Chicago event will address technician shortage, regulatory climate
and natural refrigerants
ST. LOUIS, June 28, 2017 — Emerson (NYSE: EMR) today announced its next E360 Forum in Chicago on Thursday, October 5. The forum will provide a platform to discuss some of the industry’s biggest challenges, including the dynamic regulatory climate, the growing technician shortage and the introduction of new refrigerants.
The day-long event will open with an update on refrigerant and energy regulations, followed by a panel discussion about designing refrigeration and HVAC systems for foodservice, supermarkets and cold storage. Following the panel discussion, there will be a session projecting retail and foodservice issues for 2025 and beyond for customers, operators and facilities, as well as a session on the current technician shortage and planning for the future.
The afternoon will feature breakout sessions focused on four areas: applications, regulations, air conditioning and industrial refrigeration. Some topics covered include:
The E360 Forum is part of the Emerson’s broader initiative to create a meaningful HVACR industry dialogue. The E360 platform provides a number of resources designed to offer interested parties a 360-degree view of commercial refrigeration issues and advancements by addressing energy efficiency, equipment reliability and safety, environmental protection and economic considerations.
For more information on this next E360 Forum, including registration information, click here.
Emerson (NYSE: EMR), headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri (USA), is a global technology and engineering company providing innovative solutions for customers in industrial, commercial and residential markets. Our Emerson Automation Solutions business helps process, hybrid, and discrete manufacturers maximize production, protect personnel and the environment while optimizing their energy and operating costs. Our Emerson Commercial & Residential Solutions business helps ensure human comfort and health, protect food quality and safety, advance energy efficiency, and create sustainable infrastructure. For more information, visit Emerson.com.
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