Along with data analysis and electrification, natural refrigerant-based air conditioning can play a key role in reducing emissions in the building sector.
Ahead of next week’s ATMOsphere Asia 2019 event in Bangkok, shecco’s Jan Dusek spoke about the key challenges and opportunities facing Southeast Asia’s market for natural refrigerants.
German OEM TEKO sees large potential for CO2 in Southeast Asia and will take its CO2 training to Bangkok, Thailand this September.
A SPAR store in Chengdu, China, installed 32 propane plug-in freezer cabinets in July.
The company announced its latest progress with natural refrigerant system installations in its 2019 sustainability report.
Though short of the 220,000-unit pledge made by the industry last year, the number represents progress towards advancing R290 AC adoption in China
New program aims educate more than 200 trainers in Thailand by the end of 2020.
Bitzer Australia, through its expanded training efforts, is aiming to push its CO2 technology into all market segments.
With plans to convert its entire portfolio to hydrocarbons and CO2 by 2022, OEM Sanden Intercool Group is targeting its home market in Thailand and the region.