Debate: Beyond Refrigeration - the climate change challenge

Friday 26th June 2020

IOR will be hosting a series of live debates based around our recent launch "Beyond Refrigeration - the challenge to achieve net zero heating and cooling for the UK". 

Join us for a series of discussions about the future role of Refrigeration, Air conditioning and Heat pumps as part of the Institute of Refrigeration's UK World Refrigeration Day celebrations.    Each of our themed discussions will start with a short scene setting talk, then we will open the microphones for the topic to be discussed more widely.

“These key areas are designed to focus our thinking, our discussions and our activity. We want to engage with our members who have the expertise to make these changes happen, with other technical experts who will support decision making and with policymakers who can put in place legislative frameworks and mechanisms to create lasting and effective change.”  IOR President, Kevin Glass FInstR

 

Session1 - 12.00pm - 12.45pm "Beyond Refrigeration"

How can we work together to tackle the challenge of achieving net-zero heating and cooling in the UK, with host Kevin Glass, President, with Dermot Cotter Chair of IOR papers committee and Roger Ryan

 

Session 2 - 13.00pm - 13.45pm  "Developing the Best People and Skills" 

What should a long term industry-led strategy for recruiting, upskilling and investing in the future of heating and cooling look like?  with discussion host John Austin Davies, Chair of EngTech Trailblazer group and John Ellis, IOR Past President and Ellis Training Centre

 

Session 3 - 16.00pm - 16.45pm "Achieving Best System Performance"

What are the right tools, systems and incentives to measure, monitor and maintain system efficiency? with discussion host Rob Lamb, IOR Trustee and Graeme Maidment Past President and London South Bank University

 

Join any or all of these session using this same webinar link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3902912643513398032

Expect to be invited to participate in a live discussion using the question box and in on line polls!

 
 

Institute of Refrigeration  
Kelvin House, 76 Mill Lane  
Carshalton Surrey SM5 2JR 
United Kingdom 

+44 (0)208 6477033

ior@ior.org.uk