District Heating & Cooling Market in-depth Industry Analysis with current trends and Future Estimations
Category: #Technology  By Rahul Varpe  Date: 2021-03-30
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District Heating & Cooling Market in-depth Industry Analysis with current trends and Future Estimations

District Heating & Cooling Market share is predicted to surpass USD 400 billion by 2024. Stringent environmental norms pertaining to GHG emissions along with the ongoing adoption of ecofriendly solutions will accelerate the district heating & cooling market growth. Extreme climatic conditions owing to increasing surface temperature primarily across the Middle East will foster the business landscape. For instance, as per the Clean Air Act, the U.S. EPA regulates the release of hazardous pollutants including CO2, NOX and SO2 emissions.

China district heating & cooling market is projected to exceed the consumption of 5,000 PJ by 2024. Rising demand for thermal energy across the commercial and residential sector coupled with rapid economic development will increase the product penetration. Escalating industrialization & urbanization owing to refurbishment of the existing infrastructure will positively impact the industry landscape. In 2016, a loan of USD 100 million was approved by the World Bank for the refurbishment of sustainable heating infrastructure across the province of Hebai.

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Rising investments toward the development of commercial & residential establishments across the transpiring economies coupled with stringent energy efficiency protocols will drive the district heating & cooling market. Lower thermal losses, flexibility of fuel options, high operational performance, ability to combat current cost pressures and ongoing technological advancements are some of the key parameters that will substantially augment the product demand.

Technological advancements in the CHP systems to provide sustainable power generation along with the increasing adoption of sustainable standards and codes will foster the commercial district heating & cooling market growth. In addition, the increasing investments pertaining to real-estate industry coupled with ongoing development across the service sector will increase the product demand. Innovative energy efficiency solutions, energy management systems and refurbishment of sustainable heating infrastructure will further complement the industry growth.

Low operating cost, easy installation, environmental performance and economic viability are some of the major factors that will accelerate the solar district heating & cooling market growth. The SDH plan proposed by European Commission aims at promoting and deploying of SDH systems across Denmark, Czech Republic, Germany and Italy. It further directs to add a capacity of approximately 8 GWth by the year 2020.

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Better quality of air and sustainability, improved production capabilities and easy compatibility are among the key advantages that will drive the district heating & cooling market share. Further, the technology is widely used across the commercial and residential establishments on the account of their providing electricity, ability for trigeneration and heat & cool simultaneously. Growing use of wasted thermal energy to generate power thereby reducing the GHG emissions is one of the major parameters positively impacting the industry landscape.

Eminent players serving the district heating & cooling market includes Stellar, Keppel, Veolia, Vattenfall, ADC, Korea District Heating, Goteborg, Cetetherm, Tabreed, Shinryo, Engie, SNC Lavalin, STEAG, Danfoss, Empower, Emicool, Qatar Cool, Logstor AS, Pal Technology, Fortum, Ramboll and NRG Energy.

