Refcom has said a focus on ensuring compliance across the UK with F-Gas regulations, as well as the potential implications on the cooling industry from ongoing uncertainty around Brexit were among key topics of recent discussions with government.
The government has launched a new online system to ensure the UK maintains current restrictions on the use of F-Gases in the event of a no deal Brexit.
Growing end-user familiarity with smart and connected building controls and increased user expectations are expected to drive an uptake of similar technologies for a range of commercial applications, the vice president of the BCIA has said.
A government commitment to require mandatory electrical safety checks every five years for systems introduced to rented properties is to be introduced into law as soon as “parliamentary time allows”.
This month’s magazine sees industry hitting back at criticism from outspoken entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson that efforts to realise more sustainable cooling have been “pathetic”
The institute of Refrigeration (IOR) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with its counterpart organisation in Australia to share information and expertise in order to face up to a range of cooling sector challenges.
Marks and Spencer has announced it will be adopting aerofoil technology in its stores to help curb the energy requirements of open-front retail fridges.
Toshiba Air Conditioning will be hosting a series of training events this year for installers focused on handling R32 and other flammable refrigerant.
Refcom has published new Brexit guidance for the UK cooling industry outlining how F-Gas regulations are expected to apply to their operations upon the country’s scheduled exit from the EU in late March.
RAC Magazine is hosting the latest in a series of free webinars with Chemours on February 7 that is focused on how industry can prepare for the upcoming service and new equipment ban for R404A and other higher GWP refrigerants.