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U.S. Commercial Water Heater Market Analysis- Industry Size, Share, Research Report, Insights, Covid-19 Impact, Statistics, Trends, Growth and Forecast 2022-2030

Published Date: October, 2022
No of Pages: 159
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Industry Trends

U.S. Commercial Water Heater Market size exceeded USD 603 million in 2021 and is projected to expand at over CAGR of 9% from 2022 to 2030. High energy savings, increased efficiency, flexible integration across multiple building in line with continuous adoption of ecofriendly sources will boost the business demand. Additionally, ongoing deployment of efficient systems to offer secure heating services will positively augment the market statistics.

The COVID- 19 outbreak has slightly impacted the U.S. commercial water heater market owing to a continuous decline in manufacturing facilities coupled with a delay in various projects and limited product deployment. However, with the decreasing number of infected cases and the resumption of industry operations has set to recover the industry potential. Moreover, ongoing government norms and investments in the expansion of renewable devices will further accelerate the market demand.

Rising demand for on demand heating with continuous technological developments will stimulate the market growth

The U.S. instant commercial water heater market is estimated to attain a 13% growth rate till 2030. Ongoing requirement for the refurbishment of traditional units with on-demand water heating systems will enhance the demand instant water heaters. Efficient operation, quick functioning, compact size and low-power consumption are some of the main attributes which will foster the product landscape. Furthermore, ongoing investments toward the development of green building infrastructure in line with rising consumer shift for the acceptance of high-capacity systems will drive the business growth.

250 – 400 Liter capacity commercial water heater market is anticipated to grow on account of the favorable government regulations and norms toward the utilization of highly efficient systems across commercial establishments. For instance, in May 2022, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) proposed a new standard for commercial water heating equipment. The new standard will incorporate a condensing technology, therefore reducing energy consumption across commercial water heaters. In addition, substantial upgradation in the living standards will positively influence the business scenario.

Ongoing adoption of clean energy sources with significant gas supply network expansion will drive the demand for gas-based commercial water heaters

The gas based commercial water heaters market is predicted to surge by a CAGR of over 7% by 2030. This growth is attributed to the rising usage of low-emission systems coupled with growing accessibility to piped natural gas with sufficient resources across the region. Reduced bills because of continuous acceptance of natural gas-based heating systems across end-users have proliferated the product adoption. In addition, the robust growth of advanced units with low NOx emissions will sway the business outlook.

Increasing requirement for point of use and reduced power-consumption appliances will encourage the industry growth across the educational institutes

The application of commercial water heaters in colleges/universities will witness a robust growth due to a growing focus on the development of educational facilities with the installation of innovative heating units. High efficiency, safe operation, easy installation in line with simple designs will led to the product penetration. Additionally, the compact size and cost-effective heating services have complemented the increased installation of these systems across small commercial facilities which will propel the industry dynamics.

Refurbishment & revamping of the traditional infrastructure across the North East U.S. region

The U.S. North East region commercial water heater market is poised to register a significant gains during the forecast period. This growth is credited to the ability of these units to maintain a continuous hot water supply across commercial establishments. Growing inclination for the advancement of commercial facilities along with a continuous increase in disposable income will spur the market expansion. A paradigm shift toward the adoption of clean and effective systems with the advantage of high operational feasibility across end-users will fuel the market trend

Strategic partnerships and collaborations among major players

Leading participants across the U.S. commercial water heater market include A.O. Smith, Ariston Holding N.V, Robert Bosch LLC, Bradford White Corporation, GE Appliances, Rinnai America Corporation, Rheem Manufacturing Company, Whirlpool Corporation, State Industries, Hubbell Heaters, Viessmann, Havells India Ltd., Watts, Stiebel Eltron Inc., Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Sioux Corporation, RECO USA, and Armstrong International, Inc. These leaders are focusing on the development of economic and advanced heating solutions with new product innovations and acquisitions.

