세계의 열에너지 저장 시장 예측(-2028년) : 저장 재료(물, 용융염, 상변화물질, 기타 저장 재료), 기술, 용도, 최종사용자, 지역별 분석
Thermal Energy Storage Market Forecasts to 2028 - Global Analysis By Storage Material (Water, Molten Salt, Phase Change Material and Other Storage Materials), Technology, Application, End User, and By Geography
Stratistics MRC에 의하면 세계의 열에너지 저장 시장은 2022년에 253억 9,000만 달러를 차지하고, 2028년에는 462억 3,000만 달러에 달하고, 예측기간 중 CAGR 10.5%로 성장할 것으로 예측됩니다.
According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Thermal Energy Storage Market is accounted for $25.39 billion in 2022 and is expected to reach $46.23 billion by 2028 growing at a CAGR of 10.5% during the forecast period. The technology known as thermal energy storage (TES) uses heat or cold to store thermal energy in a storage media. It is sometimes referred to as "heat storage," which is a quick and extremely effective way to transmit energy without using chemicals. By melting, vaporising, melting, vaporising, or solidifying material, the system stores energy, this becomes accessible when the process is reversed. This is one of the most practical green energy-saving ideas. It temporarily stores thermal energy in a hot or cold state for use in a later stage.
According to the U.S. accounted for 33% of the 18 under construction projects and 41% of the total 1,361 operational projects globally.
Demand for energy storage foe supplementing ever-increasing solar energy generation
Some of the most prominent objectives for governments, energy authorities, and utilities around the world include the decarbonisation of the energy industry and the reduction of carbon emissions in order to stop the global climate change. According to IRENA, accelerating the deployment of renewable energy sources can help achieve over 90% of the energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emission reductions necessary to meet the Paris Climate targets. These factors also include electrification and increasing the energy efficiency of the electric grid. Due to a recovery in the hydropower industry, generation growth has returned to its long-term pattern. Solar energy generation is still expanding quickly, surpassing biofuels to reach third place among renewable electricity generation sources. The adoption of solar energy has seen an average annual growth rate of 49% worldwide thanks to strong government policy mechanisms, an investment tax credit for solar power, and rising public and public sector demand for clean energy in all major economies.
Competition from battery storage and pumped-storage
For utilities and power plant operators considering deployment in the near future, being able to distinguish between the benefits of battery and thermal energy storage two of the most popular solutions are essential. The installation will assist commercial facility use electricity as economically as feasible if the right technology is used. Thermal energy storage is the simplest approach for a building to lower peak electric demand, although batteries are fantastic for supplying backup power for lighting, elevators, and computers. It would be extremely inefficient and expensive to store energy in a battery only to have it changed once again to produce instantaneous cooling, which accounts for a third of energy costs in the summer. In contrast, thermal storage alone cannot support the entire building load. Despite the fact that thermal energy storage requires less money for projects, it is less preferable to battery and pumped-hydro storage due to their less effective economies of scale. These alternatives so prevent the market for thermal energy storage from expanding.
Decentralization of renewable energy sector
Decentralized renewable energy deployment is driving the energy sector's disruptive revolution. The rapidly expanding decentralised renewable energy technologies are probably going to transform the way the energy industry is organised, moving toward a multi-operator system where giant utilities work with captive customers and small utilities. For 30% of those who now have access to electricity, renewable energy distributed through the grid, mini-grids, and off-grid installations has been the source of power. End users and the power system as a whole can profit from industrial bulk consumption, self-consumption, and the usage of distributed storage. As a result, prospects for thermal energy storage technologies are anticipated to grow over the next few years. To see significant adoption, however, storage project costs must be decreased and made cost-effective at scale.
High initial set-up costs varying with technology
Application, size, and thermal insulation technology all affect how much thermal energy storage systems cost. Thermal storage systems based on phase change materials and thermo chemical storage typically cost more than the cost of the storage capacity they offer. Approximately 30% to 40% of the entire system cost goes toward the cost of storage systems. In the near future, it is projected that thermal energy storage technologies will become more competitive as research into energy storage technologies continues to reduce the upfront capital requirement.
