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THE US DATA CENTER POWER MARKET SIZE TO CROSS USD 10 BILLION BY 2026, GROWING AT A CAGR OF 4% DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD

Data Center Power Market Size, Share, Trends Analysis Report by Infrastructure (Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Systems, Generators, Power Distribution Units (PDUs), Transfer Switches & Switchgears); UPS Systems (<=500kVA, 500−1,000kVA, and >1,000 kVA); Generators (<1 MW, 1−2 MW, and >2 MW); Tier Standards (Tier I & II, Tier III, and Tier IV); and Geography (South Eastern US, South Western US, Western US, Mid-Western US, and North Eastern US); Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Growth Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2021-2026

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U.S. DATA CENTER POWER MARKET REPORT SCOPE

Report Attribute Details
MARKET SIZE (INVESTMENT) USD 10 BILLION (2026)
MARKET SIZE (POWER CAPACITY) 3306 MW (2026)
CAGR 4% (2021–2026)
Base Year 2020
Forecast Year 2021–2026
Market Segments Infrastructure (Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Systems, Generators, Power Distribution Units (PDUs), Transfer Switches & Switchgears); UPS Systems (<=500kVA, 500−1,000kVA, and >1,000 kVA); Generators (<1 MW, 1−2 MW, and >2 MW); Tier Standards (Tier I & II, Tier III, and Tier IV)
Geographic Analysis United States
Countries Covered South Eastern US, Western US, South Western US, Mid-Western US, North Eastern US

INDUSTRY INSIGHTS

The U.S. data center power market size to cross USD 10 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 4% during the forecast period. The growing popularity of Internet of Things (IoT), emergence of 5G networks, COVID-19 pandemic, and the growing demand for quick streaming of online entertainment content are major drivers for U.S. data center market growth. The Northern Virginia region witnessed a strong demand for construction or expansion of existing data centers from hyperscale operators due to the rapid increase in the use of online services. The media and health industries emerging as the largest end-users in the region. The colocation uptake led to multiple new announcements toward data center development in Q3 2020. Investments in the power infrastructure increased by 15% in 2020 compared to the previous years.   

 The U.S. data center power market has been observing continuous development of hyperscale facilities with Facebook, Digital Realty, Equinix, Google, QTS Realty Trust, Switch, Vantage Data Centers, NTT Global Data Centers, Aligned, Apple, and COPT Data Center Solutions emerging as the significant contributors. In terms of investments, the US data center market witnessed investments in approx. 47 hyperscale projects in 2020, with strong contribution from Facebook toward self-built hyperscale facilities. Hence, the increased construction of hyperscale data centers will lead to the adoption of efficient power infrastructure including UPS, generators, and power distribution units.  The market is likely to witness the use of hydrogen fuel cell generators as a replacement to diesel generators.

SNIPPETS

  • The deployment of the 5G network is expected to increase edge data center investments from across the US, leading to strong growth in the procurement of modular power solutions, including rack-level UPS solutions.
  • Favorable tax incentives for renewable energy source installation are major growth contributors to the U.S data center power market.
  • The adoption of lithium-ion batteries is growing significantly, however, the usage of VRLA-battery in US data centers is likely to decline during the forecast period.
  • In 2020, the installation of 2+ MW generators with minimum redundancy of N+1 contributed to about 66% share in investments in the US.
  • The procurement of renewable energy will continue to grow among service providers in the US market, with hyperscale operators powering 100% of their data center operations via green power by 2026.

U.S. DATA CENTER POWER MARKET SEGMENTATION

This research report includes a detailed segmentation by:

  • Infrastructure
  • UPS System Capacities
  • Generators System Capacities
  • Tier Standards 
  • Geography 

INSIGHTS BY INFRASTRUCTURE 

For the optimal performance, the data center power infrastructure is an essential component. It supplies power to IT equipment, cooling infrastructure, networking equipment, and other related infrastructure. The adoption of lithium-ion batteries is growing significantly YOY in the US market. A continued decline in prices of lithium-ion batteries will fuel the adoptions among data centers. It is expected that the contribution from colocation providers will be high in terms of lithium-ion UPS solutions. The installation of generators with higher redundancy is low in the US, and facilities are powered via renewable energy sources. The adoption of Diesel Rotary Uninterruptible Power Supply (DRUPS) systems is comparatively lower than stand-along UPS systems and diesel generators. The growing complexity of data center infrastructure is propelling the growth of automated switchgear technology. Transfer switches and switchgear are expected to grow during the forecast period due to the increased data center construction in the US.  Most US operators are installing intelligent PDUs due to the growing awareness to reduce power consumption and wastage in data centers.

