CAR T-Cell Therapy Market – Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2034

CAR T-Cell Therapy Market – Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2034

The global building insulation material market size is pegged at US$ 37.56 billion in 2024, according to a new study published by Fact.MR. Worldwide demand for building insulation materials is forecasted to increase at 6.7% CAGR and reach a market value of US$ 71.85 billion by the end of 2034.

Implementation of stringent building codes and regulations aimed at improving energy efficiency in construction projects is predicted to encourage the adoption of insulation materials to minimize energy consumption for cooling and heating. In addition, rising awareness about climate change along with the increasing need to reduce carbon emissions is forecasted to result in a growing focus on energy-efficient buildings. Further, effective insulation systems are predicted to help in reducing energy use, thus subsequently lowering carbon footprints.

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Key Takeaways from Market Study

  • Worldwide demand for reflective building insulation materials is predicted to increase at 6.8% CAGR and reach a market value of US$ 41 billion by the end of 2034.
  • The market in Japan is forecasted to advance at a CAGR of 7% and reach US$ 5.74 billion by 2034-end.
  • East Asia is projected to account for more than 27% of the building insulation material market share by the end of 2034.

Market Dynamics:

Energy Efficiency Mandates: Governments worldwide are increasingly implementing stringent energy efficiency regulations and building codes to curb carbon emissions. This has propelled the demand for high-performance insulation materials that can contribute to reduced energy consumption in buildings. Materials like fiberglass, mineral wool, and foam boards have gained popularity due to their excellent thermal insulation properties.

Sustainable Construction Practices: The construction industry is embracing sustainable practices, and insulation materials play a crucial role in achieving green building certifications. Environmentally friendly options such as recycled content insulation, cellulose insulation, and natural fibers are gaining traction. These materials not only provide effective insulation but also contribute to reducing the overall environmental impact of construction projects.

Technological Advancements: The building insulation material market has witnessed notable technological advancements, leading to the development of innovative solutions. Aerogel, for example, is an ultra-lightweight and highly effective insulation material that is gaining attention for its superior thermal performance. Additionally, smart insulation materials with adaptive properties, capable of adjusting to environmental conditions, are being explored to enhance overall building efficiency.

Rising Construction Activities: The global construction industry is experiencing steady growth, particularly in emerging economies. The need for insulation materials is consequently on the rise, driven by new construction projects and renovations. The Asia-Pacific region, in particular, has witnessed a surge in demand for insulation materials due to rapid urbanization and infrastructure development.

Competitive Landscape

Prominent market players are focusing on the expansion of their global footprints and production capabilities. Several key players are putting efforts into developing eco-friendly products to address increased environmental concerns and changing regulatory scenarios. In addition, they are also engaged in improving product quality, new developments, and management of supply chain systems.

For instance :

  • Evonik, in November 2022, developed a new range of specialized feedstocks, named TEGO Therm®, which is predicted to enhance the functionality of TICs (thermal insulation coatings). TEGO Therm® HPG 4000 and TEGO Therm® HPG 6806 are two microporous granules based on silica, which are included in this new product line. In addition, TEGO Therm® L 300 is a heat-resistant silicone binder, which is also a part of this newly developed product line of the company.

Key players in the building insulation material market include BASF SE, GAF Insulation Types Corporation, Dow Inc., Knauf Insulation, Rockwool International A/S, Saint-Gobain S.A., Owens Corning Inc., GlassRock Insulation Company SAE, Lloyd Insulations Limited, Kingspan Group Plc., Covestro AG, Beijing New Building Insulation Type, Johns Manville, Cabot Corporation, Aspen Aerogels Inc., Huntsman International LLC, and CNBM Group Co. Ltd.

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Segmentation of Building Insulation Material Market Research

  • By Material :
    • Fiberglass
    • Mineral Wool
    • Cellulose
    • Polyurethane Foam
    • Polyisoprenecyanurate Foam
    • Polystyrene
    • Aerogels
    • Others
  • By Insulation Type :
    • Bulk
    • Reflective
  • By Application :
    • Wall Insulation
    • Underfloor Insulation
    • Ceiling/Roof Insulation
    • Window Insulation
  • By End Use :
    • Residential
    • Commercial
    • Industrial
  • By Region :
    • North America
    • Europe
    • East Asia
    • Latin America
    • Middle East & Africa
    • South Asia & Oceania


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