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    The Internet of Things

    Daikin’s Paul Rauker discusses the current and future role of the Internet of Things in the HVAC industry with Kyle Gargaro

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    Talking hot and cold

    EPEE’s recent Heating and cooling in the Energy Union project conference produced a lively debate on the future of energy integration, says Andrea Voigt

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    All around the world

    The agreement between UNEP and ARHI is the next step in attempts to regulate and raise the minimum standards within the global supply chain, says Graeme Fox

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    Onward and upward

    The global refrigerants market is poised to reach £13.3bn by 2020, with Europe set to play a major role, according to the latest report by marketsandmarkets

  • heat pump

    RHI uncertainty hits tenders

    A heat pump specialist has announced its withdrawal from a multi-million pound tender because of uncertainty over RHI funding. Now it wants government assurances. Andrew Gaved reports

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    Poor records ‘could risk legal action’

    F-Gas compliance standards on many commercial refrigeration and air conditioning sites are falling short of mandatory requirements. RAC reports

  • thermometer

    ASHRAE refutes office AC temperature ‘bias’ claims research

    Revered US HVAC technical association ASHRAE has contested claims that office working temperatures are based on outdated standards that don’t take female staff into account.

  • IOR

    Setting standards

    The Institute of Refrigeration is updating codes of practice and calling for conference papers. Secretary Miriam Rodway reports

  • cooltherm

    Right sort of cutbacks 

    North Somerset Council is saving £50,000 a year on its office building, thanks to the efficient operation of its new magnetic bearing chillers. RAC reports

  • flaktwoods

    What goes around...

    Air movement specialist Fläkt Woods believes its Recooler HP with recovery wheel is a timely piece of equipment. Andrew Gaved hears why

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