Water as a refrigeration business wins rapid growth award

Efficient-Energy CEO Georg Dietrich (center) accepts the award from German TV presenter Susanne Schoene and Dr Andreas Gentner from Deloitte GERMANY: Efficient Energy, the Bavarian refrigeration pioneer using water as a refrigerant, was ranked third in the latest Deloitte Technology Fast 50 ranking in Germany. The Deloitte Awards recognize the …

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Education union “increasingly concerned” about government “bad” ventilation advice, watchdog says

Education union tells watchdog it is “increasingly concerned” about “bad advice” from government on ventilation in classrooms – seen as an important part of preventing the spread of Covid. The NASUWT said it was concerned that the current guidelines could lead to “unsafe work practices in schools” and urged the …

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A dataset of measured energy consumption, solar production and building air leakage for a zero energy commercial building

The primary and secondary data that accompanies this data descriptor is provided at Open science framework Respiratory (OSF)15. The dataset is organized into five categories: (1) measured energy consumption, (2) measured energy production, (3) measured air leaks in buildings, (4) meteorological documents and (5) architectural and technical documents (AE). All …

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Dorin, Arneg and SCM Frigo become Gold Partners on R744.com

Italian manufacturers Dorin, Arneg and SCM Frigo have all become gold partners in the R744.com market for CO2 (R744) cooling and heat pump products, silver upgrade. Dorin, with over a century of experience manufacturing compressors, began to develop CO2 compressors 30 years ago. OEM Arneg produces a range of transcritical …

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Ventilation of buildings neglected in the fight against Covid, according to an expert

Half of all people who have died from Covid-19 in Ireland have been infected in less than 400 buildings and many deaths could have been prevented with proper ventilation systems, a leading expert on the built environment has said. Orla Hegarty, an assistant professor at UCD’s school of architecture, said …

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Heat flow controls the movement of skyrmions in an insulating magnet

Tiny amounts of heat can be used to control the movement of magnetic vortices called skyrmions, physicists at RIKEN have shown.1. This ability could help develop energy-efficient forms of computing that harness waste heat. Skyrmions are tiny vortices that form when the magnetic flux of a group of atoms organizes …

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As beef prices rise, some turn to green mushrooms

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WVLT) – Beef prices are up more than 15% from the same period last year, according to statistics from the United States Bureau of Labor. This has some shift to fleshy mushrooms. “We can produce a high protein product from waste,” said Andrew Reed. He’s with Mossy Creek …

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Atlas O 40ft Refrigerated Intermodal Shipping Container

To borrow a phrase from Disney, “It’s a small world after all.” At least that’s what it seems as the capabilities of manufacturers to ship just about anything around the world are growing. Many – and perhaps most – of the products we use on a daily basis have traveled …

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Kaikala Satyanrayana actor criticizes fan support

Veteran actor Kaikala Satyanrayana, 86, was admitted to Apollo hospitals in Hyderabad on Saturday morning in critical condition. He was put on a ventilator and is under observation. A health bulletin issued by the hospital read: “Kaikala Satyanrayana was brought to Apollo Hospitals, Jubilee Hills today morning at 7:30 am …

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SWOT Analysis of District Heating and Cooling Systems Market, K …

(MENAFN – Market Research Reports) District Heating and Cooling Systems Market: Key Insights Latest research report, titled “Global District Heating and Cooling Systems Market Insights 2021 and Forecast 2027, this includes an overview and in-depth study of the factors that are considered to have a greater influence on the future …

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