28. April 2022
The international standard IEC 60335-2-40 contains safety requirements for electrical heat pumps, air-conditioners and dehumidifiers intended for household or similar use. A Final Draft International Standard (FDIS), i.e. a new version, of IEC 60335-2-40 has been developed and will soon enter its final vote stage where National Committee members of IEC may approve or reject the draft by casting a positive or negative vote.
19. April 2022
Germany: Joint Initiative on Sustainable Cooling
Klimafreundliches Kühlen und Klimatisieren mit natürlichen Kältemitteln: Eine gemeinsame Initiative von Coolskills, der Klimaschutzoffensive des Handelsverbands Deutschland, RefNat4LIFE, Refrigerants Naturally! e.V. und des Umweltbundesamtes
06. April 2022
E-learning on climate friendly cooling solutions
Are you looking for climate friendly cooling and heating solutions in the small food retail sector? Efficient appliances that help reduce cost and greenhouse gas emissions are available.
06. April 2022
Join the upcoming webinars of our RefNat4LIFE project partners in Germany, Spain and Portugal
15. September 2021
RACHP Training Database for engineers and servicing companies goes online
Explore the new training provider database for RACHP engineers and servicing companies.
05. May 2021
Refrigerants, Naturally! has published a position paper on the ongoing revision of Regulation (EU) 517/2014 (also called F-Gas Regulation). During this process, the EU is discussing the Global Warming Potential (GWP) of refrigerants as well as the future HFC phase-down plans for its member states. The revision represents a considerable opportunity for setting the framework for climate-friendly and ecologically sound alternatives. Refrigerants, Naturally! is actively involved in the revision...
17. December 2020
The RefNat4LIFE project initiated by Refrigerants, Naturally! members has published a report on RACHP-related emissions within the food retail sector in Europe.
13. March 2020
Refrigerant, Naturally! happily announces the start of the EU funded "Ref, Nat! for LIFE" project.
25. June 2018
The Refrigerants, Naturally! member companies have together successfully avoided the emission of around 43.5 million metric tonnes of CO2 through transition to natural refrigerants. In 2004 the members of Refrigerants, Naturally! together with Greenpeace and UN Environment, set out to accomplish an ambitious mission. That mission was, to set clear, industry-leading targets, with each members’ CEO support, for an accelerated transition from F-gas refrigerants such as HFCs, HCFCs and CFCs to...
05. December 2016
The Japanese branch of The Coca-Cola Company is leading by example. Their goal, as is the goal of the TCCC headquarter, is to be 100% HFC free by 2020. HFC free means - as for all Refrigerants, Naturally! member companies - 100% natural refrigerants in all point of sale units. The Coca-Cola Company has been and still is actively pushing for the global uptake of CO2 and Hydrocarbon refrigeration systems. Read the article as published in the latest Accelerate Australia & New Zealand here....

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