Chillventa – the exhibition for energy efficiency, heat pumps and refrigeration
Innovation & trends from the energy efficiency – heat pumps – refrigeration sector in Nuremberg from 16 - 18 October 2018
Whether compressors, heat exchangers, fans or systems, the industry, wholesale trade, professional associations and research meet at Chillventa to discuss the most important questions on refrigeration, ac & ventilation and heat pumps.
Be there and meet the experts at this leading exhibition: Chillventa – the exhibition for the energy efficiency – heat pumps – refrigeration sector starts on 16 October 2018 in Nuremberg.
The latest news of the industry
Whether it is in sports, brewing beer or smelting, German companies are doing their best to become more energy efficient. The brewery’s energy consumption has already been slashed by more than 50 per cent. The company’s strategy centres around the use of a biogas plant for processing waste material from the brewery and on a modified combined heat and power plant. In addition to this, any surplus energy is being used to run other processes, ensuring that no energy is wasted.
ASERCOM convened in Brussels for its Annual Convention 2018 on January 11th and 12th. A celebratory dinner on Thursday night included speeches from Steven Yurek, CEO of AHRI, and Alexander Rowlatt from Grayling as well as the ASERCOM award for outstanding performance. The awardees this year were John Gibson and Christian Ellwein, co-conveners of the Working Group Inverter & Controls & Communications. Outgoing President Claude Blanc opened the day of presentations on topics ranging from the upcoming new certification scheme for condensing units to cyber security. Rainer Grosse-Kracht, ASERCOM’s newly confirmed chairman of the board, gave a rousing speech on the association’s future and its intent to be even more prominent when it comes to guiding the industry.
A building at University College London (UCL) has installed new R32 room air conditioners (RACs) from Mitsubishi Electric. The internationally renowned Division of Biosciences comprising 500 staff and 300 Ph.D. students is to benefit from the new system. The Division is housed in the Rockefeller Building. Source: JARN