The decision fulfills a key promise Trump made on the campaign trail and overturns a major accomplishment by his predecessor, Barack Obama.
In countries with high ambient temperatures, air-conditioning is not a luxury: it is a necessity. In 2013, the project, “Promoting low global warming potential refrigerants for air-conditioning sectors in high ambient temperature countries (PRAHA)” was approved by the Multilateral Fund with UNIDO and UNEP as the implementing agencies.
The ECOLINE+ six-cylinder line cuts costs and lends itself to industrial applications.
John Miles outlines the benefits of the third-generation SANCO2 heat pump water heater, capable of delivering hot water extremely efficiently.
André Patenaude urges end users to adopt natural refrigerants as future-proof solutions in view of the f-gas phase-down taking place in different jurisdictions worldwide.
Jim Knudsen introduces the CTM multi-ejector (CTM) for boosting the efficiency of CO2 transcritical systems, winner of the Innovation Award at the AHR Expo.
The low-temperature freezers are aimed at the research sector.
The Paris Agreement’s entry into force is an historic day — it shows the shift to a greener world is irreversible.
New components are helping to bring CO2 refrigeration systems to warmer climates and heat pumps can broaden the application of this natural refrigerant still further, Giovanni Dorin, the company’s marketing director, told.
Kigali, 15 October 2016 — Nearly 200 countries struck a landmark deal today to reduce the emissions of powerful greenhouse gases, hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), in a move that could prevent up to 0.5 degrees Celsius of global warming by the end of this century.
CAREL talk through their new control solutions for small-scale CO2 systems and outline their expectations for the future of CO2 as a refrigerant.
With global HFC phase-down discussions and the drive for energy efficiency improvements picking up speed, the market for hydrocarbon technology is ripe for growth – particularly in the United States, SECOP CEO Mogens Søholm told at Chillventa 12 October.