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Electrifying Growth: Construction & Agriculture Go Green as Market Hits $24.3B by 2032


Michael Chen

March 7, 2024 - 10:54 am


Pioneering the Future: Electric Construction and Agriculture Equipment Market Flourishes

WILMINGTON, Del., March 7, 2024 – Allied Market Research recently unveiled an in-depth analysis titled "Electric Construction and Agriculture Equipment Market by Type (Construction and Agriculture), Battery Capacity (75kWh up to 100 kW, 101 kW up to 125kW, and 126 kW to 150kW), and Electric Fuel Type (Battery Electric, Plug-in Hybrid, and Fuel Cell/Hydrogen): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2023-2032." The comprehensive report illuminates the significant strides and future projections within the electric construction and agriculture equipment sector. In 2022, the market stood strong at $3.6 billion and is forecasted to surge to a remarkable $24.3 billion by 2032, expanding at a CAGR of 21.1% between 2023 and 2032.

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Electric Equipment: A Game-Changer in Construction and Agriculture

Electric construction equipment, defined as machinery and vehicles utilized in construction tasks and powered by electricity instead of traditional fuels such as diesel or gasoline, stands at the edge of a revolution. These silent workhorses, capturing the power of electric motors and batteries, slash exhaust emissions to zero and substantially cut down noise pollution while promising enhanced efficiency. In the realm of agriculture, electric machinery tailored for a range of tasks from land preparation to harvesting, ushers in an era of eco-friendly and efficient farming.

Key Market Growth Catalysts

The primary engine propelling this market's growth is the burgeoning construction and infrastructure industry. Pioneering nations like Germany and the U.S., along with rising economies, are relentlessly pushing the envelope with innovative technologies in this arena to clinch and secure their market foothold throughout the forecasted period.

Report Highlights and Key Insights

The data-rich report spans an 811-page detailed analysis, covering core aspects from the forecast period timeline of 2023–2032, a thorough examination of the market in its base year of 2022, market segments flush with potential, and definitive industry drivers and restraints.

Segments in the Limelight The report unfolds the nuances of various segments within the market. It guides through type, battery capacity, electric fuel type, and geographies, delivering rich insights for strategic decision-making. Market drivers such as the need for silent construction, skyrocketing fuel prices, and the burgeoning construction sector stand as harbingers for growth. Meanwhile, challenges like extended charging times and inconsistent charging standards pose hurdles to overcome.

Segment-Specific Trends and Forecasts

The construction segment emerged as the revenue frontrunner in 2022 and is anticipated to ascend at a CAGR of 20.6%. The agriculture sector isn't far behind, with projections of a striking 27.5% CAGR during the same period.

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Division by Type At the heart of the market lies two primary classifications: construction and agriculture. The demand for electrically powered construction gear serves as the linchpin, driving the construction equipment segment forward. Innovations in hydraulics are instrumental in operating heavy machinery and signal untapped potential that bolsters the market. Vehicles like excavators, loaders, and dump trucks, switching gears to electric motors, showcase the pivotal migration from diesel to electric, enticed by the allure of zero emissions and heightened efficiency.

Battery Capacity Breakthroughs When it comes to battery capacity, three segments are in the spotlight: 75kWh up to 100 kW, 101 kW to 125kW, and 126 kW to 150kW. The 75kWh to 100 kW bracket, in particular, captures more than half of the market's revenue. It encompasses compact loaders and micro excavators optimal for less demanding architectural and agricultural endeavors that demand agility in tight spaces. This spectrum of power capacity infuses flexibility into electric machines, essential for agriculture and construction.

Dominance of the Plug-In Hybrid Segment The electric fuel type category is subdivided into battery electric, plug-in hybrid, and fuel cell/hydrogen-equipped vehicles. In 2022, plug-in hybrids clinched a majority stake in terms of revenue. Key factors propelling this segment include escalating manufacturer efforts to cater to diverse consumer requirements and government incentives galvanizing PHEV adoption. Additionally, battery technology and engine efficiency enhancements are poised to heighten the appeal of PHEVs due to improved all-electric range and performance.

Regional Reign and Market Potential North America reigned supreme in market share revenue accolades in 2022. However, Asia-Pacific is forecasted to stride with significant CAGR throughout the forecast period. China stands as a titan in the Asia-Pacific league. Emerging infrastructures in countries like South Korea and India herald untapped market opportunities despite the preceding liquidity crisis in 2019 that staggered the construction industry.

The escalation of environmental awareness and the burgeoning demand for green solutions underpin the market progression within Asia-Pacific. Government endorsement, economic growth-related market prospects, and an unwavering commitment to technical innovation steer the market's trajectory. Sustainability in the construction and agricultural sector serves as the cornerstone for prospective market expansion.

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In the Vanguard: Leading Market Players

Prominent contenders shaping the future of this market include:

  • Komatsu Ltd.
  • AB Volvo
  • KUBOTA Corporation
  • Caterpillar
  • Deere and Company
  • Doosan Corporation
  • Sandvik AB
  • Epicroc
  • Liebherr Group
  • Hitachi

These paragons of industry have adopted strategies encompassing product launches, expansions, and acquisitions, delineating a strategic tapestry aimed at market share ascension and preservation.

The aforementioned report offers an exhaustive critique of these trailblazers, underscoring business maneuvers, operating segments, and robust product portfolios, culminating in a vivid competitive landscape picture.

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About Allied Market Research

Headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware, Allied Market Research (AMR) stands as a full-service market research and business consulting division of Allied Analytics LLP. The firm offers unmatched quality in its market intelligence and strategic counsel, aiding businesses of all sizes in steering through market decisions and fostering sustainable growth within their market spheres. CEO Pawan Kumar's guiding philosophy encourages meticulous market data analysis and client-centric assistance that resonate throughout the organization’s ethos.

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In a nutshell, the report curated by Allied Market Research brings forth a panoramic view of the burgeoning electric construction and agriculture equipment market. With strategic insights and regional analysis, it remains an indispensable resource for industry stakeholders who aim to navigate the shifting tides of this dynamic sector.