Instrument Transformers Market is Anticipated to Reach $10.6 billion by 2030 at a CAGR of 5.8% – Report by MarketsandMarkets™

Chicago, April 16, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Instrument Transformers Market size is projected to grow from USD 7.1 billion in 2023 to USD 10.6 billion by 2030, at a CAGR of 5.8% according to a new report by MarketsandMarkets™. The Instrument Transformers Market is expected to grow due to a rise in the electricity demand, grid modernization, and the growing focus on renewable energy integration.

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Report Metric Details
Instrument Transformers Market Size Values
  • CAGR 5.8%
  • USD 10.6 billion by 2030
  • USD 7.1 billion in 2023
Base Year 2022
Forecast Period 2023–2030
Forecast Unit Value (USD Billion)
Segments Covered By Type, By Installation, By Voltage, By Enclosure, By End-User, and By Application
Geographic Regions Covered Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa, and South America
Companies Covered ABB (Switzerland), General Electric (US), Mitsubishi Electric (Japan),  Siemens Energy (Germany), Schneider Electric (France), Arteche (Spain), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) (India), CG Power (India), Nissin Electric Co., Ltd. (Japan), EMEK (Turkey), Indian Transformers and Electricals Pvt. Ltd (India), Mehru (India), Koncar-Instrument Transformers Inc. (Croatia), Pfiffner Group (Switzerland), RITZ Instrument Transformers GmbH (Germany), CHINT Group (China), WEG (Brazil), Amran, Inc (USA), Straton Electricals Private Limited (India), and Dalian Huayi Electric Power Electric Appliances Co., Ltd. (China).

The increasing need for electricity is a primary driver of the instrument transformers market, with worldwide consumption expected to rise considerably in the future. The spike in power consumption is a key force moving the Instrument Transformers Market forward. With global electricity usage increasing, there is a greater demand for efficient and dependable power distribution networks. Instrument transformers are important in maintaining precise measurement and monitoring of electrical characteristics, allowing power to flow smoothly across networks. The rising demand for power has raised worries about system reliability. Instrument transformers help to ensure grid stability by carefully monitoring and managing electrical characteristics, preventing grid breakdowns, and providing a consistent power supply. Similarly, the global push for grid modernization creates considerable opportunities for the instrument transformers industry. Governments worldwide are investing extensively in updating their electricity infrastructure to provide greater stability and resilience, more efficiency and flexibility, and improved cybersecurity. Smart meters, distributed generation, and energy storage are among the sophisticated technologies used in modern grids, which improve resilience against outages and harsh weather. Smart grids facilitate the bidirectional movement of information and electricity, optimizing energy use and simplifying the incorporation of renewable energy sources. Modernization entails improving communication methods and cyber defenses to safeguard vital infrastructure from threats.

The by-type segment within the Instrument Transformers Industry encompasses various types of instrument transformers such as current transformers, potential transformers, and combined instrument transformers. A current instrument transformer (CT) is a type of instrument transformer that measures high-magnitude currents by stepping them down to a safe and precise level. Current transformers are necessary components in electrical systems for monitoring, measuring, and protecting large currents. They are often employed in various applications, including power factor meters, watt-hour meters, protective relays, and trip coils in magnetic circuit breakers. Potential transformers, also known as voltage transformers (VTs), are instrument transformers that monitor high voltages by stepping them down to smaller, more controllable values. They are made up of two different windings on a common magnetic steel core, one of which has fewer turns of heavier wire on the core. This structure enables them to precisely convert high voltage readings into standardized lower voltage values, making them compatible with conventional measurement instruments, protective equipment, and automatic control equipment. Similarly, Combined instrument transformers are critical components in power systems because they allow for precise voltage and current measurement and monitoring. The worldwide combined Instrument Transformers Market is expanding rapidly, driven by rising need for dependable and efficient power distribution systems. These transformers play a significant part in improving the performance of electrical grids by combining voltage and current measurements into a single device. This integrated approach not only streamlines the design and installation procedures, but it also increases the overall efficiency of electricity transmission and distribution.

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During the forecast period, the Asia Pacific region is anticipated to experience the highest Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR). The region encompasses key economies like China, India, Japan, Australia, and the rest of Asia Pacific, including South Korea. Rapid development, particularly in major economies, propels growth in various sectors, including power transmission, distribution, industries, commercial and residential applications, and transportation.

The Asia-Pacific area is rapidly urbanizing and industrializing, resulting in increased demand for power. Instrument transformers are essential for effective power distribution in cities and industrial complexes, propelling the industry forward. In addition, ongoing infrastructure development projects, particularly in growing economies in Asia-Pacific, need strong electrical systems. Instrument transformers play an important part in guaranteeing the efficiency and stability of the electrical infrastructure, which helps drive market growth. Similarly, the increase in industrial and commercial activity throughout Asia-Pacific demands a reliable and consistent power supply. Instrument transformers allow for precise monitoring and control of electrical parameters, guaranteeing continuous power for industrial and commercial applications.

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Key Players

Key players in the global Instrument Transformers Market include ABB (Switzerland), General Electric (US), Siemens (Germany), Schneider Electric (France), and Mitsubishi Electric (Japan).

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