Bolstered by increasing consumer preference for more environmental friendly and energy efficiency, the demand for heat pumps is anticipated to grow at a robust rate. The phenomenon is well backed by energy policies, regulations and incentives by the government. Among various types of heat pump technologies, gas driven, hybrid and Co2 heat pumps are expected to gain the market share in the coming years. Since CO2 heat pumps offer a climate and ozone friendly and energy efficient technology alternative, demand for these heat pumps has been witnessing an increase across the residential and commercial sectors. Gas heat pumps (GHPs) offer an eco-friendly alternative for heating and cooling in commercial, industrial and residential buildings, with the capability of achieving up to 150% efficiency.
Heat pump types analyzed, for space cooling, space heating and sanitary hot water heating, in this study include air to air, air to water and ground source heat pumps. The global heat pumps market is estimated at 58.3 million units in 2013 and forecasted to grow at a 2014-20 CAGR of 10.6%. The heat pumps market worldwide is further projected to reach 116.9 million units by 2020. In terms of value, global demand for heat pumps is anticipated to reach a projected
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