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.
The UK residential central heating market is substantial, with an estimated total value of around £1.2 billion at manufacturers’ prices in 2020. Over recent years this market has benefited from more stringent energy efficiency legislation and the introduction of new technologies such as smart heating controls.
In June 2019, the UK became the first major economy to pass laws to end its contribution to global warming. The target will require the UK to bring all greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. As a result, it is likely that the type of products used to centrally heat UK residential homes will change considerably in the near future. For example, the government Future Homes Standard, to be introduced by 2025, will require all new build homes to be future proofed with low carbon heating and world leading levels of energy efficiency. This will include the use of renewable heating technologies such as heat pumps as an alternative to boilers, and as such we have now included these in our market calculations.
Central heating is installed in around 92% of UK residential homes, with market penetration remaining at a similar level over the last 5 years. Gas-fired systems currently account for the majority of installations.
Key areas covered in the report:Market Overview
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