The global economy and a number of industry sectors have been significantly impacted by COVID-19. Due to competitors' inability to get raw materials, the thermal energy storage market has seen a minor decline. The protracted lockdown made it impossible to deliver the finished goods as well. Countries reduced demand for the electricity and power industry by concentrating on the primary industries. According to the IEA, the growth of renewable electricity capacity will decrease by 13% in 2020. Utilities' new investments will decline by up to 15% during the predicted period as long as uncertainty persists. However, given that a steady supply of electricity is essential for economic growth, we might anticipate a rebound in the market value for thermal energy storage once the economic gloom subsides.
The sensible heat regenerative segment is expected to be the largest during the forecast period
The sensible heat regenerative segment is estimated to have a lucrative growth, due to the causes that can be linked to the use of thermal energy storage systems based on molten salt in concentrated solar power (CSP) plants. The demand for the sensible heat regenerative thermal energy storage segment is increasing as a result of the availability of reversible charging and discharging capability for an indefinite number of cycles.
The industrial segment is expected to have the highest CAGR during the forecast period
The industrial segment is anticipated to witness the fastest CAGR growth during the forecast period, due to the need for HVAC systems, which in turn will drive the industrial segment, will be fuelled by factors related to the rising expenditure on infrastructure construction and development. The need for this market is also being fuelled by the expanding use of these systems across numerous industries, which use significant amounts of hot water for economic reasons.
Region with highest share:
Asia Pacific is projected to hold the largest market share during the forecast period owing to less of a need for larger generation equipment during high demand periods. The expansion of the U.S. market will be aided by a favourable outlook for the production of electricity using renewable sources and rising research and development efforts for energy storage systems. In order to establish a future with sustainable energy, the U.S. government is actively investing in renewable energy facilities, will be eligible for a multi-year extension of tax credits, according to the IEA. Regional demand for thermal energy storage is therefore increasing as a result of government environmental laws that support the construction and operation of renewable energy facilities and power stations.
Region with highest CAGR:
Europe is projected to have the highest CAGR over the forecast period, owing to This is justified by the region's large customer base, quick growth in the thermal energy storage industry, and the presence of important players. Additionally, the presence of economies that are developing and expanding, such as those in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and the UK, increases the demand for thermal energy storage heating and cooling. Applications are expected to support the expansion of the thermal energy storage market in Europe. The European Union's government has created a mechanism that stores and distributes energy in accordance with the population density in a certain area are propelling the market growth.
Key players in the market
Some of the key players profiled in the Thermal Energy Storage Market include BrightSource Energy Inc., Abengoa SA, Aalborg CSP AS, Baltimore Aircoil Company, SaltX Technology Holding AB, Burns & McDonnell, Terrafore Technologies LLC, SR Energy, Trane Technologies PLC, Vantaa Energy, Energy Technologies Institute (ETI), Highview Power Storage, Scottish & Southern Energy (SSE), UK Power Networks and PNU Power
In Dec 2022, Baltimore Aircoil Company Announces Release of its First Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Report. The ESG Report highlights the key initiatives, accomplishments, and targets necessary to achieve BAC's vision of reinventing cooling to sustain the world.
In Feb 2022, Baltimore Aircoil Company, Inc. Introduces the TrilliumSeries™ Adiabatic Cooler. This adiabatic cooler is ideal for applications that demand a combination of energy efficiency and limited water use. BAC's innovative design maximizes both water and energy efficiency, ultimately minimizing costs. In addition, the TrilliumSeries Cooler is designed to make installation and ongoing maintenance simple.
In June 2020, Aalborg CSP acquires unique Pit Thermal Energy Storage (PTES) technology. The PTES technology is vital, in terms of developing a future-proof energy system, where energy storage is a key element in the infrastructure that will help ensure the green energy transition.
In March 2020, Aalborg CSP announced that they are successfully restarting heat exchanger production in China - the world's largest solar thermal plant overcoming coronavirus. The use of masks for all personnel as well as sending everyone with symptoms home has been a decisive part of the Chinese industry's strategy. China is thus returning to its normal state, and Danish renewable energy specialist, Aalborg CSP, sees light ahead.
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