24 - 27 May 2021

16:00 - 22:00 Daily

Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Center

Why Saudi

HVAC R Market in Saudi Arabia

On the back of a construction boom in the country, Saudi Arabia alone represents over 50% of the total needed investments for HVAC R solutions in the GCC over the next 10 years, with $34bn worth of systems expected to be installed in that time. As demand increases the market will need to develop in line with government goals such as energy conservation and smart initiatives, making it the perfect time for the local and overseas industry to gather under one roof at HVAC R Expo Saudi.

Expected growth

With $34bn worth of HVAC R systems expected to be installed in Saudi Arabia over the next decade, there is massive potential in the market for new and competitive solutions to run in line with future government vision, be it through better connectedness, improving health standards or by reducing energy emissions.

Aligned with Saudi's Vision 2030, here are some of the biggest ongoing developments projects in the Kingdom, amounting to a value of $1.2 trillion.
Neom

$500 Billion

Smart Cities - NEOM - the Kingdom’s flagship investment is taking ‘smart city’ concept to its highest level yet. Smart City will focus on energy, mobility, biotech, food, water, digital, manufacturing, media, entertainment and livability.

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Riyadh Metro

$22.5 Billion

One of Saudi's largest construction schemes, the Riyadh Metro is a rapid transit system under construction. It will consist of six metro lines spanning a total length of 176 kilometers, with 85 stations.
The Red Sea Project

$8 Billion

22 islands in the Red Sea off the coast of Saudi Arabia - An exquisite sanctuary offering indulgent experiences, seamlessly customized to the unique needs of each visitor. The site encompasses an archipelago of more than 90 pristine islands, miles of sweeping desert and dramatic landscapes that include volcanoes, and canyons.

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King Salman Energy Park (Spark)

$1.6 Billion

Located between Dammam and Al-Ahsa in the Kingdom’s eastern province, is three phase energy and industrialisation hub. With a major focus on technology, Spark is projected to contribute $6 billion to Saudi Arabia’s GDP.

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