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Solar District Heating Market worth over $4bn by 2028

  • Published Date: March 4, 2022

Solar District Heating Market size is set to surpass USD 4 billion by 2028, as reported in the latest study by Global Market Insights Inc.

The market growth is owing to the improving standard of living, demographic changes, and a surge in disposable income along with the rapid development of urban areas. The introduction of energy standards in line with the ongoing acceptance of sustainable heating technologies will fuel the industry expansion.

Initiatives by utilities and governments to restart industrial & commercial operations for effective management post-pandemic breakout will accelerate the market progression

The pandemic outbreak had a slight impact on the industry revenue. Central governments and regulatory bodies have imposed full-scale lockdown to decrease the community transmission of this virus. This has affected operations across all verticals attributed to the complete shutdown of commercial & industrial establishments. However, considering the ongoing R&D activities toward the development of vaccines to curb the spread of this disease will favor the industry demand.

Rising concerns related to torrid climatic conditions and global warming coupled with the development of green building codes & standards to augment the market demand

The large-scale SDH systems will witness growth due to the continuous investments across commercial and industrial establishments. Wide applicability across district and block heating systems including hotels, multifamily buildings, sports centers, data centers, and industries along with growing investments in infrastructure development will foster the market revenue. In addition, low specific and alternative costs compared to small-scale systems will enhance product adoption. Favorable regulations toward sustainable DH solutions in line with rapid changes in surface temperatures across regions to drive the product demand.

Browse key industry insights spread across 390 pages with 648 market data tables & 36 figures & charts from the report, Solar District Heating Market Size, By System (Small {Residential, Commercial, Industrial}, Large {Residential, Commercial, Industrial}), By Application (Residential, Commercial {College/University, Office, Government/Military}, Industrial {Chemical, Refinery, Paper}), COVID-19 Impact Analysis, Regional Outlook, Application Potential, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2022 – 2028”, in detail along with the table of contents:


Growing investments in the development of sustainable energy solutions will complement the market expansion

The introduction of energy efficiency standards along with rising investments in the integration of renewable energy technologies will boost the market value. Increasing floor space in the commercial sector to meet rising energy demand along with the adoption of efficient heating solutions will stimulate the industry growth. Strict government reforms on sustainable building solutions in line with promising government-assisted renewable policies for the commercial sector will spur the product demand. Furthermore, growing investments in the real-estate industry will positively sway the industry progression.

Favorable government norms to curb carbon emissions in line with rising renewable investments to drive the regional expansion

Asia Pacific market is predicted to reach USD 1 billion by 2028. Government policies followed by rapid urbanization and increasing investments in the development of the residential sector have instituted a favorable business scenario. The rapid economic growth coupled with the increasing heating demand will influence the product penetration. Moreover, the introduction of various strategies and plans for energy-efficient heat generation will impel the industry value.

Ongoing partnerships and agreements combined with strategic collaborations among key companies will propel the market dynamics

Eminent players functioning across the market include KELAG Energie & Wärme, Fortum, Korea District Heating, Göteborg Energi, Keppel Corporation, LOGSTOR, Ramboll Group, Ørsted, RWE, NRG Energy, Statkraft, Shinryo Corporation, STEAG, Savosolar, Vattenfall, and Aalborg CSP. Strategic implications including agreements, joint ventures, mergers, partnerships, and technological developments by prominent industry leaders to strengthen their market presence.

Authors: Ankit Gupta, Abhishek Chopra