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ACR News presents Transforming Technologies Conference

ACR News has organised the Transforming Technologies Conference which takes place on March 9, 2011 at The Institute of Mechanical Engineers, London.
ACR News Editor Neil Everitt said: 'Faced with the threat of carbon taxes, rising energy costs and a need to reduce our carbon footprint, the race is on to develop a new generation of low carbon cooling solutions that both safeguard the environment and make commercial sense. Against this background, ACR News is organising a major conference to enable the industry to get up to speed with the new technologies vying to become the mainstream solutions for the future.'
The Transformational Technologies Conference will include coverage of a diverse range of subjects including nanotechnology, developments in compressor technology, the new breed of refrigerants and state-of-the-art approaches to plant optimisation.
In addition to clear explanations of the technology, there will be practical case studies showing the solutions in action and what they deliver.
The event - aimed primarily at consultants, contractors, manufacturers and end users - will bring together pioneering players in the development of new technologies, provide professionals with the chance to hear experts, listen to case studies and to network with industry peers.
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9 December 2010


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