Our members

Joining forces to combat climate change

Our member network consists of front-running RACHP innovators that actively want to contribute to our goals.

Membership is open to all companies, organisations, associations, institutions or individuals seeking to support us in promoting the global uptake of natural refrigerants.

 

Among our members are the following companies and organisations:

Bundesinnungsverband des Deutschen Kälteanlagenbauerhandwerks

BIV represents enterprises responsible for the design, installation, maintenance and repair of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment. It supports the interests of its members in the skilled crafts of refrigeration plant construction in accordance with the legal requirements. As member of the Central Guild of German Trades (ZDH), BIV develops the political, national and commercial environment of its own trade.

ENTROPYCS (ENTROPY Cooling Solutions)

ENTROPYCS is an engineering and training partner for refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump technologies. ENTROPYCS' mission is to support natural refrigerants, minimize energy use, combat climate change and help companies to do sound and socially responsible business.

HEAT International GmbH

HEAT is an international consultancy company specialised on climate technologies and governance, carbon-neutral cooling solutions and sustainable transport. HEAT is working, among others, on national cooling plans and supports governments of developing countries in introducing MEPs and labels.                                 

KNVvK Young Cool

The Royal Dutch Refrigeration Association represents all stakeholders in refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pumps in the Netherlands. They link suppliers, users, science and government.

STEK

Since 1992 STEK (‘Foundation for emission prevention in refrigeration engineering’) aims to reduce emissions in refrigeration, climate and heat pump engineering. Quality, sustainability and safety are central values. STEK offers certification of companies and individuals and facilitates knowledge                                                     sharing on natural refrigerants, f-gases, heat pumps and EPBD.