The European Commission’s DG ENER, together with Viegand Maagøe and COWI, is organising a stakeholder workshop dedicated to the provisions on data centres that are part of the proposal for an Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) recast.

Eurovent has released its new Recommendation 6/18 on quality criteria for Air Handling Units (AHUs). The document, prepared by the Eurovent Product Group ‘Air Handling Units’, provides information on various issues pertaining to requirements for AHUs.

Eurovent welcomes ERI Corporation, an energy recovery ventilation system and heat exchanger manufacturer as its newest Corresponding Member. The first-ever member originating in North Macedonia further expands the association’s footprint throughout Europe.

On Monday 28 November 2022, the European Commission will hold the Ecodesign and Energy Labelling Consultation Forum meeting on the review of the regulations on professional refrigeration products (Regulations EU 2015/1095 and 2015/1094).

The European Commission is starting a new package of legal actions against Member States for failing to comply with their obligations under EU law. The RED, EPBD, and EED are among the legislation not fully transposed by certain Member States.

Australia: The date of introduction of new energy efficiency requirements for relevant air conditioners over 65kW under the new Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (Air Conditioners above 65kW) Determination is set on 1 October 2022.

Frank Taaning Grundholm is a Member of the Eurovent Board and Vice President, Global HVACR Sales at ABB. In our ‘The Board Perspective’ series, he tells us about building sustainability and its connection with Indoor Air Quality.

The Green Cooling Summit 2022 will take place on 13-14 September 2022, virtually. This year’s focus will be on Green Cooling in Supermarkets, and all interested Members are invited.

Eurovent a publié la version française de la recommandation 6/17. Ce document contient des recommandations sur les exigences fonctionnelles minimales applicables aux systèmes de régulation des centrales de traitement de l’air et précise l’importance des contrôles en ce qui concerne les aspects liés à la consommation d’énergie, à la sécurité, à la mise en service et à la maintenance.

Eurovent has published the French version of Recommendation 6/17. This recommendation provides minimum functional requirements for control systems of Air Handling Units and clarifies the importance of controls in regard to energy consumption, safety, commissioning and maintenance aspects.