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Level Sensors Market worth $6.1 billion by 2025 – Exclusive Report by MarketsandMarkets™

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CHICAGO, Nov. 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The report “Level Sensors Market by Technology (Contact, Non-Contact), Type (Ultrasonic, Hydrostatic, Magnetostrictive), Monitoring (Continuous, Point Level), End-use Application (Industrial Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Chemical), and Geography – Global Forecast to 2025”,  published by MarketsandMarkets™, the Level Sensor Market is projected to reach USD 6.1 billion by 2025 from USD 4.3 billion in 2020, it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.5% from 2020 to 2025. Factors such as the reduction in the size of sensors, rising adoption of level sensors in process industries, and rising use of IIoT solutions, stable vehicle production worldwide drive the growth of the level sensors market. Rising adoption of industry 4.0 and increasing use of level sensors in environmental applications would provide significant opportunities for the level sensors market.

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Based on technologies, the non-contact segment of the level sensors market is projected to grow at the highest CAGR from 2020 and 2025.

Based on technology, non-contact level sensors are expected to grow at the fastest rate in the level sensors market. While contact level sensors enjoy widespread penetration across several industry verticals and products, they are slowly being replaced by non-contact level sensors, as the latter is more accurate and sophisticated and uses electronic technologies such as capacitive, conductivity, and ultrasonic.

Based on types, the ultrasonic segment of the level sensors market is projected to grow at the highest CAGR from 2020 and 2025.

Based on types, the ultrasonic level sensors are expected to grow at the fastest rate.  Based on type, the ultrasonic sensors market segment is expected to hold the largest share as well as grow at the fastest rate during the forecast period. The ultrasonic level sensor is a non-contact type level sensor that is widely used across industries such as oil & gas, industrial manufacturing, chemical, and energy & power, among others. Since ultrasonic sensors do not have any moving parts, they can measure levels without making any physical contact with the object, making them ideal for adoption in the oil & gas, chemicals, and pharmaceutical industries, among others

Based on monitoring types, the point level monitoring segment of the level sensors market is projected to grow at the highest CAGR from 2020 and 2025.

Based on monitoring types, the level sensors market has been segmented into point level monitoring and continuous level monitoring. Point level monitoring sensors detect when the substance being measured reaches a predefined limit. A sensor that is designed for point level detection will detect the medium at a certain point in the container. The major applications of point level detection lie in process tanks, storage tanks, silos, and pipelines in the process industry. Vibratory probe, rotating paddle, and admittance type level sensors are used for the monitoring of solids, whereas magnetic & mechanical float, pneumatic, and conductive level sensors are used for monitoring liquids.

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Based on end users, the industrial manufacturing segment of the level sensors market is projected to grow at the highest CAGR from 2020 and 2025.

Based on end-users, the level sensors market has been segmented into consumer goods, industrial manufacturing, oil & gas, energy & power, chemical, pharmaceutical, wastewater, healthcare, and others. The major users of these level sensing technologies are process industries. The end-users of level sensors are diverse in terms of the nature of their business and the type of application being measured. The major end-users in the level sensors market are the industrial, power, automotive, and consumer sectors.

The level sensors market in APAC is projected to grow at the highest CAGR from 2020 to 2025.

The level sensors market has been studied for North America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), and the Rest of the World (RoW). The market in APAC is expected to grow at the highest CAGR between 2020 and 2025. Government initiatives and an extensive industrial base are the major factors that make APAC a dynamic region for level sensors, with China and India being the major contributors to the market in APAC.

ABB (Switzerland), Emerson (US), Endress+Hauser (Switzerland), Vega Grieshaber KG (Germany), Siemens (Germany), Honeywell (US), AMETEK (US), Schneider Electric (France), TE Connectivity (Switzerland), Gems Sensors (US) are some of the key players operating in the level sensors market.

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Dakota Power wins N.J. project approval, has billion-dollar solar plans

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In addition to the 50 MW project, Dakota Power Partners has proposed developing at least five more utility-scale solar facilities across the Garden State.

Dakota Power Partners, which said it intends to invest $1 billion in utility-scale solar in New Jersey, has won approval for the developer’s first solar farm as part of what could become a large project portfolio.

The Millville Planning Board unanimously approved the 50 MW solar farm during its monthly meeting on January 12, clearing the way for construction to begin by year’s end. Called Nabb Solar I, the project will be located in western Millville and is anticipated to begin operation in fall 2022.

Timothy Daniels, Dakota’s principal and co-founder, said the local officials were “quick to see the value of this project.”

Over the 30-year expected life of the project, Nabb Solar I is estimated to generate a total of approximately $7.8 million in taxes. Dakota said it will pay annual real estate taxes of approximately $102,295 to the City of Millville, $67,547 to Millville Public Schools, and $98,166 to Cumberland County, for a total of $268,008 in local taxes per year.

Joe Derella, director of the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners, called the project a “massive $70 million investment in our region” that will create hundreds of jobs.

“This is what the future of energy looks like in New Jersey,” said Millville Mayor Mike Santiago.

Nabb Solar I is one of six similar New Jersey projects being proposed by Dakota Power Partners, which has offices in Millville and Denver, Colorado. In total, Dakota is proposing a $1 billion utility-scale solar investment in the Garden State.

