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.
The Innovation Hub for Affordable Heating and Cooling (i-Hub) and AIRAH are running a series of free webinars to provide updates on the current research and status of the projects that are under way. This is the second Summit series in 2020. Integrated Design Studios – Monday, November 30 The first webinar focuses on i-Hub’s Integrated Design […]
To celebrate World Refrigeration Day on June 26, Woolworths is throwing open the plant room doors at two of its most technically advanced supermarkets and inviting the public to look around. The open day, supported by RACCA, AIRAH and RMIT, is open to anyone interested in getting a look at the inner workings of supermarket […]
Perth is preparing for an HVAC&R extravaganza on June 13 with the Emerging Trends Symposium and AIRAH Industry Night. AIRAH’s annual Industry Night – dubbed by some as the ARBS of the west – has always been well-attended. But in recent years exhibitors and attendees have requested it be expanded to include presentations and more spaces […]