Get the new Summer Temperature Tool from PHI to modify your PHPP calculation. You will use it to test your building for summer comfort under extreme temperature conditions and adjust your mechanical systems for future temperature increase or for urban heat island effects.
Cooling demand for buildings is increasing world wide and becomes an important factor in designing a building. Left is a picture of a building with multiple outdoor units an indication of a very inefficient building envelope. The building is located in Singapore, a notably hot and humid climate.
Air conditioner sales grew 16% in 2018 to their highest ever level...(IEA)
Global air conditioner sales grew by their largest annual increase, with 16% growth to over 175 million units in 2018. Annual variations in sales are linked to weather patterns and the exceptional growth in 2018 was driven in part by extreme weather and prolonged heat waves.
Much of the growth in air conditioner sales was led by India, North America (especially Mexico), Brazil, the Middle East, and China. China’s market remains the world’s largest and is not yet saturated. Read More
What will climate feel like in 60 years? Over the next few decades, global climate is expected to undergo a dramatic transformation in an ongoing response to greenhouse gas emissions. What do we expect future climate to feel like and how might this change if we reduce emissions? Learn more