Microgrid is a portable version of the traditional power grid system that can operate either independently or in conjugation with a locality’s main electric grid system. Microgrids are majorly installed with the primary objective of providing backup power or to boost the power of main grid during peak demand. The global microgrid as a service (MaaS) market is anticipated to witness a robust growth rate during the forecast period from 2017 to 2025 owing to its increasing demand from remote areas to maintain reliable supply of energy.
The global Microgrid as a Service market is expected to witness a progressive growth in the coming years due to rising demand for efficient energy transmission coupled with increasing demand for renewable energy across various industrial, residential and commercial sectors among others. Microgrid as a service provides electricity at a reasonable rate due to the usage of renewable energy sources and helps in reducing the financial losses that takes place from electricity outages in case of emergency situation.
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Rising demand for low cost power distribution systems is one of the most important factors anticipated to accelerate the demand for microgrids during the forecast period from 2017 to 2025. In addition, initiatives taken by government across different parts of the world under its SGIG (Smart Grid Investment Grant) program to encourage the modernization of nation’s electric distribution and transmission system is also predicted to boost the demand of microgrids in the coming years.
However, lack of proper training program and awareness among various end user segment about the benefits of MaaS coupled with complexity involved in design and planning of technologically advanced microgrid system is predicted to inhibit its adoption rate to some extent in the coming eight years.
Some of the key vendors operating in the global Microgrid as a Service market includes Eaton Corp. PLC ( Ireland), General Electric (The U.S.), Schneider Electric SE ( France), Siemens AG (Germany), Duke Energy Corporation ( The U.S.), ABB Ltd. (Switzerland), Northern Power Systems Corp. ( The U.S.), NRG Energy Inc. (The U.S.) among others.