INSIGHTS BY GENERATORS

In South Western US, diesel generators are more likely to be adopted than bi-fuel or natural gas ones. Generators are usually built with N+1 redundancy in the region. Diesel generators are expected to decline in the coming years because of increasing concerns over carbon emissions. Fuel cell generators will also is likely to slow down the demand for other generator systems by 2026. The use of portable generators is also growing in the US market. With operators moving toward edge data centers, the adoption of less than 1 MW generator systems is expected to grow during the forecast period. The deployment of modular data centers is expected to be a major driver for less than 1 MW generator systems during the forecast period.

Data center facilities operating a hall capacity of up to 2 MW are the major end-users of 1−2 MW generators. DRUPS solutions are likely to witness increasing demand with multiple modules having a total capacity of up to 2 MW with N+N or 2N redundant configurations. The increasing deployment of more than 2 MW generators by hyperscale operators is likely to generate revenue during the forecast period.

INSIGHTS BY UPS SYSTEMS

The (<=)500 kVA UPS market is higher among small- and medium-sized data centers. The growth of less than 500 kVA UPS system will be high among prefabricated and hyperscale operators. There are multiple small- and medium-sized data centers with a power density of less than 1 MW capacity that are adopting these UPS systems with a capacity of less than 500 kVA. Also, the emergence of edge data center facilities is likely to contribute to the growth of less than equal to 500 kVA rack-level or in-row UPS systems. 

Data center infrastructure providers are the major adopter of 500–1,000 kVA UPS systems. These systems are used in multiple data halls and support up to 3 MW of IT load capacity per hall. These systems are expected to dominate the market during the forecast period.  

INSIGHTS BY TIER STANDARDS

Data centers in South Western US are designed to be Tier III and Tier IV standards and are equipped with power systems redundancy of N & N+1. Mid-Western US are developing data centers of Tier III and Tier IV standards with the basic redundancy of N+1.  Data centers in North Eastern US are built according to Tier III specifications, which could be modified to Tier-IV facilities as per requirements. They have redundancy of N+N for power infrastructures such as UPS, PDUs, and generators.  In 2020, over 90 data center projects opened and under construction came under the Tier III category. A majority of under-developed projects in the US fall under the Tier III category. 

INSIGHTS BY GEOGRAPHY

South Eastern US is the developed data center market. In 2020, around 35 data centers witnessed investment in South Eastern US. Colocation providers dominate the market with the overall share of 80%. South Eastern US received an investment of over $3 billion from hyperscale operators such as Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Google. The increased construction of new facilities in the region will offer new opportunities for power infrastructure provider. The region is likely to experience a rise in the number of edge data centers to accomplish activities, with low latency and high efficiency, which will further contribute to an increase in the cumulative revenue opportunity for power infrastructure providers. The region is also experiencing increase in the procurement of renewable energy to power data centers. Major states in the region observed the adoption of N+1 power redundancy in 2020. The adoption of rack PDUs supporting over 10 kW is expected to increase with the use of high-performance computing infrastructure.

INSIGHTS BY VENDORS

The U.S. data center power market is becoming highly competitive due to increased innovations in power solutions to offer maximum efficiency and reliability. Operators are more susceptible to procuring energy-efficient power infrastructure solutions. Evolving requirements of operators are prompting vendors to develop innovative products that reduce OPEX. In terms of UPS and rack PDU infrastructure, ABB, Eaton, Legrand, Schneider Electric, and Vertiv are the leading market players. Over the next few years, data center operators are more likely to consider the adoption of lithium-ion batteries, fuel cell technology, and intelligent PDUs to improve the facility efficiency. The emergence of nickel-zinc batteries and Prussian sodium-ion batteries will continue to intensify the competition among UPS systems vendors.

