Weekly HVAC Industry News - 7-11 December 2015
Date: 08th December 2015 | Posted by: Airedale Team | Posted in: Industry News
Airedale Air Conditioning, Leeds, UK, December 2015
Energy efficiency should be top priority - Dec 7 via @CoolingPost
With the potential to deliver a 38% emissions reduction, Danfoss has called for energy efficiency to be given top priority at this month’s climate summit.
Plan for City of London’s tallest skyscraper - Dec 7 via @constructionenq
Fresh plans have been unveiled to demolish the headquarters of insurance giant Aviva in London to make way for what would be the city’s tallest tower.
Google announces major renewable energy purchase - Dec 7 via @datacentresnews
The search engine giant Google has revealed – via a company blog - that it has made” the largest and most diverse purchase of renewable energy ever made by a non-utility company.”
ASHRAE forms first UK group with inaguration of Midlands Section - Dec 8 via @RACMagazine
The first ASHRAE Section in the UK has been formed with Steve Gill as President, and Edward Murphy as President-Elect.
NTT Communications opens USD$32m data center in Bangkok suburbs - Dec 9 via @dcdnews
Over 40,000 sq ft of server rooms occupy four storeys.
Ziehl-Abegg UK celebrates 10 years - Dec 10 via @CoolingPost
The UK subsidiary of German fans and motors company Ziehl-Abegg marked 10 years in the UK last night with a special dinner at the stately Boreham House in Chelmsford.
How Are UK Data Centres Dealing With Climate Change Regulations? - Dec 10 via @TechWeekEurope
In the week of the COP21 Climate Summit, UK data centre providers are under increasing pressure to regulate their energy consumption.
Construction giant signs £120m deal to support Northern Rail upgrades - Dec 11 via @BusinessDesk_YK
Construction and support services giant Carillion has been selected by Arriva's UK Trains division as its preferred partner to provide facilities management and associated services worth an estimated £120m.
Back to news section