The company is responding by investing in production and innovation capacity, warehousing and logistics and increasing the training of installers and service technicians in the EMEA region. Daikin Europe’s commercial unit ‘Heat and Renewers’ is growing rapidly and outperforming the European heat pump category.
“Investments in manufacturing capacity and high demand in R&D will enable Daikin Europe to expand its market and product leadership,” said Patrick Crombez, Deacon Europe Heating and Renewal Manager. “Converting our heating systems to heat pumps represents a historic change to low carbon heating, but also to climate change benefits and healthy living environments. We are proud to be leading this change in Europe. For us 2021 heat pumps were a turning point. Consumers and policymakers From the information available, it is clear that the adoption of heat pumps is in full swing this year and the strength of the unit is growing.
The European heat pumps market has grown rapidly over the past decade, with an annual growth rate of 10% (CAGR) from 2011 to 2020, and 1 million heat pumps are expected to be installed by 2021. Over the years, Daikin – along with other industry experts – has been expecting a sharp acceleration in heat pump adoption. A.D. By 2030, 4 million heat pumps are expected to be installed each year, representing a 20 percent annual growth rate (CAGR).
At that point, 1 out of 3 heating systems will have a heat pump installed, by 10 to 1. By 2020, although this represents a declining growth compared to recent years, Dykin Europe considers it the lowest to ensure decarbonised residential relocation. Heating market in Europe.
A key factor in the development of the heat pump is the enactment of a new regulation in many European countries, such as the General Regulations in France (RT2012) (which sets a new minimum requirement for residential thermal insulation), a ban on combustion heaters. In the Netherlands.
In addition, incentives in France, Germany, and Italy have successfully expanded the market for the replacement and renewal of heat pumps.
Similarly, heat pump technology has evolved to make heat pumps an attractive alternative: ‘High heat’ heat pumps can be replaced without having to upgrade or upgrade existing radiators.
In the coming years, market leader Daikin plans to more than triple European thermal production and expects their heating operation to be one of the key pillars of Dikini’s revenue by 2025.
Already, 5 out of 14 Dikini EMEA factories have supplied pumping equipment for heating. All daikon heat pumps sold in Europe are manufactured in Europe, with the largest daikon factories in Germany, Belgium and the Czech Republic.
The recently announced investment plan for the next 5 years includes a significant investment in the heat pump category.
Part of the investment is to expand production capacity to meet demand. Another area of investment is the construction of the European Development Center (EDC) in Geneva, Belgium, to strengthen the creative leadership and to allow rapid and extensive heat pumps to be developed. The ADC Complex represents an investment of 140 million euros, provides 380 jobs locally and operates as a Daikin International Product Development Center.
A.D. By 2021, the production of Daikin European heat pumps will be around 1.5 million units (covering residential, commercial and industrial hydraulic heat pumps manufactured in the EU). The company currently supplies about 71,000 supplies a day from 30 warehouses across Europe, and is ready to meet this demand. It also provides support and training to installers at 54 training centers across Europe. Training on installation of heat pumps and direct expansion technology ranges from beginner courses to advanced troubleshooting courses and service control over new products.
Dikin’s European Heating and Renewable Investments and Growth Plans align with the vision of home heating cleaning across Europe. Since oil-fired home heating is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, this change will enable Europe to meet its major emissions reduction targets by 2030.
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