The U.S. data center power market research report includes in-depth coverage of the industry analysis with revenue and forecast insights for the following segments:

By Infrastructure

  • Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Systems,
  • Generators
  • Power Distribution Units (PDUs)
  • Transfer Switches & Switchgears
  • Others

UPS Systems

  • <=500kVA
  • 500−1,000kVA
  • >1,000 kVA

Generators

  • 1−2 MW
  • >2 MW

By Tier Standards 

  • Tier I & II
  • Tier III
  • Tier IV

By Geography

  • US
    • South Eastern US
    • Western US
    • South Western US
    • Mid-Western US
    • North Eastern US

Frequently Asked Questions

The emergence of nickel-zinc batteries, Prussian sodium-ion batteries, hydrogen fuel cell generators, and lithium-ion batteries for energy storage is likely to alter the dynamics of data center power market
Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the US market had witnessed moderate to low supply chain disruption in Q1 and Q2 2020. However, the market recovered in Q3 2020 with suppliers taking preventive measures to decrease supply chain disruptions. Vendors along with suppliers have played a significant role in supporting the demand growth by talking strong measures.
The U.S. power market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4% during 2021–2026.
<=500 kVA UPS systems are likely to dominate the U.S. data center power market during the forecast period.
ABB, Caterpillar, Detroit Diesel, Cummins, Eaton, Schneider Electric, and Vertiv are the major players in the U.S. data center power market.
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The U.S. data center power market by investment is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4% during the period 2021–2026.

The following factors are likely to contribute to the growth of the U.S. data center power market during the forecast period:

  • Innovative UPS Battery Technology
  • Increase in Procurement of Renewable Energy Sources
  • Growth in Data Center Investment
  • Increase in Construction of Hyperscale Data Centers

Base Year:                  2020

Forecast Year:           2021–2026

The study considers the present scenario of the U.S. data center power market and its market dynamics for the period 2020−2026. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The report offers both the demand and supply aspects of the market. It profiles and examines leading companies and other prominent ones operating in the market.

Key Company Vendors 

  • ABB
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
    • Key News
  • Caterpillar
  • Cummins
  • Eaton
  • Legrand
  • Schneider Electric
  • Vertiv Group

Other Prominent Vendors

  • AEG Power Solutions
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • Advanced Energy (Artesyn)
  • Black Box Network Services (AGC Networks)
  • Bloom Energy
  • Bayetech
  • Bxterra Power Technology
  • Chatsworth Products
  • Cisco Systems
  • Emcor Group
  • Cyber Power Systems
  • Controlled Power Company
  • Dataprobe
  • Delta Power Solutions
  • Detroit Diesel
  • EAE Elektrik
  • Elcom International
  • Enconnex
  • Exide Technologies
  • Fuji Electric
  • Generac Power Systems
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
  • Hitachi Hi-Rel Power Electronics
  • HITEC Power Protection
  • Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
  • Natron Energy
  • Panduit
  • INNIO
  • Kohler
  • Marathon Power
  • Piller Power Systems
  • Plug Power
  • Rittal Systems
  • Pramac
  • Riello Elettronica Group
  • Saft (Total)
  • Siemens
  • Socomec Group
  • Tripp Lite
  • Toshiba 
  • VYCON
  • Virtual Power Systems
  • Western Telematic, Inc. (WTI)
  • Yanmar Group (HIMOINSA)
  • ZAF Energy Systems
  • ZincFive

By Infrastructure

  • Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Systems
  • Generators
  • Power Distribution Units (PDUs)
  • Transfer Switches & Switchgears)
  • Others

UPS Systems

  • <=500kVA
  • 500−1,000kVA
  • >1,000 kVA

Generators

  • 1−2 MW
  • >2 MW

By Tier Standards 

  • Tier I & II
  • Tier III
  • Tier IV

By Geography

  • US
  • South Eastern US
  • Western US
  • South Western US
  • Mid-Western US
  • North Eastern US

1            Research Methodology

2            Research Objectives

3            Research Process

 

4            Scope & Coverage

4.1        Market Definition

4.2        Base Year

4.3        Scope of The Study

4.4        Market Segments

4.4.1     Market Segmentation by Electrical Infrastructure

4.4.2     Market Segmentation by UPS Systems

4.4.3     Market Segmentation by Generators

4.4.4     Market Segmentation by Tier Standards

4.4.5     Market Segmentation by Geography

 

5            Report Assumptions & Caveats

5.1        Key Caveats

5.2        Currency Conversion

5.3        Market Derivation

 

