The air conditioning industry is a big business.
That’s the conclusion of a study from consulting firm Towers Watson.
The firm says it was the first independent study of the industry, and it offers some interesting numbers.
The survey found that air conditioning business revenues were $2.7 billion in 2011.
The industry generated $1.7 trillion in total revenue.
This is the second year in a row that the industry’s total revenue was higher than the overall GDP.
That suggests a strong recovery in the industry.
The company says it used data from the American Airline Association (AAA), a trade association, to identify the regions where the highest volume of business was coming from.
There are several different kinds of business: air conditioning is an example of one.
This includes home use, residential and commercial, and industrial.
The main business that generated the most revenue was residential, with $2 billion.
Residential air conditioning was second with $1 billion, followed by industrial air conditioning with $800 million.
Other types of business accounted for $800 to $1 million of revenue.
The remaining $600 million came from business that was nonresidential, commercial, residential, or industrial.
Towers Watson estimates that the Air Quality Index (AQI) will rise in the United States as a whole from 2013 to 2024, due to more carbon dioxide emissions from power plants, transportation, and manufacturing.
In the US, air conditioning and air conditioning lines are considered to be among the leading causes of air pollution, according to the study.
Air conditioning is one of the most common forms of heating and air conditioners have been around for centuries.
Today, the majority of air conditioning units are owned and operated by private businesses.
Some manufacturers and retailers even provide free air conditioning.
However, the popularity of air conditioner air conditioning has exploded in recent years, thanks to the advent of electric cars, the introduction of air purifiers and other home appliances, and other advances in technology.
According to Towers Watson, the number of air-conditioning units has increased by almost 30 percent since 2000, and the number is expected to continue increasing.
The study also suggests that there is a large gap between what customers actually need to buy and what they actually spend.
The average consumer is paying between $800 and $1,000 a month for air conditioning; the average business is paying $1 to $5,000 per month.
The biggest culprit in the increasing air conditioning cost is rising demand for air conditioning products.
According to Towers, an average consumer spends between $600 and $800 a month on air conditionering, which is about double what they pay for the same item in other countries.
In fact, the average consumer in the US spends $4,000 on air conditioning per year.
Towers Watson estimates air conditioning purchases in the country totaled $6.5 billion in the first six months of 2012.