Heat Pump Market in the US by Type, Market and Region

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  • Report
  • Region: United States
  • 105 Pages
  • The Freedonia Group
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Heat Pump Market in the US by Type, Market and Region

US demand for heat pumps is expected to rise 2.4% per year through 2021. Demand will continue to be supported primarily by the greater energy efficiency of heat pumps compared to other types of comfort cooling equipment. Additionally, heat pumps can also provide supplemental heating, and are a preferred option in areas where heating requirements are modest. However, the expiration of the federal tax credit for heat pumps at the end of 2016 will prevent faster sales increases.

This report covers heat pump demand by product, market and region. Data are given in dollar value and units.

Heat pump products covered in the study include:

Air source, encompassing air-to-air and air-to-water types

Geothermal, encompassing closed loop and open loop types

The markets for heat pumps are:

Residential, including both new building and existing building

Commercial, including both new building and existing building

Demand is also broken out by US Census region:

Northeast

Midwest

South

West

Scope of the Report

This report shows the scope, size, and growth of the US heat pump market, including key trends by product type and market. Historical data are provided for 2006, 2011, and 2016 with forecasts for 2021, with year-by-year historical market volatility also addressed. Also included is an analysis of the industry key players and their market share.
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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2. OVERVIEW
Key Findings
Factors Influencing Heat Pump Demand
Climate Zones
Energy Profile
Energy Efficiency & Variable Refrigerant Flow
Impact of Tax Credits on HVAC Equipment Demand
Refrigerant Regulations
Pricing Trends
Market Volatility
Foreign Trade
Imports
Exports
3. PRODUCTS
Key Findings
Heat Pump Historical Trends
Heat Pump Forecasts
Demand by Product
Air Source
Energy Source
Conventional Electricity
Solar & Wind Electricity
Natural Gas
Product Type
Air-to-Air
Air-to-Water
Geothermal
Closed Loop
Open Loop
4. MARKETS
Key Findings
Heat Pump Demand by Market
Commercial
Demand by Building Type
Residential
New Buildings
Existing Buildings
Demand by Building Type
5. REGIONS
Key Findings
Climatic Factors Influencing Heat Pump Installation
Heat Pump Demand by Region
South
West
Midwest
Northeast
6. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Key Findings
Industry Composition
Market Share
Competitive Strategies
Product Development & Manufacturing
Marketing
Distribution
Cooperative Agreements
Mergers, Acquisitions, & Industry Restructuring
List of Industry Participants
7. APPENDIX
Scope
Methodology
Sources
Associations & Agencies
Related Freedonia Group Studies
Definitions
Abbreviations
Climate Zones
Macroeconomic Assumptions
Demographic Trends
Consumer Spending
Building Construction
Residential
New Housing
Housing Stock
Improvements & Repairs
Nonresidential
LIST OF TABLES
2. OVERVIEW
Table 2-1 - Average Retail Energy Costs in the US by Source, 2006-2021 ($/mil Btu)
Table 2-2 - Heat Pump Pricing Trends, 2006-2021 (dollars/unit)
Table 2-3 - Foreign Trade in Heat Pumps, 2006-2021 (million dollars)
Table 2-4 - Heat Pump Imports by Source, 2006-2016 (million dollars)
Table 2-5 - Heat Pump Exports by Destination, 2006-2016 (million dollars)
3. PRODUCTS
Table 3-1 - Heat Pump Supply & Demand, 2006-2021 (million dollars)
Table 3-2 - Heat Pump Demand by Product, 2006-2021
Table 3-3 - Air Source Heat Pump Demand, 2006-2021 (million dollars)
Table 3-4 - Air Source Heat Pump Demand by Energy Source, 2006-2021 (million
dollars)
Table 3-5 - Air-to-Air Heat Pump Demand, 2006-2021 (million dollars)
Table 3-6 - Air-to-Water Heat Pump Demand, 2006-2021 (million dollars)
Table 3-7 - Geothermal Heat Pump Demand, 2006-2021 (million dollars)
4. MARKETS
Table 4-1 - Heat Pump Demand by Market, 2006-2021 (million dollars)
