Heating Business Research
How to evolve from selling individual products and commodities to become a successful home energy solutions provider
"The transition from ‘old heat’ to ‘new heat’ is disrupting the market.
Low carbon technology ecosystems are needed to meet decarbonisation targets. New competitors are emerging with innovative product and service propositions. Sales channels are being disrupted. And the role of customers in the energy system is fundamentally changing.
Business models must evolve to reflect this. Energy companies and HVAC manufacturers are starting to navigate these challenges in order to capture the opportunities that the transition to ‘new heat’ brings."
Roxanne Pieterse, Heat expert
- What 'new heat' business models are emerging across Europe and how do they capture value?
- Which 'new heat' propositions are proving most successful with customers and why?
- How fast are heating business models evolving and what factors affect the rate of transition?
- Who are the new entrants threatening heating industry incumbents, and how are incumbents responding?
- How significantly will the transition to 'new heat' impact the heating value chain?
Delta-EE's Heating Business Service provides data, insights, analysis and opinion that enables you to make the best informed strategic decisions and drive revenue growth in these emerging markets.
Recently published reports
Viewpoint: Are heating system bundles the future of HVAC sales?
Database: European heating market landscape
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Report: Heat as a service – state of the market
European Heating Market Landscape
This database provides:
- Residential heating market statistics for France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands from 2015 onwards
- housing stock characteristics
- installed base and annual sales of heating systems
- energy costs, suppliers and meters/controls
- heating system maintenance/insurance contracts