Eurovent Market Intelligence (EMI) has delivered the first 2021 market reports on Chillers, Fan Coils, Rooftops, Chilled Beams, Air Curtains, and Water Fan Heaters. Chiller, Fan Coil, and Rooftop collections have increased in the number of participants.

Eurovent Market Intelligence (EMI) invites you to explore its new website which offers a user-friendly experience. The website was designed to provide an ease of access to statistics, market reports and publications in the HVACR industry.

A leaked version of the Regulation on Ecodesign for sustainable products repealing the Ecodesign Framework Directive and amending the Regulation on market surveillance and compliance of products appeared on 2 March 2022. 

Eurovent Market Intelligence (EMI) is launching a new programme on transcritical CO2 racks and CO2 condensing units. HVACR manufactures are invited to participate and receive reliable future market trends.

The European Commission runs this consultation until 22 March 2022 looking at the conformity assessment modules and the accreditation framework for notified bodies. It would like to know if Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, refurbishment and remanufacturing can be accommodated in the NLF.

While the actual number of products may not be relevant for the total market, the results published by EEPLIANT in its latest newsletter provide some elements for reflection.

Eurovent Market Intelligence (EMI) has published its special annual report on the HVACR industry in 2021. It mainly investigates the market’s post pandemic situation by product, country and application, including a 5-year forecast (2020-2024) for each subchapter, as well as the main market drivers and challenges.

Commission adopted acts open for feedback until 10 September 2021

Both acts have been released within the context of the Fit for 55 package to deliver the Green Deal and reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions by 55% in 2030 on the path towards the 2050 climate neutrality ambitions. Both acts and their supporting documents are now open for feedback until 10 September.

The EUPCN has meanwhile developed its Work Programme 2021-2022. In 13 pages, the 18 tasks that the EUPCN shall cover, are presented.

The stakeholder meeting to present and discuss findings of the technical assistance study for ensuring optimal performance of Technical Building Systems under the EPBD was held on 01 July 2021. The objective of the study is to develop guidance for Member States aimed at supporting the effective establishment and enforcement of Articles 8(1), 8(9) on system requirements for Technical Building Systems, and Articles 14(4) and 15(4) on the automation and control systems for heating and air conditioning systems of the EPBD Directive. According to estimates, the total energy saving potential in the EU due to correctly implemented system performance requirements for TBS ranges from 14% to 31%. The largest saving potential is related to space heating, but space cooling and ventilation are also of high relevance.

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