DIGITAL BACK ISSUES
This month’s issue looks at neurodiversity and how growing awareness of supporting individuals with conditions such as ADHD and dyslexia may help the cooling industry to rethink how it tackles critical challenges.
The August edition of RAC Magazine considers how the cooling sector is facing up to these pressures by looking at new approaches to technology, controls and data-led systems that are coming to market.
With the first World Refrigeration Day in June seeking to build greater awareness of the pressing challenges facing the cooling sector, July’s RAC Magazine looks at how industry is looking to embrace a need for alternative refrigerants and better overall compliance with EU F-Gas legislation.
The latest edition of RAC Magazine coincides with the inaugural World Refrigeration Day that takes place on June 26
The May issue of RAC Magazine includes a look at how widespread the problem of refrigerant smuggling and non-compliance is across Europe.
With the first ever World Refrigeration Day set for June 26 this year, April’s RAC Magazine considers the importance of the event in recognising the significant challenges in trying to sustainably meet increasing demand for cooling systems and services.
This month’s RAC Magazine includes a showcase of new applications for natural refrigerant that includes a “world first” installation of a rotary compressor pack running on CO2 at a Tesco Express store and a range of other technologies intended to transform cooling efficiency.
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.