There has been a massive shakeup in Australia’s wholesaler market in the past decade. CCN looks back at the biggest changes that have taken place here and throughout the region.

Engineers Australia has today released the Statistical Overview of the Engineering Profession report, shedding light on the critical state of Australia's engineering workforce.

Unilever will grant a free non-exclusive license to the ice cream industry for 12 reformulation patents, following two successful pilots to warm up its last mile ice cream freezer cabinets.

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has developed an aluminium vertical flat tube (VFT) design that improves heat exchanger performance by up to an unprecedented 40 per cent in heat-pump air conditioners.

The world is marching towards an uninsurable future with six risk tipping points ahead, according to a United Nations University report released this week.

Hot off the press, the Climate Control News October-November 2023 issue is now on its way to you in the mail, and is also available online for your convenience.

A new global scorecard which looks at how countries integrate air quality considerations into their national climate plans has given Australia a dismal score of two out of 15 points.

Designing buildings with solar cleverly incorporated into the design has just become easier, thanks to software developed at RMIT University.

MHI has developed a new 40kVA-class 12ft container-type data centre with an immersion/air-cooled hybrid cooling system capable of simultaneously housing servers utilising three types of cooling methods.

Australia is experiencing a surge of heat pump sales that is expected to continue at least into the mid-2030s as heat pumps continue to replace gas appliances in both existing and new buildings.

Industry groups have welcomed the federal government’s ambitious education priorities which put vocational education and training on equal footing with higher education.

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has officially declared an El Niño after months of heat extremes across the globe and dangerous fire conditions throughout parts of Australia.

Speaker nominations are currently open for ARBS 2024, Australia’s leading exhibition for the air-conditioning, refrigeration, and building services industries, to be held on 28-30 May 2024 at ICC Sydney.

CCN examines the ambitious global targets set out by the International Energy Agency (IEA) to reach net zero by 2050.

Hot off the press, the Climate Control News September 2023 issue is now on its way to you in the mail, and is also available online for your convenience.

A new policy will be introduced next month forcing architects and developers to measure embodied carbon in their designs.