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Entries now open for 2022 ACR News Awards

The ACR News Awards - a leading scheme for the recognition of excellence and innovation from across the air conditioning and refrigeration sector - are back for 2022.

Now celebrating25 years since the event began, the scheme has served as a celebration of the leading products, projects, companies and professionals.

There is an array of expertly-curated categories up for grabs in 2022, so whatever it is you do best, you can get an independent stamp of industry approval for it.

Entering is quick, easy and completely free of charge. All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning is find your prime opportunity to shine, put together an entry statement, gather any supporting documents and submit it all via the online entry portal.

We look forward to welcoming you for our landmark anniversary year!

 

 

 

 

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