Data centres will remain a key growth driver for the genset industry
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Data centres will remain a key growth driver for the genset industry

What range of genset products does your company offer and what are their key features? Our genset range commences from 10 kVA and extends up to 5,000 kVA. Our gensets offer many advantages vis-à-vis other available products in terms of features and cutting-edge technologies. Some of t...

What range of genset products does your company offer and what are their key features? Our genset range commences from 10 kVA and extends up to 5,000 kVA. Our gensets offer many advantages vis-à-vis other available products in terms of features and cutting-edge technologies. Some of the features include being compact in size, fuel efficient and delivering extremely good power to weight ratios. Could you describe the different power capacities available in your genset line-up? Our line-up is wide and suitable for varied applications. In terms of power capacities, it covers the entire gamut from small power to mid-sized to large power. Hence, we have a product or solution for everyone based upon their requirement in terms of power range. The burgeoning construction and telecom sectors will drive up demand in commercial and industrial segments. Which sectors are you planning to target? We are focused on all segments since our product line-up is wide and diverse and targeted at every need based upon the requirement of the client. However, we foresee huge demand coming from data centres, infrastructure projects and commercial buildings. So we will focus upon these sectors while also serving all other segments. Is your client base B2B or B2C? We cater to every segment, however, at the current juncture our client base is predominantly B2B. In light of the increasing emphasis on sustainability, particularly evident in the adoption of natural gas gensets and hybrid power systems, along with the emergence of variable-speed gensets, what technological advancements does your company offer? We understand the importance of technology and know that it remains the key to staying ahead of the competition. Our gensets are therefore compatible for use with hydrogenated vegetable oil (HVO) fuels, dual fuel (diesel+gas) and are fitted with retrofit emission control devices (RECD) to ensure the best-in-class performance and very low emission levels. What primary hurdles currently impede growth of the power genset market in India? India is an extremely price sensitive market, which puts a lot of strain on the bottom line and this affects the ability of genset players to reinvest into future emerging technologies. This makes us dependent on the developed economies for technological upgradations. Looking ahead over the next five years, what industry trends do you anticipate shaping the manufacturing landscape? Data centres will remain a key growth driver for the genset industry. It will be followed by segments such as large infrastructure projects and commercial buildings, including retail, hotels and hospitals. With the manufacturing sector also expected to witness huge expansion in the years ahead, it will also start driving growth for the genset market.

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