The Danish manufacturer will host three virtual sessions on January 19: one focusing on CO2, one on propane and the third on ammonia.
Technical presentations from SCM Ref Australia and Danfoss representatives focused on R744 technologies for cold chain refrigeration.
But continued growth in the adoption of R744 requires clear regulation, training, innovative products and awareness-raising, according to a market-trends panel.
The self-paced, free-to-attend courses are tailored for store owners and RACHP technicians to support their transition towards NatRefs.
The supermarket chain is expanding its transcritical CO2 footprint and moving into more regional areas of the country.
Together with Danish subsidiary Advansor, Hillphoenix has now installed more than 12,000 CO2 systems around the world.
The program aims to provide in-depth product, service and technology strategy sessions for European retail customers.
The Kirby Program enables apprentices to demonstrate they are qualified to work with natural refrigerants.