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Advances in natural refrigerant adoption at major retailers


About this presentation

related to ATMOsphere America 2016
published on 17 June 2016
4 pages

Keilly Witman from KW Refrigerant Management Strategy said that next year will see the installation of the first propane/CO2 cascade system in America, in a Whole Foods store in California.

About the speaker(s)

Keilly Witman


Keilly Witman is the owner of KW Refrigerant Management Strategy, a consulting firm that helps industry manage the many strategic challenges of today’s and tomorrow’s refrigerant world. Prior to starting her own firm, she worked in the EPA’s Stratospheric Protection Division, which regulates refrigerant sales, use and end-of-life. Keilly has held over 80 webinars on refrigeration and refrigerant management, and co-authored best practice guidelines for refrigerant leak prevention and repair, installation leak tightness and R-22 retrofits. She has written dozens of articles on current topics in refrigerant management and developed tools to help industry calculate the financial and environmental impact of their refrigerant emissions. In 2010, she was named one of the industry's 50 most influential people by Supermarket News. Keilly has a Law Degree and a Master’s in Environmental Policy from Vermont Law School.