Heating

Fuel cells often fall short when it comes to operating at temperatures beyond 100 ֯C owing to their dependence on water as a proton conduction medium.

Daikin Europe will invest 300 million euro ($A445.79 million) to establish a new heat pump factory in Poland.

The Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG) and Rinnai Australia have launched a 100 per cent hydrogen hot water service.

Cleantech start-up company, RayGen has selected Alfa Laval to provide heat exchangers for its world-first solar plant.

SWEP has launched a high efficiency condenser and evaporator with low global warming impact for reversible heat pump systems

A series of real-world R&D trials are currently underway using KINETIC 7 in residential properties for domestic cooking, hot water systems and residential heating.

Mitsubishi Electric will invest $US113 million in a new plant in Turkey where the company’s production base is located.

Daikin has commenced construction on a new EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) Development Centre building in Ghent, Belgium.

The global natural refrigerant heat pump market is set to reach $US9.1 billion by 2027 representing a a 9.4 per cent growth rate as the market is currently valued at $US5.8 billion.

Robert Bosch GmbH has increased sales 5.2 per cent in the first quarter of 2022.

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.