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The Indian High-Capacity Inverter Industry is Expected to Reach More Than $760 Million by 2030

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Dublin, Oct. 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "India High-Capacity Inverter Market Size and Share Analysis by Wave, Phase, Operational Mode, Sales Channel, End-use, Application - Industry Development and Demand Forecast to 2030" report has been added to's offering.

The size of the Indian non-solar high-capacity inverter market was over $391 million in the year 2021, and it will reach more than $760 million by 2030, advancing at a growth rate of 7.7%. This is credited to the snowballing requirement for power backup solutions in industrial, commercial, and residential areas, accompanied by the increasing need for inverters in the tier II and tier III cities of the country.

Furthermore, the Indian solar high-capacity inverter market will reach $1,199 million by 2030 from $426 million in 2021, at a growth rate of above 12% in the coming years. This is because of the rise in the use of solar power for numerous applications, accompanied by several government initiatives for endorsing renewable power sources. Additionally, the nation has an unlimited supply of solar energy because of its location in the tropical and subtropical zones.

Single-phase non-solar inverters generated $266 million Indian solar high-capacity inverter market revenue in 2021, and the sales value will reach a little under $534 million by 2030. This is will be a result of their low price and easier fitting as opposed to three-phase inverters.

Single-phase non-solar inverters with a 2kVA?4.9kVA capacity are popular because of their low costs and a wide variety of residential purposes. Though, the requirement for 5kVA?10kVA variants will experience a substantial growth rate, of about 9%, during 2021-2030, because of their wide usage in commercial and industrial setups, which have a greater power requirement.

Solar high-capacity inverters are mainly used in the utility & power sector, which contributed about 92% of the revenue to the market in 2021. Additionally, this category will have a growth rate of more than 12%, as these inverters are used vastly in solar plants to store the excess solar power and supply it to the grid when the demand increases.

Karnataka has introduced the Arunodaya Programme, under which a 14MW solar PV plant was constructed. Consequently, in the year 2021, 20% of Karnataka's everyday power requirements were satisfied by solar energy. Furthermore, the state has the largest capacity of solar power in the nation, of 7,346 MW, with the largest PV installation in Pavagada, Tumakuru district.

Tamil Nadu is the largest market for non-solar high-capacity inverters in the country, accounting for an over 14% share of revenue in 2021. This is because of the existence of the largest wind farm in Kanyakumari, delivering a 1,500MW power supply; in all, the state has approximately 3,000 wind turbines.

Likewise, Tamil Nadu has a high potential for small windmills, as the area is favorable for wind energy and the government has framed promising policies for small windmills. These factors drive the Indian non-solar high-capacity inverter market growth by encouraging players to target customers here.

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1. Research Background

Chapter 2. Research Methodology

Chapter 3. Executive Summary

Chapter 4. Definition of Market Segments
4.1 By Wave
4.1.1 Sine Wave
4.1.2 Modified Sine Wave
4.1.3 Square Wave
4.2 By Phase
4.2.1 Single-Phase 2 kVA?4.9 kVA 5 kVA?10 kVA > 10 kVA
4.2.2 Three-Phase 2 kVA?4.9 kVA 5 kVA?10 kVA > 10 kVA
4.3 By Operational Mode
4.3.1 Stand-Alone
4.3.2 Grid-Connected
4.4 By Sales Channel
4.4.1 Direct
4.4.2 Indirect
4.5 By End-use
4.5.1 Utility & Power
4.5.2 Commercial
4.5.3 Residential
4.6 By Application
4.6.1 Wind Turbine
4.6.2 Rail Traction
4.6.3 Motor Drive
4.6.4 Home/Commercial UPS
4.6.5 Others

