Embraco is launching in Japan a new portfolio of refrigeration condensing units built for the Japanese market needs. The lineup is suited for a variety of applications such as professional kitchen reach-ins, supermarket display cases, island freezers, and refrigerators for medical applications.
Samsung’s Bespoke Home vision offers consumers a home that is beautifully designed, full of flexible features, seamlessly connected and inspired by its user. In this second installment of ‘People Behind Bespoke’, Hyesoon Yang, Head of Customer Experience for Digital Appliances at Samsung Electronics, discusses how the consumer experience inspires the customizable technology that makes up the Bespoke Home.
As the UK faces rising gas prices and potential shortages this winter, customers are increasingly looking for alternative ways of heating their homes. Heat pumps are predicted to be the UK’s primary heating technology in the coming decades, with the Government aiming to roll out 600,000 units to households per year by 2028. This target, alongside plans to phase out fossil fuel heating systems in new homes from 2025, makes becoming a renewable heating expert seem (rightfully) the most attractive option for installers like you today.
It was a pleasure having you as our guests in our event "Projects Promoting Heat Pump Excellence” We hope it was a valuable experience for you too and you appreciated the insights provided by our speakers. We are happy to share the presentations used during the session.
Trane Technologies plc (NYSE:TT), a global climate innovator, has been named to the Forbes list of the World’s Best Employers 2021. To compile the list, Forbes teamed up with market research company Statista and surveyed 150,000 workers from around the world. Those workers were first asked to rate their willingness to recommend their employers to their family and friends. They were also asked to rate other companies in their industry on aspects like image, economic footprint, talent development, gender equality and social responsibility. The 750 companies with the highest total scores made the list.
The Built4People European Partnership (B4P) kicked-off with the first online Board meeting on 5 October 2021. B4P is a new industrial partnership between the European Commission, the European Construction Technology Platform (ECTP) and the World Green Building Council (WGBC) to co-programme and co-finance research topics under Horizon Europe.
This year’s edition of the World Energy Outlook (WEO), released on October 13, has been designed, exceptionally, as a guidebook to COP26. It spells out clearly what is at stake – what the pledges to reduce emissions made by governments so far mean for the energy sector and the climate. And it makes clear what more needs to be done to move beyond these announced pledges towards a pathway that would have a good chance of limiting global warming to 1.5 °C and avoiding the worst effects of climate change.
For the second time this year, LAUDA DR. R. WOBSER GMBH & CO. KG was able to host a traditional ceremony. Three employees were honored for 40 years of service at LAUDA. Sonja Hörner-Dürr, Peter Spitznagel and Peter Wiltschek all began their training at LAUDA on August 24, 1981. In addition to the general management and the LAUDA management team, the congratulators included colleagues and companions of the employees as well as the mayor of the city of Lauda-Königshofen, Dr. Lukas Braun.