U.S. commercial water heater market research report includes in-depth coverage of the industry with estimates & forecast in terms of Units & USD Million from 2018 to 2030, for the following segments:

Market, By Product

  • Instant
  • Storage

Market, By Capacity

  • < 30 Liters
  • 30 – 100 Liters
  • 100 – 250 Liters
  • 250 – 400 Liters
  • > 400 Liters

Market, By Energy Storage

  • Electric
  • Gas
    • Natural Gas
    • LPG

Market, By Application

  • College/University
  • Office
  • Government/Military
  • Others

The above information has been provided for the following regions and country:

  • East North Central
    • Illinois
    • Indiana
    • Michigan
    • Ohio
    • Wisconsin
  • West South Central
    • Arkansas
    • Louisiana
    • Oklahoma
    • Texas
  • South Atlantic
    • Delaware
    • Florida
    • Georgia
    • Maryland
    • North Carolina
    • South Carolina
    • Virginia
    • West Virginia
    • Washington D.C
  • North East
    • Connecticut
    • Maine
    • Massachusetts
    • New Hampshire
    • Rhode Island
    • Vermont
    • New Jersey
    • New York
    • Pennsylvania
  • East South Central
    • Alabama
    • Kentucky
    • Mississippi
    • Tennessee
  • West North Central
    • Iowa
    • Kansas
    • Minnesota
    • Missouri
    • Nebraska
    • North Dakota
    • South Dakota
  • Pacific States
    • Alaska
    • California
    • Hawaii
    • Oregon
    • Washington
  • Mountain States
    • Arizona
    • Colorado
    • Utah
    • Nevada
    • New Mexico
    • Idaho
    • Montana
    • Wyoming

Report Content

Chapter 1   Methodology & Scope

1.1    Methodology

1.2    Market definitions

1.3    Market estimates and forecast parameters

1.4    Data sources

1.4.1    Primary

1.4.2    Secondary

1.4.2.1    Paid sources

1.4.2.2    Public sources

Chapter 2   Executive Summary

2.1    U.S. commercial water heater industry 3600 synopsis, 2018 – 2030

2.1.1    Business trends

2.1.2    Product trends

2.1.3    Capacity trends

2.1.4    Energy source trends

2.1.5    Application trends

2.1.6    Regional trends

Chapter 3   US Commercial Water Heater Industry Insights

3.1    Industry ecosystem analysis

3.1.1    Vendor Matrix

3.2    Innovation & technology landscape

3.2.1    A.O Smith

3.2.2    Rheem Manufacturing

3.2.3    Bosch Thermotechnology

3.2.4    Bradford White

3.2.5    Rinnai America Corporation

3.3    Regulatory landscape

3.3.1    Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS)