Chapter 5. Industry Outlook
5.1 Market Dynamics
5.1.1 Trends Increasing penetration of hybrid inverters in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)
5.1.2 Drivers Rising renewable power generation Surging demand for power in several industries
5.1.3 Impact Analysis of Drivers on Market Forecast
5.1.4 Restraints Import of solar grid inverters and high-frequency inverters
5.1.5 Impact Analysis of Restraints on Market Forecast
5.2 Impact of COVID-19
5.3 Value Chain Analysis
5.4 Porter's Five Forces Analysis
5.4.1 Bargaining Power of Buyers
5.4.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
5.4.3 Intensity of Rivalry
5.4.4 Threat of New Entrants
5.4.5 Threat of Substitutes

Chapter 6. India Non-Solar Market Size and Forecast
6.1 Overview
6.2 Market Volume, by Wave (2017-2030)
6.3 Market Revenue, by Phase (2017-2030)
6.3.1 Single-Phase Inverter Market Revenue, by Capacity (2017-2030)
6.3.2 Three-Phase Inverter Market Revenue, by Capacity (2017-2030)
6.4 Market Revenue, by Operational Mode (2017-2030)
6.5 Market Revenue, by Sales Channel (2017-2030)
6.6 Market Revenue, by End-use (2017-2030)
6.7 Market Revenue, by Application (2017-2030)
6.8 Market Revenue, by State (2017-2030)

Chapter 7. India Solar Market Size and Forecast
7.1 Overview
7.2 Market Revenue, by Wave (2017-2030)
7.3 Market Revenue, by Phase (2017-2030)
7.3.1 Single-Phase Inverter Market Revenue, by Capacity (2017-2030)
7.3.2 Three-Phase Inverter Market Revenue, by Capacity (2017-2030)
7.4 Market Revenue, by Operational Mode (2017-2030)
7.5 Market Revenue, by Sales Channel (2017-2030)
7.6 Market Revenue, by End-use (2017-2030)
7.7 Market Revenue, by State (2017-2030)

Chapter 8. Competitive Landscape
8.1 List of Market Players and Their Offerings
8.2 Market Share Analysis of Key Players
8.2.1 Non-Solar High kVA Inverter Market
8.2.2 Solar High kVA Inverter Market
8.3 Product Comparison of Key Players
8.3.1 Comparison of Major Non-Solar High kVA Inverters
8.3.2 Comparison of Major Solar High kVA Inverters
8.4 Recent Strategic Developments of Player/Key Players
8.4.1 Product Launches
8.4.2 Partnerships
8.4.3 Facility Expansion

Chapter 9. Company Profiles
9.1 Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.
9.1.1 Business Overview
9.1.2 Product and Services Offerings
9.1.3 Key Financial Summary
9.2 Luminous Power Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
9.2.1 Business Overview
9.2.2 Product and Service Offerings
9.3 Microtek International Pvt. Ltd.
9.3.1 Business Overview
9.3.2 Product and Service Offerings
9.4 V-Guard Industries Ltd.
9.4.1 Business Overview
9.4.2 Product and Service Offerings
9.4.3 Key Financial Summary
9.5 SolarEdge Technologies Ltd.
9.5.1 Business Overview
9.5.2 Product and Services Offerings
9.5.3 Key Financial Summary
9.6 Delta Electronics Inc.
9.6.1 Business Overview
9.6.2 Product and Service Offerings
9.6.3 Key Financial Summary
9.7 Fimer S.p.A
9.7.1 Business Overview
9.7.2 Product and Solutions Offerings
9.8 SMA Solar Technology AG
9.8.1 Business Overview
9.8.2 Product and Service Offerings
9.8.3 Key Financial Summary
9.9 Genus Innovation Limited
9.9.1 Business Overview
9.9.2 Product and Service Offerings
9.10 Sungrow Power Supply Co. Ltd.
9.10.1 Business Overview
9.10.2 Product and Service Offerings
9.10.3 Key Financial Summary
9.11 Exide Industries Limited
9.11.1 Business Overview
9.11.2 Product and Service Offerings
9.11.3 Key Financial Summary
9.12 Toshiba Mitsubishi-Electric Industrial Systems Corporation
9.12.1 Business Overview
9.12.2 Product and Service Offerings

Chapter 10. Appendix

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