Utilizing a portfolio of utility-scale solar and solar+storage projects across the state, the company said it intends to achieve generating capacity totaling more than 1 GW in New Jersey.

According Dakota, the company has participated in the development of more than 3.15 GW of operating and in-construction wind and solar projects around the U.S., representing an aggregate capital investment in rural communities in excess of $3.8 billion.

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National lab and Youngstown State partner to develop battery manufacturing workforce

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The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory is partnering with Ohio’s Youngstown State University on a $1 million project to advance workforce development for the battery manufacturing industry.

According to the DOE, the new Energy Storage Workforce Innovation Center will serve as a training center based in the Midwest. It will support the battery and electric vehicle (EV) manufacturing industry in the northeast region of Ohio–referred to as “Voltage Valley” due to the EV sector’s regional investments–by helping supply a capable workforce.

The DOE said the U.S. is in a period of “tremendous advancement in battery technologies, presenting new opportunities for electric vehicles and energy storage systems,” and it’s essential to “prepare a workforce that will lead the next generation of energy storage technologies into practice.”

This effort supports the DOE’s Energy Storage Grand Challenge, which draws on the research capabilities of the U.S. national laboratories, universities, and industry to accelerate the development of energy storage technologies. The DOE added that the Energy Storage Grand Challenge Roadmap outlines a department-wide strategy to accelerate innovation across a range of storage technologies and develop a skilled workforce based on three concepts: Innovate Here, Make Here, and Deploy Everywhere.

U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan, representing Ohio’s 13th District, called this new partnership a “great example of how government can work to bolster efforts on the ground in our community to dominate in the clean energy economy.”

The $1 million project is sponsored by the DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s Vehicle Technologies Office and the Advanced Manufacturing Office.

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Drought conditions could impact power generation in the West

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Ongoing drought and low snowpack mean that hydro production at two big dams could be impacted, affecting the West’s power supply in 2021.

Ongoing drought in parts of the West could trigger water conservation measures across seven states this year.

It would mark the first time that cutbacks outlined in drought contingency plans drafted two years ago have been put in place.

Everything from hydroelectric power generation to agricultural production to the bubbling fountains at Las Vegas casinos could be impacted.

Impacts on hydro generation could have ripple effects across the Southwest, including solar and energy storage.

A forecast released in mid-January by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation said that the federally owned Lake Mead and Lake Powell — the nation’s two largest reservoirs and critical storage for Colorado River water and its 40 million users — are both approaching near-record-low levels. If those levels continue dropping as expected, agreements signed by the seven Colorado River Basin states in 2019 will go into effect, with water deliveries curtailed to keep the federal government from stepping in and imposing cuts of its own.

The Upper Colorado River basin region includes all or parts of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming. Drought has been an ongoing problem across much of the region for most of the century. The Bureau of Reclamation’s latest quarterly report showed Lake Powell at 42% of capacity and Lake Mead at 40%.

Three hydro plants that could be affected as water levels fall are the 1,312 MW station built at Glen Canyon Dam in 1964, and two hydro plants at Hoover Dam, which were built in 1936 and have a combined capacity of 2,078 MW.

In 2019, the Glen Canyon station generated nearly 4 million MWh of electricity. Combined, the two Hoover Dam stations generated roughly 3.4 million MWh, according to S&P Global.

The Bureau of Reclamation said in its report that during the 21-year period from 2000 to 2020, inflow to Lake Powell, which is a good measure of hydrologic conditions in the Colorado River Basin, was above average in only four of the past 19 years. It said the period 2000-2020 was the lowest 21-year period since the closure of Glen Canyon Dam in 1963.

The report said that under the current most probable forecast, the total water-year 2021 inflow to Lake Powell would be 5.72 million acre-feet, or roughly 53% of average.

If worst-case projections materialize, the water level at Lake Powell could drop below a critical level — measured as 3,525 feet above sea level — in early 2022, threatening the ability of Glen Canyon Dam to generate electricity.

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Clorox achieves renewables goal for U.S., Canadian operations four years early

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The manufacturer reached its target with the help of a 70 MW virtual power purchase agreement with a Texas solar project.

The Clorox Co., whose products help consumers clean their homes and businesses, has turned to renewables to help clean the environment.

In an announcement, Clorox said it has reached its goal to power the company’s U.S. and Canadian operations using 100% renewable electricity. Part of the corporation’s environmental, social, and governance commitments, the target was achieved four years earlier than originally planned, thanks, in large part, to a solar contract.

In 2019, Clorox signed a 12-year virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA) to buy 70 MW annually from Enel Green Power’s Roadrunner solar project in Texas. Enel kicked off construction on the 497 MW Roadrunner facility in 2019 and completed the two-phase project in late 2020, making it one of the largest solar plants in the Lone Star State.

Moving forward, Clorox will maintain its 100% renewable electricity goal through the VPPA and other market purchases of renewable energy credits. Schneider Electric Energy & Sustainability Services advised the company on the deals.

Ed Huber, Clorox’s chief sustainability officer, said the manufacturer feels “a sense of urgency to address climate change” and recognizes “businesses play an important role in driving needed progress.”

Clorox also joined a coalition of other corporations–including Amazon, McDonalds, Pepsi Co., Walmart, and Facebook–calling on the Biden Administration to help pave the way for a zero-carbon U.S. power sector.

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