3.3.2    National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP)

3.4    COVID- 19 impact on the industry outlook

3.5    Impact of Russia Ukraine war on the Industry Dynamics

3.5.1    Crude Oil Spot Price

3.6    Electrification potential across the U.S.

3.7    Industry impact forces

3.7.1    Growth drivers

3.7.1.1    Growing demand for energy efficient water heaters

3.7.1.2    Replacement of the existing water heaters

3.7.2    Industry pitfalls & challenges

3.7.2.1    High installation cost

3.8    Growth potential analysis

3.9    Price trend analysis, by capacity

3.9.1    Electric water heater price trend, by capacity

3.9.2    Gas water heater price trend, by capacity

3.10    Porter’s Analysis

3.10.1    Bargaining power of suppliers

3.10.2    Bargaining power of buyers

3.10.3    Threat of new entrants

3.10.4    Threat of substitutes

3.11    Competitive landscape, 2021

3.11.1    Strategy dashboard

3.11.1.1    A.O. Smith

3.11.1.1.1    Acquisition

3.11.1.2    Ariston Holding N.V.

3.11.1.2.1    Acquisition

3.11.1.3    Bosch Thermotechnik GmbH

3.11.1.3.1    Business Expansion

3.11.1.4    Haier Electronics

3.11.1.4.1    Product launch

3.11.1.5    Rheem Manufacturing Company

3.11.1.5.1    Acquisition

3.11.1.5.2    Business Development

3.11.1.5.3    Collaboration

3.11.1.6    Rinnai America Corporation

3.11.1.6.1    Product Innovation

3.11.1.6.2    Business expansion

3.11.1.6.3    New product launch

3.11.1.7    State Industries

3.11.1.7.1    New Product Launch

3.11.1.8    Viessmann Group

3.11.1.8.1    Acquisition

3.11.1.9    Hubbell Electric Heater Company

3.11.1.9.1    Partnership

3.11.1.10    Watts

3.11.1.10.1    Acquisition

3.11.1.11    Armstrong International, Inc.

3.11.1.11.1    Acquisition

3.11.1.12    RECO USA

3.11.1.12.1    Acquisition

3.12    PESTEL Analysis

Chapter 4   US Commercial Water Heater Market, By Product

4.1    U.S. commercial water heater market share by product, 2021 & 2030

4.2    Instant

4.2.1    U.S. market from instant, 2018 – 2030

4.2.2    U.S. market from instant, by region, 2018 – 2030

4.2.3    Electric

4.2.3.1    U.S. market from electric, 2018 – 2030

4.2.3.2    U.S. market from electric, by region, 2018 – 2030

4.2.4    Gas

4.2.4.1    U.S. market from gas, 2018 – 2030

4.2.4.2    U.S. market from gas, by region, 2018 – 2030

4.3    Storage

4.3.1    U.S. market from storage, 2018 – 2030

4.3.2    U.S. market from storage, by region, 2018 – 2030

4.3.3    Electric

4.3.3.1    U.S. market from electric, 2018 – 2030

4.3.3.2    U.S. market from electric, by region, 2018 – 2030

4.3.3.3    <30 liters

4.3.3.3.1    U.S. market from <30 liters, 2018 – 2030

4.3.3.3.2    U.S. market from <30 liters, by region, 2018 – 2030

4.3.3.4    30-100 liters

4.3.3.4.1    U.S. market from 30-100 liters, 2018 – 2030

4.3.3.4.2    U.S. market from 30-100 liters, by region, 2018 – 2030

4.3.3.5    100-250 liters

4.3.3.5.1    U.S. market from 100-250 liters, 2018 – 2030

4.3.3.5.2    U.S. market from 100-250 liters, by region, 2018 – 2030

4.3.3.6    250-400 liters

4.3.3.6.1    U.S. market from 250-400 liters, 2018 – 2030

4.3.3.6.2    U.S. market from 250-400 liters, by region, 2018 – 2030

4.3.3.7    > 400 liters

4.3.3.7.1    U.S. market from > 400 liters, 2018 – 2030

4.3.3.7.2    U.S. market from > 400 liters, by region, 2018 – 2030

4.3.4    Gas

4.3.4.1    U.S. market from gas, 2018 – 2030

4.3.4.2    U.S. market from gas, by region, 2018 – 2030

4.3.4.3    <30 liters

4.3.4.3.1    U.S. market from <30 liters, 2018 – 2030

4.3.4.3.2    U.S. market from <30 liters, by region, 2018 – 2030

4.3.4.4    30-100 liters

4.3.4.4.1    U.S. market from 30-100 liters, 2018 – 2030

4.3.4.4.2    U.S. market from 30-100 liters, by region, 2018 – 2030

4.3.4.5    100-250 liters

4.3.4.5.1    U.S. market from 100-250 liters, 2018 – 2030

4.3.4.5.2    U.S. market from 100-250 liters, by region, 2018 – 2030

4.3.4.6    250-400 liters

4.3.4.6.1    U.S. market from 250-400 liters, 2018 – 2030

4.3.4.6.2    U.S. market from 250-400 liters, by region, 2018 – 2030

4.3.4.7    > 400 liters

4.3.4.7.1    U.S. market from > 400 liters, 2018 – 2030

4.3.4.7.2    U.S. market from > 400 liters, by region, 2018 – 2030

Chapter 5   US Commercial Water Heater Market, By Capacity

5.1    U.S. commercial water heater market share by capacity, 2021 & 2030

5.2    <30 liters

5.2.1    U.S. market from <30 liters, 2018 – 2030

