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District Cooling Market Detail Analysis focusing on Application, Production Technique and Regional Outlook

Author : Ronak Bora | Published Date : 2020-09-17 

District cooling market growth is driven by rising adoption of smart technologies and increasing government initiatives that tackle carbon emissions.

The impending threat of climate change brought on by the ever increasing issue of carbon emissions is pushing the adoption of renewable energy sources. This change is transforming several industry landscapes and is expected to shape the overall district cooling market outlook in coming future. 

Meanwhile, climate change is also increasing use of temperature control solutions. This can most notable be seen in commercial and residential sectors. In fact, from a regional perspective, changing climactic conditions in Central Europe, APAC and the Middle East are favoring space cooling product adoption.

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The rising global warming concerns have prompted the world to undertake urgent damage control initiatives. District cooling market primarily benefits from this proliferating trend that is gaining traction across most countries worldwide. For instance, Paris has taken a step further in expanding its district cooling system which makes use of underground pipe network. It has been claimed that the expansion of the cooling network would form a part of the criteria in the latest tender for the operation of the network which since last 30 years has been operated by Climespace.

This expansion is most likely to produce positive industry outlook for Paris in the regional hierarchy of district cooling market during 2020-2026. This move is undeniably, also indicative of the rising demand that district cooling systems may have in the coming years.

Companies are now showcasing high inclination towards deploying smart and sustainable technologies. The adoption of these technologies in tandem with stringent government laws regarding the reduction of carbon emissions would accelerate the demand of district cooling systems on a large scale globally over the forecast period.

In this regard, it is prudent to mention that the demand for renewable energy technologies is also effectively rising. Various country governments are heftily investing towards the incorporation of clean energy technology for the promotion of sustainable living. Additionally, the fluctuating climatic conditions across the regions of Central Europe, South Asia and MEA have strongly propelled the district cooling market dynamics over the years.

The European district cooling market has been growing at a stagnant rate between 1% to 3% with very few significant developments being taken place. The ongoing R&D activities and stringent regulatory framework for carbon emissions, it can be expected that the industry effectively will grow across the region. Furthermore, a paradigm shift toward sustainable energy solutions owing to the economic and environmental benefits will provide opportunities for business expansion.

Some major findings of the district cooling market report include:

  • Demand for sustainable energy cooling technologies is growing on account of exponential increase in cooling consumption.
  • Stringent energy efficiency norms & regulations to reduce emissions is anticipated to drive the industry growth.
  • Accelerating investments toward clean energy technology
  • Leading players in the district cooling market includes Ramboll, Danfoss, Vattenfall, Veolia, Fortum and Engie
  • Industry players are focusing toward extensive research & development activities and numerous initiatives to augment their industry presence.
  • Regulatory authorities are aiming toward emission reductions and energy efficiency which has led to a significant increase in the DC installation.

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The key players dominating the global DC market include Danfoss, Vattenfall, Ramboll, Engie, Fortum, and Veolia.

Table of Contents (ToC) of the report:

Chapter 3    District Cooling Market Insights

3.1    Industry segmentation

3.2    Industry landscape, 2015 – 2026

3.3    Industry ecosystem analysis

3.3.1    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    Federal Energy Management Program

