Every year on World Refrigeration Day, which takes place tomorrow on 26 June, the entire industry in Australia comes together to promote the essential nature of HVACR. Read more
Family owned fruit producer Montague is paving a path of sustainable practice using the latest technology at its new $66 million site.
A German Environment Agency study warns of the long term risks associated with the use of hydrofluoroolefins (HFOs).
Oxfam found the loss in GDP for the G7 nations is double that of the coronavirus pandemic.
Toshiba's light commercial range will move to R32 this year while VRF systems will switch in early 2022.
Under the City of Sydney’s proposal, development applications must comply with minimum energy ratings from January 2023.
Federal Labor has announced a $100 million plan to support 10,000 apprenticeships in clean energy.
A full roundup of last night’s federal budget 2021 and what it means for the HVACR industry.
Any household with a combined income less than $90,000 can apply for a $1,000 rebate from July 1, 2021.
Katie Hammill-Lovett is one of only four female apprentices selected from nearly 500 applications to begin a RAC apprenticeship at the Woolworths Group.
International Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) experts Seema Bhangar and Raefer Wallis talk about the complexities of monitoring indoor air quality conditions.
In a positive turnaround both the United States and China are set to become signatories to the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol to phase down HFCs.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) spin-off and startup Transaera is developing technology to reduce the energy demands of air conditioning.
Hellmann Worldwide Logistics, Sydney Freezers and Beijer Ref have committed to purpose-built facilities at a $450 million industrial estate at Bankstown Airport in Sydney’s south west.
Refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) technicians in Victoria will need to undertake additional training as part of new licensing requirements to be introduced from 2023.
While some companies have taken a wait and see approach to the pandemic, innovators have created new opportunities by utilising technology and online platforms.