Episode 12 covers the presentation by the Replenishment Task Force of the Technology and Economic Assessment Panel (TEAP) – an advisory body to the Montreal Protocol Parties – of a progress report highlighting natural refrigerant alternatives, the installation by Hillphoenix of a CO2 ice rink in Alaska, and Japan’s easing of its CO2 regulation.
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In this week's podcast, we cover the Replenishment Task Force of the Technology and Economic Assessment Panel (TEAP) – an advisory body to the Montreal Protocol Parties – presenting its progress report highlighting natural refrigerant alternatives that are and will be used in the future.
We also take a look at Chinese real estate developer Vanke, Finnish refrigeration company Huurre and building technology designer Granlund – another Finnish company – teaming up to bring greener ice rinks to the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. While in Alaska Hillphoenix installs another CO2 ice rink.
At the end of the programme, we hear from our reporter in Asia on Japan’s easing of its CO2 regulation and what this means for manufacturers and end users.
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