NASRC recently welcomed two new staff members: Adriane Lepage and Morgan Smith. With our growing team, we are confident that we will be able to tackle the hurdles to natural refrigerants even more effectively!
NASRC launched a new petition that calls for the expedited revision of existing codes and standards to allow for greater use of low-GWP refrigerants in commercial refrigeration. We are calling for industry to voice their support by signing a petition for faster action on codes and standards.
NASRC has launched our new Natural Refrigerants Service Network designed to help end users connect contractors and service technicians who are trained to install and service natural refrigerant systems. The network is free and easy to use for both contractors and end users.
The California Cooling Act, which was introduced by Senator Lara on February 7th, proposes a new incentive program to support California businesses and residents as they adopt low-global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants.