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333 natref projects receive subsidies in Japan

At the start of July, JRECO (the Japan Refrigerants and Environment Conservation Organization) announced which companies will receive financial support from the Japanese Ministry of the Environment (MOE) in the first round of funding for natural refrigerant projects (3-4 rounds planned),.

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DTI’s theoretical and hands-on CO2 training course

The Danish Technological Institute (DTI) supplies complete CO2 training courses combining theory and most importantly hands-on training. Denmark continues to lead Europe in CO2 transcritical store installations and DTI is well placed to ensure refrigeration professionals keep up with the highly evolved market.

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Ice rinks ‘will go CO2’ in future

Natural refrigerant CO2 will become the refrigerant of choice for ice rinks, argued Swedish refrigeration engineering consultants Energi & Kylanalys (EKA) at last week’s Gustav Lorentzen conference in Edinburgh.

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