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District Heating Market to Reach $204.74 Billion by 2027; Massive Investments in Integration of Concepts such as AI and IoT will Emerge in Favor of Market Growth

September 09, 2020 | Energy & Power

The global district heating market size is projected to reach USD 204.74 billion by the end of 2027. Technological integration has had a huge say on the growth of the market in recent years, with concepts such as AI and data learning taking centre stage. According to a report published by Fortune Business Insights, titled “District Heating Market Size, Share & COVID-19 Impact Analysis, By Heat Source (Coal, Natural Gas, Renewables, Oil & Petroleum Products, and Others), By Plant Type (Boiler, CHP, Others), By Application (Residential, Commercial, Industrial), and Regional Forecast, 2020-2027,” the market was worth USD 173.42 billion in 2019 and will exhibit a CAGR of 2.2% during the forecast period, 2020-2027.

District heating involves the distribution of heat that is generated in a centralized system. The heat is circulated through insulated pipes to within the commercial or industrial block. The applications of this can vary across different industries. Among all applications, the concept is widely used in manufacturing units. The massive investments in district heating are consequential to their ability to dissipate heat and regulate the temperature within enclosed spaces. The product is also extensively used in crop production units such as poly-houses and greenhouses. Accounting to the rising demand for these system across the world, several companies have entered the market in the past few years. The health market competition will compel companies to focus on innovative concepts and altogether, these factors will ultimately influence the growth of the overall market in the foreseeable future.

Ministry of Mining and Energy to Provide Funds for 6 District Heating Projects in Serbia

The report highlights a few of the major industry developments of recent times and discusses their impact on the growth of the global market. Among all factors, the increasing investments taken to set-up as well as maintain district heating units have had the highest impact on market growth. In October 2019, the Ministry of Mining and Energy announced that it will sponsor heating plants in six municipality projects in Serbia. The primary aim of this initiative is to switch from fossil fuels to biomass. The organization announced that it will provide EUR 26.7 million for setting up these heating units across these regions. The projects will begin Priboj and Zvornik in 2022 and will be followed by the remaining regions in this sector. Increasing number of such initiatives that favor the use of this across the world will have a huge impact on the growth of the overall market in the coming years.

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Government Initiatives taken to Improve District Heating will have a Massive Impact on Market Growth

The increasing number of efforts taken by governments across the world to improve as well as maximize the use of this heating will have a huge impact on the growth of the overall market。 The increasing number of sustainable projects, coupled with the rising emphasis on integrating advanced technologies and concepts in these system will bode well for the growth of the global market in the foreseeable future。 The rising awareness regarding carbon emissions and degrading air quality will create several growth opportunities。

Ramboll, Danfoss Group, and Veolia Among the Leading Companies in Recent Years

The global market is slightly fragmented in nature with several large scale companies operating on a large scale in several countries across the world. Accounting to this, SMEs are focusing on implementing latest concepts and developing innovative technologies with the aim of establishing a stronghold in the market. On the global platform, Ramboll, Danfoss Group, and Veolia have consistently performed excellent in the past few years.

List of companies profiled in the report:

  • Danfoss Group (Denmark)

  • Ramboll (Denmark)

  • Dall Energy (Denmark)

  • Veolia (France)

  • Helen (Finland)

  • Alfa Level (Sweden)

  • GE (United States)

  • COWI (Denmark)

  • Statkraft (Norway)

  • Uniper (Germany)

  • ENGIE (France)

  • ABB (Switzerland)

  • Kelvion (Germany)

  • GRUNDFOS (Denmark)

  • E.on Energy Services (Germany)

  •  FVB Energy Inc. (United States)

  • NextGen Heating (United Kingdom)

Industry Developments:

  • August 2019: A new £6 million project was launched by first minister Nicola Sturgeon which is named Stirling district heat network project. The project was developed in collaboration with Scottish water horizons and the Stirling council. The project is first of its kind and will be providing affordable and low carbon heat to the local Stirling community. 

The global district heating market is segmented on the basis of:



Study Period


Base Year


Forecast Period


Historical Period



  Value (USD Billion) and Volume (GWth)


By Heat Source

  • Renewables

  • Coal

  • Natural Gas

  • Oil & Petroleum Products

  • Others

By Plant Type

  • Boiler

  • CHP

  • Others

By Application

  • Residential

  • Commercial

  • Industrial

By Geography

  • North America (the U.S. and Canada)

  • Europe (the UK, Germany, Finland, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Slovakia, Poland, Denmark, Romania, France, Russia, Netherlands and Rest of Europe)

  • Asia Pacific (Japan, China, Australia, South Korea, and Rest of Asia Pacific)

  • Rest of the World

District Heating Market
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