CLEVELAND /PRNewswire/ -- Global heat pump demandis projected to rise 5.9% per year to $36.2 billion in 2022. Heat pumps will outperform other HVAC equipment types due to their energy efficiency and ability to provide both heating and cooling without need for additional equipment. This and other trends are presented in Global HVAC Equipment, a new study from The Freedonia Group, a Cleveland-based industry research firm.
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The Asia/Pacific region will account for the vast majority of global heat pump demand. Countries such as China are promoting the installation of heat pumps as an energy-efficient, eco-friendly alternative to traditional HVAC equipment, while buildings in the region often feature the necessary infrastructure for heat pumps.
Heat pumps will increase their share of global HVAC equipment demand to 27% in 2022. The energy-efficient properties of heat pumps also make them an appealing alternative to unitary air conditioning systems in Western Europe and in the southern states of the US.
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