Learn how Green Technologies Are Changing HVAC industry from Mr Tsur Ben David, CEO, CET-Enviro.
The Indian PM, Narendra Modi, in his address at the ongoing COP26, announced a bold pledge on Monday that India will achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2070. By making a significant commitment to achieving net-zero targets by 2070, India has responded positively to the global call of adopting green technologies and laid the foundation for a sustainable community. Of course, this emerging trend will also result in many positive changes in the HVAC industry, according to Mr Tsur Ben David, CEO, CET-Enviro.
Shifting our developing nation’s dependence from non-renewable to renewable energy is a great solution. However, we’ve to do more than course-correct to prevent climate change. We also have to focus on developing technologies that support efficient heating and cooling systems and also create a healthier environmental future.
That’s why we’re at CET-Enviro are continuously working to create more energy-efficient HVAC systems as well as new types of green technologies that save precious resources, such as water or energy. The reliance on green technologies has several benefits, including the ability to decrease the environmental footprint on the planet as well as to alleviate energy security issues while spurring economic growth within India.
Green technologies appear promising, and soon state-of-the-art, energy-efficient HVAC systems will be implemented in all types of facilities and buildings worldwide. Plus, these innovative offerings will usher in a new era of “green HVAC” technologies that deliver immediate and long-lasting benefits in a number of areas. Still, even more, improved technologies can be expected in the future as companies work toward achieving the shared goal of sustainability.
Are there any green HVAC technologies available today for buying?
Well, the choice to go with more efficient and environmentally friendly products is more lucrative because of the fact that, well, they exist now. Green technology has reached a point where it is both easily accessible and just affordable enough to be considered in every type of facility and building. Things like Automatic Condenser Cleaning System or ACCS have taken up the HVAC industry by storm due to the benefits that have never been seen before.
There’s also cooling tower technologies and water recirculation systems like Scale & Bio Remover or SBR (Non-chemical Water Treatment System) and Energy Monitoring System or EMOS (which is exactly what it sounds like). These green HVAC technologies have helped many enterprises cut down on energy and water wastage while improving the bottom line. That’s why they’ll continue to gain traction in an industry where business interests place equal value in lessening the carbon footprint.
Will green technologies also affect the future of the HVAC industry?
According to Mr Tsur Ben David, CEO, CET-Enviro, change can be worrisome but these green technologies will only make positive changes in the HVAC industry for the year to come. Just look at the first air conditioner, which was invented in 1902. However, it wasn’t even made for keeping anyone cool. Willis Carrier invented it to manage the humidity in his printing shop. But his invention grew immensely in no time, transitioning to commercial use in just a decade. And with the majority of all facilities in India using some kind of cooling system, the need for green HVAC technology will continue to grow and evolve like it always has.
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