MarketsandMarkets: Global Building Insulation Market worth $23.9 Billion by 2016
DALLAS, February 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ –
The “Global Building Insulation Market by Type, Applications & Forecasts (2011 -
2016)” analyzes building insulation market with respect to market drivers, opportunities,
and trends in the diverse geographical regions including North America, Europe, Asia, and
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Building Insulation is done by using the materials such as glasswool, mineral wool,
expanded, extruded polystyrene, and other insulating products to insulate the roof, floors
and walls of a building. The need for energy conservation, reduction in electricity bills,
and emission reduction potential of building insulation are key factors driving the demand
for the building insulation products.. .
One of the main market boosters for building insulation is the green house gas
emission reduction target set by many major countries. The Kyoto Protocol was adopted with
the same reason in 1997 in Japan to fight with global warming. This protocol is one of the
main reasons due to which different countries are going for building insulation to achieve
their green house gas emission reduction targets.
Several countries and regional organizations including U.S. and European Union have
adopted legislation on energy efficient buildings. These legislations are growing stricter
day by day and are now covering developing countries as well. Stringent energy efficiency
regulations for buildings are driving the penetration of insulation in the overall
building stock and also increasing the amount of insulation needed per building.
Building insulation is the most cost-effective measure to combat climate change.
Proper insulation decreases the heat flow and can reduce cooling demand by up to 75%. The
study of building insulation market is important as it is very useful in climates that
have a wide range of annual average temperatures and the market trend for different
products varies with different geographical regions. This report not only provides a full
estimate of the global building insulation market; it also gives a detailed analysis of
their most critical micro-markets, which have remained unexplored so far.
The global building insulation market [
] was worth $17.7 billion in 2010 and is estimated to reach $23.9 billion by 2016,
growing at a CAGR of 5.2% from 2011 to 2016. The wool and plastic foam are the key revenue
generators for the building insulation industry.
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