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*Last updated: 09 Oct 2017
Monday 25 September 2017
Pre-event Workshop
10:00

SuperSmart Training on Energy-Efficient Food Retail Stores 
2-hour workshop by SuperSmart / shecco, Room MOA 4

The SuperSmart project has published 7 reports about how to build and maintain energy-efficient food retail stores in Europe. This free training session will be about energy efficiency, including CO2 systems with ejectors and the integration of A/C systems; and the use of computational tools.

Registration is mandatory and free of charge. Click here to register and for more info. 

Registration and Welcome Lunch
12:30
Registration & sponsor booth set up. Welcome lunch will be served as participants arrive on site at the atrium / exhibition area.
Welcome and Introduction
13:30
Thought Leaders Panel
14:00
HVAC&R industry thought leaders will discuss their future plans involving natural refrigerants, including their technology needs and the opportunities for natural refrigerant technologies across various applications in Europe.

Co-chairs: Marc Chasserot & Alvaro de Oña, shecco

Vincent Grass, Nestlé

Olaf Schulze, Metro AG

Reinhold Resch, AHT

Gaku Shimada, Panasonic

Jörgen RogstamEnergi & Kylanalys

Jonathan Fryer, ISECO

Networking Break
15:30
Coffee, tea and light snacks will be served in the sponsors exhibition area during this networking break.
Market Trends & Opportunities Panel
16:00
Leading European suppliers will give brief strategic and visionary presentations sharing their latest success stories, lessons learned, challenges and next steps regarding natural refrigerant-based technologies.

Co-chairs: Armin HafnerNorwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)Alvaro de Oña, shecco

Guillaume Burvingt, Carrier

Andreas Meier, Teko

Eric DelforgeMayekawa

Umberto di Barbora, Modine

Alexander Pachai, Johnson Controls


Alvaro de Oña, shecco


Armin Hafner, NTNU , Presentation

Alvaro de Oña, shecco, Presentation
Networking Reception
18:00
Drinks and light dinner will be served in the sponsors exhibition area during this networking welcome reception, sponsored by SCM Frigo.
 

*Last updated: 09 Oct 2017
Tuesday 26 September 2017
Networking breakfast
08:00
Continental breakfast will be served in the sponsors exhibition area.
NatRefs - Lessons learned from the German-speaking market
08:30
Update on the state of the market from the German speaking regions of Europe showcasing the experience and expertise in the sector. This session will be key for those interested in moving in this region or those wishing to gain insight in their experience. In discussion will also be the opportunities for the HVAC&R sector in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, based on their different regulations, standards and developments.
 
Chair: Nina Masson, shecco

Nina Masson, shecco, Presentation

Arno Kaschl, European Commission , Presentation

Hans-Peter Klein, BMUB, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservat, Germany's cooling and air-conditioning guideline – results achieved and outlook

Maria Purzner, Environment Agency Austria, Austria's regulatory landscape before EU reg. 517/2014

Olaf Schulze, Metro AG, NatRefs as seen by a German retail giant

Christoph Gasser, AHT Cooling Systems, Presentation

Barbara Gschrey, Öko-Recherche, Presentation

Jonas Schoenenberger, Frigo-Consulting Ltd., Switzerland vs. Europe - differences in legislation

Jürgen Süß, Efficient Energy, Natural refrigerants in data centres
Networking Break
10:30
Coffee, tea and light snacks will be served in the sponsors exhibition area during this networking break.
Case Studies: Small and Medium-Format Commercial Refrigeration
11:00
Case Studies: Innovation
11:01
Heat Pumps
11:02
Networking Lunch
12:30
Networking lunch will be served in the sponsors exhibition area.
Case Studies: Commercial Refrigeration
14:00
Industrial Refrigeration Panel
14:01
Transport Workshop
14:02
Networking Break
16:00
Coffee, tea and light snacks will be served in the sponsors exhibition area during this networking break.
Case Studies: Industrial Refrigeration
Parallel Sessions
16:30
Case Studies: Hydrocarbon Commercial Refrigeration
16:31
Case Studies: HVAC
16:32
Networking Dinner and Accelerate Europe Awards Ceremony
19:30
Dinner reception, sponsored by Carrier, will be Wasserwerk, an event venue about 15 mins away from the conference location. Busses from and to the hotel will be available, with the first bus leaving the hotel at 18:35 and at 21:00 back to the hotel. Busses will leave every 10-15 minutes both on the way to the venue and back to the hotel.   

 


Andrew Williams, shecco, editor of Accelerate Europe, and Alvaro de Oña, shecco, head of media, will present the 1st  Annual Accelerate Europe Awards, recognizing companies and individuals leading the transition to natural refrigerant­-based technologies.


*Last updated: 09 Oct 2017
Wednesday 27 September 2017
Networking Breakfast
08:00
Continental breakfast will be served in the sponsors exhibition area.
Parallel Sessions
Food Retail Panel
09:00
Training
09:01
Networking Break
11:00
Coffee, tea and light snacks will be served in the sponsors exhibition area during this networking break.
Policy & Standards Panel
11:30
Presentations by government representatives on the latest regulatory issues and standards regarding natural refrigerants in Europe.

Chair: Marc Chasserotshecco

Florian Veyssilier, French Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development & Energy, Update on French policy and refrigeration standards

Daniel de Graaf, German Environment Agency (UBA) , Criteria of the German Ecolabel ("Blue Angel") for stationary Air Conditioners

Thomas Willson, ECOS, Development of standards and their impact on natural refrigerants

Peder Gabrielsen, European Environment Agency (EEA), Presentation

Clare Perry, Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA), The Kigali Agreement and its relevance to the European policy on HFCs

Marc Chasserot, shecco, Global Policy Trends influencing Natural Refrigerant based technologies
CONCLUSIONS AND FAREWELL LUNCH
13:00
Lunch will be served in the sponsors exhibition area.
Site Visit to Edeka Ludwigsfelde Store
14:00
Site visit to Edeka store, one of the largest German supermarket chains, in Ludwigsfelde, organised by Epta


The store features include parallel compression, heat recovery and heat-pump functions.

Registration is free of charge but mandatory. Please send us an e-mail at info@atmo.org if you are interested with your name, organisation, phone number and ATMO Europe 2017 order number (found on your Eventbrite confirmation ticket).

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