6            Market at a Glance

7            Introduction

7.1        Overview

7.2        Data Center Site Selection Criteria

7.2.1     Overview

7.2.2     Key

7.3        Electricity Pricing In Us By States

 

8            Market Opportunities & Trends

8.1        5g To Grow Edge Data Center Investments

8.2        Snowballing Procurement Of Renewable Energy

8.3        Innovative Data Center Technologies

8.4        Innovative Ups Battery Technology

8.5        Growing Rack Power Density

8.6        Software-Defined Power & Data Center Infrastructure Automation

 

9            Market Enablers

9.1        Covid-19 Boosts Data Center Demand

9.2        Data Center Investments To Rise

9.3        Increase In Power Outages

9.4        Increasing Construction Of Hyperscale Data Centers

9.5        Power Resources & Tax Incentives

 

10         Market Restraints

10.1      Rising Carbon Emission From Data Centers

10.2      High Maintenance Cost & Inefficiency Increases Opex

 

11         Market Landscape

11.1      Investment: Market Size & Forecast

11.2      Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast

11.3      Five Forces Analysis

11.3.1   Threat of New Entrants

11.3.2   Bargaining Power of Suppliers

11.3.3   Bargaining Power of Buyers

11.3.4   Threat of Substitutes

11.3.5   Competitive Rivalry

 

12         Power Infrastructure

12.1      Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

12.2      Market Overview

12.3      Ups Systems

12.3.1   Market Overview

12.3.2   Market Size & Forecast

12.4      Generators

12.4.1   Market Overview

12.4.2   Market Size & Forecast

12.5      Transfer Switches & Switchgear

12.5.1   Market Overview

12.5.2   Market Size & Forecast

12.6      Power Distribution Units

12.6.1   Market Overview

12.6.2   Market Size & Forecast

12.7      Other Electrical Infrastructure

12.7.1   Market Overview

12.7.2   Market Size & Forecast

 

13         UPS Systems

13.1      Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

13.2      Market Overview

13.3      <=500 Kva

13.3.1   Market Size & Forecast

13.4      500–1,000 Kva

13.4.1   Market Size & Forecast

13.5      >1,000 KVA

13.5.1   Market Size & Forecast

 

14         Generator Systems

14.1      Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

14.2      Market Overview

14.3     

14.3.1   Market Size & Forecast

14.4      1–2 Mw

14.4.1   Market Size & Forecast

14.5      >2 MW

14.5.1   Market Size & Forecast

 

15         Tier Standards

15.1      Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

15.2      Market Overview

15.3      TIER I & II

15.3.1   Market Overview

15.3.2   Market Size & Forecast

15.4      TIER III

15.4.1   Market Overview

15.4.2   Market Size & Forecast

15.5      TIER IV

15.5.1   Market Overview

15.5.2   Market Size & Forecast

 

16         Geography

16.1      Investment: Snapshot & Growth Engine

16.2      Power Capacity: Snapshot & Growth Engine

 

17         South Eastern US

17.1      Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

17.2      Market Overview

17.3      Investment: Market Size & Forecast

17.4      Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast

17.4.1   Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

17.5      Electricity Pricing

 

18         Western US

18.1      Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

18.2      Market Overview

18.3      Investment: Market Size & Forecast

18.4      Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast

18.5      Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

18.6      Electricity Pricing

 

19         Southwestern US

19.1      Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

19.2      Market Overview

19.3      Investment: Market Size & Forecast

19.4      Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast

19.5      Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

19.6      Electricity Pricing

 

20         Midwestern US

20.1      Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

20.2      Market Overview

20.3      Investment: Market Size & Forecast

20.4      Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast

20.5      Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

20.6      Electricity Pricing

 

21         Northeastern US

21.1      Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

21.2      Market Overview

21.3      Investment: Market Size & Forecast

21.4      Power Capacity: Market Size & Forecast

21.5      Infrastructure: Market Size & Forecast

21.6      Electricity Pricing

 

22         Competitive Landscape

22.1      Competition Overview

 

