Bosch has released the Compress 5800i AW and the Compress 6800i AW which use the natural refrigerant R290 (propane). Read more
Caverion will deliver one of the world's largest CO2 refrigeration systems to Oulun Energia in Finland
EcoSmart, a provider of green, tankless electric water heaters, has launched its new EcoSmart Element family.
At this year’s smarter E Europe trade fair in Munich, TESVOLT and DENIOS presented an all-in-one solution that combines a battery storage system and fire protection – the only one of its kind in the world.
ARENA has announced $20m in funding to support a front-end engineering and design (FEED) study for a large-scale renewable hydrogen project in Gladstone, Qld.
Modine Manufacturing Company is expanding operations at its production facility in Sremska, Serbia, to meet growing demand from the heat pump market in Europe.
For most businesses fire safety remains on the back burner with very few procedures and policies in place to protect staff and commercial properties.
UNSW Sydney experts explain why cooking with gas contributes to poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and causes asthma.
Heat pumps are booming but not all properties have space to accommodate the external air unit needed for an air-to-water heat pump.
Alfa Laval has introduced the AlfaNova GL50, the first heat exchanger developed specifically for fuel cell systems.
Panasonic Corporation has announced plans to accelerate its growth strategy for the air-to-water (A2W) heat pump and hydronic systems business in the European market.
Alfa Laval is now part of the First Movers Coalition (FMC), a global initiative launched by the World Economic Forum.
Danfoss has finalised its acquisition of BOCK GmbH, a world leader in CO2 and low-GWP compressors utilised in cooling and heating applications.
Emerson has launched its new ASCO Series 262 and 263 Biodiesel Valves, the first combustion valves certified for use with biodiesel blended fuel in industrial and commercial boilers in the Americas and Asia.
Researchers from University of Birmingham have designed a novel adaptation for existing iron and steel furnaces that could reduce CO2 emissions from the steelmaking industry by nearly 90 per cent.
Kelvion is now offering Heat Exchange as a Service with customers billed on a pay per use basis.