IOR Annual Conference 2021 and Tech Talk papers available to download now
The IOR Annual Conference Opens Next Week
Have you booked your place for the IOR Conference yet?
The IOR’s 2021 Annual Conference is on 21 and 22 April and features a range of technical input to help you understand the implications of Net Zero carbon aspirations for everyone in the RACHP sector.
The full programme includes key notes, case study papers and training courses – all of which will gain you valuable CPD Certificates. We are also including interactive discussion “Coffee Lounges” so that you can explore questions and themes with experts.
See the full programme and booking details at https://ior.org.uk/events/netzero/programme-BR.
Those attending the conference will have access to all live sessions, printed papers for the presentations and access to all recordings for six months after the end of the conference.
Fees are £50 + VAT per person with discounted tickets available for students and for delegates from Article 5 countries under the Montreal Protocol and the 7 countries with economies in transition.
Register now at www.ior.org.uk/events/netzero
Papers for the Future of Refrigerants with a GWP of less than 150 Tech Talk are now available for download
The papers supporting the TechTalk on the Future of Refrigerants with a GWP of less than 150 that takes place on Thursday 15 April at 4pm are now available for download at https://ior.org.uk/events/refrigerants-with-gwp-of-less-150.
Presenters at this TechTalk will explore which ultra-low GWP refrigerants they believe will be available and suitable for use in their sector.
They will discuss what their considerations will be when choosing refrigerants and what options they believe are the most suitable for their sector and why.
There is still time to register for this online event at https://ior.org.uk/events/refrigerants-with-gwp-of-less-150
Small Bespoke Cold Stores – Options for the Future
Join us for this interactive Q&A Webinar on 28 April at 7pm organised by the RACHP EngTech section on refrigerant options for small bespoke cold rooms.
The event will feature a discussion session with short introductions to the issues from various points of view, followed by an interactive question and answer session with the audience.
We expect there to be more questions than answers so a follow-up event or guidance will try to pick up any outstanding themes.
The event is free for all and participants can register at https://ior.org.uk/small-bespoke-cold-stores-options-for-the-future