23         Key Vendor Profiles

23.1      ABB

23.1.1   Business Overview

23.1.2   Product Offerings

23.1.3   Key News

23.2      Caterpillar

23.2.1   Business Overview

23.2.2   Product Offerings

23.3      Cummins

23.3.1   Business Overview

23.3.2   Product Offerings

23.4      Eaton

23.4.1   Business Overview

23.4.2   Product Offerings

23.5      Legrand

23.5.1   Business Overview

23.5.2   Product Offerings

23.6      Schneider Electric

23.6.1   Business Overview

23.6.2   Product Offerings

23.6.3   Key News

23.7      Vertiv

23.7.1   Business Overview

23.7.2   Product Offerings

23.7.3   Key News

 

24         Other Prominent Vendors

24.1      AEG Power Systems

24.1.1   Business Overview

24.1.2   Product Offerings

24.2      Advanced Energy (ARTESYN)

24.2.1   Business Overview

24.2.2   Product Offerings

24.3      Black Box Networks Services (AGC NETWORKS)

24.3.1   Business Overview

24.3.2   Product Offerings

24.4      Bloom Energy

24.4.1   Business Overview

24.4.2   Product Offerings

24.5      Bayetech

24.5.1   Business Overview

24.5.2   Product Offerings

24.6      Bxterra Power Technology

24.6.1   Business Overview

24.6.2   Product Offerings

24.7      Chatsworth Products

24.7.1   Business Overview

24.7.2   Product Offerings

24.8      Cisco Systems

24.8.1   Business Overview

24.8.2   Product Offerings

24.9      EMCOR

24.9.1   Business Overview

24.9.2   Product Offerings

24.10    Cyber Power Systems

24.10.1 Business Overview

24.10.2 Product Offerings

24.11    Controlled Power Company

24.11.1 Business Overview

24.11.2 Product Offerings

24.12    DATAPROBE

24.12.1 Business Overview

24.12.2 Product Offerings

24.13    Delta Power Solutions

24.13.1 Business Overview

24.13.2 Product Offerings

24.14    Detroit Diesel

24.14.1 Business Overview

24.14.2 Product Offerings

24.15    EAE Elektrik

24.15.1 Business overview

24.15.2 Product offerings

24.16    ELCOM

24.16.1 Business Overview

24.16.2 Product Offerings

24.17    Enconnex

24.17.1 Business Overview

24.17.2 Product Offerings

24.18    EXIDE Technologies

24.18.1 Business Overview

24.18.2 Product Offerings

24.19    Fuji Electric

24.19.1 Business Overview

24.19.2 Product Offerings

24.20    Generac Power Systems

24.20.1 Business Overview

24.20.2 Product Offerings

24.21    Hewlett Packard Enterprise (Hpe)

24.21.1 Business Overview

24.21.2 Product Offerings

24.22    Hitachi Hi-Rel Power Electronics

24.22.1 Business Overview

24.22.2 Product Offerings

24.23    Hitech Power Protection

24.23.1 Business Overview

24.23.2 Product Offerings

24.24    Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

24.24.1 Business Overview

24.24.2 Product Offerings

24.25    Natron Energy

24.25.1 Business Overview

24.25.2 Product Offerings

24.26    Panduit

24.26.1 Business Overview

24.26.2 Product Offerings

24.27    INNIO

24.27.1 Business Overview

24.27.2 Product Offerings

24.28    Kohler

24.28.1 Business Overview

24.28.2 Product Offerings

24.29    Marathon power

24.29.1 Business Overview

24.29.2 Product Offerings

24.30    Piller Power Systems

24.30.1 Business Overview

24.30.2 Product Offerings

24.30.3 Key News

24.31    Plug Power

24.31.1 Business Overview

24.31.2 Product Offerings

24.32    Rittal

24.32.1 Business Overview

24.32.2 Product Offerings

24.33    Pramac

24.33.1 Business Overview

24.33.2 Product Offerings

24.34    Riello Elettronica Group

24.34.1 Business Overview

24.34.2 Product Offerings

24.35    SAFT (TOTAL)

24.35.1 Business overview

24.35.2 Product offerings

24.36    Siemens

24.36.1 Business Overview

24.36.2 Product Offerings

24.37    Socomec Group

24.37.1 Business Overview

24.37.2 Product Offerings

24.38    Tripp Lite

24.38.1 Business Overview

24.38.2 Product Offerings

24.38.3 Key News

24.39    Toshiba

24.39.1 Business Overview

24.39.2 Product Offerings

24.40    Vycon

24.40.1 Business Overview

24.40.2 Product Offerings

24.41    Virtual Power Systems

24.41.1 Market Overview

24.41.2 Product Offerings

24.42    Western Telematic Inc. (WTI)

24.42.1 Business Overview

24.42.2 Product Offerings

24.43    Yanmar (Himoinsa)

24.43.1 Business Overview

24.43.2 Product Offerings

24.44    ZAF Energy Systems

24.44.1 Business Overview

24.44.2 Product Offerings

24.45    Zincfive

24.45.1 Business Overview

24.45.2 Products Offerings

 

