Adopting Low GWP Refrigerants | Panel Discussion | Thermal Control Magazine

On March 12, 2024, at 4:00 PM, Thermal Control Business Update (TCBU) will organise a webinar on “Adopting Low GWP refrigerants”.

This webinar will interact with evolving refrigeration technologies in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and transitioning towards environmentally friendly cooling alternatives. The refrigeration industry is aligning itself in phasing out high GWP refrigerants to move towards new sustainable alternatives. This shift is driven by growing demand for greener alternatives and the use of low GWP refrigerants to mitigate the impact of climate change. One trend is the rise of natural refrigerants, such as CO2 and hydrocarbons. These substances have a lower environmental impact than synthetic refrigerants, reducing carbon emissions and energy consumption.

As the world embraces sustainability, the refrigeration industry is evolving, paving the way for a cooler and more environmentally friendly future. One way is the adoption of low-GWP refrigerants to enable sustainable cooling. Technologies like IoT integrated systems also optimise efficiency to meet environmental-friendly goals by minimising greenhouse gas emissions.

During this 90-minute virtual interactive session on “Adopting Low GWP refrigerants” from 4 PM to 5.30 PM IST On March 12, 2024, Industry experts will be talking about technological advancements and innovations in refrigeration systems, regulatory standards and global initiatives promoting the adoption of GWP refrigerants, transition to low-GWP refrigerants in refrigeration as well as benefits and challenges in adopting the same.

PANELISTS

Aurgho Ghosh, Senior Manager – VRV Business, Daikin Air conditioning India: “Green Refrigerants in HVAC System”

Madi Sakande, General Manager, New Cold System: “Challenges Related to the Flammability of the Alternative Refrigerants”

Anil D. Gulanikar, Past President, Association of Ammonia Refrigeration: “Ammonia as Environment Friendly, Sustainable Energy Efficient Refrigerant”

Manjeet Singh, Sustainable Cooling Expert

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