounted for over 40% of the market investment in 2019, and there are around 50 projects, which are opened and under construction between 2019 and June 2020. South Eastern is followed by Western US, Mid-western US, and the South Western US.

Segmentation by Geography
  • North Eastern US
  • South Eastern US
  • Mid-western US
  • South Western US
  • Western US
INSIGHTS BY VENDORS
The US data center power market is witnessing an increasing competition among power infrastructure providers. The market is becoming highly competitive as power solution providers are offering innovative products with maximum efficiency and reliability. Data center operators are more open to procuring energy-efficient power infrastructure solutions. Varied requirements of operators are prompting vendors to develop innovative products that reduce OPEX by up to 50%.

Key Vendor Profiles
  • ABB
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Eaton
  • Schneider Electric
  • Vertiv
Other Prominent Vendors
  • AEG Power Solutions
  • Artesyn Embedded Technologies
  • Black Box Network Services (AGC Networks)
  • Bloom Energy (Fuel Cell)
  • Chatsworth Products
  • Cisco Systems
  • Controlled Power Company
  • Crenlo
  • Cyber Power Systems
  • Delta Group
  • Detroit Diesel
  • Euro-Diesel (KINOLT)
  • Fuji Electric
  • Genarac Power Systems
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  • Hitachi Hi-Rel Power Electronics
  • Hitec Power Protection
  • Hitzinger
  • Kohler (SDMO)
  • Legrand
  • Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
  • MTU On Site Energy (Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG)
  • Natron Energy
  • Panduit
  • Piller Power Systems
  • Pramac
  • Riello UPS
  • Rittal
  • Socomec Group
  • Toshiba
  • Virtual Power Systems
  • Yanmar Group (HIMOINSA)
  • ZAF Energy Systems
  • ZincFive
Key Questions Answered
1. What is the U.S. data center power market size and growth forecast?
2. What are the factors impacting the growth of the U.S. data center power market forecast?
3. What are the leading drivers, trends, and restraints in the data center power market in the US?
4. Who are the leading vendors and what are their market shares?
5. What impact the COVID-19 Pandemic has on the market?
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ABB
  • Cisco Systems
  • Delta Group
  • Genarac Power Systems
  • Natron Energy
  • Rittal
  • MORE
1 Research Methodology

2 Research Objectives

3 Research Process

4 Scope & Coverage
4.1 Market Definition
4.2 Base Year
4.3 Scope of The Study
4.4 Market Segments

5 Report Assumptions & Caveats
5.1 Key Caveats
5.2 Currency Conversion
5.3 Market Derivation

6 Market at a Glance

7 Introduction
7.1 Data Center Site Selection Criteria

8 Impact of Covid-19
8.1 Impact of Covid-19 on Data Center Industry
8.2 Impact of Covid-19 In Data Center Power Market In US

9 Market Opportunities & Trends
9.1 Increasing Procurement of Renewable Energy
9.2 Use of Lithium-Ion Batteries In Data Centers
9.3 Emergence of Nickel-Zinc & Prussian Blue Sodium-Ion Battery UPS Systems
9.4 Use of Fuel Cells in Data Centers
9.5 Software-Defined Power to Monitor & Automate Power Infrastructure
9.6 Adoption of DC UPS Systems to Reduce Power Loss
9.7 Rising Demand for Edge Data Centers

10 Market Growth Enablers
10.1 Colocation Investments Drive Power Infrastructure Procurement
10.2 Increase in Hyperscale Data Center Contribution
10.3 Adoption of Prefabricated Power Infrastructure
10.4 Allocation of Power Resources & Tax Incentives
10.5 Growing Rack Power Density

11 Market Restraints
11.1 High Maintenance Cost & Inefficiency Increase Opex
11.2 Increased Power Outages Due to Equipment Failure
11.3 High Cost of Power-Efficient Infrastructure

12 Market Landscape
12.1 Market Overview
12.2 Market Size & Forecast
12.3 Five Forces Analysis

13 Power Infrastructure
13.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
13.2 Market Overview
13.3 UPS Systems
13.4 Generators
13.5 Transfer Switches & Switchgear
13.6 Power Distribution Units
13.7 Other Electrical Infrastructure

14 UPS Systems
14.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
14.2 Market Overview
14.3 < =500 KVA
14.4 500–1,000 KVA
14.5 >1,000 KVA

15 Generators Systems
15.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
15.2 Market Overview
15.3 < =1 MW
15.4 1–2 MW
15.5 >2 MW

