This past Father’s Day weekend, my family asked what I wanted to do. Without hesitation, I jumped at the chance to go the San Diego Zoo and see all the animals in their somewhat natural surroundings. Our company is not named Polar for a reason – 17 years ago, we wanted to keep the focus of [ more ]
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The New York Times reported that we have reached a global warming plateau. Temperatures have steadied out over the past 15 years, and the explanation is that “we’re lucky”. While the surface temperature may be experiencing a lull, we have also been recording record high temperatures in the past decade, and extreme amounts of energy [ more ]
At Polar Technology, we have worked hard to develop a refrigerant tracking software known as TrakRef. Leaks can occur at many stages of a refrigerant’s life, and it is important to know where and how much leakage is occurring for the sake of safety, environmental consequences, and regulation compliance. TrakRef gives the user total control [ more ]
Global Warming through Greenhouse gases is an issue that affects every nation on the planet. Since the booming Industrial Revolution, the Earth has seen a temperature rise unlike any other time period. Even though the planet is on a current cycle of cooling, the ten hottest years on record have been since 1998, and these [ more ]
On May 9, Rep. Scott Peters, a Democrat representing California’s 52nd Congressional District, introduced a new bill, the Super Pollutant Emissions Reduction Act (SUPER Act), aimed at countering some of the major drivers of global climate change.
In a landmark decision the Multilateral Fund’s Executive Committee has agreed to provide China, the largest producer and consumer of HCFCs, an amount up to US $385 million for the entire elimination of its industrial production of ozone depleting substances (ODS) by the year 2030.