Tickets are now on sale for 17 industry-supported refrigerant education events aimed at those working in the stationary HVAC&R sector: the future:gas roadshow.
“A lot of change has emerged in the world of refrigerants since the highly successful future:gas refrigerant seminar roadshows of 2016a and 2017,” say the organisers. “So it’s time for another.
“Refrigerants are still changing, with some of the changes discussed in previous future:gas seminars happening faster than expected and some slower. There are also some unexpected developments and curveballs in the mix.
“Everyone in the industry needs to be aware of what is happening in the market, what the laws are and how they could be changing.”
Running through May, June and July, the 2023 future:gas roadshows will assemble expert speakers to discuss and explain the latest on the recovery and handling of new refrigerants, the laws that will influence each part of the industry, and what this will mean for the day-to-day life of those in the business of handling refrigerants.
At least 2,000 delegates from the stationary HVAC&R sector are expected to attend the 17 events across Australia and New Zealand, as well as Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea.
Tickets to future:gas seminars in Australia and New Zealand are priced at $20, with the aim of making it affordable for technicians to pay for their own ticket and for business owners to send a number of their employees.
Also to help as many people as possible to attend, the seminars will take place on weekday evenings during the winter, beginning at 5pm with complimentary welcome drinks, food and trade displays.
For more information and to register, go to the future:gas website.