£5.25m project aims to reduce heating and cooling emissions: Download details here-
January newsletter published (SIRAC News 7) download here-
June newsletter published (SIRAC News 6) download here-
February R&D News flier on research at Airedale added to the website – download here.-
January newsletter published (SIRAC News 5) – download here-
December R&D News flier on research at EPTA group added to the website.-
9th October – call for tenders for carbon mapping and research identification (Call for tenders closed 27.11.09)
1st September – call for contributions to SIRAC Alternative Technology Review workshop at the 2010 International Sustainability Conference in UK in March 2010 launched. (Call closed 26.10.09)
1st July – Fliers looking at academic research, business R&D and case studies loaded to the main page of the website
June newsletter published (download here).
1st June -Review of Warwick meeting on adsorption cooling and discussion of Future of the Futures added to the website.
25th March – Press coverage in RAC Magazine on SIRAC and a discussion of taxing the GWP of hfcs+
5th February – Futures Conference held in London, to explore key issues and road map the future for sustainable technology development. Speakers from Greater London Authority, York International, Star Refrigeration, Food Research Network, Perspective 2100, London South Bank University, Marks and Spencer and E-on are chaired by Baroness Perry of Southwark. An overview of what took place at the meeting is available here.-
5th December – Building Research Establishment meeting took place at BRE, Garston. Download meeting review.-
October newsletter published (download here).-
17th October – Information about BRE Network meeting on 5th December updated.-
17th Sepmber – Ulster Meeting took place. Read a review of the meeting here. Case Study of Adande Refrigeration added.-
June Newsletter published (download here).-
11th June – “Kickstart Fund” launched to help academics and companies to carry out a short targeted piece of research ideally to enable them to obtain further funding. (applications now closed).
21st May – The Oxford meeting included research presentations from Cambridge University on magnetoelectric and magnetocaloric refrigeration, and from the University of Oxford on Sterling Cycle Cryocoolers. See details here.-
7th March – The Launch meeting was held on 7th March at London South Bank University with forty people taking part in interactive networking sessions and hearing presentations on KTP funding. See details.+
1st February – February Newsletter published (download here) .+