Refrigeration has become part of our daily lives, and to celebrate the 2022 World Refrigeration Day for refrigeration and air conditioning impact in our lives, Eurovent would like to show in a short video why cooling matters to us all.
28 June-01 July 2022, Eurovent is going to be at Mostra Convegno Expocomfort – an Italian exhibition which showcases and provides a global business platform for companies in the HVACR, renewable energy and energy efficiency sectors.
The new Call for Proposals 2022 for the LIFE Clean Energy Transition (CET) sub-programme was launched on 17 May. Almost 100 million EUR is available to fund project ideas for the Clean Energy Transition.
Joint statement published on 15 June by ten European countries. The statement is published mid negotiations on key Fit-for-55 proposals, and in light of the increased ambition set by the European Commission.
For the first time, Gree integrates certified data from Eurovent into its BIM objects. In partnership with BIM&CO, it has worked in this sense to boost the quality of its clients' deliverables. It allows its customers to save significant time and access critical data.
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.
During its presidency, Czech Republic will focus on 5 closely linked areas: i) Managing the refugee crisis; ii) Energy security; iii) Strengthening Europe’s defence capabilities; iv) Strategic resilience of the European economy; and v) Resilience of democratic institutions.
Eurovent has published the French, Dutch and Norwegian updated version of Recommendation 4/23 ‘Selection of EN ISO 16890 rated air filter classes for general ventilation applications’. This Recommendation aligns with the 2021 WHO global air quality guidelines.
Eurovent har publisert den franske, nederlandske og norske versjonen av anbefaling 4/23 «Valg av luftfiltre klassifisert etter EN ISO 16890 for allmenn ventilasjon». Anbefalingen er oppdatert i tråd med WHOs retningslinjer for luftkvalitet i 2021.