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According to Omdia’s UPS hardware market tracker and analysis of 2022, there’s an increased demand for three-phase UPS in Europe, Middle East, and Asia (EMEA) from markets outside of cloud, colocation, and telco. These include retail, wholesale, healthcare, manufacturing and other industries. By 2026, the three-phase UPS market in EMEA is expected to grow from $1.66bn in 2021 to $2.07bn, a CAGR of 5.84%.
Meanwhile, companies like Schneider Electric, EATON, Emerson, ABB, Toshiba, and Delta are among the companies poised to take a major share of the market, according to the company.
But these companies are also innovating solutions to increase UPS efficiency. Schneider Electric, for example, has introduced the Easy UPS 3-Phase Modular. It is designed to safeguard vital loads including edge computing apps, convergent IT, network closets, and data centres. In February this year, Vertiv launched the Liebert GXE, an online double-conversion single-phase UPS, which is available in 6 and 10 kVA power ratings in tower or rackmount configuration.
Meanwhile, Indian manufacturer of end-to-end strategic power solutions, Best Power Equipments (BPE), is expanding to the UAE. BPE caters to various industries including government, industrial and plant automation, IT/ITES, banking, healthcare, financial institutions, corporate sectors, small and medium businesses, and data centres.
BPE is launching its Modular UPS systems, ranging from 300kW to 1000kW, parallelable, and scalable up to 8 MW. It is equipped with lithium-ion battery technology.