Episode 32 covers 2017’s biggest policy, market trend and technology stories in Europe, North America and Asia.
Our teams in New York, Brussels and Tokyo pick out the most significant developments affecting uptake of natural refrigerants around the world.
From a policy perspective, we discuss several developments that are likely to help boost uptake of natural refrigerants worldwide, including new global standards governing the use of hydrocarbons, and the impact of the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol. We also look at new rules governing the use of CO2 in Japan, and the America’s Pledge initiative in the United States.
We cover the significant developments for natural refrigerants in the transport sector, including maritime refrigeration and mobile air conditioning. We discuss the commitment to natural refrigerants shown by leading U.S. retailers Aldi US and Target, and Australian retailers such as Woolworths.
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