This IEA publication, launched on 28 April 2014, reviews the current status and costs of renewable heating technologies along with current market and policy trends, and identifies opportunities to replicate successful technology deployment and policy initiatives in a broader range of situations. It also examines the role that renewable heat may be able to play in the longer term in reducing fossil energy demand and use, especially vital if significant emission reductions in the energy sector are to be achieved.

This report is available for free at: IEA Heating Without Global Warming 2014