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Last edited 24 Mar 2021
BSRIA completes 2021 World Air Conditioning market studies
|Fig.1: Geographic scope, WWAC 2021.|
BSRIA has completed its World Air Conditioning (WWAC 2021) project, focusing on key market trends for 21 countries. A summer 2021 update on the figures published in March 2021 will also be available in September 2021 and can be purchased in combination with the WWAC as a package. Additionally, following the success of its studies in Africa (December 2018) and South America (December 2019) BSRIA completed the research on 15 individual European countries: Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland; Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Romania; Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Ireland; Croatia and Greece (published February 2021).
Adverse air conditioning market growth is observed within the same regions and around the globe. Market fluctuations are mostly affected by waves of COVID-19, national and regional lockdowns. BSRIA research results are available on a global, regional or country level, focusing on 2020 with forecast by product to 2025.
LATAM - Worst affected but first sign of recovery recorded in Brazil.
 Middle East, India and Africa
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The study looks at market sizes and characteristics, forecasts, and main suppliers. The main influencers and drivers in the market are also scrutinised: macroeconomic background, refrigerants and regulations are included. Finally, the study assesses the structure of foreign trade and market players.
Products included in the study are portables, windows/through the wall, splits (single and multi-splits, VRF), rooftops and indoor packaged, chillers, AHUs and fan coils. New areas covered the report include the volume of DX-coil vs. chilled water AHUs and the changing refrigerant uptake in splits, as well as looking at the penetration of integrated IP connected controllers by key product segments.
- BSRIA UK (Europe): [email protected]bsria.co.uk; +44 (0) 1344 465 540.
- BSRIA USA (Americas): [email protected]bsria.com; +1 312 753 6803.
- BSRIA China (China): firstname.lastname@example.org; +86 10 6465 7707.
This article originally appeared on the BSRIA website. It was published in March 2021.
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