A 16 ton all-electric experimental truck, the world’s largest, is using R404A to provide 6 to 10 KW to keep contained food products between 0 °C and -20 °C.
The US Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) has launched Phase Two of its Low GWP Refrigerant Research Project, addressing their use in air conditioning and heat pump systems.
A Working Party on Life Cycle Climate Performance Evaluation has been set up by the International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR)).
The first car to use HFO-1234yf instead of HFC-134a for its air conditioning system is already being sold in Europe, according to reports in the auto press.
The British Carbon Trust has published a Refrigeration Road Map.
A high performance innovative HFC-134a chiller, having recently received a UK Cooling Industry Award, has brought significant energy savings to its users.