The guide is aimed at those looking for basic information about Legionella
November 23, 2015
BSRIA has announced the release of its second topic guide on the subject of Legionella, which is available to download for free from its website. The guide is aimed at those looking for basic information about Legionella including definition, history, and prevalence.
EPEE event discusses key issues including the energy label, heating and cooling, and F-gas
November 9, 2015
The European Partnership for Energy and the Environment (EPEE) hosted event entitled “From HFCs, Heating & Cooling, to Energy Labelling: Europe’s Energy Challenges for 2016 and beyond” brought together representatives from industry, the European Union (EU) institutions, member states, and other stakeholders.
Nippon PMAC has launched 4-pipe system climate control technology for existing 2-pipe installations with no structural alteration required. The system, known as PAFMAC, provides hotel rooms with individual climate control so that hotels can provide a better guest experience while increasing their own profit margins.
Facility claimed to be ‘world’s first’ is opened in Croydon, London
October 5, 2015
Joined by the Minister of State for Universities and Science, Jo Johnson, at the official opening of its Clean Cold and Power Technology Centre, the new facility is home to Dearman’s research and development activities, including the delivery of a range of zero-emission cold and power technologies.
Non-adoption of BIM could hinder the UK construction sector over the next year, according to research
September 21, 2015
BSRIA is concerned that three quarters of surveyors believe non-adoption of building information modeling (BIM) could seriously hinder the United Kingdom construction sector over the next year, according to research published by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
An innovative large scale heat pump system from Star Renewable Energy and E.ON will work with a solar energy installation to supply E.ON’s community energy center in Cranbrook to the east of Exeter, with renewable heating and hot water.
Experts on solar cooling gathered in Australia to give insight on the future of the technology
August 3, 2015
Held at the University of Wollongong, the Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Airconditioning and Heating’s (AIRAH’s) Solar Heating and Cooling Workshop stoked the interest, ideas, and debate surrounding the emerging technology.
Event called for the right regulatory conditions and the creation of suitable consumer incentives
July 20, 2015
The European Partnership for Energy and the Environment (EPEE) hosted a debate on June 30 organized by PubAffairs entitled “Heating and cooling in the Energy Union project: the challenges ahead for implementing an efficiency-based energy approach.”
Must ask the right questions when formulating a strategy for the Internet of Things (IoT), says expert
July 6, 2015
Mark Lee, CCO of Intamac, an IoT enabler with over a decade of experience, said, “IoT is a relatively new sector, where best practices around things like security are constantly evolving and certainly not widely adopted across the industry. This means manufacturers have to be extremely careful when developing their IoT strategy.”