2018 UPS Rental Market: North America
Verify Markets' North American UPS rental market research report includes market size, growth rates, revenue share by end-user, revenue share by power source, revenue share by power range, competitive market share data and revenue forecasts from 2017-2024 for the United States and Canada.
The North American UPS Rental Market is in the growth stage and competitive with the presence of regional and national market participants trying to get a strong foothold in the market. The market is projected to experience moderate to high growth during the next seven years driven by an increase in infrastructure spending, long lead times from the OEMs and the continuing expansion and upgrading of data center facilities.
This study aims to provide a detailed analysis of the North American UPS Rental Market along with competitive intelligence for the base year 2017.
The market numbers included in this report represent revenues generated by companies operating in the North American UPS Rental Market. The base year for the study is 2017 and the forecast period is from 2017 until 2024.
This study captures the following information on the North American UPS Rental Market:
Market Size, Growth Rate, Revenue Forecasts (2017-2024)
Growth Drivers & Restraints
Quotes by Key Industry Participants
Market Share Analysis
Companies Featured: Global Power Supply, LLC. (GPS), Facility Gateway Corporation, Sure Power, Inc, and Caterpillar, Inc., among others.
Based on the mode of operation, electric power generators can be classified into:
Off-line or standby UPS- Standby UPS offers basic surge protection and battery backup. This unit remains idle until a power failure occurs, and then switches from utility power to its own power source almost instantly. This topology will mainly be available in the below 20 kVA range. Therefore, it is not common for three phase.
Line-interactive UPS- Line-interactive UPS systems are similar to off-line UPS systems. In this topology, the inverter works in parallel with conditioned input AC power to supply power to the load and only handles the full load power when the AC input power fails. With the inverter always on and connected to the output, this design provides additional filtering and yields reduced switching transients when compared with the standby UPS topology.
On-line UPS- Online units rectify incoming voltage to DC and then invert the DC back to AC. The unit can therefore accept an input voltage that is different from the output voltage supplied to the load. This is also called double conversion. These systems are available in all power ranges, with most of them being found in the above 20 kVA range.