After years of absence due to covid, Interclima 2022 took place in Paris this October.
Interclima is the historic exhibition for all key players in the European HVAC industry. Technologies and equipment for renewable energies, indoor air quality and ventilation, heating and domestic hot water as well as cooling are at the heart of the energy transition and the energy-carbon challenge that France is committed to, with ambitious objectives for 2030 and 2050.
The exhibition’s star was without a doubt the Air to Water heat pump. Facing the recent ban on fuel boilers in new construction or heat generators overpassing 300 gCO2eq/kWh ICP emission, the air to water is the most energy efficient solution. hundreds of thousands of air to water systems were installed this year in Europe, and the rate is expected to grow significantly in the coming years. The need for remote service on these systems is evident, as a lot of calibration is required post installation and between the seasons. New financial models of ‘comfort leasing’ that promote these solutions also highlight the need for remote service tools that will allow the leasing company the ability to optimize its service and operations.
CoolAutomation presented its universal HVAC solutions dedicated to remotely control, manage and service HVAC systems including the Air to Water models, using cloud intelligence to optimize and reduce energy consumption.
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