1 INTRODUCTION 14
1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 14
1.2 MARKET DEFINITION 14
1.3 MARKET SCOPE 15
1.3.1 MARKETS COVERED 15
1.3.2 YEARS CONSIDERED FOR THE STUDY 15
1.4 CURRENCY 16
1.5 LIMITATIONS 16
1.6 STAKEHOLDERS 16

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 17
2.1 RESEARCH DATA 17
2.2 SECONDARY DATA 19
2.2.1 KEY DATA FROM SECONDARY SOURCES 19
2.3 PRIMARY DATA 20
2.3.1 KEY DATA FROM PRIMARY SOURCES 20
2.3.2 KEY INDUSTRY INSIGHTS 21
2.4 BREAKDOWN OF PRIMARIES 22
2.5 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 22
2.5.1 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH 23
2.5.2 TOP-DOWN APPROACH 24
2.6 MARKET BREAKDOWN & DATA TRIANGULATION 25
2.7 RESEARCH ASSUMPTIONS & LIMITATIONS 26
2.7.1 ASSUMPTIONS 26
2.7.2 LIMITATIONS 27

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 28
3.1 INTRODUCTION 28
3.2 CURRENT SCENARIO 28
3.3 FUTURE OUTLOOK 30
3.4 CONCLUSION 32

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 33
4.1 ATTRACTIVE MARKET OPPORTUNITIES IN THE RECLOSER MARKET 33
4.2 ASIA-PACIFIC: POTENTIAL MARKET TO INVEST DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD 34
4.3 THE AMERICAS DOMINATED THE RECLOSER MARKET IN 2015 35
4.4 THREE PHASE RECLOSER SEGMENT IS EXPECTED TO DOMINATE THE MARKET DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD 36

4.5 INCREASE IN DEMAND FOR ELECTRIC RECLOSERS 37
4.6 LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS, BY REGION 38

5 TECHNICAL OVERVIEW 39
5.1 INTRODUCTION 39
5.2 GENERAL CLASSIFICATION 39
5.2.1 CONTROL 40
5.2.1.1 Electric 40
5.2.1.2 Hydraulic 40
5.2.2 BY PHASE TYPE 40
5.2.2.1 Single phase 40
5.2.2.2 Three phase 40
5.2.2.3 Triple-single phase 40
5.2.3 OTHER TYPES OF RECLOSERS 40
5.3 NEW TECHNOLOGIES/PRODUCTS 40
5.3.1 LOOP AUTOMATION 41

6 MARKET OVERVIEW 42
6.1 INTRODUCTION 43
6.2 RECLOSER: MARKET SEGMENTATION 43
6.2.1 BY PHASE TYPE 43
6.2.2 BY CONTROL 43
6.2.3 BY VOLTAGE RATING 43
6.2.4 BY REGION 43
6.3 MARKET DYNAMICS 44
6.3.1 DRIVERS 44
6.3.1.1 Increasing distribution automation for power quality & reliability 44
6.3.1.2 Increased infrastructural developments 44
6.3.1.3 Expansion of T&D networks 45
6.3.1.4 Growth in renewable power generation 46
6.3.2 RESTRAINTS 46
6.3.2.1 Increasing competition from the unorganized sector 46
6.3.2.2 High-cost of reclosers 46
6.3.2.3 Availability of cheaper alternatives 46
6.3.2.4 Lack of investment by governments in grid stability 47
6.3.3 OPPORTUNITIES 47
6.3.3.1 Increasing investments in smart grid vision 47
6.3.3.2 Implementation of performance-based incentives schemes & guaranteed service programs 48
6.3.3.3 Changing utility industry 48

6.3.4 CHALLENGES 48
6.3.4.1 Upgrade of existing substation & feeder line protection 48
6.4 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 49
6.5 SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS 50
6.6 PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS 51
6.6.1 THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES 52
6.6.2 THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS 52
6.6.3 BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS 53
6.6.4 BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS 53
6.6.5 INTENSITY OF RIVALRY 54

7 RECLOSER MARKET, BY CONTROL 55
7.1 INTRODUCTION 56
7.2 ELECTRIC 57
7.3 HYDRAULIC 58

8 RECLOSER MARKET, BY PHASE TYPE 59
8.1 INTRODUCTION 60
8.2 THREE PHASE 60
8.3 SINGLE PHASE 61
8.4 TRIPLE-SINGLE PHASE 62

9 RECLOSER MARKET, BY VOLTAGE RATING 63
9.1 INTRODUCTION 64
9.1.1 UP TO 15 KV RECLOSER 65
9.1.2 16 KV–27 KV RECLOSER 66
9.1.3 ABOVE 27 KV RECLOSER 67

10 RECLOSER MARKET, BY REGION 68
10.1 INTRODUCTION 69
10.2 NORTH AMERICA 69
10.2.1 U.S. 72
10.2.2 MEXICO 73
10.2.3 CANADA 73
10.3 ASIA-PACIFIC 74
10.3.1 CHINA 77
10.3.2 INDIA 78
10.3.3 JAPAN 79
10.3.4 SOUTH KOREA 79
10.3.5 AUSTRALIA 80
10.3.6 REST OF ASIA-PACIFIC 81

10.4 EUROPE 81
10.4.1 RUSSIA 83
10.4.2 GERMANY 84
10.4.3 U.K. 84
10.4.4 ITALY 85
10.4.5 REST OF EUROPE 85
10.5 SOUTH AMERICA 86
10.5.1 BRAZIL 88
10.5.2 ARGENTINA 88
10.5.3 CHILE 89
10.5.4 REST OF SOUTH AMERICA 89
10.6 THE MIDDLE EAST 90
10.6.1 SAUDI ARABIA 92
10.6.2 KUWAIT 92
10.6.3 QATAR 93
10.6.4 UAE 93
10.6.5 REST OF THE MIDDLE EAST 94
10.7 AFRICA 95
10.7.1 SOUTH AFRICA 96
10.7.2 NIGERIA 97
10.7.3 GHANA 98
10.7.4 EGYPT 98
10.7.5 REST OF AFRICA 99

11 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 100
11.1 OVERVIEW 101
11.2 COMPETITIVE SITUATION & TRENDS 102
11.3 CONTRACTS & AGREEMENTS 104
11.4 NEW PRODUCT/TECHNOLOGY LAUNCHES 105
11.5 EXPANSIONS 105
11.6 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS 106

12 COMPANY PROFILES 107
(Company at a Glance, Recent Financials, Products & Services, Strategies & Insights, & Recent Developments)*
12.1 INTRODUCTION 107
12.2 ABB LTD. 108
12.3 EATON CORPORATION PLC. 111
12.4 GENERAL ELECTRIC 114
12.5 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC SA 117
12.6 SIEMENS AG 120
12.7 G&W ELECTRIC CO. 123
12.8 HUBBELL INCORPORATED 125
12.9 NOJA POWER 127
12.10 S&C ELECTRIC COMPANY 129
12.11 TAVRIDA ELECTRIC 130
*Details on company at a glance, recent financials, products & services, strategies & insights, & recent developments might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.

13 APPENDIX 131
13.1 INSIGHTS OF INDUSTRY EXPERTS 131
13.2 DISCUSSION GUIDE 131
13.3 KNOWLEDGE STORE: MARKETSANDMARKETS’ SUBSCRIPTION PORTAL 134
13.4 INTRODUCING RT: REAL-TIME MARKET INTELLIGENCE 136
13.5 AVAILABLE CUSTOMIZATIONS 137
13.6 RELATED REPORTS 137