Mechanical engineer and NABERS accredited assessor, Ahmad Fraij, presents design tips to improve chiller efficiency. Read more
IDTechEx senior technology analyst, Dr Michael Dent, examines whether Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology has the potential to reverse the impacts of climate change.
Mechanical engineer and NABERS accredited assessor, Ahmad Fraij, outlines strategies to reduce peak demand.
The future of sustainable planning and design is in the creation of circular cities.
Applied Energy Saving Solutions (AESS) director, Ahmad Fraij, provides facility management contract tips to improve energy efficiency.
As computing power escalated and inverter technology kicked in, diagnosing air conditioning problems became a lot more complex.
The founder of Australia's biggest home services company, Zak Saboune, shares his top tips for success in the highly competitive air conditioning market.
A-Gas Australia managing director Brett Ferguson explains why end users should not rely on low GWP alone when deciding on a refrigerant to future-proof a system.
Businesses serious about reaching a net zero target need to focus on cutting existing carbon, rather than getting stuck in a cycle of emitting and offsetting.
HVAC equipment are the biggest users of energy at your facility so this is one area where savings really can make a difference.
The strategies cover technologies to lower emissions and improve resource efficiency across the board.
This legislation means that the US will be able to meet the requirements of the Kigali Amendment.
Tesla founder Elon Musk told investors in September that he has air conditioning in his sights.
As scientists and big-pharma race to develop, test and get regulatory approval for vaccines, the one key component to keeping all the vaccines viable is refrigeration.
This is an unprecedented logistical challenge on a global scale, but also an equally unprecedented refrigeration challenge.
The Grosvenor Engineering Group has put together a free R32 information pack to help HVAC contractors understand the changes.