The EPA will address the upcoming ‘Technology Transitions’ rule in the AIM Act and take questions in a special workshop.
Kigali aligns with the U.S. AIM Act, which received bipartisan support in the Senate.
The U.S. has learned from other countries in creating its own tracking and enforcement program.
The agency will address the petition requests, from EIA, IIAR and others, in a future rulemaking, with no guarantees.
ALDI US and Grocery Outlet receive awards based on use of natural refrigerants.
CO2 installations include warm regions of the U.S., such as California, Florida, Texas and Georgia.
The Natural Resources Defense Council outlines areas of agreement and disagreement with proposals raised at the EPA’s June 3 hearing.
Stakeholders can attend the hearing online, as well as submit comments till July 6.