The collaboration is part of the heat transfer specialist’s efforts to become carbon neutral across its entire value chain by 2030.
The aim is to address the growing demand for future-proof refrigeration, air conditioning, and heat pump solutions.
A handful of companies are pushing back against the smuggling checks in EPA’s proposed HFC allowance rule, the NGO warns,
The event will still take place on September 28-29, and the announced program remains unchanged.
The document looks at how GWP measures up over 20 years to show the true environmental effect of common refrigerants used today.
The countries – Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and Denmark – are seeking feedback on their proposal by September 19.
Aiming to cut emissions in the EU by 55% by 2030, the proposals include updates to energy efficiency, manufacturing, renewable energy and carbon trading.
NGO’s investigators found no shortage of suppliers willing to provide smuggled HFCs.
As one of the world’s biggest users of f-gases, China’s acceptance of the amendment is important for the phase down of HFCs.