Rising power consumption in the world is likely to benefit the industrial combustion control components and systems market
As per the data provided by the United States Energy Information Administration, in 2018, the population of the world was 7.6 billion and the power consumption is estimated to increase by 48 percent between 2012 and 2040. Most of this growth is concentrated in the Asian countries, Europe and Middle East and Africa. Due to this ever-increasing worldwide energy demand, the demand for thermal plants will be significantly increased. This in turn, will drive the market of industrial combustion control systems and components.
Stringent regulations enacted by various governments regarding emissions is boosting the market growth
Due to the adverse effects of climate change, the governments across the world have been forced to enact strict regulations on the emissions of sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxide and particulate matters. Paris agreement by UNFCC, EPA guidelines by the United States government for waste water management, new emission standards by the government of China to restrict the emission of VOCs (volatile organic compounds) in the country are some examples of such stringent regulations. These type of new regulations will also contribute to the growth of the industrial combustion control components and systems market.
Overview of the regulations regarding emission control in the United States
Energy and power is a commodity for every industry and its demand is expected to witness steady growth in the Americas in the coming years. However, with increasing concerns pertaining to harmful particulates emitted by industries, such as chemicals, energy and power and oil & gas, the region is predominantly focusing on cutting down on emissions by adopting combusting control systems in the combustion systems of boilers, thermal oxidizers, etc.
In order to reduce emissions, United States has framed and implemented stringent governmental regulations. In June 2017, the United States entered the Paris Agreement within UNFCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change) with other countries to reduce the emission of volatile organic gases. Under this agreement, the U.S. will be expending efforts to curb the global temperature rise during this century to below 20 C. This development is going to have a positive impact on the industrial combustion control components and systems market during the period of assessment.
Lack of resources and awareness is restricting the growth of industrial combustion control components and systems market
The lack of resources and technological awareness could hinder consumer transition from simple industrial combustion control components to the state of art industrial combustion control systems. In addition, control systems require frequent maintenance, such as replacement of components. This could be unfavorable for the growth of industrial combustion control components and systems market as consumers would not prefer to upgrade their industrial combustion control components regularly.
Global Industrial Combustion Control Components and Systems Market, By End Use
In terms of value, the chemical segment was valued at US$ 1,786.9 Mn by 2017 end. This segment is estimated to display a CAGR of 4.5% and reach a value of US$ 2,638.9 Mn by the end of 2026. The mining and metal segment is expected to reach US$ 3,549.6 Mn in 2026 from US$ 2,111.9 Mn in 2017. The segment is estimated to exhibit a CAGR of 6.0% during the forecast period. The process industry segment was valued at US$ 2,932.3 Mn by 2017 end. This segment is estimated to exhibit a CAGR of 5.4% and reach a value of US$ 4,663.3 Mn by the end of 2026.
Overview of global industrial combustion control components and systems market with reference to global industrial automation market
Players in the industrial automation and equipment industry continue to face an environment that remains hyper-competitive. Evolution in end-user demand is influencing players in the industrial automation and equipment landscape to optimize their manufacturing process. Sluggishness in the oil & gas industry, muted growth in automotive sales, and stagnancy in the agriculture sector have posed challenges to players in the recent past.
With the increase in oil rigs and natural gas projects being quoted, various companies are making reinvestments, to either cater requirement of preventative maintenance or for generating a better ROI. Investing in infrastructure development remains a top priority for the industrial automation and equipment companies, with improvements in energy- and operational-efficiency gaining center stage.
The development of streamlined 2-3 layer automation systems helped the industry in lowering maintenance costs and enhancing performance. The trend towards simplification of 5 layer system model, which the automation industry has been focusing on over the years, is witnessing acceleration. Innovation in development of controllers, sensors and intelligent devices has meant that today’s computing processes are more effective.
Continuous advances are witnessed in the progressive integration of information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT), along with the evolution of business systems for handling real-time transaction processing. Building blocks are being offered by innovators, designed specifically for accomplishing the aim of ‘connected enterprise’. New intelligent nodes, operating at the network edge for improving efficiency and performance of manufacturing processes, are offered by rapid propagation of technologies & concepts associated with Internet of Things (IoT).
A major challenge encountered by the global industrial automation and equipment industry is absence of multi-vendor application portability. Innovation is stifled without open ecosystems offering portable applications to vendor platforms. On account of this, non-traditional suppliers have embarked on launching next-generation products that are embedded with IoT software.
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