Low Carbon news
In April various world-leading experts on solar cooling technology gathered in Australia to give insight on the future of the technology, says Matthew Dillon
BSRIA has agreed an endorsing partnership with Low Carbon England 2015 (1st and 2nd Dec 2015) held at The National Motorcycle Museum Birmingham.
A breakthrough deal to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 40 per cent by 2030, compared with 1990 levels, has been reached by EU leaders.news
EPEE calls for enforcement for ecodesign and energy labelling by the EU during debate organised by the manufactuers’ association.
A report from the UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC) industry Task Group has warned that the Government must urgently push ahead with plans to ensure all new non domestic buildings are built to zero carbon standards from 2019.
Commercial law firm, Paris Smith LLP has joined temperature control specialist ICS Cool Energy in advising businesses to ensure their AC systems comply with UK law by carrying out a TM44 inspection.
The European Heat Pump Association EHPA has backed the European Parliament’s joint Environment (ENVI) and Energy (ITRE) Committee decision to recognise heating and cooling in today’s vote on a 2030 framework for climate and energy policies.
HFCs can be and should be handled right away under the Montreal Protocol, said the US Special Envoy on Climate Change, Todd Stern.
The European Heat Pump Association (EHPA) has released a position paper before tomorrow’s meeting of environment attachés of the Member States to discuss the F-gas Regulation review.
The Carbon Trust has announced the results of a recent survey and the launch of its Green Business Directory.