5.2.2    U.S. market from <30 liters, by region, 2018 – 2030

5.3    30-100 liters

5.3.1    U.S. market from 30-100 liters, 2018 – 2030

5.3.2    U.S. market from 30-100 liters, by region, 2018 – 2030

5.4    100-250 liters

5.4.1    U.S. market from 100-250 liters, 2018 – 2030

5.4.2    U.S. market from 100-250 liters, by region, 2018 – 2030

5.5    250-400 liters

5.5.1    U.S. market from 250-400 liters, 2018 – 2030

5.5.2    U.S. market from 250-400 liters, by region, 2018 – 2030

5.6    > 400 liters

5.6.1    U.S. market from > 400 liters, 2018 – 2030

5.6.2    U.S. market from > 400 liters, by region, 2018 – 2030

Chapter 6   US Commercial Water Heater Market, By Energy Source

6.1    U.S. commercial water heater market share by energy source, 2021 & 2030

6.2    Electric

6.2.1    U.S. market from electric, 2018 – 2030

6.2.2    U.S. market from electric, by region, 2018 – 2030

6.3    Gas

6.3.1    U.S. market from gas, 2018 – 2030

6.3.2    U.S. market from gas, by region, 2018 – 2030

6.3.3    Natural gas

6.3.3.1    U.S. market from natural gas, 2018 – 2030

6.3.3.2    U.S. market from natural gas, by region, 2018 – 2030

6.3.4    LPG

6.3.4.1    U.S. market from LPG, 2018 – 2030

6.3.4.2    U.S. market from LPG, by region, 2018 – 2030

Chapter 7   US Commercial Water Heater Market, By Application

7.1    U.S. commercial water heater market share by application, 2021 & 2030

7.2    College/University

7.2.1    U.S. market from college/university, 2018 – 2030

7.2.2    U.S. market from college/university, by region, 2018 – 2030

7.3    Offices

7.3.1    U.S. market from offices, 2018 – 2030

7.3.2    U.S. market from offices, by region, 2018 – 2030

7.4    Government/Military

7.4.1    U.S. market from government/military, 2018 – 2030

7.4.2    U.S. market from government/military, by region, 2018 – 2030

7.5    Others

7.5.1    U.S. market from others, 2018 – 2030

7.5.2    U.S. market from others, by region, 2018 – 2030

Chapter 8   US Commercial Water Heater Market, By Region

8.1    U.S. commercial water heater market share by region, 2021 & 2030

8.2    East North Central

8.2.1    East North Central market, 2018 – 2030

8.2.2    East North Central market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.2.2.1    East North Central market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.2.2.2    East North Central market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.2.2.2.1    East North Central market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.2.2.2    East North Central market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.3    East North Central market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.4    East North Central market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.2.4.1    East North Central market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.2.5    East North Central market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.2.6    Illinois

8.2.6.1    Illinois market, 2018 – 2030

8.2.6.2    Illinois market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.2.6.2.1    Illinois market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.2.6.2.2    Illinois market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.2.6.2.2.1    Illinois market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.6.2.2.2    Illinois market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.6.3    Illinois market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.6.4    Illinois market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.2.6.4.1    Illinois market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.2.6.5    Illinois market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.2.7    Indiana

8.2.7.1    Indiana market, 2018 – 2030

8.2.7.2    Indiana market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.2.7.2.1    Indiana market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.2.7.2.2    Indiana market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.2.7.2.2.1    Indiana market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.7.2.2.2    Indiana market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.7.3    Indiana market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.7.4    Indiana market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.2.7.4.1    Indiana market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.2.7.5    Indiana market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.2.8    Michigan

