According to a new market research report published by Credence Research “Transformer Monitoring Systems Market (By Application: Power Transformers and Distribution Transformers; By End-use Verticals: Residential, Industrial and Commercial) – Growth, Future Prospects, and Competitive Landscape, 2018-2026”, the global transformer monitoring systems market is estimated to reach US$ 3731.6 Mn in 2026.
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Demand for uninterrupted electricity supply across diverse industry verticals has been increasing with rising energy demand. In order to suffice ever rising energy demand, governments worldwide are exploring new avenues such as non-conventional energy sources and smart infrastructures. Transformer monitoring systems are increasingly deployed at power stations/plants to ensure uninterrupted transmission and distribution of electricity. Continuous expansion of cities and almost endless demand for electricity supply encouraged the governments worldwide to incorporate transformer monitoring systems into their existing electricity generation and distribution infrastructure.
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Key players in the global Transformer Monitoring Systems Market Include ABB Group, Advanced Power Technologies LLC, Camlin Power Ltd., EMCO ELECTRONICS LLP, Eaton Corporation Plc, EDMI Ltd., GE Power, HZ Electric Inc., Honeywell International, Inc., KJ Dynatech, Inc., Koncar- Electrical Engineering Institute, Inc., Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc., Siemens AG, S&C Electric Company, Inc. and Wilson Transformer Company Pty Ltd.
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