25         Report Summary

25.1      Key Takeaways

 

26         Quantitative Summary

26.1      Overall Market

26.2      Market By Infrastructure

26.3      UPS Market By System Capacity

26.4      Generator Market By System Capacity

26.5      Geography: Power Infrastructure Investment

26.6      Geography: Power Capacity

26.7      Tier Standards

26.8      South Eastern US

26.8.1   Overall Market

26.8.2   Market by Infrastructure

26.9      Western US

26.9.1   Overall Market

26.9.2   Market by Infrastructure

26.10    Southwestern US

26.10.1 Overall Market

26.10.2 Market by Infrastructure

26.11    Midwestern US

26.11.1 Overall Market

26.11.2 Market by Infrastructure

26.12    Northeastern US

26.12.1 Overall Market

26.12.2 Market by Infrastructure

 

27         Appendix

27.1      Abbreviations

             

             

 

List Of Exhibits 

Exhibit 1             Data Center Power Market in US: Segmentation

Exhibit 2             Market Size Calculation Approach 2020

Exhibit 3             Data Center Power Distribution Flow

Exhibit 4             Data Center Site Selection Criteria

Exhibit 5             Average Industrial Electricity Pricing 2020 (per kW)

Exhibit 6             Impact of 5G to Grow Edge Data Center Investments

Exhibit 7             Impact of Snowballing Procurement of Renewable Energy

Exhibit 8             Impact of Innovative Data Center Technologies

Exhibit 9             Impact of Innovative UPS Battery Technology

Exhibit 10           Impact of Growing Rack Power Density

Exhibit 11           Impact of Software-Defined Power to Monitor & Automate Power Infrastructure

Exhibit 12           Impact of COVID-19 Boosts Data Center Demand

Exhibit 13           Impact of Data Center Investments to Rise

Exhibit 14           Total Data Center Investment in US (number of projects)

Exhibit 15           Impact Increase in Power Outages

Exhibit 16           Impact of Increasing Construction of Hyperscale Data Centers

Exhibit 17           Hyperscale Investment in Data Center US Market in 2020 (Number of Projects)

Exhibit 18           Impact of Power Resources & Tax Incentives

Exhibit 19           Impact of Rising Carbon Emission from Data Centers

Exhibit 20           Impact of High Maintenance Cost & Inefficiency Increases OPEX

Exhibit 21           UPS Systems CAPEX vs. OPEX

Exhibit 22           US Data Center Power Market by Investment 2020–2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 23           US Data Center Power Market Investment by Region ($ billion)

Exhibit 24           Data Center Power Market by Power Capacity 2020-2026 (MW)

Exhibit 25           US Data Center Market Capacity by Region (MW)

Exhibit 26           Five Forces Analysis 2020

Exhibit 27           Incremental Growth by Power Infrastructure 2020 & 2026

Exhibit 28           Data Center Power Infrastructure Overview 2020

Exhibit 29           US Data Center Power Market by UPS Systems 2020−2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 30           US Data Center Generators Market 2020−2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 31           US Data Center Power Market by Switches & Switchgear 2020−2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 32           US Data Center Power Market by PDUs 2020−2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 33           US Data Center Market by Other Electrical Infrastructure 2020−2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 34           Incremental Growth by UPS Systems 2020 & 2026

Exhibit 35           US Data Center UPS Systems Market by Capacity 2020 & 2026 (% share)

Exhibit 36           US Data Center UPS market by <=500 kVA UPS Systems 2020−2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 37           US Data Center Market by 500–1,000 kVA UPS Systems 2020−2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 38           US Data Center >1,000 kVA UPS Market 2020−2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 39           Incremental Growth by Generator Standards 2020 & 2026

Exhibit 40           Data Center Generator Market by Power Capacity 2020 & 2026 (% share)

