Written by ATMOsphere’s global experts in natural refrigerants, the Natural Refrigerants Market Report looks at commercial and industrial refrigeration equipment in Europe, the U.S. and Japan. The natural refrigerants market report includes sections on CO2, ammonia and hydrocarbons refrigeration, plus new technologies with the potential to disrupt the traditional vapor compression markets.
Rapid growth has sparked increasing interest in the natural refrigerants marketplace from investors, end users, manufacturers, and other stakeholders from around the world. As such, ATMOsphere undertook a massive global research effort to investigate both the current and future demand for clean cooling technologies in this sector.
“With this report, the ATMOsphere team has made a first attempt to quantify our collective and expansive knowledge of this sector – sharing a unique insider’s perspective that leverages our extensive network of global experts,” explained Ilana Koegelenberg, an author of the report and ATMOsphere Co-Founder.
The market report combines a qualitative approach with a quantitative one, investigating transcritical CO2, low-charge ammonia, and hydrocarbon refrigeration equipment. The report investigates and aims to answer:
- What is the current market size of key natural refrigerant technologies (CO2, ammonia and hydrocarbons) in each region and sector?
- What trends are impacting the growth of these natural refrigerant technologies?
- What growth can be expected in each sector and region between now and 2025? It also considers growth until 2030.