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    HVACR Energy Efficiency Seminar Series in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne

    HVACR Energy Efficiency

    The HVACR Energy Efficiency Seminar Series is being organised in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne to impart information to HVACR stakeholders about key industry technology and trends.

    Organised by the Australian Refrigeration Association (ARA), the seminar series is being held in November and aims to transition the Australian HVACR industry to a lower greenhouse gas emission and greater energy efficient future.

    With the potential of a vast majority of commercial, industrial and residential HVACR infrastructure being replaced over the coming decade by new technology and new plant, it is important to appreciate existing energy efficient technology and low GWP natural refrigerant based solutions to better manage the heat load within the Australian built environment.

    However, transitioning the Australian HVACR industry relies heavily on the knowledge and experience of the existing HVACR stakeholder community.

    Stakeholders across diverse industry sectors, who are responsible for the efficient operation of their organisation’s HVACR plant, are invited to attend the HVACR Energy Efficiency Seminar Series in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne in November.

    Attending delegates at the event will include architects and building designers; facilities and real estate executives; property managers; real estate investment trusts; HVACR specifiers; engineers; contractors; operations and sustainability executives; and HVACR end users.

    The seminar series will be relevant to key industry sectors including corporate real estate; government – civil and defence; manufacturing – food, automotive, mechanical and electrical; education – schools (K-12), colleges and universities; health – hospitals and clinics; retail – shopping centres and chain stores; hospitality and accommodation; apartments and housing development; transport (freight), logistics, supply chain, warehousing and storage; mining, quarrying, oil and gas; transport (human) – road, rail, sea and air; and sport and leisure.

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