Le marché mondial des pompes à chaleur géothermiques entre 2015 et 2019 (en anglais)

Le marché mondial des pompes à chaleur géothermiques devrait progresser à un rythme annuel (CAGR) de 15.26% entre 2015 et 2019, selon un rapport de Research and Markets. (en anglais)
The global geothermal heat pump market will grow at a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 15.26% over the period 2015-2019, according to a report from Research and Markets.

Commenting on the report, an analyst from the team said: “Organizations and individuals across sectors such as residential, commercial and industrial look for technologically progressive geothermal heat pumps with improved display and control systems. They prefer systems that can be controlled with ease and require low maintenance. Vendors are therefore adding greater functionality to their geothermal heat pumps such as two-speed compressors, dual-speed motors, de-super heaters, scroll compressors, and backup burners. This motivates end-users to opt for modern technology-equipped geothermal heat pumps rather than conventional heating and cooling equipment.”

According to the report, the increased use of fossil fuels is leading to a rise in greenhouse gas (GHG) emission levels, responsible for global warming. The concept of green energy is regarded as the most significant among various practices used to curb GHG emissions. The US, Germany, France, Sweden, Japan, and China have taken initiatives such as changes in building regulations and legislation that aim to reduce emission of GHGs. These initiatives have shifted the focus to adopting energy-efficient products such as geothermal heat pump systems, especially in the commercial and residential sectors. These systems cannot directly replace fossil fuel-based energy generation but can reduce reliance on fossil fuel-based energy sources by almost 71%.

Further, the report states that the installation of a geothermal heat pump system involves high initial investment that makes consumers reluctant to adopt these pumps.