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. 

Moscow, Brussels, 09 February 2022. On 1 - 4 March 2022, Expocentre Fairgrounds in Moscow will host this year’s Climate World Expo, the most anticipated event of the Russian HVACR market.

A leaked version of the proposal for a Data Act has become available but it may still change ahead of its publication. Manufacturers of connected products will be subject to this act. The first analysis by Orgalim is included below.

In 2022, 69 standardisation requests would be issued compared to 22 in the 2021 programme. At the same time the Commission is presenting a new strategy outlining its approach to standards within the Single Market as well as globally.

In 1979 AIVC was set up as one of the annexes of the International Energy Agency. A 50-page document has just been published which contains references to documents and persons that have co-shaped todays’ environment for ventilation equipment.

On 16 December 2021 the Commission issued a recommendation on the use of the Environmental Footprint methods to measure and communicate the life cycle environmental performance of products and organisations.

Eurovent Market Intelligence (EMI), the European statistics office for the HVACR market, has launched its data collections for 2022. The aim is to collect data from manufacturers and provide them with a reliable map of the market.

In cooperation with Orgalim, the Eurovent Team provides you with an overview on all European legislative developments of relevance to the HVACR sector. The Bulletin provides a compendium allowing the industry to assess the status quo and expected developments.

The report and presentation of the meeting held on 16 December 2021 have become available on the Commission website.

Until 31 January, the International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR) and UNEP OzonAction are running a survey to understand the background, motivation, challenges, and opportunities faced by women working in the  Refrigeration, Air-Conditioning and Heat Pumps (RACHP) sector. 

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