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11 - 13 October 2022 // Nuremberg, Germany

Chillventa Newsroom

News of the industry

  • Agora: Study Germany climatneutral by 2050

    A comprehensive study commissioned by Agora Energiewende, Agora Verkehrswende and Stiftung Klimaneutralität finds that Germany's greenhouse gas emissions can be reduced to zero in 30 years. Coal, oil, and natural gas will be replaced by electricity and hydrogen from renewables in all areas of life and the economy. To achieve this, newly added wind and solar capacity must be tripled in the next ten years and the German climate target raised to a 65 percent emissions reduction.

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  • Chillventa: Concentrated know-how for download

    We offer you the opportunity to download the lectures from the Chillventa eSpecial programme. So you can take your time to look at everything again and catch up on missed presentations. Lectures from Chillventa CONGRESS (13 October 2020) Lectures from the programme (14 October 2020) Lectures from the programme (15 October 2020)

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  • JARN: Chillventa eSpecial

    Chillventa eSpecial was a resounding success: The international refrigeration, AC, ventilation and heat pump community just wrapped up three days packed with fascinating presentations, new products and intense interactions. The Chillventa eSpecial, which was accompanied by the Chillventa CONGRESS, featured many highlights from 13 to 15 October: 30 presentations at the Chillventa CONGRESS, 75 product presentations, over 300 roundtables held by 207 exhibitors and altogether more than 6,800 active participants from 113 countries who engaged conversations at the highest professional level in over 100,000 instant messages and 1,200 video calls. All of this shows that the industry very much needed an event of this kind. The feedback has been incredibly positive. Preparations for the next milestones are now getting underway with fresh momentum: the European Heat Pump Summit will take place on 26 and 27 October and the Chillventa is scheduled for 11 to 13 October 2022.

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    Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, EPEE, the European Partnership for Energy and the Environment, published a video with a compilation of messages from its members. EPEE’s members, representing the heating and cooling industry, contribute with their technologies to ensuring that European citizens have healthy, productive and comfortable living and working environments, fresh and safe food and best in class healthcare. EPEE Director General Andrea Voigt said: “It’s been 20 years already, time flies! 20 years during which our association has become one of the leading voices of our industry sector, with currently more than 50 members from across the globe. Today, more than ever, we are focussed on making our world a better place with sustainable technologies for the health of people and the planet.”

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  • Cooling Post: Northern Irish F-gas users

    UK Government's Department of the Environment and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has warned F-gas users in Northern Ireland to ensure they have enough quota/authorisations and the necessary certification before the end of the Brexit transition on December 31. With EU regulations continuing to apply to all businesses in Northern Ireland who produce, supply, import, export or use F-gases or ODS after that date, there are two main changes.

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