TR - Tonnage
in 2035
104 million TR
in 2015 to...
9 million TR
Commercial ACs in India will grow from
in 2035
225 million
in 2015 to...
32 million
room ACs in India will grow from
If the future is left to business as usual,
will be emitted by ACs in India by 2030
338 MT CO2e*
As a result,
(approximately 12% of GHG emissions in 2010)
The Solution?
Excessive Conventional
Air Conditioning
The Culprit?
Lets Cool Down


The Fairconditioning program is an energy demand management (DSM) program with a focus on achieving indoor thermal comfort, in tropical climates, while reducing or avoiding conventional air-conditioning in order to reduce energy demand, and thereby improve energy access and lower GHG emissions.

In India, energy efficiency is the most abundant source of energy as well as the cheapest, but it has received little attention as such compared to coal-fired power plants.

The program articulates a three-iii approach for transforming the cooling of interiors in tropical climates: improving energy-efficiency (EE) in the continuing building boom, integrating the most energy efficient-technologies to address cooling load in buildings, and, influencing corporate consumer behaviour.

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Fairconditioning Bulletin | October 2016

This newsletter, from the Fairconditionin (FC) team reporting from Pune and Geneva, includes recent developments on our activities dedicated to enhancing energy efficiency in the indoor thermal cooling sector in India. This is Fairconditioning The Faircondi-oning programme is a collabora-on between a Geneva (Switzerland) based NGO, Noé21, and a Pune based social enterprise, cBalance Solu/ons Hub. The programmes’ staff works to invert the current trend of very high-energy consump-on in India. A high-energy consump-on mostly caused by the quasi absence of green, energy efficient buildings. While installing a culture of energy efficient building design and highly efficient indoor cooling techniques, Faircondi-oning...
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