8.2.8.1    Michigan market, 2018 – 2030

8.2.8.2    Michigan market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.2.8.2.1    Michigan market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.2.8.2.2    Michigan market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.2.8.2.2.1    Michigan market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.8.2.2.2    Michigan market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.8.3    Michigan market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.8.4    Michigan market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.2.8.4.1    Michigan market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.2.8.5    Michigan market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.2.9    Ohio

8.2.9.1    Ohio market, 2018 – 2030

8.2.9.2    Ohio market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.2.9.2.1    Ohio market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.2.9.2.2    Ohio market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.2.9.2.2.1    Ohio market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.9.2.2.2    Ohio market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.9.3    Ohio market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.9.4    Ohio market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.2.9.4.1    Ohio market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.2.9.5    Ohio market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.2.10    Wisconsin

8.2.10.1    Wisconsin market, 2018 – 2030

8.2.10.2    Wisconsin market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.2.10.2.1    Wisconsin market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.2.10.2.2    Wisconsin market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.2.10.2.2.1    Wisconsin market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.10.2.2.2    Wisconsin market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.10.3    Wisconsin market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.2.10.4    Wisconsin market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.2.10.4.1    Wisconsin market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.2.10.5    Wisconsin market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.3    West South Central

8.3.1    West South Central market, 2018 – 2030

8.3.2    West South Central market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.3.2.1    West South Central market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.3.2.2    West South Central market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.3.2.2.1    West South Central market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.3.2.2.2    West South Central market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.3.3    West South Central market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.3.4    West South Central market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.3.4.1    West South Central market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.3.5    West South Central market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.3.6    Arkansas

8.3.6.1    Arkansas market, 2018 – 2030

8.3.6.2    Arkansas market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.3.6.2.1    Arkansas market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.3.6.2.2    Arkansas market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.3.6.2.2.1    Arkansas market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.3.6.2.2.2    Arkansas market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.3.6.3    Arkansas market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.3.6.4    Arkansas market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.3.6.4.1    Arkansas market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.3.6.5    Arkansas market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.3.7    Louisiana

8.3.7.1    Louisiana market, 2018 – 2030

8.3.7.2    Louisiana market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.3.7.2.1    Louisiana market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.3.7.2.2    Louisiana market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.3.7.2.2.1    Louisiana market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.3.7.2.2.2    Louisiana market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.3.7.3    Louisiana market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.3.7.4    Louisiana market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.3.7.4.1    Louisiana market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.3.7.5    Louisiana market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.3.8    Oklahoma

8.3.8.1    Oklahoma market, 2018 – 2030

8.3.8.2    Oklahoma market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.3.8.2.1    Oklahoma market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.3.8.2.2    Oklahoma market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.3.8.2.2.1    Oklahoma market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.3.8.2.2.2    Oklahoma market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.3.8.3    Oklahoma market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.3.8.4    Oklahoma market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.3.8.4.1    Oklahoma market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.3.8.5    Oklahoma market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.3.9    Texas

8.3.9.1    Texas market, 2018 – 2030

8.3.9.2    Texas market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.3.9.2.1    Texas market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.3.9.2.2    Texas market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.3.9.2.2.1    Texas market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.3.9.2.2.2    Texas market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.3.9.3    Texas market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.3.9.4    Texas market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.3.9.4.1    Texas market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.3.9.5    Texas market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.4    South Atlantic

8.4.1    South Atlantic market, 2018 – 2030

8.4.2    South Atlantic market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.4.2.1    South Atlantic market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.4.2.2    South Atlantic market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.4.2.2.1    South Atlantic market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.2.2.2    South Atlantic market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.3    South Atlantic market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.4    South Atlantic market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.4.4.1    South Atlantic market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.4.5    South Atlantic market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.4.6    Delaware

