Atmospheric Water Generator Market 2023 to Witness Major Growth by 2027 |

According to Fortune Business Insights The global Atmospheric Water Generator Industry size is expected to touch USD 6,214.9 million by 2027 on account of the rising demand for potable water and decline in the availability of freshwater. As per a recent report published by Fortune Business Insights. The value of this market was USD 1,940.8 million and will rise at a CAGR of 18.1% between 2020 and 2027.

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https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/atmospheric-water-generator-market-103321

Drivers & Restraints-

Advent of Smart Technology into Water Generators to Add Impetus

The rise in industrialization and urbanization have led machines to overpower natural habitat. A decline in freshwater sources has been observed so as to provide more space for new buildings and recreational spaces. The decline in the level of freshwater sources, coupled with the increasing industrialization and urbanization are the key factors promoting the atmospheric water generators market growth. Besides this, the stringent regulations imposed on environment and water safety will also aid in favor of the market.

Industrial Segment Gained Dominance Owing to High Demand for Water

The global market for atmospheric water generators is dominated by the industrial section based on segmentation by application with a 74.5% share earned in 2019. The growth of this section is attributed to the large quantity of water used in industries and manufacturing units. Large scale industries are now acquiring economical and sustainable water solutions such as atmospheric water generators to meet the increasing demand for water.

Regional Analysis-

The Middle East and Africa Dominated Market Owing to Extreme Water Scarcity

The weather conditions in the Middle East and Africa is majorly responsible for scarcity of water. The aforementioned regions are heavily dependent on desalination plants and water bottles to suffice to their daily needs. The use of air to water systems in this region helps this region to produce more potable water more economically. Therefore, this region dominated the market in 2019 and are likely to continue doing so in the coming years as well.

Additionally, North America earned 217.8 million in 2019 and Asia Pacific is expected to rise at a CAGR of 21.1% in the forecast period accountable to the increasing water scarcity problems in South-east Asian Nations.