Table Of Content

Chapter 1    Methodology & Scope

1.1   Methodology

1.2   Market definitions

1.3   Market estimation and forecast parameters

1.4   Data Sources

1.4.1   Primary

1.4.2   Secondary

1.4.2.1    Paid sources

1.4.2.2    Public sources

Chapter 2    Executive Summary

2.1   District heating & cooling 3600 synopsis, 2013 – 2024

2.1.1   Business trends

2.1.2   Energy source trends

2.1.3   Application trends

2.1.4   Regional trends

Chapter 3    District Heating & Cooling Industry Insights

3.1   Industry segmentation

3.2   Industry landscape, 2013 – 2024

3.3   Industry ecosystem analysis

3.3.1   District Heating

3.3.1.1    Scenario I

3.3.1.2    Scenario II

3.3.1.3    Scenario III

3.3.2   District cooling

3.3.3   Vendor matrix

3.4   Innovation & sustainability

3.4.1   Veolia

3.4.2   Siemens

3.4.3   Qatar Cool

3.4.4   Engie

3.5   Regulatory landscape

3.5.1   U.S.

3.5.1.1    U.S. Acts

3.5.1.2    U.S Federal agencies

3.5.1.3    Industry and non-governmental organizations

3.5.1.4    Federal Energy Management Program

3.5.1.5    New California Building Efficiency Standards

3.5.2   Europe

3.5.2.1    Energy Efficiency Plan, 2011

3.5.2.2    UK

3.5.2.3    Germany

3.5.2.4    German Energy Saving Ordinance (EnEV)

3.5.3   France

3.5.3.1    Energy Transition Act, 2015

3.5.3.2    DH zoning rule

3.5.4   Sweden

3.5.4.1    Energy taxation, subsidies, and fees

3.5.5   Finland

3.5.5.1    National energy policy

3.5.5.2    Building regulations

3.5.6   Norway

3.5.6.1    Net energy requirement for Buildings

3.5.7   China

3.5.7.1    China building energy codes

3.5.7.2    China’s HSWW standard

3.5.8   Singapore

3.5.8.1    District Cooling Act 2002

3.5.8.2    District cooling services supply code

3.5.9   Oman

3.5.10   Qatar

3.5.10.1   Low-voltage Electricity & Water Installations Regulations

3.5.10.1.1   District Cooling Design and Water Management Code 2016

3.5.11   United Arab Emirates (UAE)

3.5.11.1   Abu Dhabi

3.5.12   Saudi Arabia

3.6   Customer requirement

3.7   Customer group requirement

3.7.1   Residential & Commercial

3.7.2   Industrial

3.8   Entry Barriers

3.9   Price trend analysis, by region

3.9.1   District heating

3.9.2   District Cooling

3.10    Cost structure analysis

3.10.1   Levelized costs of district heating & cooling vs decentralized production

3.10.2   Network costs for district heating & cooling

3.10.3   Comparative costs of district heating & cooling sources

3.11    Global & regional heat statistics, 2010 – 2015, TJ

3.12    Heat generation stats from RE sources across key countries, 2010-2015

3.13    Share of renewable energy in heating, 2015-2016

3.14    Geothermal DH capacity installed in Europe per country, 2013-2014 (MWh)

3.15    Installed district heating & cooling capacity in key countries, GWth

3.15.1   District Heating

3.15.2   District Cooling

3.16    Development of future district heating & cooling solutions

3.16.1   INDIGO

3.16.2   FLEXYNETS

3.16.3   E2District

3.16.4   InDeal

3.16.5   H-DisNet (H-DisNet Hybrid Thermo-Chemical District Networks)

3.17    Case study analysis – Integrated DHC system in Stockholm

3.17.1   Project Overview

3.17.2   Key facts & figures

3.17.3   Customer Segmentation

3.17.4   Urban development & expansion of DHC

3.17.5   Policies & incentives supporting the DHC

3.18    Technical and operational parameters of district heating cooling systems

3.18.1   District heating

3.18.2   District cooling

3.19    Industry impact forces

3.19.1   Growth drivers

3.19.1.1   North America

3.19.1.1.1   Stringent regulations toward emissions

3.19.1.1.2   Favourable government policies towards renewable including CHP

3.19.1.2   Europe

3.19.1.2.1   Growing norms toward zero emission buildings

3.19.1.2.2   Growing focus toward the adoption of sustainable energy

3.19.1.2.3   Extreme climatic conditions

3.19.1.3   Asia Pacific

3.19.1.3.1   Rapid urbanization and industrialization

3.19.1.3.2   Regulations toward sustainable energy

3.19.1.4   Middle East

3.19.1.4.1   Rising infrastructural spending

3.19.2   Industry pitfalls & challenges

3.19.2.1   High capital cost

3.19.2.2   Volatile Prices

3.20    Growth potential analysis

3.21    Porter’s Analysis

3.22    Competitive landscape, 2017

3.22.1   Strategy dashboard

3.22.1.1   Engie

3.22.1.2   Veolia

3.22.1.3   DC Pro Engineering

3.22.1.4   Siemens

3.22.1.5   Emirates District Cooling LLC (EMICOOL)

3.22.1.6   Helen Oy

3.22.1.7   Statkraft AS

3.22.1.8   Ramboll Group A/S

3.22.1.9   STEAG GmbH

3.23    Competitive benchmarking

3.24    Degree of competition

3.24.1   District Heating

3.24.1.1   North America

3.24.1.2   Europe

3.24.1.3   Asia Pacific

3.24.2   District Cooling

3.24.2.1   North America

3.24.2.2   Europe

3.24.2.3   Asia Pacific

3.24.2.4   Middle East

3.25    PESTEL analysis

About Author

Rahul Varpe    

Rahul Varpe

Rahul Varpe currently writes for Technology Magazine. A communication Engineering graduate by education, Rahul started his journey in as a freelancer writer along with regular jobs. Rahul has a prior experience in writing as well as marketing of services and products ...

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