The Australian Residential Energy Rating Conference will be held from May 28–29 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne. The plenary sessions will provide a deep understanding of the current housing environment, the commercial benefits of energy efficient housing, current and potential policy and regulation, the reality of delivering high performance dwellings and what the future may hold. A targeted series of parallel sessions will provide the latest on a range of technical issues relevant to all participants involved in wider aspects of delivering cost effective energy efficient buildings.
Registration is now open for ARBS 2020, to be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from May 19–21, 2020. Registration is free and grants entry into the exhibition across all three days. Registering in advance allows attendees to avoid queues, as the ticket is sent directly to the person’s mobile phone or email. Early-bird […]
As the inaugural World Refrigeration Day on June 26 draws closer, wholesaler Actrol has announced its plans for the big day. “The HVAC&R industry is often viewed as invisible, yet every day we are surrounded by the pleasures that our industry is responsible for, and the nation takes for granted,” says the company. “Our industry, […]
In the lead-up to the AIRAH Awards 2020, HVAC&R News is profiling finalists in the various categories. The AIRAH Awards recognise excellence and achievement in Australia’s HVAC&R industry. This year’s awards ceremony will be conducted online on Tuesday, November 10. Following an independent judging process, finalists across 11 categories have now been announced. The Excellence […]