There is a debate raging currently in the European HVAC community about the burden regulations have placed on the operators of cooling and heating equipment. For much of the legislation, the fundamentals are demonstrating individual and corporate compliance, via accreditation...
A conference committee working to combine House and Senate energy bills likely won’t finish its work before November’s elections and will probably yield a stripped-down reform package, a top negotiator said recently. House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman...
The Obama administration's top trade official said recently he has held preliminary discussions with British government officials about how the two countries could pursue bilateral trade relations after Britain leaves the European Union. U.S. Trade Representative Michael...
Historically speaking, there’s no doubt that the U.S manufacturing industry has had an incredible effect on the U.S economy. Through the captains of industry in the 20th century, manufacturing quite literally propelled the U.S into the World super power it is today.
It belongs to the law of unintended consequences. Back in the 1980s, when the hole in the ozone layer was the world’s number-one environmental problem, few people worried about global warming. So when nations signed the Montreal...
The GUIDE Japan 2016, published on June 28, reveals that Japan’s light commercial refrigeration market is dominated by beverage vending machines. With Japan boasting more vending machines per capita than any other country in...
On July 17, 1902, engineer Willis Carrier produced drawings for the first practical air-conditioning system. The invention thoroughly transformed patterns of work and leisure — not least of all, concertgoing. But that transformation reached the concert hall later than...
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