Fact.MR’s new report on the temporary power market reveals compelling insights that are driving the transformation in the global landscape. Growing reliance on renewable energy resources and associated risk of intermittency remain the key factors influencing the temporary power market landscape. The marketplace is also likely to be impacted by government regulations and mandates, with the recent NEC 700.3(F) expected to increase installation of temporary power sources in the US. These insights are according to a new study by Fact.MR which remains bullish on the long-term prospects of the temporary power market. The report projects over 6% CAGR for the market through 2026.
A combination of rising global energy demand and escalating fuel prices is prominently analyzed in the study which, in turn, is responsible for the shift of energy preference towards renewable energy resources. According to the report, the renewable energy plants are actively installing temporary power sources such as diesel and gas generators to offset the risk of intermittency caused by weather-related uncertainty and ensure long-term energy security. These developments are likely to spur sales of temporary power sources, with an expected US$ 7,000 million opportunity likely to emerge by 2026.