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RRA board changes

There has been a significant changing of the guard on the Refrigerant Reclaim Australia (RRA) board, heralding a new era of leadership and strategic direction.

The Women in HVACR Showcase has returned in 2024.

Hot off the press, the Climate Control News May/June 2024 issue is now on its way to you in the mail, and is also available online for your convenience.

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (RAC) mechanics could be removed from the Core Skilled Occupation List (CSOL) due to the federal government’s new Migration Strategy.

Police could one day rely on airborne forensic DNA evidence at crime scenes to catch criminals thanks to new research involving air conditioners.

Engineers have invented energy-efficient bricks with scrap materials, including glass, that are normally destined for landfill.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has unveiled a vision for a future Made in Australia which includes investing in advanced manufacturing and renewables as well as upskilling the nation’s workforce to seize the opportunities of the next decade.

Hot off the press, the Climate Control News April 2024 issue is now on its way to you in the mail, and is also available online for your convenience.

Meet this year's Top 20 technicians from all parts of Australia that make up NextGen 2024.

The federal government has committed $1 billion in new funding to help unlock domestic solar photovoltaic (PV) manufacturing across the entire supply chain.

Kelvion and Rosseau have formed a partnership that will address thermal management challenges prevalent in bitcoin mining and AI.

CCN editor, Sandra Rossi, talks to Ron Conry, about his 60-year career as a technician and his plans to rip up the rulebook and reinvent the industry from scratch.

There is an impressive lineup of speakers featured in this year’s ARBS seminar program.

Chemours has released the findings of an internal review which was undertaken in response to accounting irregularities by the company’s most senior executives.

The Chemours Company has placed its most senior executives on administrative leave pending the completion of an internal review.