New Delhi : The 23rd edition of Axrex India Expo will be organized at Pragati Maidan in Delhi from 15th February. More than 500 stalls from more than 40 countries around the world will be set up in this expo. This trade exhibition is being organized in collaboration with Informa Markets in India, an associate organization of the Indian Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE). South Asia’s largest exhibition dedicated to air conditioning, heating, ventilation and intelligent buildings is themed ‘Powering the Global HVAC Supply Chain’. The exhibition will focus on the development of the HVAC manufacturing sector in India. It is estimated that by 2028 the HVAC manufacturing sector market value will increase to Rs 1.78 crore.
More than 25 thousand entrepreneurs will participate
Acrex India 2024 will provide a platform to domestic and foreign manufacturers to connect with government officials, industry leaders and users and achieve their business goals. The expo will feature over 500 exhibitors from 40 countries, including Belgium, China, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Netherlands, UAE, UK, Countries like Ukraine and USA are included. More than 25,000 businessmen are expected to participate in this three-day long exhibition. Prominent in this are Fujitsu General India, Daikin, Danfoss, Bluestar, Tata Voltas, Mitsubishi Heavy, Sharp India, Haier HVAC Solutions, Edge Tech etc.
What is the purpose of the exhibition
Regarding this, Sushil Chaudhary, Chairman of Acrex India, said that Acrex India will throw light on aspects like de-carbonization, technological development, innovation and integration of supply chain in India’s HVAC sector. This will establish India as a world-class manufacturing hub in line with the ‘Make in India’ approach. The industry has set an example of India’s perseverance in the post-pandemic era.
Increase in electricity consumption due to use of AC
He said that during 2023, approximately 190 TWh of electricity was consumed due to the use of air conditioners in India. This is more than 10 percent of the electricity consumed at the national level. He said that the power consumption figure from the use of air conditioners in India is expected to reach 600 TWh by 2038. Their demand is continuously increasing in first, second and third tier cities of the country.