Brussels, Los Angeles, 02 August 2022. J2 Innovations, a provider of management, control and optimisation software for HVAC and refrigeration equipment, has become an official BridgeBuilding Supporter (sponsor) of the 2022 Eurovent Summit in Antalya, Türkiye.

On a monthly basis, the Eurovent Team compiles a global overview of the latest developments concerning new standardisation activities, technical regulations and legislative developments of relevance for the HVACR industry.

Registration and programme of the Eurovent Summit are live. The next gathering for decision-makers in the area of Indoor Climate, Process Cooling and Food Cold Chain Technologies will take place 25-28 October in Antalya, Türkiye.

On behalf of EC DG GROW, the secretariat of HLCF hosted four events to support the development of the future Pathways/Roadmaps. The EC is now integrating all the different inputs to formulate the transition pathway document. 

The European Parliament and Council of the EU have set their first timeline milestones in the legislative process on the ESPR file and how the work might be split among the EP Committees.

The draft amendments from 6 July of the European Parliament’s ITRE Committee, which is in the lead of the revision of the Energy performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD), have become available.

The European Commission published the new ‘Blue Guide on the implementation of the product rules 2022’. It provides a further understanding of EU product rules.

UL Solutions, a global service provider to the HVACR industry and beyond, has become an official BridgeBuilding Partner (sponsor) of the 2022 Eurovent Summit taking place from 25 to 28 October in Antalya, Turkey.

Mr. Alan Foster, Senior Research Fellow for the Heating and Cooling Group at the London South Bank University, is the new chairman of the IIR Sub-Commission D1 – Display Cabinets. He succeeds Mr. Seitz Van Der Sluis. Inputs are welcomed on the sub-commission’s new activities.

European Commission is drafting a new Delegated Regulation amending the current energy labelling rules on air conditioners, electronic displays, light sources and refrigerating appliances, including those used in retail.  The draft act is open for feedback until 8 August.