The global District Heating and Cooling Market revenue is expected to reach around US$ 17.87 Bn by 2026 and growing at a CAGR of 4.2% over the forecast period 2020 to 2026.
Major lead players in the District Heating and cooling market such as ENGIEc Fortum, STEAG, Empower, ADC Energy Systems, rsted A/S, Vattenfall, Tabreed, RWE AG, Logstor, Emicool and Shinryo.
The earliest examples of district heating were Roman hypocausts, a type of hot-air furnace often adapted to warm several buildings in close proximity, such as the three temples at Carnutum (Vienna). The hypocaust and other Roman technologies were reintroduced during the Renaissance, serving primarily as starting points for improvements.
Sept 2020- In the summer of 2020, the European Commission published the long-awaited Strategy on Energy System Integration. The strategy aims to set out a vision of how to accelerate the transition towards a more integrated energy system, supporting decarbonisation across sectors while promoting growth and technological innovation. The document recognizes the role of district heating and cooling in achieving these objectives.
May 2020 E.ON and partners have introduced a new low-carbon district heating and cooling service for municipalities in Germany. The mechanism was developed in partnership with Avacon, municipal companies, the real estate industry, as well as research partners such as RWTH Aachen University for cities in the Rhine and Ruhr area. The service has been developed as part of the “Reallabore of the Energy Transition” competition which was organised by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy.
Oct 2020- ENGIE focused on research -Faced with the climate emergency and the need to reduce polluting emissions, it is now essential to find innovative solutions that contribute to the transition to carbon neutrality. ENGIE is investing and working to conceive new digital solutions for energy services or for the circular economy. With one purpose: decarbonize human activities. With its employees, research teams, start-up incubators and investments in start-ups, ENGIE has built a single ecosystem focused on innovation. In recent years, the Group has successfully imagined and rolled out solutions around sustainable mobility, decentralized energy, Connected buildings, land management, hydrogen and energy storage solutions. Australian city wants to become a net zero energy city by 2038, thanks to ENGIE. Since then, the project has become a benchmark for the development of sustainable cities.
Growing awareness about environmental protection and changing the preference of manufacturers from conventional to energy efficient heating and cooling technology are believed to spur the growth of the district heating and cooling market in the upcoming years. Further, growing urbanization and industrialization are some of the major factors behind the growth of district heating and cooling market.
Segmentation of market splits in on the type, application and region. By type it includes District Heating and District Cooling. By Application it has been Residential, Commercial and Industrial. In terms of geography, the district heating and cooling market is analyzed into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and Middle East & Africa. Among these regions, Asia-Pacific is account for the highest percentage of market share in overall district heating and cooling market during the forecast period. Rise in demand for cooling owing to high temperature and increasing investment on infrastructure projects are believed to intensify the growth rate of Asia Pacific district heating and cooling market in the upcoming years. North America accounted for the high market share of the district heating and cooling market and the region is also expected to maintain its dominance over the forecast period.it is anticipated to flourish at a CAGR of 6.0% during the forecast period i.e. 2020-2025.
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