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HFCs can be and should be handled right away under the Montreal Protocol, said the US Special Envoy on Climate Change, Todd Stern.
British businesses have won £70 million of contracts for the 2014 World Cup and Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic games, the prime minister said today.
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.
Saudi Arabia, the world’s biggest oil producer, has plans to become 100 per cent powered by renewable and low-carbon forms of energy, according to an influential member of the royal family, The Guardian reported.
A new research centre combining the HVAC expertise of the universities of Warwick, Ulster, London South Bank and Loughborough has been created to develop cost-effective and energy-efficient heating and cooling technologies.
Renewable energy store Green Square has announced the launch of a franchise operation, encouraging entrepreneurs to facilitate the UK-wide expansion of the brand, Startups.co.uk reported.
The refrigeration industry is working overtime to convince MEPs to row back on the targets set by the European ENVI committee last week
The European Parliament’s rapporteur on the review of the European Union’s F-Gas Regulation has submitted a report calling for widespread bans on the use of fluorinated greenhouse gases in the European Union.
An independent report has recommended biomass as a cost-effective way to meet UK renewable energy targets.
Ofgem’s chief executive has warned of the UK’s lack of energy capacity, labelling the period between 2015 and 2018 as a “near-crisis”.