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Comply or defy? Enforcement lacking for HVAC regulations

There is a debate raging currently in the European HVAC community about the burden regulations have placed on the operators of cooling and heating equipment. For much of the legislation, the fundamentals are demonstrating individual and corporate compliance, via accreditation...

source: By Andrew Gaved
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The Energy Department is moving forward with a long-delayed rule that would require new and renovated federal buildings to completely phase out the use of fossil fuels by 2030, a proposal that critics have said would be impossible...

source: BloombergBNA

The Energy Department says non-vapor compression technologies could reduce the energy used in HVAC systems for commercial and residential buildings by 40 percent. And it’s kicking in $8 million to support the R&D that will...

source: SmartGridNews

The U.S. Department of Treasury is due to release its semi-annual Report to Congress on International Economic and Exchange Rate Policies on Oct. 15. In its April report, U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew acknowledged China's continued actions to impede market determination,...

source: Manufacturing.net

A new report released by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) illustrates the benefits achieved by utilizing solar heating and cooling (SHC) systems for U.S. businesses and commercial buildings. According to The ACHR News, the first-of-its-kind report, which focuses...

source: Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Magazine

The market for building energy management systems for small and medium-sized commercial buildings is expanding as building owners and managers demand more energy savings and easier ways to manage energy use in their facilities, says research.

source: Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Magazine

The EPA recently issued a rule that reduces the domestic production allowances for HCFC-22 to the lowest level ever and proposes a complete phase-out within five years. HCFCs, or hydrochlorofluorocarbons, are a class of refrigerants that are damaging to the ozone layer and...

source: Environmental Leader


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