3.5.1.2    New California Building Efficiency Standards

3.5.2    Europe

3.5.2.1    Energy Efficiency Plan, 2011

3.5.3    Germany

3.5.3.1    German Energy Saving Ordinance (EnEV)

3.5.4    France

3.5.4.1    Energy Transition Act, 2015

3.5.4.2    DH zoning rule

3.5.5    Sweden

3.5.5.1    Energy taxation, subsidies, and fees

3.5.6    Finland

3.5.6.1    National energy policy

3.5.6.2    Building regulations

3.5.7    Norway

3.5.7.1    Net energy requirement for Buildings

3.5.8    Oman

3.5.9    Qatar

3.5.9.1    Low-voltage Electricity & Water Installations Regulations

3.5.9.1.1    District Cooling Design and Water Management Code 2016

3.5.10    United Arab Emirates (UAE)

3.5.10.1    Abu Dhabi

3.5.11    Saudi Arabia

3.5.12    China

3.5.12.1    China building energy codes

3.5.12.2    China’s HSWW standard

3.5.13    Singapore

3.5.13.1    District Cooling Act 2002

3.5.13.2    District cooling services supply code

3.6    Price trend analysis

3.6.1    North America

3.6.2    Europe

3.6.3    Asia Pacific

3.6.4    Middle East

3.7    Cost structure analysis

3.7.1    Levelized costs of district cooling

3.7.2    Network cost of district cooling

3.7.3    Comparative cost of district cooling sources

3.8    Installed district cooling capacity across key countries, 2013

3.9    Customer requirement

3.10    Customer group requirement

3.11    Entry barriers

3.12    Development of future district heating & cooling solutions

3.12.1    INDIGO

3.12.2    FLEXYNETS

3.12.3    E2District

3.12.4    InDeal

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

3.13    Case study analysis – Integrated DHC system in Stockholm

3.13.1    Project Overview

3.13.2    Key facts & figures

3.13.3    Urban development & expansion of DHC

3.13.4    Policies & incentives supporting the DHC

3.14    Degree of competition

3.14.1    North America

3.14.2    Europe

3.14.3    Asia Pacific

3.14.4    Middle East

3.15    Opportunity analysis

3.15.1    North America

3.15.2    Europe

3.15.3    Asia Pacific

3.15.4    Middle East

3.16    Industry impact forces

3.16.1    Growth drivers

3.16.1.1    North America

3.16.1.1.1    Stringent regulations toward emissions

3.16.1.2    Europe

3.16.1.2.1    Growing norms toward zero emission buildings

3.16.1.2.2    Growing focus toward the adoption of sustainable energy

3.16.1.3    Asia Pacific

3.16.1.3.1    Rapid urbanization and industrialization

3.16.1.3.2    Regulations toward sustainable energy

3.16.1.4    Middle East

3.16.1.4.1    Rising infrastructural spending

3.16.1.4.2    Extreme climatic conditions

3.16.2    Industry pitfalls & challenges

3.16.2.1    High capital cost

3.17    Growth potential analysis

3.18    Porter’s Analysis

3.19    Competitive landscape, 2018

3.19.1    Strategy dashboard

3.19.1.1    Engie

3.19.1.2    Veolia

3.19.1.3    DC Pro Engineering

3.19.1.4    Siemens

3.19.1.5    Emirates District Cooling LLC (EMICOOL)

3.19.1.6    Helen Oy

3.19.1.7    SNC Lavalian

3.20    Competitive benchmarking

3.21    PESTEL Analysis

Chapter 4    District Cooling Market, By Production Technique

4.1    District cooling market share by production technique, 2019 & 2026

4.2    Free cooling

4.2.1    Global market from free cooling, 2015 - 2026

4.2.2    Global market from free cooling, by region, 2015 – 2026

4.3    Absorption cooling

4.3.1    Global market from absorption cooling, 2015 - 2026

4.3.2    Global market from absorption cooling, by region, 2015 – 2026

4.4    Heat pumps

4.4.1    Global market from heat pumps, 2015 - 2026

4.4.2    Global market from heat pumps, by region, 2015 – 2026

4.5    Electric chillers

4.5.1    Global market from electric chillers, 2015 - 2026

4.5.2    Global market from electric chillers, by region, 2015 – 2026

4.6    Others

4.6.1    Global market from others, 2015 - 2026

4.6.2    Global market from others, by region, 2015 – 2026

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Ronak Bora

Ronak Bora

A graduate in Electronics Engineering, Ronak writes for fractovia and carries a rich experience in digital marketing, exploring how the online world works from a technical and marketing perspective. His other areas of interest include reading, music, and sport. [email protected] | https://twitter.com/RonakBora26

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