Mapping Advanced Insulation Materials to Markets: Assessing Aerogel, Vacuum Insulation Panel, and Phase-Change Material Opportunities Beyond Building Applications

Among insulation materials, aerogel, vacuum insulation panels (VIPs), and phase-change materials (PCMs) stand out due to extremely low thermal conductivity or the ability to absorb and release thermal energy. Currently, the majority of market demand on these three solutions is for non-building appli...

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