Global $24.4 Billion HVAC Controls Market to 2025

Dublin, Dec. 17, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global HVAC Controls Market with COVID-19 Impact Analysis by System (Temperature, Integrated Controls), Component (Sensors, Controllers & Controlled Devices), Implementation Type (New Construction, Retrofit), Application, and Geography - Forecast to 2025" report has been added to's offering.

The global HVAC controls market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.5% from 2020 to 2025, reaching USD 24.4 billion by 2025 from USD 14.8 billion in 2020.

The demand for HVAC equipment is increasing owing to the boom in the construction sector on a global scale. Rapid urbanization in developing countries, especially in APAC, has created a huge demand for HVAC equipment. New constructions are proactively incorporating smart systems and automation systems in their architecture. For instance, upcoming projects in India related to smart cities, bullet trains, and infrastructural development are fueling the demand for HVAC equipment, and, in turn, the demand for HVAC controls.

HVAC controls market to be driven by controllers and controlled equipment during the forecast period

The controllers and controlled equipment segment is expected to hold a significant share of the HVAC control industry during the forecast period. Controllers and controlled equipment are responsible for the execution of HVAC controls in the area. They enable the proper flow of air inside the building to maintain indoor humidity and ventilation levels. Their application in residential and commercial sectors drive the market for controllers and controlled equipment. The use of innovative smart vents in controllers and controlled equipment is also fueling the growth of the HVAC controls market.

Integrated control system segment to grow at significant CAGR during the forecast period

An integrated control system is a combination of temperature, ventilation, light, and other control systems. This combination provides users with the benefit of different features of different controls. Integrated control systems are also expected to integrate communication modes, such as Wi-Fi, cloud computing, and the Internet of Things (IoT), which would help in controlling, monitoring, and maintaining HVAC systems from virtually anywhere. The surge in the use of IoT in building infrastructures and the demand for smart homes are driving the growth of this market. Increasing demand for energy efficiency in buildings is also a major factor contributing to the growth of the market for integrated control systems.

COVID-19 has impacted almost all the industries worldwide by disrupting the supply chain and hindering various industrial operations. Most companies have halted their manufacturing activities or have reduced it to the bare minimum. COVID-19-responsive measures undertaken by governments, such as lockdown and social distancing, have led to the closure of commercial complexes. With no or very few commercial operations allowed, power demand from the commercial sector is very low. All these factors would affect the market for HVAC systems, as new systems would not be deployed in commercial and industrial applications during the ongoing crisis. However, residential applications of HVAC systems are supporting market growth.

HVAC controls market in APAC to witness the highest growth rate in the coming years

China held the largest size of the HVAC controls market in APAC in 2019. Rising industrialization and urbanization have created the need for energy saving. The government is promoting efficient energy consumption practices in the country, which is expected to drive the demand for energy-efficient HVAC systems. India is also among the largest emitters of greenhouse gases in the world because of rapid industrialization. Growing concerns about the effect of environmental pollution have increased the adoption of HVAC systems in the country.

The rising construction of new residential and commercial buildings has propelled the demand for HVAC controls for residential and commercial applications. Moreover, increasing smart city projects and government subsidiaries for HVAC manufacturers on energy-efficient devices are key factors propelling the market growth in the region.

The key players in the HVAC controls market include Honeywell International Inc (US), Johnson Controls (US), Schneider Electric (France), Siemens (Germany), Carrier Global Corporation (US), Emerson Electric (US), Trane Technologies plc (Ireland), Lennox (US), Delta Controls (Canada), Distech Controls (Canada), KMC Controls (US), Daikin Industries (Japan), LG Electronics (South Korea), Jackson Systems (US), and OJ Electronics (Denmark).

Market Dynamics


  • Consolidating Trend of Smart Homes, Accelerated Further by COVID-19 Situation to Boost HVAC Controls Market Growth
  • Boom in Construction Sector Fueling Demand for HVAC Controls
  • Emergence of IoT-enabled HVAC Systems
  • Need to Achieve Energy Efficiency in Buildings


  • Low Adoption of HVAC Controls due to Lack of Awareness Among End-users
  • High Costs and Technical Complexities Associated with Installation of HVAC Control Systems


  • Growing Demand for Cloud Computing in HVAC
  • Integration of Smart Devices with HVAC Systems


  • Decelerated Growth of HVAC Controls Market due to Likelihood of Spread of COVID-19 Through Operation of Air-Conditioning and Ventilation Systems
  • Complexities in Upgrading Existing HVAC Systems

Companies Mentioned

  • Astronics Peco
  • Azbil
  • Bosch
  • Carrier Global Corporation
  • Computrols
  • Cubic Sensor and Instrument Co. Ltd.
  • Daikin Industries
  • Delta Controls
  • Distech Controls
  • Ecobee
  • Emerson Electric
  • Honeywell International Inc.
  • Jackson Systems
  • Johnson Controls
  • KMC Controls
  • Lennox
  • LG Electronics
  • Mitsubishi Electric
  • OJ Electronics
  • Regin
  • Salus
  • Sauter
  • Schneider Electric
  • Siemens
  • Trane Technologies plc

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