The joint venture between Toshiba and Carrier will establish a new facility in Poland, therefore establishing a manufacturing presence in Europe to meet demand for air conditioning equipment and heat pump technology.
A lower flammability refrigerant with a GWP of 146 developed by Honeywell has been selected by Central England Co-operative for a trial at a community food store in Tamworth.
The Airedale Group has announced the acquisition of Flowrite Refrigeration as part of a move to expands it capabilities to offer an end-to-end facilities management service for customers that will now include cooing functions.
Legislation that seeks to phase out HFC use in favour of alternative refrigerants has been proposed by a bipartisan group of politicians serving in the US House of Representatives.
European countries have so far failed to outline designated strategies to realise sustainable cooling that also factors in the importance of energy efficiency, the European Partnership for Energy and the Environment (EPEE) has argued.
The construction sector must ensure strong political pressure is in place to realise sustainable buildins commitments made in this year’s General Election, several trade bodies have argued.
Daikin’s Karen Perry has been appointed the new chairperson of the Institute of Refrigeration’s (IOR) Women in RACHP Network.
A fifth consecutive year of growth in the value of the global air-conditioning market is expected over the course of 2019, according to recent industry analysis from BSRIA.
The future of the UK cooling sector is inextricably linked with the heating industry and many of the training and environmental challenges faced in the drive to decarbonisation, a panel of industry experts have said during the latest BESA National Conference.
Airedale’s formation of a specialised European Data Centres Solutions Team is looking to support the development of practical lower GWP solutions and systems that can better match the operational efficiencies of adiabatic cooling, albeit with improved water conservation.