DIGITAL BACK ISSUES
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”
2018 came to a close with RAC magazine hosting its inaugural Cooling Business of the Year awards. The concept came out of our face to face judging for the Cooling Awards earlier in the year.
Enforcement is just one of the pressing challenges facing efforts by the EU cooling industry in trying to phase-out use of higher GWP refrigerant. The claims have been made amidst fears that the unknown scope of illegal trade for such gasses could derail any progress made by industry under the F-Gas regulation.
The latest issue of RAC Magazine considers the major themes of the Chillventa show that was held last month in Germany.
In October’s RAC Magazine, we look at calls from across the global refrigeration industry for government regulators to help tackle the availability of potentially unsafe refrigerant.
September’s RAC Magazine includes a look at parliamentary and industry concerns that have been raised over the challenges in tackling overheating within the nation’s buildings as government faces calls to amend Building Regulations accordingly.
This month’s RAC Magazine looks at calls for government to better address industry nervousness about enforcing F-Gas regulations post-Brexit. It also considers the role A-Gas has played in helping retailer Asda remove large volumes of R404A across its estate as part of a project to retrofit over 100 stores.
RAC Magazine’s latest Question Time event is a major focus of this month’s edition, with industry efforts to reclaim wasted gas such as R404A being viewed by attendees as a positive market development.
The June edition of RAC Magazine offers a detailed look at our recent roundtable event focused on how the commercial refrigeration supply chain is adapting to adopting lower-GWP refrigerant and how key barriers linked to training and safety standards can be overcome.
May’s RAC Magazine considers initial feedback from our latest Round Table discussion on the future of refrigerant use in the retail sector that has looked at a broad number of concerns such as industry willingness to train engineers over the use lower GWP gas such as the mildly flammable R32.