Thermal Energy Storage Market Set to Reach USD 8558.34 Million by 2026
According to the report, The global thermal energy storage market in 2019 was approximately USD 4,281.6 Million. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.4% and is anticipated to reach around USD 8558.34 Million by in 2026.
Thermal energy storage is referred to as a technology that stocks thermal energy by cooling or heating a storage medium. Later on, the stored energy can be used for heating and cooling applications and while reducing the consumption of power. Generally, in buildings and industrial processes, thermal energy storage systems are used.
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An increase in demand for thermal energy storage systems in HVAC, government incentive programs for thermal energy storage systems are significantly influencing the demand for thermal energy storage systems in recent years. However, the lack of technical expertise and high grid interconnection barriers are curbing market growth. Furthermore, thermal energy storage in combination with concentrating solar power (CSP) for storing electricity is gaining popularity as solar heat can be stored for the production of electricity, even in the absence of sunlight. Thereby, consecutive briefs on emerging technologies will accelerate the demand for the thermal energy storage market.
The global thermal energy storage market has been segmented into technology, storage material, and end-users. The technology has been categorized into sensible heat storage, latent heat storage, and thermal heat storage. In 2019, latent heat storage is leading the market and sensible heat storage is followed by latent heat storage technology. The storage material has been classified into the water, molten salt, and phase change material (PCM), among others. Molten salt has accounted for the highest market share presently. The phase change material is expected to grow at the fastest rate during the forecast timeline as it is capable of releasing and storing large amounts of energy. The end-user has been fragmented into commercial and industrial, utilities, and residential. The residential segment is expected to grow at a faster rate than other application segment owing to its rising usage of thermal energy storage systems in HVACs.
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Top Market Players
Some of the essential players operating in the global thermal energy storage market, but not restricted to include Baltimore Aircoil International, Cryogel Thermal Energy Storage, Caldwell Energy Company, Dunham Bush, EVAPCO, Inc., CALMAC (Trane), Cristopia (CIAT UK), Araner, Nostromo, FVB Energy Inc., Ground Sun Ltd., Viking Cold Solutions, DN Tanks, Vogt Ice, and Sunwell among others.
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