EPEE (the European Partnership for Energy and the Environment), the voice of the refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump industry in Europe, is today (28 April) welcoming 10 journalists from across Europe, as well as representatives of the European Commission, for a press briefing on its ‘Gapometer’.
Haier, the appliance manufacturer, has opened a new factory in Russia in response to increasing demand from the European market.
Airedale International has unveiled its new state-of-the-art training centre in Rawdon, Leeds.
A new survey conducted by HVAC recruiter Thornhvac has revealed the best HVAC manufacturers to work for, by sector, as chosen by those working in the industry.
More than 150 papers from over 30 countries have now been accepted for the 12th IIR Gustav Lorentzen Natural Working Fluids Conference from 21-24 August, which is being hosted by the Institute of Refrigeration.
Commercial engineering firm Robinsons M & E, based in North Yorkshire, has appointed a new managing director.
Honeywell has launched the Honeywell Authorised Dealers programme to help purchasers ensure they are buying refrigerants that comply with the EU’s F-gas regulation, which is aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions related to refrigerants and other materials.
ASHRAE UK Midlands section is hosting an open seminar event on 14 June at Birmingham University, in association with the IOR, CIBSE West Midlands, BRSA and the BEI.
CIBSE (the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers) has unveiled a new Code of Practice for surface water source heat pumps which aims to help the UK meet targets to cut carbon emissions.
Hubbard Products is supporting the Southwest’s fastest refrigeration engineer, who is aiming to capture 2016’s TimeAttack highest level.
A team of 12 cyclists, which included staff from Mitsubishi Electric and refrigeration and air conditioning specialist Pitkin & Ruddock, set out from Ipswich last Friday to bike 220 miles raising vital funds for the Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI).
Hoshizaki Europe Limited has received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade 2016.
Diffusion, the heating and cooling equipment specialist, has been acquired by the Volution Group plc, a leading supplier of ventilation products to the residential and commercial construction market in the UK and northern Europe.
BSRIA and Designing Buildings Wiki are launching an open competition calling for ideas that will make buildings perform better.
According to former ASHRAE president Richard Rooley, the building services industry needs to give more attention to what it is trying to achieve, and how to manage people, projects and processes to deliver buildings that perform as the clients require.
A slowdown in construction sector growth is being predicted by the Construction Products Association (CPA) as risks continue to rise.
AB Systems, a leading expert in process cooling and materials handling, has amalgamated with Sterling Ancillary Services.
On June 23 and 24, 2016, internationally renowned experts will join the eurammon symposium in Schaffhausen, Switzerland to discuss the future of the heating, ventilating and air conditioning industry.
Holborn Projects, the provider of commercial air conditioning services, has appointed Stephen James as contracts manager, following a period of sustained growth and new business wins.
At the 26th annual FETA lunch, held on 14 April at the Brewery in London, chairman Graham Wright updated more than 600 attendees on the association’s activities.
Family-run business, European Refrigeration of Rayleigh, Essex, has been awarded the Royal Warrant of Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen for provision of their services as Commercial Refrigeration Engineers.
Around 74% of UK firms expect to drive high levels of digitisation and integration by 2021, according to a new global report by PwC entitled Industry 4.0: Building the Digital Enterprise.
UK-based refrigeration specialist Oceanic Technical Solutions has introduced a new compressor overhaul exchange service in response to increased market demand for ship-board refrigeration compressor overhauls.
Tesco has reported pre-tax profits of £162m for the year ending 27 February, following a loss of £6.3bn last year.
According to a new report by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers a radical rethink about the role of schools and colleges in promoting engineering is needed.
BSRIA says it is disappointed by the findings of the recently published Zero Carbon Hub report ‘Ventilation in New Homes’.
The Glen Dimplex Group has acquired Ability Projects, based in Poole, Dorset, and a specialist in the design, manufacture and supply of fan coil units (FCUs) and digital control technology.
According to the Construction Product Association’s latest State of Trade Survey, sales of construction products increased for the first quarter of 2016.
Honeywell has entered into a supply agreement with a Chinese manufacturer to produce Honeywell Solstice yf, further extending its global supply base for the low global warming potential mobile air conditioning refrigerant.
Toshiba Air Conditioning, which introduced the industry’s first seven year warranty, has launched a new warranty scheme based on installer skills and competence.
Kingswood Air Conditioning has introduced the StaySafe solution to monitor the safety of its lone working engineers.
Integral UK, a leading independently owned mechanical, electrical and fabric property maintenance provider, has opened a new office in Faversham as part of its continued expansion into the refrigeration and industrial HVAC sectors.
Dunham-Bush has supplied Cambridge Regional College (CRC) with its latest Lynx Fan Coil Units and complete control systems.
BESA Training has launched three new courses targeting site supervisors and people who have recently started to work within the building engineering services sector.
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