Weekly HVAC Industry News - 14-18 December 2015
Date: 16th December 2015 | Posted by: Airedale Team | Posted in: Industry News
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Industry leads new BIM initiative - Dec 14 via @CoolingPost
A number of industry groups have formed a joint initiative to help manufacturers prepare their product information in readiness for the Government’s April 2016 BIM mandate.
KnC to build new Swedish datacentre in four-weeks - Dec 14 via @datacentresnews
Blockchain infrastructure provider KnC has announced plans to build another datacentre in Boden, Sweden, – an area marketed as the Node Pole, the company’s CEO Sam Cole has revealed.
Whole industry needs to act together on F-Gas - Dec 15 via @RACMagazine
The whole cooling supply chain needs to take more action more quickly if the industry is to head off a supply and demand crisis over the upcoming F-Gas phase downs.
Bitcoin Mining Data Center Update - Dec 15 via @datacenter
Much is happening in the bitcoin mining data center world, and not all of it is good. While two major players in the space, BitFury Group and KnC Miner, announced big expansion projects, another player, GAW Miners is going down in flames.
Nearly 90% of UK businesses now use cloud services, but strategy and cost reduction - Dec 16 via @datacentresnews
Adoption of cloud for key business applications is extremely widespread in the UK, but there is no uniform or consistent approach to procurement or strategy among UK companies.
£36.2m Hull music venue to be built by Bam Construction - Dec 17 via @bdailyyorkshire
Bam Construction has been appointed by Hull City Council to build a new, state-of-the-art music, events and conference centre in the city.
New apprenticeship “ready for delivery” - Dec 18 via @CoolingPost
The IoR is organising a number of events and initiatives to explain and promote the new RACHP Engineering Technician Apprenticeship scheme.
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