Tag : Defra
Refcom has said a focus on ensuring compliance across the UK with F-Gas regulations, as well as the potential implications on the cooling industry from ongoing uncertainty around Brexit were among key topics of recent discussions with government.
Quotas introduced as part of the EU’s F-Gas regulation will remain in place regardless of the final direction of Brexit, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has said in a policy update.
The government has announced it will be reviewing fuel duty rates and their possible impact on uptake of petrol and diesel alternatives for technology such as refrigerated transport as part of its draft Clear Air Strategy that has been published today.
Registration body Refcom aims to commence testing by the middle of August on a new online system for auditing organisations certified to handle F-Gas.