Tag : 'clean cold'
Community ‘cooling hubs’ that would address a range of needs, such as protecting food supplies, students and medicines from high temperatures, are to be trialled in India as part of a collaboration with clean cold academics.
Clean cold experts from the University of Birmingham have launched a new online tool in conjunction with the UK government and the globally-focused Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program (K-CEP) to help with sustainable energy initiatives and business planning.
The Institute of Refrigeration (IOR) has entered into a memorandum of understanding with the Pakistan HVACR Society (PHVACR) that could lead to future collaboration work focused on expanded sharing of knowledge and expertise.
More must be done to bridge the isolated use of clean cold and cold chain networks moving forward to ensure a more sustainable approach to cooling in food distribution, academics have argued.
Indian policy makers will take part in a clean cold workshop at the University of Birmingham next week to support a better understanding of the technical, economic and political challenges for sustainable cooling at a regional and global level.
With cooling expected to be one of the fastest growing areas of demand for energy around the world, academics argue the refrigeration industry must look beyond traditional approaches to fuel and power by considering more integrated thinking to create a “cold economy”