(EnergyIndustry.Net, September 10, 2023 ) As per Maximize Market research, the Utility Poles Market was USD 33.49 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.4 percent over the forecast period to reach USD 51.70 billion by 2029.
Utility Poles Market Report Scope and Research Methodology
The report's scope covers market overview, segmentation, competitive analysis, and future outlook, with ethical considerations and limitations disclosed. The utility poles market report aims to assess market size, trends, and key players. Research methodology involves data collection through primary and secondary sources, data analysis, expert interviews, and market forecasting.
The growing infrastructure drives the demand for new utility poles to maintain and enhance the reliability and safety of power and communication networks, which is expected to boost the Utility Poles market growth. Increasing awareness of environmental issues has led to a preference for eco-friendly and sustainable materials for utility poles, such as composite poles.
Utility Poles Market Regional Insights
Asia Pacific region dominated the market in the year 2022 and is expected to hold the largest utility poles market share during the forecast period. The Asia-Pacific region has experienced significant urbanization, which led to increased demand for utility poles to support expanding power transmission and telecommunication networks in cities and urban areas.
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