IoR to debate air-conditioning cooling in next meeting
The January IoR meeting to focus on the future of the air-conditioning sector in the UK
The Institute of Refrigeration (IoR) will be hosting a meeting in January in which the importance and relevance of air-conditioning cooling in the UK.
The president of IoR, Steve Gill, will head the debate. He will be joined by leading experts from the cooling industry who will present their views regarding the increasing use of air-conditioning systems within the UK and how this will impact on a number of factors, including the environment.
The main debaters will be the chairman of the Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) Graham Wright, CIBSE member and ASHRAE past president Richard Rooley, and the head mechanical engineer at the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) and former president of the Air-conditioning & Refrigeration European Association (AREA), Graeme Fox.
The debate, titled ‘Is air conditioning for comfort cooling necessary in the UK?’, will begin at 17:15 on January 12, at the Arden Hotel, Birmingham. Those wishing to attend should book a place on the IoR website. However, the event will be broadcast as webinar for those unable to attend.
The speakers are to discuss the “high level strategic issues” facing the air-conditioning industry, particularly with a focus on how the growing sector will meet the demands of building performance, environment impact regulations, and challenges from the international market.
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