2021 European Heat Pump Market and Statistics Report: EU Policy Trends, Industry Trends and Data from 21 Countries – ResearchAndMarkets.com

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The European Heat Pump Market and Statistics Report is the most comprehensive publication on the European heat pump market to date and contains data from 21 European countries. The report has been structured to cover the various national statistics of the national EHPA members, with an overview of each market and its key development drivers. This includes industrial and technical trends, the European and national legal frameworks and the organizational status of each market.

Sales of heat pumps in Europe increased by + 7.4% in 2020. With 1.62 million units sold across Europe, a new sales record was set. With an assumed life expectancy of approx. 20 years, the current European heat pump inventory is 14.86 million units. With around 244 million residential buildings in Europe, the market share of heat pumps in the building stock is around 6%.

The growth of the heat pump market is mainly influenced by three trends:

  1. From a technological point of view, today’s heat pumps can cover a larger temperature range. They are still working at -25 ° C and are increasingly delivering hot water at 65 ° C in an efficient manner. This enables them to be used in a much larger proportion of buildings than a decade ago. Hybrid systems also enable heat pumps in the renovation segment.

  2. The need to accelerate the energy transition in the heating and cooling sector is moving heat pumps into the focus of politics. The legislation adopted over the past 8 years is now being implemented in all Member States and is having an impact. Building standards limit the maximum heat requirement per m2, require the integration of renewable energies and favor intelligent buildings. This is often underpinned by institutional and financial subsidies that facilitate market development.

  3. Continuously larger and growing sales lead to lower costs. Economies of scale arise at component and product level. The rapid decline in the production costs of PV systems also affects the heating market: The use of self-generated electricity in combination with a heat pump system offers a very cost-effective source of energy for buildings. Additional benefits such as demand response services for the web (which could become a business model and generate income for their providers) are in sight but not yet realized.

Key topics covered:

1. Summary

2. Guidelines

2.1. European Green Deal

2.2. digitalization

2.3. Product-related guidelines

2.4. F-gas and refrigerant guidelines

2.5. EU investment, research and innovation project

3. Sale of heat pumps in the EU

3.1 Development of the European heat pump market

3.2. Market segmentation

3.3. Advantages of the heat pump

3.4. Market leader

3.5. Market shares of heat pumps across Europe

4. Country reports

4.1. Austria

4.2. Belgium

4.3. Czech Republic

4.4. Denmark

4.5. Estonia

4.6. Finland

4.7. France

4.8. Germany

4.9. Hungary

4.10. Ireland

4.11. Italy

4.12. Lithuania

4.13. Netherlands

4.14. Norway

4.15. Poland

4.16. Portugal

4.17. Slovakia

4.18. Spain

4.19. Sweden

4.20. Switzerland

4.21. United Kingdom

5. Appendix

5.1. EHPA sales data collection and processing methodology

5.2. Calculation of the environmental benefit of the heat pump inventory

6. Glossary

7. Revision history

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