The “negative list” includes refrigerators and freezers containing halogenated refrigerants, amongst others climate-relevant products.
The Austrian Association of Refrigeration (ÖGKT) has launched a training facility covering natural refrigerant technologies.
The European Environment Agency (EEA) reports 1% annual gain in f-gas supply in 2020, as well as 7% growth in HFC consumption.
The £12 million grant is aimed at HFC reduction and adoption energy-efficient cooling.
The Institute’s ‘Beyond Refrigeration’ program is providing guidance to industry stakeholders to support uptake of climate-aligned solutions.
A Motion for Resolution addresses the upcoming revision of the EU F-Gas Regulation.
Serbia’s ratification of the Kigali Amendment went into effect on October 8, according to the United Nations.
The event will still take place on September 28-29, and the announced program remains unchanged.
The new heat pump uses water – but could use some ammonia mixed in – as its refrigerant, and can produce temperatures up to 180°C.
Aiming to cut emissions in the EU by 55% by 2030, the proposals include updates to energy efficiency, manufacturing, renewable energy and carbon trading.