UK: The Institute of Refrigeration has put together an impressive line-up of international speakers for its forthcoming Extreme Heat Business Briefing.
In addition to expert speakers from the UK, the programme also includes talks by counterparts from Jordan’s Royal Scientific Society, the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center.
Taking place on 14 November in Birmingham, the event will look at experiences of designing for greater variance in temperature and balancing environmental objectives with higher load demands. It will also review some of the approaches and solutions already adopted by countries that have developed a solid cooling strategy to tackle rising temperatures.
As well as a series of talks showcasing innovations there will be a panel discussion to debate practical steps that the RACHP sector should adopt. This discussion will emphasise the significance of maintaining net-zero objectives when planning for more challenging design conditions.
As part of the event, there will be an opportunity for delegates to participate in a post-conference site tour of the Mondelez-Cadbury UK factory in Bourneville. This tour will provide attendees with a chance to explore the refrigeration plant and gain insights into the manufacturing process.
Places for the Business Briefing are available at £85.00 + VAT with discounts for group bookings.
Further information and booking details here.