AREA Annual Report 2010
Here you can find the annual report 2010.
AREA decided to call for a ban on pre-charging of fluorinated gases in non-monobloc air conditioning equipment. The aim is to ensure installation of this equipment by certified professionals, a legal
AREA adapts its official position on the F-Gas Regulationâ€™s review on 3 points: Pre-charged non-monobloc air-conditioning systems 3kg refrigerant threshold List of issues requiring clarification
Following a successful participation in an equally successful Chillventa 2010, AREA issues a press release to stress its pride to be a Chillventa sponsor
On 8 th May 2010, the AREA General Assembly unanimously elected new Board members at its spring meeting in Krakow (Poland). Graeme Fox, representing the British association RACG, was elected President
AREA draws national authoritiesâ€™ attention to the need of maintaining some coherence among the existing certification schemes so as to avoid double or overlapping requirements. Here is the AREA r
AREA draws national governments’ attention to the risk of creating an illegal market for the importation of HCFCs from outside the EU, as previously happened with the phase-out of CFCs.
AREA replies to the European Commission’s consultation on the Evaluation and Revision of the Action Plan for Energy
AREA takes a look at respective efficiencies of HFCs vs. alternatives a different ranges of air conditioning and refrigeration systems. Here is the HFCs vs. alternatives in refrigeration & air conditi
At its last meeting on 16 May 2009 in Prague, AREA adopted an abstract Contribution on the issue of energy efficiency of refrigeration and air-conditioning applications. This abstract will be the basi
AREA adopts an official Position on the state of implementation of Regulation 842/2006 (F-Gas) and its consequences on the upcoming review by the European Commission.