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In the first of a series of regular shorter blogs, Andrew Gaved asks ‘what do we tell the customers?’
Whether it is politically or environmentally motivated is still not clear, but the French authorities have upped the ante over car air conditioning
Do you think this glimpse of summer has taught the average UK building owner or operator about timely maintenance?
Another thing that came out of my chat on Radio Leeds the other day – did I mention I was on the radio? - was a surprisingly generous plug for the Cooling Awards.
No-one can predict which way the F-Gas proposals are going to go, but whatever the changes are, they are going to cost somebody dearly.
When environmental campaigner Greenpeace sprang to the defence of Daimler over its rejection of R1234yf, it certainly raised a few eyebrows in the cooling industry.
When the national press gets its teeth into a cooling story, the results are inevitably messy.
The donations to the raffle on Cooling Awards night raised £5280 for the Sparks charity to devote to children’s medical research
As the WR business is broken up, the last fortnight’s events should give us pause for thought as to what the cooling industry needs to do to survive into the future
Well, it has been another month with no shortage of activity in the cooling industry. That well-known Chinese curse “may you live in interesting times” comes to mind.