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ResearchAndMarkets recently released the global energy-saving window industry in 2026: forecast analysis report by composition (glass, frame, and hardware), application field (new construction, renovation, and reconstruction), end-use industry (residential and non-residential). The global energy-saving window market is expected to grow from USD 13.1 billion in 2021 to USD 18.3 billion in 2026, with a compound annual growth rate of 7.0% from 2021 to 2026.

The main demand for energy-saving windows is in non-residential end-use industries. However, the global pandemic of covid-19 has interrupted the operation of the energy-saving window industry, and the market will reduce the demand for energy-saving windows in 2020.

In terms of value, double-glazed energy-saving windows account for the largest market share among energy-saving windows

Due to the growing demand from the residential and non-residential industries, double glazing is expected to increase substantially during the forecast period. Energy-saving windows are ideal for sound insulation, dust-proof and energy-saving. Double-glazed windows greatly reduce heat loss and increase energy efficiency. These windows are suitable for renovation and new buildings.

In terms of value, the non-residential sector is the fastest-growing end-use industry for energy-saving windows. Non-residential buildings that use energy-saving windows include commercial buildings such as offices, hotels, medical institutions, educational institutions, and airports. Large-scale commercial buildings have the concept of energy-saving. These buildings are also to achieve long-term break-even. Therefore, choosing energy-saving windows seems to be a favorable choice. Growing economies are seeing increasing demand for green buildings in the commercial construction sector. Recently, the demand for such buildings in some European and North American countries has also surged. In developing countries, the construction of educational institutions and hospitals is increasing, which promotes the development of the energy-saving window market in non-residential end-use industries.

Figure 1 American san mateo glass wall house

Figure 1 American san mateo glass wall house

The Asia-Pacific region is the fastest-growing energy-saving window market

It is expected that during the forecast period, the Asia-Pacific region will have the highest compound annual growth rate in the global energy-saving window market. The growth of the energy-saving window industry in the region is supported by the recovery of the construction industry and the awareness and concern about carbon emissions and energy conservation.

Due to covid-19, the construction industry has stopped developing, which has reduced the demand for energy conservation in countries in the Asia-Pacific region. The recovery of the end-use industry and the recovery of the supply chain will promote the demand for energy-saving windows during the forecast period. At the same time, coupled with rapid industrialization will support the high growth rate of the energy-saving window industry.


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