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IOR Annual Conference – have you booked your place?

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Key topics focusing on how the RACHP sector can help end-users achieve their net zero ambitions will be central to the IOR Annual Conference taking place on 1 December in Birmingham.

Delegates at the conference will gather insights from experts on the following topics:

  • Supporting Sustainable Cooling solutions: hear from the Carbon Trust’s recently appointed Head of Sustainable Cooling Steve Gill on how the Carbon Trust is providing acceleration support for cooling innovators to ensure that new technologies and sustainable solutions progress from development to deployment. Steve will also give some insights into cooling investment models and the scaling up of sustainable cooling solutions.
  • Refrigerants – a key part of the sustainability solution for net zero: Ken Logan from A-Gas will explain how practical Lifecycle Refrigerant Management strategies being implemented by leading businesses are helping to make our industry more sustainable and how these can assist businesses in the preparation for dealing with their legal obligations related to refrigerants.
  • How can we convince our customers to take service and maintenance seriously? Gavin Redmore, Head of Energy at City FM will outline how best practice can improve the performance of Air Source Heat Pumps in installation through a critical analysis of each phase of these processes and a series of topical examples.
  • Want to go carbon neutral? Find out how Danfoss are changing how they do business: in this talk, Nanna Aage, Senior Director for DSC ESG and Product Compliance at Danfoss will explain how the company is also influencing the decarbonisation of their supply chain and by extension influencing their customers.
  • A new benchmark to aim for your cold store? Andy Pearson of Star Refrigeration shows owners, operators and maintenance contractors how they can build a meaningful picture of their performance in terms of how they compare with similar facilities in other parts of the country or other parts of the world. Using real data from live sites he will explain the advantages of benchmarking your system performance.
  • Skills shortages are just the tip of the iceberg in the RACHP sector: James Bailey will share insights and lead on the topic of “Leadership Redefined” during a session where we will look at how we, as an industry, can promote and instill entrepreneurial, management and leadership qualities to ensure that we can meet the realities of the coming challenges of climate change.
  • How to achieve carbon reductions and energy efficiency in existing industrial refrigeration systems: Rob Lamb of Star Refrigeration will walk us through a project carried out at a 40+ years old temperature-controlled facility that has achieved improvements in energy, reliability and safety for the customer.

See the full programme of speakers and delegate networking and book to attend at