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U.S. Energy Efficient HVAC Market to Top $8 Billion by 2015

The U.S. Energy Efficient residential heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) market is projected to grow from $5.38 billion in 2010 to $8.15 billion in 2015, according to the latest issue of EL Insights. This represents a compound annual growth rate of 8.6% during this time period.

Often cited as the most practical way to reduce energy usage and reduce carbon emissions, energy efficiency has received increased attention over recent years from policymakers and business leaders. Because buildings account for about one-fifth of the world’s delivered energy demand, efforts to foster energy efficiency have focused on improving the use of power in residential and commercial spaces. In particular, improving the efficiency of HVAC systems has become a vital part of a larger effort to improve energy efficiency across the world.

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3 thoughts on “U.S. Energy Efficient HVAC Market to Top $8 Billion by 2015

  1. I started out by doing an evaluation of whether my money would be better spent in an investment vehicle or an energy efficiency measure. I bought books on solar, wind, fuel cells, green homes, and geothermal. Take it from a real serious investor…geothermal heating is the place I put some serious money. I can now say I’m green in the environment and with my investments. The trick is to make certain you get involved with the right company. So many don’t know what they’re doing. This book taught me everything I needed to know to talk the talk of geothermal HVAC (see-I didn’t even know what HVAC meant a few months ago). This might be the hottest investment book of the year, and I don’t think the author’s even have a clue (about the investment part, I mean). Just type “Geothermal Book” and see a few pages…amazing technoloigy!

  2. I am most interested in the logic behind the forecast for higher efficiency equipment sales…it is certainly good news

  3. I’ve been installing ductless heat pumps in norfolk va from mitsubishi for last 6 months. The savings on heating costs are stunning. Imagine $300/month to $70?! It’s hard to believe but true

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