Australia’s 115,000 RAC technicians have reduced emissions of ozone depleting gases by more than 25 mega tonnes.

STC has initiated an Australian first with the development of a national set of assessments for HVAC.

Residents are preparing to move into the first residential development in Australia to achieve Passivehaus Plus certification.

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) is developing a new approach for liquid desiccant dehumidification to drastically reduce energy use.

Australia’s HVACR industry has created a new resource to improve ventilation in schools and help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Equipment Manufacturers Association (AREMA) has identified a serious flaw in the proposed 2022 National Construction Code (NCC).

The CITEpesquero seaport of Callao in Peru, which is one of the biggest sea hubs in South America, has upgraded its refrigeration system.

While building products had a good year the construction & engineering sector contracted significantly in 2021 with average revenue declining 21.7 per cent.

This case study shows how the low-lift chiller configuration can save more than 30 per cent in energy costs.

Toshiba said it will complete the reorganisation by 2023 but the plan will need to get through an extraordinary general meeting due to be held in March.

Cold chain optimisation is an opportunity in need of immediate attention as there is a perfect storm facing the world’s food system.

Cold chain challengers are tougher in Australia because of the tyranny of distance combined with small populations.

The UN Environment Program (UNEP) has published detailed guidance to help the world’s cities address warming, which is occurring at twice the global average rate in urban areas.

Noya Labs adds a non-toxic CO2 absorbing chemical blend to existing cooling towers and sells the captured carbon dioxide to companies that use it as raw material.

ASHRAE's new global headquarters will operate at net-zero-energy (NZE) performance following the recent installation of a large photovoltaic (PV) system.

The UN’s Emissions Gap report was released today showing the world is on track for a global temperature rise of 2.7°C by the end of the century which would be catastrophic.