Energy Recovery Ventilator Report Forecast (2013-2023)

Date: 14 December 2018

Global Energy Recovery Ventilator(ERV) Market grew at a rapidgrowth rate over last five years on account of growing green buildingconstruction, rising awareness about building energy conservation and improvingper capita income. Subsidies and Tax incentives on green building measuresintroduced by governments of many countries also stimulates the demand ofEnergy recovery ventilators. Emphasis towards adoption of green buildingstandards such as LEEDs and ASHRAE and growing awareness about indoor airquality will boost the demand of Energy Recovery Ventilators in future.

What are the major Energy Recovery Ventilator segments coveredin the Azoth Analytics report?

The major Energy Recovery Ventilator segments coveredin the report include Plate Heat Exchanger, Heat Pipe Heat Exchanger, RotaryHeat Exchanger, Run-Around Coil, Commercial Buildings (Industry, Supermarkets,Offices, Hotel & Restaurants, Healthcare facilities, Others) andResidential Buildings, Wall & Ceiling Mounting, Rooftop.

What are the regions and countries covered in the studyon Energy Recovery Ventilator market?

The regional markets covered in the report include NorthAmerica, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa

The countries analyzed in the report include U.S, Canada,Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Germany, France, Russia, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom,Turkey, China, Japan, India, Indonesia, Australia, Malaysia, South Korea,Singapore, Saudi Arabia, U.A.E, Egypt, South Africa, Nigeria.

Name the companies profiled in the report?

The companies profiled in the report include MitsubishiElectric Corporation, Daikin, Panasonic Corporation, LG Electronics , JohnsonControls, Munters , FUJITSU GENERAL, Carrier Corporation, Nortek Air Solutions,Greenheck Fan.

What are the key factors driving the market of EnergyRecovery Ventilator?

·        GreenBuilding Implementation programme

·        GrowingBuilding Construction Development

·        GrowingAwareness about Indoor Air Quality

·        RisingPer capita Income

·        Rebateschemes by Power and Gas Utilities