A new UK building safety regulator and the introduction of stronger sanctions on bad practice are among key proposals of a major new government consultation on construction.
Annual RAC discussion event to be held in October this year to acommodate latest industry developments
IOR’s network, bringing academics and professionals together, will discuss harnessing of renewable sources for heating and cooling
The Danish Bitzer subsidiary Lodam Electronics has been integrated into the Bitzer umbrella brand as of 4 June and its name has been changed to Bitzer Electronics. The refrigeration giant says this step anchors the electronics expertise at Bitzer more firmly and strengthens its market position of the specialist for the long term.
Flame-free jointing companies settle patent design dispute without admission of liability or infringement
Next year’s Rankine 2020 Conference is expected to be the first international event that will consider the combined disciplines of Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) and Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps (RACHP).
Reforming skills training and poor payment practices remain pressing concerns for the building services sector despite some optimism around the industry’s fortunes in 2019, new research has found.
Australian retailer Woolworths is to let the general public visit some of its plant rooms as part of its celebrations for World Refrigeration Day on June 26.
Multiple issues concerning the illegal manufacture and use of the ozone depleting substance R11 in China remain unresolved, despite government claims that it would end the practice.
A major meeting of heat pump specialists has called on the EU to take an even stronger stance on sustainable heating and cooling following this week’s elections for the European parliament.