Developments in HVACR training and the role of the Industry Skills Fund to enable SME training.
There are major energy savings available from air
conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) in Australia,
in the order of $10 billion per year.Accessing these savings requires significant changes in theway we design and manage for HVACR energy efficiency inall uses of HVACR and across the entire built environment;residential, commercial, industrial.
The factors that are driving technology change in the HVACR industry. Edwards describes the need to consider energy management, heat load management and mechanical engineering.
Despite the fact that air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC&R) is an important contributor to economic performance and the quality of life, its contribution to energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) is broadly misunderstood and understated.
Australian Refrigeration Association (ARA) president Tim Edwards outlines the role of natural refrigerant-based technology (NRBT) in the development of the HVACR industry in Australia and worldwide.
Media Release – 2 May 2012
Following months of preparation, today at the historic Jubilee Room in NSW Parliament the Australian Refrigeration Association Industry formally launched the new industry organisation and websitewww.ausref.org.au .
Mayekawa CO2 Transcritical Heat Pump at Darwin Immigration Facility leads the way at ARBS for commercial hot water heating
Maykawa’s stand at the ARBS exhibition features a state-‐of-‐the-‐art air heat-‐source transcritical CO2 ‘Unimo’ heat pump. Four of these units have recently been installed to supply the domestic and kitchen hot water for
Media Release – 17 May 2012 Along with the commencement of the carbon price on 1 July, a carbon equivalent price will be imposed on imports of hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) refrigerant gases that are ozone safe but are powerful greenhouse gases. The HFC Levy will cause dramatic increases in the costs of HFC refrigerants: as much…
Today the Australian Senate passed a motion put by the Greens encouraging all countries to reach an agreement under the Montreal Protocol to phase down the use of hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerant gases. For the fourth year in row the nations of the world will shortly gather at the Meeting of the Parties of the Montreal Protocol to…
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