• Apr 21, 2016

    This year's Middle East Electricity (MEE) show held in March wrapped up with a little less electricity in the air than in previous years. While the show was busy, the mood around the generator set pavilions was not as positive as in past years. That does not come as a surprise for Power Systems Research (PSR), given the current low level of oil prices and the instability that is affecting the Middle East and North Africa. 

    Despite all, many OEMs and engine manufacturers introduced new products during the fair.

    Many major projects in the Gulf area and other >Read more

  • Dec 4, 2015

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    BRUSSELS (Dec. 4, 2015)--PowerTracker™ International surveys 2015 results released today provide an optimistic view on the outlook for power generation sales in 2016. 

    PowerTracker™ International and Powertracker™ North America are barometer surveys conducted on a regular basis to monitor the market trends and demand for all engine-powered generator sets across key markets.

    The surveys >Read more

  • Sep 18, 2015

    Power Systems Research
    Staff Report

    ST. PAUL, Minn., (Aug. 14, 2015)—As we look at calendar year 2016 for the United States, we see a parade of question marks, any one of which can upset the tidy forecast we’re trying to assemble.

    Overall, we see modest growth across the economy—about 3%--but we’re wondering about the U.S. elections, the uncertainty of actions by the Federal Reserve Bank, continued problems in the Agricultural sector, dropping gasoline prices, foreign financial difficulties, >Read more

  • Mar 18, 2015


    SUMMARY: The expectations for 2015 remain positive at a global level, although sales will vary across different regions. North America, South America and Asia Pacific forecast a slow pace of growth. Europe will still 

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