The “Ice Ribbon” speed-skating ice rink will have a cooling capacity of 4MW (1,137TR).
The new courses cover ammonia, CO2, and how heat pumps can be used to increase energy efficiency.
The Authorized Contractor Program positions members as trusted, industry-endorsed experts.
The September 1 event will include expert presentations, an exhibitor hall, and informal networking opportunities.
Engineers Without Borders USA selects three vapor-compressor projects, two with hydrocarbons and one with ammonia, plus four others, for developing world.
Three cold room webinars start May 6; five contractor webinars start May 20.
French IP company launches program for Cooltech’s patents, with Ubiblue as the first licensee.
The country’s Environmental Research Centre is leading a transition to climate-friendly refrigerants in spite of cheap HFC imports from Russia.
It is only the third ratification in 2020 for the global HFC-reduction treaty.
The pioneering system helps heat more than 1,350 homes, one school and two leisure
centers, with lower heating bills.
The trade group asks HVAC&R stakeholders to submit information on events by May 20.