Each day, technology helps companies improve their performance, supporting them in a more sustainable kind of growth, while reducing the environmental impact of their business. The latest inventions offer cost-effective and advantageous opportunities in every sector.
The Covid pandemic and the air conditioning industry are closely linked. In fact, in the first third of 2020, air conditioning sector sales and exports took a disastrous turn. According to data collected globally, some nations are managing to withstand the impact, but many others are destined to suffer further decline at least until year end.
For many years now, Mechanically controlled ventilation solutions have been incorporated into the great majority of public and private buildings in Germany, as they can offer considerable energy savings. Such systems in fact, are able to store and re-use the heat generated, reaching levels as high as 90% in buildings with efficient thermal insulation.
Refrigera 2021 is going ahead: that is the latest announcement from the organisers of this popular refrigeration industry event. It could well be the only refrigeration trade fair in Italy to be confirmed for 2021 and will be held in Bologna from 13th to 15th April.
With the Covid-19 pandemic, the performance of HVAC products in Europe has varied greatly depending on the market: in fact, the effect of the coronavirus has had different consequences for industry and trade, with increases in demand for some devices and drops in demand for others.
AHR2021 has officially been cancelled. Originally, the major U.S. exhibition dedicated to the HVACR industry was supposed to be held between January 25-27, 2021. Postponed until March in hopes that the Covid-19 emergency would come under control, it has finally seen its own cancellation.
In anticipation of future restrictions due to the unpredictability of the coronavirus, MCE 2021 (Mostra Convegno Expocomfort) and ISH 2021 are being rethought into a hybrid solution, covering both in-person and digital events.
The rise in consumer purchasing in the hi-tech sector recorded in Italy since lockdown highlights an increasingly clear trend towards the purchase of smart devices for the home. The population is effectively converting to the idea of improving their homes using latest generation solutions.
The debate over smart working vs the office is hotting up in many Italian companies. The Covid-19 pandemic has transformed the once clear distinction between home and office, familiar to us all since the era of the industrial revolution, thereby demonstrating how it is possible to be productive even in a domestic setting.