AASA : ASHRAE Associate Society Alliance
Global Associate Societies
ASHRAE, in its desire to broaden its scope of activities in the world and thereby make possible a more effective and fruitful exchange of knowledge and ideas among engineers engaged in the arts and sciences of HVAC&R, created the Associate Society Alliance in 1962.
When: February 16-28, 2014 - Roma
The 49th Edition of AiCARR International Conference of 2014 will take place in Roma.
When: April 3-4, 2014 - Dublin, Ireland
Papers are being sought for an ASHRAE CIBSE Technical Symposium, scheduled for April 3-4, 2014, in Dublin. The deadline for abstracts is Sept. 15, 2013.
The theme of the symposium is “Moving to a New World of Building Systems Performance.” Recognizing that system and plant performance is a global issue, this joint CIBSE and ASHRAE symposium gives a platform to the latest practice and research from around the world in active and passive building systems that will shape an effective future for the built environment with minimum resource impact.
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2013.8.5 - The 4th CIBSE ASHRAE Technical Symposium 2014 - "Moving to a New World of Building Systems Performance - Dublin, Ireland - CALL FOR PAPERS.
2013.4.9 - The 49th Edition of AiCARR International Conference of 2014 - Roma - CALL FOR PAPERS.
2013.2.12 - VVT publishes new technical publication on "Low Carbon Finland 2050 Vision".
2013.1.23 - The "Public Comment Draft" of the discussion paper "Transition to low emission HVAC&R Issues and solutions" (Can be downloaded here) AIRAH has undertaken this project on behalf of the whole of industry to provide a forum or mechanism whereby the transition to low emission HVAC&R practices and technologies can be discussed. The topic is broad and the views are varied and often conflicting. The content of this paper is based on submissions received from industry stakeholders and statements made do not necessarily represent the official AIRAH view. Click here to read more
2013.1.21 - How can we tackle the climate challenge? News and views in the recently released issue of the Heat Pump Centre Newsletter. Mankind is facing a gigantic challenge: managing climate threat. According to research, the direct cause is the emission of greenhouse gases, emanating mainly from our energy consumption. Scientists also agree that we need to completely change our energy system. But what are the technical possibilities to achieve this - and what is realistic from a political-economic perspective? Click here to read more
2012.12.10 - The Dutch Society for Building Services (TVVL) has shared several Resources on the Storage of Sustainable Energy in the Built Environment.