The third iteration of AIRAH’s The Future of HVAC 2015 conference explored a range of topics affecting not only the industry of tomorrow but also the industry of today, writes Matthew Dillon
performance of a transcritical CO2 system in a US supermarket over a year provided encouraging results when compared with traditional HFCs
The recent CIBSE conference lead with the issue of cyber security and the potential vulnerability of building services to criminal activity. Hywel Daviesconsiders the problem for owners and operators
Is there any good news from the RHI announcement for the RAC and heat pump industry?
It’s one of the most popular refrigerants, but switching away from R404A will boost operators’ environmental credentials and profit, contends Ray Gluckman of SKM Enviros
Current mainstream AC fan technology may not provide the required level of energy efficiency to comply with forthcoming legislation. Julian Milnes reports
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Krystyna Dawson, Senior Manager Heating Projects and Tom Garrigan, Senior Test Engineer, at BSRIA assess the recent RHI announcement
President of the Building & Engineering Services Association has added a note of caution to the buoyant mood among contractors captured in the association’s latest state of trade survey.
European policymakers and researchers alike are putting their collective minds to the challenge of reducing the energy produced by cooling and heating in buildings. Andrew Gaved reports
The 2011 ATMOsphere Europe conference was further proof of the advance in natural refrigerants, says organiser Marc Chasserot