Table 4-2 - Commercial Heat Pump Demand, 2006-2021 (million dollars)
Table 4-3 - Commercial Heat Pump Demand by Building Type, 2006-2021 (million
dollars)
Table 4-4 - Residential Heat Pump Demand, 2006-2021 (million dollars)
Table 4-5 - Residential Heat Pump Demand by Building Type, 2006-2021 (million
dollars)
5. REGIONS
Table 5-1 - Heat Pump Demand by Region, 2006-2021 (million dollars)
Table 5-2 - South Heat Pump Demand, 2006-2021 (million dollars)
Table 5-3 - West Heat Pump Demand, 2006-2021 (million dollars)
Table 5-4 - Midwest Heat Pump Demand, 2006-2021 (million dollars)
Table 5-5 - Northeast Heat Pump Demand, 2006-2021 (million dollars)
6. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Table 6-1 - Heat Pump Sales by Company, 2016 (million dollars)
Table 6-2 - Other Heat Pump Suppliers by Product Type
Table 6-3 - R&D Spending for Selected Heat Pump Companies, 2016 (million dollars)
Table 6-4 - Selected Cooperative Agreements
Table 6-5 - Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
7. APPENDIX
Table 7-1 - Study Scope: Heat Pump Markets
Table 7-2 - Study Scope: US Regions
Table 7-3 - Relevant NAICS Codes (2012)
Table 7-4 - Abbreviations & Acronyms Used in Study
Table 7-5 - Macroeconomic Indicators, 2006-2021 (billion 2009 dollars)
Table 7-6 - Population & Households, 2006-2021 (million persons)
Table 7-7 - Personal Consumption Expenditures, 2006-2021 (billion dollars)
Table 7-8 - Building Construction Expenditures, 2006-2021 (billion dollars)
Table 7-9 - Residential Building Construction, 2006-2021 (billion dollars)
Table 7-10 - New Housing Indicators, 2006-2021 (thousand units)
Table 7-11 - Housing Stock by Type, 2006-2021 (million units)
Table 7-12 - Residential Improvement & Repair Expenditures, 2006-2021 (billion
dollars)
Table 7-13 - Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures, 2006-2021 (billion
dollars)
LIST OF FIGURES
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Figure 1-1 - Key Trends in the US Heat Pump Market
2. OVERVIEW
Figure 2-1 - Key Trends in the Heat Pump Market
Figure 2-2 - Heat Pump Pricing Trends, 2006-2021 (annual percent change)
Figure 2-3 - Heat Pump Demand, 2006-2016 (million dollars)
Figure 2-4 - US Foreign Trade in Heat Pumps, 2006-2016 (million dollars)
Figure 2-5 - Heat Pump Imports by Source, 2006-2016 (million dollars)
Figure 2-6 - US Heat Pump Exports by Destination, 2006-2016 (million dollars)
3. PRODUCTS
Figure 3-1 - Key Trends in Heat Pump Products
Figure 3-2 - Heat Pump Demand, 2006-2016 (million dollars)
Figure 3-3 - Heat Pump Demand by Value & Volume, 2016 (percent of total)
Figure 3-4 - Air Source Heat Pump Demand in Value Terms by Energy Source, 2006-
2021
Figure 3-5 - Air-to-Air Heat Pump Demand by Type, 2016 (billion dollars)
4. MARKETS
Figure 4-1 - Key Trends in Heat Pump Markets
Figure 4-2 - Heat Pump Demand by Market, 2006-2021 (percent of value demand)
Figure 4-3 - Commercial Heat Pump Demand, 2006-2016 (million dollars)
Figure 4-4 - Commercial Heat Pump Demand by Building Type, 2016 (billion dollars)
Figure 4-5 - New Residential Building Heat Pump Demand by Value, 2006-2016
Figure 4-6 - Heat Pump Demand in Existing Buildings by Value, 2006-2016
Figure 4-7 - Residential Heat Pump Demand by Building Type, 2016 (million dollars)
5. REGIONS
Figure 5-1 - Key Trends in Heat Pump Regions
Figure 5-2 - Percent of New Single & Multifamily Residential Buildings with Heat
Pumps Installed by Region, 2006 & 2016
Figure 5-3 - Heat Pump Demand by Region, 2016 (billion dollars)
6. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Figure 6-1 - US Heat Pump Market Share, 2016 (billion dollars)
Figure 6-2 - Heat Pumps: Overall Leading Supplier
Figure 6-3 - Heat Pumps: Second Leading Supplier
Figure 6-4 - Heat Pumps: Third Leading Supplier
Figure 6-5 - Heat Pumps: Fourth Leading Supplier
7. APPENDIX
Figure 7-1 - Continental US Climate Zones
Figure 7-2 - Annual Growth in Real GDP, 2000-2016, compared to 1980-2005 average
(percent)
Figure 7-3 - Annual Population Growth, 2001-2016 (percent)
Figure 7-4 - Housing Stock by Year of Construction, 2016 (percent)
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