16 September, 2014

Almost two-thirds of surveyed large supermarkets from North and West European countries now use natural refrigerants in their stores, according to a new report by Carrier Commercial Refrigeration. The study, conducted by shecco, seeks to provide a clear picture of the key drivers for and against the adoption of sustainable refrigeration and refrigerant options, as well as the impact of legislation.

05 September, 2014

shecco, the leading publisher of natural refrigerant news worldwide, is launching a new magazine for US and Canadian HVAC&R professionals focusing on North America’s increasing need for natural refrigerant solutions. Written for and by the most progressive business leaders in the industry, Accelerate America will feature exclusive interviews from leading retailers such as Delhaize and Whole Foods, comment and analysis on upcoming regulatory changes and reporting from major US and Mexican HVAC&R events.

01 July, 2014

shecco is pleased to announce that the comprehensive ATMOsphere America 2014 Summary Report has been published and is available for download for free on the shecco publications website. The report highlights the main discussions and findings of the conference, focusing on the latest technology innovations, regulatory issues and market trends in the field of natural refrigerants in North America.

13 January, 2014

Kicking off its 2014 activities, shecco has launched the 2nd edition of its popular GUIDE Europe, titled “GUIDE 2014: Natural Refrigerants - Continued Growth and Innovation in Europe”. The nearly 200 page-long publication provides an essential update on the market evolution of HVAC&R applications using CO2, ammonia, hydrocarbons, water and air. Featuring data on the latest market trends, a business directory of over 400 companies working with natural refrigerants in Europe, brand new supermarket maps, and survey results from 376 European HVAC&R industry experts, the GUIDE EU 2014 aims to build on the success of the 2012 edition and become THE industry reference tool for those working with natural working fluids.

18 December, 2013

shecco is launching its newest GUIDE publication, the “GUIDE+: HFC taxes & fiscal incentives for natural refrigerants in Europe,” a paid-for publication that provides a comprehensive overview of existing and proposed fiscal measures aimed at reducing the use and emissions of HFCs in HVAC&R sectors, while encouraging the switch to climate-friendly technologies, in key Europe countries.

05 December, 2013

At a Joint UNIDO-UNEP Expert Group Meeting on the Implementation of HCFC Phase-out Management Plans in Sub-Saharan African Countries, shecco has stressed the importance of data collection and active stakeholder involvement for a successful transition to more sustainable refrigerant options.

19 November, 2013

shecco is proud to announce the launch of its latest publication jointly researched and published with the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). The report, summarising results from the ATMOsphere Technology Summit and global surveys gathering perspectives from emerging economies, is another clear step to strengthen shecco’s involvement in international project activities helping developing countries seize additional climate benefits from natural refrigerants and foams.

04 July, 2013

Following the second successful ATMOsphere America event in June, shecco has now released an official conference report, summarising main presentations and informal discussions.

19 March, 2013

Market development company shecco has launched the latest edition of its series of freely downloadable GUIDEs, the “GUIDE 2013: Natural Refrigerants – Market Growth for North America”. Analysing the very latest market trends and data for North America regarding the uptake of the natural working fluids CO2, ammonia, the group of hydrocarbons, water and air the publication gathers input from over 550 HVAC&R industry experts.

21 February, 2013

shecco has published the next in its series of free GUIDEs to inform industry and policy decision makers about sustainable refrigeration technology. The publication “Examples of NH3/CO2 secondary systems for cold store operators” highlights legislative, safety, technology, efficiency and cost aspects, in addition to listing various case studies.
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