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A need to balance increasing demand for cooling functions with more sustainable products and systems, as well as ensuring sufficient skills are introduced and retained across the industry, have been identified among AREA’s key objectives up to 2025.
Growing end-user familiarity with smart and connected building controls and increased user expectations are expected to drive an uptake of similar technologies for a range of commercial applications, the vice president of the BCIA has said.
The latest issue of RAC Magazine considers the major themes of the Chillventa show that was held last month in Germany.
Manufacturers of smart appliances that provide cooling, air conditioning or heating functions will be asked to develop new technical standards to support greater adoption of these technologies across the UK.
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.