Location：2446 King Abdullah Road, Riyadh 12451, Saudi Arabia
Venue:Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Center
Pavilion area:7,781 sqm
Riyadh Exhibitions Company
Exhibition Range:Automation & Control Systems
Cable Installation Aids
Cables & Cable Management Systems
Corrosion Protection Systems
Energy Management Systems
Energy Storage Devices and Connectivity Products
Hazardous Area Certified Electrical Distribution Equipment
Instrumentation, Test & Measurement
Lighting - Lamps, Luminaires, Accessories & Controls
New & Renewable Energy
Power Distribution Systems
Power Factor Correction Equipment
Safety & Security Equipment
Transformer Industry - Machines
Utilities & Service providers
Saudi Aircon, the partner event to Saudi Power, is the leading exhibition in the Middle East region for HVAC & refrigeration.
Saudi Aircon showcases the latest equipment, technology and innovative solutions for the heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration industries.
The world's largest market for air-conditioning
Demand for indoor cooling is growing rapidly in Saudi Arabia due to high population growth, rising affluence and numerous mega projects currently under construction.
WHY SAUDI ARABIA?
Saudi Arabia is the world's largest market for air conditioning - expected to surpass US$2.5 billion by 2019.
A surge of mega projects in Saudi Arabia (including educational institutions, hotels, office spaces, residential areas and expansions of development cities) has resulted in amassive increase in demand for air conditioning solutions. Increasing affluence, a developing tourism industry and high population growth have also contributed to increaseddemand for investment in the industry.
Whilst sales of conventional air conditioning units remain strong,new technologies are being more widely adopted, particularly large purpose-built projects such as; variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems, centrifugal chillers and district cooling.
·Oil is the main energy supplyfor HVAC systems. Energy-efficient systems could save the national economyUS$2.05 billion a year
·Air conditioning is responsible for70% of electricity consumptionin Saudi Arabia
·Demand for HVAC solutions is predicted to double by 2030 as1.5 millionnew homes needed for growing population willdoublethe current demand for HVAC solutions
·On the 4th July 2014,half a million more barrels of oil were burntin one day rather than in the whole of January due to temperatures peaking at 55 degree celcius