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Split-type air conditioners (split ACs) are responsible for the largest share of energy consumption and GHG emissions in the refrigeration and air conditioning sector worldwide. Distinct information and sound knowledge of the national and international split AC markets are required, in order to develop policy frameworks that effectively improve efficiency and reduce refrigerants’ global warming potential (GWP) levels.
Against this background, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH through its Cool Contributions fighting Climate Change (C4) project will be hosting a webinar on “Cost, Energy and Climate Impact Assessment of Split Air Conditioners” to present key findings of a recently conducted new market study. The assessment counts with primary data from around 1,500 mini-splits across 68 brands in nine partner countries in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East and Asia. This webinar will focus on results in selected Asian countries.
Leading questions in the assessment included:
All participants are encouraged to participate in an insightful discussion about the presented results. Please note, that the number of participants is limited.