The HVAC & R market in India is poised for rapid growth


ISHRAE (Indian Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers) – Kolkata chapter started in 1989. Kolkata chapter has around 350 members. Members include Consultants, design & execution people from contracting company manufacturers, planning & project people from Builders, end users from Healthcare Sector/ Hospitality Industry / Steel & Power sector, etc.

Kolkata chapter every year organize RACON a two-day national event on various topics of HVAC & R (Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration) industry. RACON has participation from major end users & industry representatives. RACON is the biggest HVAC & R event in eastern part of India which enriches building owners, architects, designers, young engineers, students the latest trends in the HVAC & R industry.

This years’ RACON is being held at Swissotel, Kolkata on 16th & 17th December 2016 on the theme Sustainable Built Environment Engineering for a Changing Future.

RACON 2016 will be very educative and informative event with Workshop Programs on new products, knowledge sharing at the same venue concurrently along with the seminar. The participants will get rare opportunity to learn, share and hone their technical skills on latest technology of Heating, Ventilation, and Air – Conditioning & Refrigeration Engineering.

HVAC &R Industry is dedicated to bringing efficiency to the built environment. We seek to understand systems, to foster the intelligent use of collaborative resources and to design sustainable HVAC & R systems. We provide leadership in the field by focusing on innovation, seeking advances in technologies by taking a systems perspective.

The HVAC & R market in India is poised for rapid growth due to a number of changes that are taking place in the Indian economy and society, as well as easier availability of A/C & Refrigeration products, which constitutes the bulk of the HVAC & R segment, in the market.

This potential demand from the construction sector (both conventional and green buildings), coupled with the potential to save energy will usher a boom period for the HVAC & R market by 2035, with complete support from the Government to promote energy efficient standards, practices, and technologies and ISHRAE aims to achieve the same in the upcoming years.