Over the past fortnight, Mitsubishi Electric has had some fascinating articles, with Oliver Collins offering Five Top Tips for improving your indoor air quality; and Head of Sustainability, Martin Fahey looking the 7 ‘C’s’ that will help us all focus on getting to Net Zero.
James Harman focuses on the steps that the Retail sector need to take on the road to Net Zero; while Refurb Project’s Carole Titmuss looks at improving efficiency for a packaging manufacturer with the replacement of its cooling system.
Jonathon Tait explores the world of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning and looks at the benefits of getting it right for buildings and their occupants; while Kevin Wilcott asks whether Facilities Managers should concentrate on conducting he orchestra rather than trying to play every instrument.
On the back of dissecting the Skidmore Report, Chris Newman looks at recording a podcast inside the heart of Government; while Simon Walker writes on the importance of seasonal commissioning; and Patrick Mooney asks whether the uncertain future for onshore wind farms can really continue.
Over the last six years, The Hub has covered a wide and fascinating variety of topics.
On ‘May the 4th be with you’ Day, the company revisited an article comparing R32 air conditioning with Star Wars much loved droid.
It’s also worth resurrecting this fascinating article about the impact that climate change is having on indigenous people around the world.
And, as Mitsubishi Electric rapidly approach another step in the F-Gas Phase Down, it is worth re-exploring the implications of the F-Gas Directive with this article.
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