16 Tier Standards
16.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine
16.2 Market Overview
16.3 TIER I & II
16.4 TIER III
16.5 TIER IV

17 Geography
17.1 Geography Snapshot & Growth Engine
17.2 Power Capacity: Snapshot & Growth Engine
17.3 Market Overview

18 South Eastern US
18.1 Market Overview
18.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
18.3 Electricity Pricing In South Eastern US
18.4 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
18.5 Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

19 South Western US
19.1 Market Overview
19.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
19.3 Electricity Pricing in South Western US
19.4 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
19.5 Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

20 Mid-Western US
20.1 Market Overview
20.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
20.3 Electricity Pricing in Mid-Western US
20.4 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
20.5 Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

21 Western US
21.1 Market Overview
21.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
21.3 Electricity Pricing in Western US
21.4 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
21.5 Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

22 North Eastern US
22.1 Market Overview
22.2 Investment: Market Size & Forecast
22.3 Electricity Pricing In North Eastern US
22.4 Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast
22.5 Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

23 Competitive Landscape
23.1 Competition Overview

24 Key Vendor Profiles
24.1 ABB
24.2 Caterpillar
24.3 Cummins
24.4 Eaton
24.5 Schneider Electric
24.6 Vertiv

25 Other Prominent Vendors
25.1 AEG Power Systems
25.2 Artesyn Embedded Technology (Aligned Energy)
25.3 Black Box Networks Services (AGC Networks)
25.4 Bloom Energy (Fuel Cells)
25.5 Chatsworth Products
25.6 Cisco Systems
25.7 Controlled Power Company
25.8 Crenlo
25.9 Cyber Power Systems
25.10 Delta Group
25.11 Detroit Diesel
25.12 Euro-Diesel (KINOLT)
25.13 Fuji Electric
25.14 Generac Power Systems
25.15 Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
25.16 Hitachi Hi-Rel Power Electronics
25.17 Hitech Power Protection
25.18 Hitzinger
25.19 Kohler (SDMO)
25.20 Legrand
25.21 Mitsubishi
25.22 MTU On Site Energy (Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG)
25.23 Natron Energy
25.24 Panduit
25.25 Piller Power Systems
25.26 Pramac
25.27 Riello UPS
25.28 Rittal
25.29 Socomec
25.30 Toshiba
25.31 Virtual Power Systems
25.32 Yanmar Group (HIMOINSA)
25.33 ZAF Energy Systems (“ZAF”)
25.34 ZincFive

26 Report Summary
26.1 KEY TAKEAWAYS

27 Quantitative Summary
27.1 Overall Market
27.2 Market by Infrastructure
27.3 UPS Market
27.4 Generator Market
27.5 Tier Standards
27.6 Geography: Investment
27.7 Geography: Power Capacity
27.8 North Eastern US
27.9 South Eastern US
27.10 Mid-Western US
27.11 South Western US
27.12 Western US

28 Appendix
28.1 Abbreviations
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  • ABB
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Eaton
  • Schneider Electric
  • Vertiv
  • AEG Power Solutions
  • Artesyn Embedded Technologies
  • Black Box Network Services (AGC Networks)
  • Bloom Energy (Fuel Cell)
  • Chatsworth Products
  • Cisco Systems
  • Controlled Power Company
  • Crenlo
  • Cyber Power Systems
  • Delta Group
  • Detroit Diesel
  • Euro-Diesel (KINOLT)
  • Fuji Electric
  • Genarac Power Systems
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  • Hitachi Hi-Rel Power Electronics
  • Hitec Power Protection
  • Hitzinger
  • Kohler (SDMO)
  • Legrand
  • Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
  • MTU On Site Energy (Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG)
  • Natron Energy
  • Panduit
  • Piller Power Systems
  • Pramac
  • Riello UPS
  • Rittal
  • Socomec Group
  • Toshiba
  • Virtual Power Systems
  • Yanmar Group (HIMOINSA)
  • ZAF Energy Systems
  • ZincFive
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown

Our research comprises a mix of primary and secondary research. The secondary research sources that are typically referred to include, but are not limited to, company websites, annual reports, financial reports, company pipeline charts, broker reports, investor presentations and SEC filings, journals and conferences, internal proprietary databases, news articles, press releases, and webcasts specific to the companies operating in any given market.

Primary research involves email interactions with the industry participants across major geographies. The participants who typically take part in such a process include, but are not limited to, CEOs, VPs, business development managers, market intelligence managers, and national sales managers. We primarily rely on internal research work and internal databases that we have populated over the years. We cross-verify our secondary research findings with the primary respondents participating in the study.



 

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