Clivet has extended the capacity of its Spinchiller WSAN-YSC4 series air cooled heat pump for outdoor installation.

Systemair has released the SYSLOOP 70-135, a new water-source heat pump which uses low GWP refrigerant R513A.

Supplier of compact brazed plate heat exchangers (BPHEs), SWEP, has expanded its stainless steel range by introducing the B222 large-size model.

ENGIE Refrigeration’s SPECTRUM Water will be part of the product portfolio as a heat pump as well as a chiller.

UNSW SMaRT Centre has published three scientific papers that show that waste coffee grounds and hydrogen from other wastes can be used as part of its patented Green Steel technology.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has supplied Q Ton heat pumps to the Lancaster Hall Hotel in the heart of London.

UNSW Scientia Professor Mat Santamouris is working with supercooling materials that could be used in buildings worldwide.

A new minimum servicing standard for Type A gas appliances such as heaters and hot water services will be introduced 1 June, 2022.

An international study has shown the potential for using capillary heat exchangers for heat pumps in the shallows of the seabed, providing homes with an infinite supply of heating.

SWEP has announced the introduction of the FTW250AS brazed plate heat exchanger (BPHE), the first BPHE based on the company's novel Hypertwain technology.

Carrier AquaForce 61XWHZE high-temperature heat pumps have been chosen for E.ON's ground-breaking district heating and cooling scheme in the City of London.

Alfa Laval has signed a global collaboration agreement with Microsoft to develop a suite of innovative digital tools for facilitating service and maintenance of its plate heat exchangers.

Oventrop technology is well known for its reliability when it comes to balancing water based hydronics systems in HVAC.

CSIRO report sheds new light on the role of critical metals in Australia's transition to a low emissions future.

Heat pumps have an important role to play in decarbonising buildings according to a new report by the Global Buildings Performance Network and Monash University.

Testing requirements for gas fired boilers and water heating products are being reviewed under the Victorian government’s Energy Upgrades (VEU) Program.