The global PV inverter market size is expected to reach $35,73-billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of 13,7% according to a new report by Grand View Research.

Growing demand for solar energy-generated clean electricity across several end-use markets along with a reduction in renewable power generation costs is likely to strengthen market growth over the forecast period.

Increasing demand for steady power supply in harsh climatic conditions or remote locations has led to the enhanced deployment of off-grid solar PV systems, thereby propelling the PV inverter product demand across such locations. In addition, favorable government policies and initiatives regarding the clean fuel usage agenda are expected to further bolster industry growth.

The market is consolidated and highly competitive in terms of huge demand and vertically integrated market players. Technological advancements due to extensive R&D investments have led to more competitiveness in the industry. Some of the key competitive factors for the market include product quality, brand, maintenance, and distribution network.

Persistent pressure on equipment suppliers due to anti-dumping tariffs is anticipated to hinder the market growth over the forecast period. Such duties have been levied by several countries on account of price deterioration that has hampered the domestic market for solar equipment. The tremendous price declines have forced nations such as the U.S. to levy anti-dumping duties on the inflow of cheaper equipment from countries such as China.