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Study shows drive for energy efficiency and combined systems continues to gather pace

05 September 2018

Analysis from BSRIA on the five main air conditioning (AC) markets in Europe shows that demand for energy efficiency and integrated systems is driving activity in the market.

AC systems are more likely to be integrated with the rest of systems within the facility concerned, says BSRIA.

End users have also been seen to be willing to consider different types of maintenance and servicing options in the drive to save energy.

Manufacturers of AC equipment have responded to these demands by expanding their offering to provide solutions to clients' needs, which is another trend that is continuing to develop further.

The study also looks at the total installed base for each AC product range from 2012, with results used to predict future activity up to 2022.

Details of different types of contracts are also included for each product and segmented by country.

VRF equipment is predicted to offer the highest growth of AC equipment up to 2022 with a CAGR of 6.5% across the five main EU countries of France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK.

Chillers, by comparison, are expected to see the lowest level of growth up to 2022, says the report.

Further results from The European Service & Maintenance AC market 2017 study can be found here.


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