The 15th edition of the ‘Residential Central Heating Market Report UK 2021-2025 Analysis’ has been published by AMA Research. The report represents an informed and up-to-date review of the residential central heating market and now includes heat pumps.
Key Issues Covered in the Report
- Impact of increasing legislation.
- Increasing focus on renewables.
- Effects of COVID-19 and the UK exit from the EU,
- The development of smart heating controls.
Areas of Particular Interest
With the UK Government target for carbon net zero emissions by 2050, residential central heating products will increasingly be designed to deliver improved thermal performance and produce lower carbon emissions.
Some Companies Featured In This Report
KEY AREAS COVERED IN THE REPORT
Historical background – influencing factors, legislation, economic influences etc.
Market size by value – central heating installations 2016-2020. Market prospects to 2025 and key influencing factors –, underfloor heating market, home energy efficiency trends, environmental legislation, community heating schemes etc.
Review of key factors influencing recent growth rates, new housing, legislation, product development etc.
Product mix – boilers, radiators, heat pumps, circulators, smart controls, conventional controls.
Ownership levels – penetration by sector, share by type of application, source of fuel
Renewable energy technologies – heat pumps, use of hydrogen, domestic RHI scheme, 2022 Clean Heat grant.
Boilers – combination, traditional, system.
Heat pumps – air-source, ground-source.
Radiators – standard panel, decorative, towel warmers etc.
Circulators – stand-alone, boiler-integrated.
Heating controls – conventional, smart controls.
Impact of increasing legislation regarding the efficiency and environmental impact of residential central heating systems – 2025 Future Homes Standard, Clean Growth Strategy, Part L 2020, SAP 10, Boiler Plus 2018 etc.
Increasing focus on renewables, particularly heat pumps, with requirement to replace fossil fuel boilers in new build homes and existing homes off the gas grid from 2025.
Development of smart heating controls – smart & learning thermostats, TRVs, advanced systems. With trend towards homeworking, smart zoned systems for daytime heating are in increasing demand.
Supply and Distribution
Review of major suppliers in all product sectors – major groups, leading companies, specialist suppliers. Company overview, key products, sectors and financial information.
Review of distribution structure illustrating direct supply and key channels including major companies in each channel.
Company overview and financials for key distributors. Major mix by channel – merchants, home improvement multiples, electrical wholesalers, online retailers, specialist companies, direct from manufacturer or via energy provider, OEMs etc.