A World Refrigeration Day has been announced! It will be celebrated on June 26 every year as from 2019!Read More
EPEE, the voice of the heating, cooling and refrigeration industry in Europe had the chance to participate earlier this month in the “Sustainable Energy For All” (SE4ALL) Forum in Lisbon, speaking at a dedicated “Cooling for all” panel discussion. It was an important opportunity for EPEE to demonstrate the key role the industry is playing in day to day lives within our current society.Read More
coolingEU stakeholders invite you to join them for their World Café at EUSEW on June 6 from 09:30 to 12:30 at Fundación Galicia Europa (Rue de la Loi, 38) to discuss what role cooling plays
for all of us in the various sectors and how to move forward.
Registration is now open until Monday, June 4!
It is estimated that 10% of all CO2 emissions are caused by cooling. Let that sink in for a moment. Our need for temperature control has a significant impact on our planet’s well-being and, with a growing population and increased urbanization, this effect can only be expected to rise.Read More
In this report performance and cost data on space cooling technologies installed today in the residential and service sectors and district cooling networks in the EU28 are compiled in a datasheet format.Read More
The Ministry of Climate Change and Environment of the UAE and the EU GCC Clean Energy Technology Network in partnership with the University of Birmingham and the Heriot-Watt University organise a two days EU -GCC event on, on 9-10 April in the UAE.Read More
Don’t miss out and discover the latest results of the INDIGO project on New generation of intelligent efficient District Cooling systems!Read More
coolingEU in collaboration with its supporters and observes, has elaborated 9 fact-sheets with information about the different cooling sectors.Read More
On 26 September 40 stakeholders from politics, various industry sectors, academia and research gathered for the coolingEU Parliamentary Breakfast. Hosted by Martina Werner, MEP, supporters and observers of the forum discussed with the participants about possible ways forward towards an integrated and sustainable cooling sector that contributes to Europe’s fight against climate change.Read More
Several coastal cities located in warm climates have a deep seafloor within less than 50 miles of the coastline. This cold seawater offers numerous benefits.
Discover more here!