The launch of Aermec’s innovative VEC-i fan coil unit (FCU) raises the bar in cassette systems by combining efficiencies with significant reductions in embodied carbon. The VEC-i fan coil is a cassette type unit with a difference, featuring integrated diffusers delivering air straight into the room so that the jets of air adhere to the ceiling, creating a Coanda effect and a draught free environment. Luigi Rossettini, Aermec S.p.A International Sales Director comments: “Aermec is a dynamic innovator and this latest product reaffirms our long-standing environmental ethos: to continually design the best energy efficient products with minimal environmental impact that addresses the needs of all our stakeholders, architects, contractors, facilities managers as well as a building’s occupants. The VEC-i offers exceptional energy savings and addresses the need to reduce embodied carbon whilst providing end users with stylish units that provide total comfort.”
According to the IEA’s sustainable Africa scenario, refrigeration appliances, including air conditioners, will drive most of the increase in household electricity demand by 2030. The adoption of energy-efficient appliances is mandatory to help lower average consumption per household.
SEOUL, June 27, 2022 — LG Electronics (LG) today announced it has acquired South Korean electric vehicle (EV) charger solutions provider, AppleMango Co., Ltd., jointly with GS Energy and GS Neotek. The acquisition is expected to accelerate the growth of LG’s EV charging solution business and enable the company to take advantage of future business opportunities.
ATLANTA (June 26, 2022) – ASHRAE recognized the outstanding achievements and contributions of members to the Society and the built environment industry during an Honors and Awards program at the 2022 Annual Conference in Toronto.
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Sindelfingen/Milan, 27.06.2022. At Mostra Convegno Expocomfort 2022, BITZER will be setting up two combined stands, K21 and K29 in hall 24, to display its wide product range with a focus on digitalization and the Green Point service portfolio in multimedia form. Furthermore, visitors can look forward to lectures organised by the SCHAUFLER Academy, held by experts from the company in Italian and English, on all four days of the fair from 28 June to 1 July 2022.
In challenging times, ASERCOM is rejuvenating at the top: Marco Masini will become the new President of ASERCOM, the European Association of Refrigeration Component Manufacturers, on 1 July 2022. He succeeds Wolfgang Zaremski, who will step down on 30 June 2022.
CORK, Ireland, June 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI) Chairman and CEO George Oliver has co-signed a letter with a list of leading international company and organization executives urging the G7 to accelerate action limiting greenhouse gas emissions. One of the primary ways suggested is a ramp in carbon pricing. The letter makes the case for a price starting at around $30 per tonne and potentially moving beyond $120 per tonne if the world is forced to consider options such as drawing emissions directly out of the atmosphere. The call to action comes ahead of the G7 country leaders meeting in Germany this week.