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Coates Power & HVAC has mobilised an 800 kW industrial chiller to help Visy maintain a vital production line, completing a delivery and installation from interstate in 36 hours.
Eden Academy has partnered with Panasonic to integrate its unique nanoe X air purification technology in its new Loganlea early learning centre in Queensland.
GEA has provided Britvic, one of UK’s leading soft drinks manufacturers, with a heat recovery system at its Beckton site, in London.
Roisin and Zac Tarrant are renovators and young parents who recently embarked on a new holiday home project in Toowoomba, Queensland.
The Swiss Tower in Dubai has achieved huge energy savings by replacing an old ventilation system.
Natural gas is on the way out at Auckland Airport in New Zealand with the installation of air source heat pumps.
Lendlease and joint venture partner Aware Super, one of Australia’s largest superannuation funds, will build a geoexchange system at 1 Java Street, Brooklyn.
Frigel Firenze and Neurok Thermocon will demonstrate a 350kW Modular Data Centre with liquid heat transfer and heat reuse at Data Centre World next month.
Carrier has collaborated with cloud-based services provider OneAsia to build the company’s first data centre in China equipped with a water-cooled chiller system.
Australian manufacturing performance software company, OFS, is helping National Ceramic Industries Australia (NCIA) beat the current energy crisis distressing Australian manufacturers.
Norway's capital city, Oslo, is using excess heat produced by STACK's OSL01 data centre to provide heat and hot water for up to 5,000 Oslo homes.
In a refrigeration project upgrade at Jim Barry Wines, plant decisions focused on the importance of quality Riesling production and environmental sustainability.
A 24 hour McDonalds Restaurant in Victoria has installed Fujitsu General's new Airstage applied products as part of an initiative to reduce emissions.
Transport for London (TfL) is trialling a state-of-the-art cooling panel on a disused platform at Holborn station to test its suitability for reducing temperatures on the deep Tube network.
The century old Watson Library at the University of Kansas in the United States is trialling Opteon XP 10.