Miriam Solana Ciprés

Miriam Solana Ciprés has a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Padova, and is the author of several technical publications on supercritical CO2 technologies, having completed study and research periods at several universities in Italy and Spain, as well as at the USDA in the United States.
Currently, she works at the HVAC/R Knowledge Centre at CAREL headquarters, whose objective is to strengthen specific technical competencies inside the Group through training programs, and lobbying activities amongst the most influential associations worldwide.
Over the last two years she has focused her activities on studying of refrigerant and energy efficiency regulations, disseminating information through seminars, conferences, white papers and the corporate blog
One year of “sharing ideas” on HVAC/R! Today is a day to celebrate for CAREL’s blog! 50 posts have been published during this first year, with thousands of views and listing in the
I knew that this business trip would be different from the others. Going more than 11,000 km away together with representatives of Italian refrigeration companies to explain what is currently
Keeping a comfortable temperature throughout the year has become a must. Not so long ago, people used to just have a stove to heat the house in winter, with temperature control based on their own
With an outdoor temperature of 26°C on 24 October, it could be said that the weather in Madrid was in line with the main focus of the first ATMOsphere Ibérica event: the challenges of natural
Good news from the United States. Both the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy (DOE) are back after several months’ adaptation to the new administration. This summer,
Everything is happening at lightning speed! Just one and a half years ago, when I began going into detail on HFC refrigerant regulations, it all seemed to be about a change that would happen
Most wine, beer and milk are made by a process that uses a chiller. It is essential to take away the heat produced by mixing, cooking and pasteurisation. Chilling systems are also indispensable in
Ever since beverage coolers were patented in 1979 , hundreds of variations have been made to these cabinets that keep our bottles cold so we can enjoy a cool drink any time. Something that is
When the first warm weather arrived I left Italy, where people were starting to worry about how to cool their houses, heading to the Netherlands, where one of the main concerns is how to heat
Whereas many media-friendly political decisions have been made during the first 100 days of the new US administration, people working in HVAC/R sector are wondering whether the refrigerant and energy
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