Exhibit 41           US Data Center Generator Market by

Exhibit 42           US Data Center Generator Market by 1–2 MW Generators 2020−2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 43           US Data Center >2 MW Generator Market 2020−2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 44           Incremental Growth by Tier Standard 2020 & 2026

Exhibit 45           Uptime Institute: Data Center Tier Standards

Exhibit 46           US Tier I & Tier II Data Center Power Market 2020–2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 47           US Data Center Power Market by Tier III Facilities 2020–2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 48           US Data Center Power Market by Tier IV Facilities 2020−2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 49           Incremental Growth by Geography 2020−2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 50           Incremental Growth by Geography 2020−2026 (MW)

Exhibit 51           Data Center Power Market in South Eastern US: Snapshot 2020−2026

Exhibit 52           Data Center Power Market in South Eastern US 2020−2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 53           Data Center Power Market in South Eastern US by Power Capacity 2020−2026 (MW)

Exhibit 54           Data Center Power Infrastructure Market in South Eastern US 2020–2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 55           Electricity Pricing in South Eastern US 2019–2020 (Cents per kW)

Exhibit 56           Data Center Power Market in Western US 2020−2026: Snapshot

Exhibit 57           Data Center Power Market in Western US 2020−2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 58           Data Center Power Market in Western US by Power Capacity 2020−2026 (MW)

Exhibit 59           Data Center Power Market in Western US by Infrastructure 2020–2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 60           Electricity Pricing in Western US 2019–2020 (Cents per kW)

Exhibit 61           Data Center Power Market in South Western US: Snapshot 2020−2026

Exhibit 62           Data Center Power Market in Southwestern US 2020−2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 63           Data Center Power Market in South Western US by Power Capacity 2020−2026 (MW)

Exhibit 64           Data Center Power Infrastructure Market in South Western US 2020–2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 65           Electricity Pricing in South Western US 2019–2020 (Cents per kW)

Exhibit 66           Snapshot- Data Center Power Market in Midwestern US 2020−2026

Exhibit 67           Data Center Power Market in Midwestern US 2020−2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 68           Data Center Power Market in Midwestern by Power Capacity 2020−2026 (MW)

Exhibit 69           Data Center Power Infrastructure Market in Midwestern 2020–2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 70           Electricity Pricing in Midwestern US 2019–2020 (Cents per kW)

Exhibit 71           Snapshot- Data Center Power Market in North Eastern US 2020−2026

Exhibit 72           Data Center Power Market in Northeastern US 2020−2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 73           Data Center Power Market in Northeastern US by Power Capacity 2020–2026 (MW)

Exhibit 74           Data Center Power Infrastructure Market in Northeastern US 2020−2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 75           Electricity Pricing in Northeastern US 2019–2020 (Cents per kW)

             

             

List Of Tables   

Table 1               Key Caveats

Table 2               Currency Conversion 2013−2020

Table 3               ABB: Major Product Offerings

Table 4               Caterpillar: Major Product Offerings

Table 5               Cummins: Major Product Offerings

Table 6               Eaton Major Product Offerings

Table 7               Schneider Electric: Major Product Offerings

Table 8               Vertiv: Major Product Offerings

Table 9               US Data Center Power Market 2020−2026

Table 10             US Data Center Power Infrastructure Market 2020−2026 ($ billion)

Table 11             US Data Center UPS Market 2020−2026 ($ million)

Table 12             US Data Center Generator Market 2020−2026 ($ Million)

Table 13             US Data Center Power Market Investments by Geography 2020−2026 ($ billion)

Table 14             US Data Center Power Market by Power Capacity 2020−2026 (MW)

Table 15             US Data Center Power Market by Tier Standards 2020−2026 ($ billion)

Table 16             Data Center Power Market in South Eastern US 2020−2026

Table 17             Data Center Power Infrastructure Market in South Eastern US 2020−2026 ($ million)

Table 18             Data Center Power Market in Western US 2020−2026

Table 19             Data Center Power Infrastructure Market in Western US 2020−2026 ($ million)

Table 20             Data Center Power Market in South Western US 2020−2026

Table 21             Data Center Power Infrastructure Market in Southwestern US 2020−2026 ($ million)

Table 22             Data Center Power Market in Midwestern US 2020−2026

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