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Air Conditioners

  • India’s Cooling Growth Trajectory

    India’s Cooling Growth Trajectory

    Approximately 8 percent of the current households have room air conditioners. This is anticipated to rise to 21 percent and 40 percent in 2027-28 and 2037-38, respectively. Cooling is a…Read More

  • Rising To The Challenges

    Rising To The Challenges

    The air conditioners industry has witnessed several headwinds during FY19, led by GST transition and the change in energy efficiency ratings. Urbanization, rising temperatures, and more frequent heat waves due…Read More

  • Climbing the Evolutionary Ladder

    Climbing the Evolutionary Ladder

    Technology trends of 2017 were big and impactful, with AI topping the charts, along with on-demand workforce platforms and designing for the human experience. In 2018, technology is set to…Read More

  • Improving Air Conditioners in India

    Improving Air Conditioners in India

    To meet the highest unmet cooling demand in the world, India’s installed stock of room ACs is expanding. For the room air conditioners market to grow sustainably, climate-friendly room ACs…Read More

  • In a Take-Off Phase

    In a Take-Off Phase

    With strong summers anticipated and the economy now back on a roll, the air conditioner industry can look forward to stronger cash flows and improvement in profit margins and bottom…Read More

  • In a Take-Off Phase

    In a Take-Off Phase

    With strong summers anticipated and the economy now back on a roll, the air conditioner industry can look forward to stronger cash flows and improvement in profit margins and bottom…Read More

  • Leapfrogging to High Efficiency

    Leapfrogging to High Efficiency

    R290 is gradually becoming the first choice of the next generation of refrigerants. Driven by increasing incomes, electrification, urbanization, as well as a warming world, demand for air conditioners in…Read More

  • A Shift Toward Climate-Friendly Cooling

    A Shift Toward Climate-Friendly Cooling

    The convergence of ratings would lead to a faster shift from fixed-speed ACs to inverter ACs, share of inverter ACs increasing further from the current ~30 percent. India accounts for…Read More

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