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  • John Lewis aims for net zero with new refrigeration

    UK: John Lewis, owners of Waitrose supermarkets, says it will make a “significant investment” in new refrigeration technology as part of its efforts to achieve net zero operations by 2050. Refrigeration is said to be one of the key targets of initial efforts to make “substantial” emissions reductions of a third over the […]

  • You should be using artificial intelligence for HVACR field service management

    Artificial intelligence (AI) will impact every industry and every business discipline — and that includes field service management. Practical solutions are available now that enable the typical medium to large field service organization to take advantage. […]

  • Multifamily Boom: How Much Longer Can It Last?

    At MCAA19 in Phoenix, FMI's Jay Bowman reminded attendees "the time to fix a leaking roof is when the sun is shining." So firms "should be shoring up cash reserves and diversifying now rather than later." […]

  • Surf's Up! Researchers Explore Wave Energy Converter

    For centuries, young adventurers have been drawn to the riches and challenges of the sea. Here, our coastal-dwelling sustainability expert reports on a new wave of alternative energy exploration. […]

  • EFCTC introduces illegal refrigerant reporting “hotline”

    EUROPE: Illegal refrigerant imports and sales activity in Europe can now be easily reported, and in confidence, through a new website established by the refrigerant producers group EFCTC.  The European HFC phase down, which led to huge price increases and some product scarcity last year, has encouraged a considerable black market in […]

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