Clean cooling capability: New role announced.

2021-09-24T13:16:54+12:00September 24th, 2021|EcoChill, HFC Phasedown, Job Opportunities, Net Zero|

New role is further investment in building New Zealand clean cooling capability. EcoChill have appointed Damien Scott to the newly created role of National Sales Manager to further respond to New Zealand’s growing need for zero carbon cooling solutions. “Many New Zealand businesses remain unaware of increasing shifts in cooling

Race to zero: New appointment announced.

2021-11-18T08:57:28+13:00May 4th, 2021|EcoChill, HFC Phasedown, Job Opportunities, Net Zero|

EcoChill appointment response to critical need for New Zealand cold storage capability in race to net zero. EcoChill have appointed Nathan Harrison to the newly created role of National Key Account Manager and INCOLD product champion within the Commercial and Industrial team. Nathan’s appointment further builds on EcoChill’s commitment to meeting

Refrigerant Trends August 2020

2020-08-26T12:10:43+12:00August 24th, 2020|EcoChill, HFC Phasedown, News, Refrigerant, Resources|

Refrigerant prices rise with the NZU. “Any company with cooling systems that rely on R404a or R507 have immediate risks that need to be understood and managed now.” Matthew Darby, MD EcoChill Refrigerant prices increase this month with the market cap increase of the New Zealand Carbon Unit from $25 to $35.

Managing Refrigerant Risk #1 – R404a and R507

2020-08-26T12:15:30+12:00August 2nd, 2020|HFC Phasedown, News, Refrigerant, Resources|

Prices of refrigerant are currently rising as changes to the Emission Trading Scheme have raised the cap of the New Zealand Carbon Unit from $25 to $35.  For those whose systems are using synthetic F gas refrigerants, particularly those that are older with high Global Warming Potential (GWP), there are cost and supply risks that need

Earth Day 22 April 2020: How refrigerant choice affects climate change.

2020-05-06T09:02:22+12:00April 20th, 2020|Community, HFC Phasedown, News, Resources|

EARTH DAY 22nd April 2020 This #EarthDay, while the coronavirus (COVID-19) has been spreading around the world and dominating news headlines, thoughts and attention, the need to take climate action has remained as urgent as ever. The theme of Earth Day 2020 is Climate Action. By the end of 2020, global CO2 emissions need

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