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Heineken has unveiled a new carbon reduction programme, which will see it target a massive increase in its share of renewable thermal energy and electricity in production from 14 per cent to 70 per cent by 2030. With the ‘Drop the C’ programme, the brewer said it wants to ‘drive a real change towards renewable energy’ rather than achieving reduction targets with unbundled certificates.
Hertfordshire contractor Capital Refrigeration Services says it has instructed solicitors in a bid to end the confusion in the industry caused by the new company formed following the adminstration of Capital Cooling Ltd.
The industry has to face up to the ‘new normal’ of restricted R410A and R404A availability, but we have to work together to limit the damage
Researchers in Hong Kong find that cells from the skin surface will create food for bacteria, creating odour even in dust-free environments
Ingersoll-Rand has continued to expand its HVAC business with the purchase of process cooling and heating specialist ICS Cool Energy.
Process cooling and heating specialist is seen as a complement for I-R’sTrane chiller brand
Team of ‘ethical hackers’ shows controls easily compromised, risking HVAC shutdowns
Central England Co-operative finds that ‘ground up’ design for doored cases are up to 43 per cent more efficient than adapted designs
Refrigerant distributor IDS has announced the sad news that Ken Clements died on Boxing Day . Ken had a long involvement in the cooling industry, with a career spanning over 30 years, cutting his teeth at NRS and serving there for many years before moving to HRP in 2001. He was also a member of the Institute of Refrigeration.
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