The Southern Cone markets for HV electricity transmission and distribution equipment have experienced steady growth during the last years as a consequence of increasing government concerns about the state of the market infrastructure. As the installed capacity in the Southern Cone keeps growing in order to reach the fast-paced electrical demands, the growth potential for high-voltage infrastructure is of great importance.
The high-voltage (HV) transmission and distribution (T&D) equipment market in Argentina and Chile (Southern Cone) has experienced superlative growth during 2011 as a consequence of public investments in energy.
The 2011 market revenue was $ million. Accounted revenue, however, is not limited to the base year but reflects a continuous trend in the Southern Cone.
After several years of neglecting the HV T&D equipment market, the bulk of public investment was employed to update the T&D infrastructure; both grid strengthening projects and maintenance programs were promoted.
These projects allowed the Southern Cone governments to endorse the fast-paced growth of electricity demand and also increased HV T&D equipment market opportunities.
Total market revenue by the end of the forecast period will account for $ million, with a CAGR of percent in HV switchgears, percent in HV power cables, and percent in distribution transformers.
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