Call for international players to boost development and quality standards

South East Asia’s (SEA) HVACR market with Indonesia’s dominant share is set to be worth 13,63bn USD by 2023, hitting a CAGR of 9,30% between 2017 to 2023. As the country with the largest economy and population in SEA, Indonesia leads the regional market pinning strong influence on the demand surge due to its widespread infrastructure and robust industrial development. This article by Eurovent team member Markus Lattner provides an introduction to Indonesia in terms of market evolution with a focus on HVACR. 

Commission confirms targets to achieve the phase-down

On 6 March 2018, the third F-Gas Consultation Forum took place. The European Commission presentation highlighted that the price increases of F-Gases are well within range. The commitment to the phase-down was confirmed.

Demonstration during the Consultation Forum Sub-group 'Suppliers'

On 12 March 2018, the meeting of the Consultation Forum Sub-group ‘Suppliers’ took place. The European Commission presented an initial ‘demo’ and is looking for comments by the industry. Eurovent has suggested that the Commission prepares a short YouTube video to show how the database functions.

Publication in Official Journal of the European Union on 9 March 2018

Within the framework of the Ecodesign Directive and Energy Labelling Regulation for air conditioners and comfort fans, harmonised standards are developed under a mandate by the European Commission. This article provides for an outline of these standards.

Eurovent was part of the official inauguration in Madrid

On 27 February 2018, Eurovent attended the inauguration of its Associate Member CEIS’ new testing facility. The project, which was under development for a little more than two years, promises to open doors for a new generation of products and testing opportunities – for the benefit of certification bodies, manufacturers and other organisations in the air conditioning market.

Registration for Eurovent Middle East's next HVACR Leadership Workshop now open

Dubai, 7 March 2018. The Eurovent Middle East association has announced the next edition of its free-of-charge ‘HVACR Leadership Workshops’, which is going to take place at LeMeridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre on 26 March 2018. This time, leading air filtration experts from the UAE and Europe are going to elaborate on state-of-the-art air filtration, its effects on Indoor Air Quality and health. As a special guest, one of Europe’s leading filtration experts is going to provide a keynote presentation.

Pre-book an appointment through Calendly

From 13-16 March 2018, the 41st Mostra Convegno Expocomfort (MCE) is going to take place in Milan, Italy. Eurovent is proud to be the official partner association of Europe’s leading international HVACR exhibition. Our Team will be available to answer all your questions over the entire course of the exhibition. Visitors are now able to schedule an appointment with us right on our website through Calendly and meet us at the Lounge of our member association ANIMA while enjoying a great Italian coffee and finest food. 

Bulletin provides comprehensive overview on all European legislative developments for members

In cooperation with Orgalime, the Eurovent Team regularly provides you with an in-depth overview on all European legislative developments of relevance for the HVACR sector. The Bulletin provides for a hands-on compendium allowing the industry to assess the status quo and expected future developments. In this article, our Team has summarised the key takeaways for members only.

Joint industry position asking to start with pilot trials as soon as possible

On 22 December 2017, the European Commission released its ‘draft exchange model’ to test the future database EPREL. The white goods industry represented by the association CECED has been discussing this database in weekly meetings. This has led to a paper with comments to which Eurovent can subscribe.

The European Commission has noted that many products sold in Europe do not comply with European legislation. The proposal for a compliance and enforcement regulation would increase EU-level coordination of market surveillance, clarify the procedures for the mutual assistance mechanism, and require non-EU manufacturers to designate a natural or legal person responsible for compliance information in charge of cooperating with the EU market surveillance authorities.


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