8.4.6.1    Delaware market, 2018 – 2030

8.4.6.2    Delaware market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.4.6.2.1    Delaware market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.4.6.2.2    Delaware market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.4.6.2.2.1    Delaware market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.6.2.2.2    Delaware market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.6.3    Delaware market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.6.4    Delaware market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.4.6.4.1    Delaware market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.4.6.5    Delaware market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.4.7    Florida

8.4.7.1    Florida market, 2018 – 2030

8.4.7.2    Florida market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.4.7.2.1    Florida market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.4.7.2.2    Florida market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.4.7.2.2.1    Florida market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.7.2.2.2    Florida market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.7.3    Florida market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.7.4    Florida market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.4.7.4.1    Florida market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.4.7.5    Florida market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.4.8    Georgia

8.4.8.1    Georgia market, 2018 – 2030

8.4.8.2    Georgia market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.4.8.2.1    Georgia market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.4.8.2.2    Georgia market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.4.8.2.2.1    Georgia market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.8.2.2.2    Georgia market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.8.3    Georgia market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.8.4    Georgia market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.4.8.4.1    Georgia market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.4.8.5    Georgia market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.4.9    Maryland

8.4.9.1    Maryland market, 2018 – 2030

8.4.9.2    Maryland market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.4.9.2.1    Maryland market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.4.9.2.2    Maryland market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.4.9.2.2.1    Maryland market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.9.2.2.2    Maryland market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.9.3    Maryland market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.9.4    Maryland market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.4.9.4.1    Maryland market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.4.9.5    Maryland market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.4.10    North Carolina

8.4.10.1    North Carolina market, 2018 – 2030

8.4.10.2    North Carolina market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.4.10.2.1    North Carolina market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.4.10.2.2    North Carolina market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.4.10.2.2.1    North Carolina market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.10.2.2.2    North Carolina market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.10.3    North Carolina market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.10.4    North Carolina market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.4.10.4.1    North Carolina market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.4.10.5    North Carolina market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.4.11    South Carolina

8.4.11.1    South Carolina market, 2018 – 2030

8.4.11.2    South Carolina market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.4.11.2.1    South Carolina market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.4.11.2.2    South Carolina market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.4.11.2.2.1    South Carolina market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.11.2.2.2    South Carolina market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.11.3    South Carolina market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.11.4    South Carolina market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.4.11.4.1    South Carolina market by gas, 2018 – 2030

8.4.11.5    South Carolina market by application, 2018 – 2030

8.4.12    Virginia

8.4.12.1    Virginia market, 2018 – 2030

8.4.12.2    Virginia market, by product, 2018 – 2030

8.4.12.2.1    Virginia market, by instant, 2018 – 2030

8.4.12.2.2    Virginia market, by storage, 2018 – 2030

8.4.12.2.2.1    Virginia market, from electric by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.12.2.2.2    Virginia market, from gas by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.12.3    Virginia market by capacity, 2018 – 2030

8.4.12.4    Virginia market by energy source, 2018 – 2030

8.4.12.4.1    Virginia market by gas, 2018 – 2030

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Market, By Product

  • Instant
  • Storage

Market, By Capacity

  • < 30 Liters
  • 30 – 100 Liters
  • 100 – 250 Liters
  • 250 – 400 Liters
  • > 400 Liters

Market, By Energy Storage

  • Electric
  • Gas
    • Natural Gas
    • LPG

Market, By Application

  • College/University
  • Office
  • Government/Military
  • Others

A.O. Smith, Ariston Holding N.V, Robert Bosch LLC, Bradford White Corporation, GE Appliances, Rinnai America Corporation, Rheem Manufacturing Company, Whirlpool Corporation, State Industries, Hubbell Heaters, Viessmann, Havells India Ltd., Watts, Stiebel Eltron Inc., Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Sioux Corporation, RECO USA, and Armstrong International, Inc.

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