Working with East Cambridgeshire District Council, Palace Green Homes is in the final phase of a new 54-home residential development in the Cambridgeshire village of Haddenham, with 19 affordable housing properties for the Haddenham Community Land Trust (CLT). Panasonic and specialist heating and cooling distributor, Oceanair, worked with CG Plumbing to provide each property with sustainable heating and domestic hot water via Panasonic’s Aquarea Mono-bloc air to water heat pumps.
Brussels, 29 November 2022. The Eurovent Product Group ‘Air Curtains’ (PG-CUR) has elected Carsten Dittmar (Systemair) as its new Chairman and Michael Hims (Carver) as the new Vice-Chairman. The election took place during the Product Group meeting at the 2022 Eurovent Summit in Antalya, Türkiye.
Gloucester City Council has recently relocated and completed a refurbishment of a 700 Sq. Metre office space in the East Shopping Centre of the town. The Council has set net zero targets for 2030 and were looking for a sustainable and energy efficient system to cool and heat their new office space to replace an old gas boiler, plus wanted to ensure that the indoor air quality catered for the well-being of their employees and visitors.
Midea, a global leader in the smart home segment, unveiled its upgraded sustainability strategy for its green products at Chillventa 2022.
On the day prior to the exhibition, the Association of European Refrigeration Component Manufacturers (ASERCOM) and the European Partnership for Energy and the Environment (EPEE) held a symposium as a highlight of the Chillventa Congress. The program focused on sustainability, refrigerants, and international markets in three sessions.
Panasonic Heating & Cooling Solutions has introduced its new VRF Mini Cassette MY3 with nanoe™ X Mark 3 Generator as standard. The slim cassette is available in 6 capacities ranging from 1.5 – 5.6kW and with the more powerful nanoe™ X Mark 3 integrated within, is ideal for improving environments such as offices, veterinary clinics, restaurants, supermarkets, and more.
Buildings accounted for 36% of global energy demand and 37% of energy-related CO2 emissions in 2020, according to the 2021 Global Status Report for Buildings and Construction from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)*¹. And building operational energy accounted for 27% of energy-related CO2 emissions. Therefore, buildings are a significant source of CO2 emissions.
According to JARN’s database, the market demand for chillers and air-side systems amounted to US$ 82 million and US$ 41 million in 2021. This increasing trend has become more pronounced in 2022. According to the current situation, the whole year of 2022 will exceed the pre-pandemic level.