印尼的HVAC (冷暖氣空調設備) 市場 (2015年)
Indonesia HVAC 2016
|出版商||BRG Building Solutions||商品編碼||350258|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 83 Pages
本報告提供印尼的HVAC (冷暖氣空調設備)──熱水器·太陽能熱水器·空調等──市場相關分析，提供各整體市場及類別之市場趨勢的實際成果值·預測值 (過去9年·今後6年份) ，及主要市場推動因素與其影響度，價格趨勢，各終端用戶 (新建設用·重建用等)技術方式別的詳細趨勢，再加上主要企業·品牌的市場佔有率，流通結構等資訊。
This report provides an in-depth analysis of the Indonesian HVAC market including the monitoring of recent trend patterns and demand drivers, plus substantiated volume forecasts for the next five years.
Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world and the most heavily population nation in Asia, with a high population density of over 300 persons per every square kilometre. Though the climate is tropical and there is no winter season in Indonesia, water heater sales see a rise during a long rainy season, when the temperature drops below the average and warm water is preferred by people, particularly among the middle class Indonesians.
The electric storage water heater is by far the dominant water heating product in Indonesia, as it was the first water heating solution to be introduced to the country's market. It is only recently that the instantaneous variety has been introduced, is slowly making inroads in Indonesian households. Indonesia is deficient as far as the generation of electricity is concerned, and as a result in areas of limited and erratic supply, gas water heaters are also used. The share of gas water heaters is expected to decrease as an increased number of areas are electrified and supply of electricity becomes more reliable. The removal of fuel subsidies by the government in 2015 has prompted people to move further away from gas fired water heaters and in favor of electric water heaters, especially in urban areas. Solar thermal water heaters have also been installed in many newly constructed, upscale residences, but with no government subsidy or incentives in place, sales remain limited.
Owing to the increasing cost of electricity in Indonesia, demand for solar thermal water heaters is expected to grow in future. With a fast-developing economy and rising disposable incomes, awareness levels among the Indonesian consumers are rising. As the penetration of water heaters is still very low in Indonesia, it is therefore believed that there is a vast potential for further growth of this product throughout the forecasting period.
This report focuses on the following product categories: