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The EURIS advisory body, which brings together manufacturing and mechanical engineering bodies such as BEAMA and FETA, has this week launched a new network with EU counterparts intended to alleviate potential market disruption by creating a single industrial voice on key Brexit ambitions.
The Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) is calling for member feedback over the potential impacts of Brexit on a number of key topics such as the complexity of their supply and value chains, as well as the current extent of exports and imports to and from other member states.
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.
March’s RAC Magazine includes a focus on how EU regulation, or a potential lack of it in some cases, may impact the cooling industry on the back of debate over the UK’s place in the European customs union.
Adapting to an unprecedented rate of change in both the technological and political landscape of the HVAC industry will be among key focuses for BEAMA’s new president Patrick Caiger-Smith as the organisation looks to help members deal with Brexit and improving energy efficiency.
January’s RAC Magazine brings together influential stakeholders from across the industrial supply chain for a roundtable debate that has identified enormous challenges ahead, including broad industry consensus on the need for effective guidance.
Refcom has urged the UK government to continue to comply with the EU’s F-Gas regulations as closely as possible following the conclusion of the Brexit process.
Parliament’s Environmental Audit Committee has highlighted concerns about a “lack of consensus” over the impact Brexit may have on existing European and global commitments to curb F-Gas emissions in the UK.
FETA has identified ensuring a continued supply of refrigerants and mirroring commitments to European F-Gas regulations as major concerns for the UK cooling industry as talks continue over defining the country’s post-Brexit relationship with the EU.
Environmental Audit Committee will look at current effectiveness of F-Gas reduction efforts in the UK and consult on post-Brexit laws