A majority of the buildings that will be required by the year 2030 in India are yet to be constructed. This presents us with a win-win opportunity. If India embraces the concept of green buildings to meet this huge demand, it will benefit both the environment and the economy. Currently, only a negligible number of buildings are classified as “green” in India, so it does open up a wide array of opportunities for Daikin India.
Net zero refers to achieving a balance between the amount of greenhouse gas emissions produced and the amount removed from the atmosphere. Because air conditioners usher in changes to our indoor environments in hot regions, helping prevent heat strokes and improving people’s health by giving them better air, they are a key part of the infrastructure support of society. The demand for air conditioning is expected to triple by the year 2050, driven by economic development.
Daikin’s social mission is to mitigate the impact of global warming wherever possible, while also providing people with comfortable air to breathe. Daikin’s Environmental Vision 2050 tackles challenges associated with the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions to net zero. By developing products and services that contribute to energy conservation, Daikin aims to reduce the world’s greenhouse gas emissions.