This initiative starts with eight founding supporters representing the European cooling sector. Together, coolingEU supporters represent more than 2000 members in 30 countries in Europe and beyond including, among them, national associations, research institutes, universities and companies.
The coolingEU supporters are: Dearman (a technology company delivering clean ‘cold and power’), ECSLA (the European Cold Storage and Logistics Association), ECTP ( the European Construction, built environment and energy efficient building Technology Platform) , Euroheat & Power (the international association for district energy), EHPA (the European Heat Pump Association), EPEE (the European Partnership for Energy and the Environment), ESTEP (the European Steel Technology Platform) and Transfrigoroute international (the voice of Temperature-Controlled Road Transport).
Dearman is developing a suite of zero-emission technologies, powered by the expansion of liquid air or nitrogen. The technologies have applications in refrigerated transport, the built environment and commercial vehicles, such as city buses. Across these applications, Dearman technologies deliver significant cost and fuel savings to the operator, and environmental benefit to the local area.
If you would like to know more about Dearman, please visit their website here.
ECSLA is the European Cold Storage and Logistics Association.
ECSLA is an international nonprofit trade association for national associations representing cold store and temperature controlled logistics companies in Europe. ECSLA represents the interests of thousands of refrigerated storage facilities throughout the EU with a total capacity of more than 60 million cubic meters.
If you would like to know more about ECSLA, please visit their website here.
ECTP is a leading membership organisation promoting and influencing the future of the Built Environment. Today is one of the 38 European Technology Platforms which are industry-led stakeholder fora recognised by the European Commission as key actors in driving innovation, knowledge and European competitiveness.
To know more about ECTP, please visit their website here.
Euroheat & Power is the international network for district energy.
EHP is a non-for-profit association representing the district energy sector. EHP is a unique network of district energy organisations and professionals, connecting industry players, decision-makers and academia in a joint effort to drive forward sustainable heating and cooling.
If you would like to know more about EHP, please visit their website here.
EHPA is the European Heat Pump Association.
EHPA´s key goal is to promote awareness and proper deployment of heat pump technology in the European market for residential, commercial and industrial applications. EHPA also aims to provide technical and economic input to European, national and local authorities in legislative, regulatory and energy efficiency matters.
If you would like to know more about EHPA, please visit their website here.
EPEE is the European Partnership for Energy and the Environment.
EPEE represents the refrigeration, air-conditioning and heat pump industry in Europe. Its mission is to promote a better understanding of the HVACR sector in the EU and to contribute to the development of effective European policies in order to achieve a long-term sustainability agenda.
If you would like to know more about EPEE, please visit their website here.
ESTEP is the European Steel technology Platform.
ESTEP brings together all the major stakeholders in the European steel industry. Its ambition is to maintain and reinforce the global leadership of the EU steel industry. This means using research and innovation to develop new products and processes that will foster competitiveness while meeting both growth and environmental targets.
If you would like to know more about ESTEP, please visit their website here.
Transfrigoroute International is the voice of temperatured-controlled road transport.
Transfrigoroute Internationalmain objective is to take all suitable measures to promote the development of the transport of temperature-controlled foodstuffs (and goods), in solid and in liquid form.
If you would like to know more about Transfrigoroute International, please visit their website here.