District Cooling Market is Estimated to Grow at a CAGR of 6.3% from 2022 to 2028
As stated in our extensive report; the Global District Cooling Market accounted for USD 25.8 Billion in 2021.
Due to their lower energy consumption per square foot of chilled area, District Cooling systems are more effective than individual building chillers. District Cooling systems can also be operated more adaptable to meet changing demands. The necessity for energy-efficient and environmentally friendly cooling solutions, rising urbanization and population, and growing worries about climate change are all factors contributing to the growth of the District Cooling industry. Free cooling, absorption cooling, and electric chiller systems make up the market’s type segment; commercial buildings, industrial buildings, and residential buildings make up the market’s application segment.
Key factors influencing District Cooling Market Growth
The growth of the Global District Cooling Market can be attributable to the following:
1. The government’s strict regulations to minimize greenhouse gas emissions, along with the rapid shift in the climate, are anticipated to drive the industry during the upcoming years.
2. Since District Cooling systems effectively reduce space heating or cooling requirements while maintaining hygiene standards at these facilities, they are frequently used by large commercial institutions such as hospitals, government buildings, educational institutions, corporate offices, and malls. The market grows as a result of this.
3. Market growth is anticipated in the upcoming years due to an increased understanding of District Cooling’s advantages, such as its lower energy consumption than traditional decentralized air conditioning.
4. Over the projection period, the expanding construction industry is anticipated to be a significant demand driver, particularly in developing nations like China and India, where infrastructure-building operations are continuing or have just finished.
5. The District Cooling Market’s growth is fueled by significant reasons, including the leading companies’ collaborations for investment in these projects and their rising infrastructure spending in emerging nations.
On the other hand, space constraints for the distribution grid and the decreased effectiveness in tiny cooling loads could impede the future expansion of the District Cooling industry.
North America Region to Capture the Market
North America holds the most considerable market share in the District Cooling Market and is likely to continue during the forecast period. Most of the regional forecast is due to the United States and Canada’s expenditures in energy-efficient construction. According to the International District Energy Association (IDEA), cities and institutions in North America are served by almost 400 systems. Energy savings may greatly benefit from upgrading already-existing structures. Furthermore, a noticeable decrease in the amount of energy used for cooling and a subsequent increase in the electricity demand would be crucial in accelerating the industry’s growth.
The escalating consumer demand for environmentally friendly, energy-efficient District Cooling technology and stringent government control have positively influenced the overall District Cooling Market sales.
Some of the key players in the Global District Cooling Market include- Emirates Central Cooling System Corporation (UAE), National Central Cooling Company PJSC (UAE), Emirates District Cooling LLC (UAE), Shinryo Corporation (Japan), ADC Energy Systems LLC (UAE) and others.