Air Cooler and Air Conditioner, a Growing Trend
As you could easily guess, even 2019 was a year in which the air cooler and air conditioner market went through a positive phase again. Indeed, according to the latest surveys and research, it seems that, by 2050, the quantity of air conditioners that will be installed in the structures in every part of the world will reach the incredible figure of 5.6 billion.
Conditioners, boom by 2050
This is a very substantial increase, especially if we think that, at present, the threshold of 1.6 billion units sold has been reached. By doing some calculations, this trend should lead to selling something like 10 new air conditioners per second for the next thirty years.
Really mind-boggling numbers, which will have their peak obviously during the summer season, when temperatures are higher and the heat becomes really unbearable.
According to the report called “The future of cooling“, released by the IEA, or the International Energy Agency, it seems that the overall demand for air conditioning will increase dramatically, up to three times, by 2050. So, there will obviously need a renewed electrical capacity, which will be equal to the sum of the current electrical capacity guaranteed by Japan, the European Union and the USA.
It will reach 5.6 billion units sold
There will also be a great leap forward in the number of air conditioners that will be installed in the various buildings in every part of the world: they will be touched, as previously mentioned, with 5.6 billion. And to think that, nowadays, both electric fans and air conditioners absorb something like 20% of the electricity that is used inside buildings all over the planet.
In short, we talk about almost 10% of the total electricity consumption in the world. Always according to these estimates, by 2050, the air conditioning systems will literally drag the demand for electricity and, from the point of view of the energy consumed, they will be preceded only by the industry.
The efficiency factor
A growing trend that will also be supported by the fact that incomes, according to what has been predicted, will increase, as will also improve the living standards in all the various countries that are defined as developing countries. One of the elements that will surely make the difference, will be the efficiency factor, which presents numerous differences based on the various areas that are taken into consideration.
The air conditioning units that are sold both in Japan and in the EU, just to give an example, have an average level of efficiency equal to 25% more compared to the units that are sold on other markets, such as in China and In the USA. Around the world, less than a third of families can rely on an air conditioner at home: by shifting the attention to Japan and the USA, on the other hand, it even reaches nine out of ten families.
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