PUBLISHER: Stratistics Market Research Consulting | PRODUCT CODE: 1273590
PUBLISHER: Stratistics Market Research Consulting | PRODUCT CODE: 1273590
According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Energy Recovery Ventilator Market is accounted for $3.79 billion in 2022 and is expected to reach $8.07 billion by 2028 growing at a CAGR of 13.4% during the forecast period. In commercial and residential HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) systems, energy recovery ventilation (ERV) is the energy recovery process of exchanging energy where the ventilation unit is enclosed, typically in exhausted building or space air, and using it to treat or precondition the entering outdoor ventilation air. ERVs are built in locations with large populations of people and a requirement for enough fresh air. It aids in reducing utility costs and maximising energy recovery within the building. ERV provides for the entry of fresh air, reduces CO2 levels, and keeps residents healthy and aware.
According to the Congressional Research Service (CRS) study, as of 2018, the overall spending on housing services was about USD 2.6 trillion in the United States, contributing nearly 11.6% of the GDP.
A significant issue that is currently receiving attention is air quality. Indoor occupants' health, cognitive function, productivity, and wellbeing are negatively impacted by poor indoor air quality (IAQ). So it is projected that the market will be driven by the demand for ERVs. because it can constantly swap out stale indoor air for fresh outdoor air. It may also eliminate other pollutants, including excess moisture, home chemicals, improved energy efficiency, a reduced carbon footprint, and other contaminants.
As people become more aware of air quality, the demand for ERVs is rising. The market's growth is being hindered by complicated installation procedures. When working with older buildings that lack optimal ventilation areas, it can be difficult to integrate energy recovery ventilators. Furthermore, inappropriate positioning of such systems can reduce outdoor air intakes and obstruct airflow, which results in the intake of contaminated air. Additionally, a further significant length of air ducting may be necessary depending on the design and installation of these systems. Due to the requirement to seal and insulate these ducts from outside dirt and dust, the cost of maintaining the products is therefore further increased.
Due to increasing harmful emissions, there is a growing tendency towards the construction of green buildings, which is assisting the market for energy recovery ventilators. Greener, healthier buildings that are streamlined with supported ventilation can increase return on investment (ROI) by 19% and building asset value by 10%, according to the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). As a result, it is projected that the market for energy ventilators will expand significantly in the coming years. Important suppliers are also modifying their offerings in response to green building certifications. For instance, RenewAire Company provides solutions that adhere to the exacting standards for energy efficiency set out by certifications for green buildings.
In addition to improving health, home security, and comfort, fresh air can also reduce heating and cooling costs. The higher floor, for instance, can warm up quicker in the summer than the lower floor. However, when the ERV is turned on, some of that heat escapes through the ERV due to the fact that ERVs' heat exchange mechanisms aren't perfect, which reduces the need for extra cooling. The house may be significantly warmer than the outside air at certain times of the year, during specific hours of the day, and in particular climates, such as in the evening following a hot summer day.
The COVID-19 epidemic is having negative effects on the globe as a whole, and the abrupt lockouts at the manufacturing facilities have finally had an influence on ERV production there as well. According to numerous secondary sources, the reduced installation of energy recovery ventilators and a shortage of employees caused about 45% of the HVAC companies in the U.S. to lose their seasonal sales. Due to the coronavirus, some industries have experienced significant declines that will last through the second half of 2020.
Due to the rising use of these ventilators in commercial applications, the commercial application segment is anticipated to dominate the market for energy recovery ventilators over the anticipated period. The development of the commercial application segment of the market is also being aided by the rise in the number of green buildings, the formulation and strict implementation of numerous government regulations to reduce energy consumption in buildings, and increased demand for highly effective energy recovery ventilators globally.
Due to its ability to be installed in buildings without mechanical ventilation systems, the wall-mounted products segment is anticipated to have the highest CAGR during the forecast period. less and unitized wall-mounted ERVs that vent directly outdoors through the outer wall are preferred for installation in buildings with less duct spaces and those that were constructed without mechanical ventilation systems.
Due to the extreme climatic conditions, which include hailstorms, hurricanes, and heavy snowfall in North America, which decline indoor air quality and consequently have a direct impact on people's health, North America is anticipated to hold the largest share of the market over the projection period. Moreover, in order to provide a safe and healthy indoor environment throughout the sector, the increased investment in the residential sector is anticipated to boost the requirement for energy recovery ventilator installation.
Due to the improving living standards in nations like China, India, Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand, and others, Asia Pacific is expected to experience the highest CAGR during the projection period. These nations seek to update the stock of residential and commercial buildings. The International Finance Corporation (IFC) projects that East and Pacific Asia will experience rapid expansion in the real estate market. Additionally, it is anticipated that there will be USD 16 trillion in investment opportunities in the commercial and residential construction industries. The demand for ERV in the region will increase as a result of these market opportunities.
Some of the key players in Energy Recovery Ventilator market include: Carrier (United Technologies), Dae Ryun Ind. Co. Ltd., Daikin Industries, Ltd., Fujitsu Limited, Greenheck, HIMPEL, Johnson Controls, Lennox International Inc., LG Electronics, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Nortek Air Solutions, LLC, Ostberg, Renewaire, Ruskin, S&P USA Ventilation Systems, LLC, Trane, UltimateAir, Inc. and Zehnder.
In September 2022, Daikin Australia showcased its latest range of residential, commercial, and applied products and solutions at the ARBS 2022 Exhibition in Melbourne. Daikin specializes in delivering innovative and effective climate control and purifying solutions to customers. These products improve indoor air quality by extracting stale air, maintaining temperature and humidity, and introducing outside air into the indoor environment.
In August 2022, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation expanded its product range on display at ARBS 2022. The company launched new products based on a split system and ducted range to improve residential air conditioning. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has many years of experience in developing products for air treatment and air movement.
In April 2020, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation's European subsidiary named 'Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V.' acquired AQS PRODUKTER AB to strengthen commercial cooling and heating products in Sweden and total solution capabilities Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V.
In March 2019, LG Electronics acquired Qinggonglian Electrical Installation Engineering Co., Ltd. to capture the competitive market of air conditioners in China. LG Electronics is focusing on product penetration in large cities having demand for air conditioning solutions across China.
Note: Tables for North America, Europe, APAC, South America, and Middle East & Africa Regions are also represented in the same manner as above.