New programme highlights + ATMOsphere Asia Report published

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ATMOsphere Europe 2015 is just over a week away! We’d like to share some final programme highlights with you, including speakers on the Supplier Panel, as well as Technomercials by Huayi Compressor Barcelona, Thermo King, Blupura, Carel and Danfoss.

This will be the biggest ATMOsphere event we have ever organised in Europe and spaces are almost completely sold out. Don’t wait until the last minute, register today!

We are also proud to announce that the ATMOsphere Asia 2015 Summary Report has been published. The report outlines the main highlights and conclusions from the very successful ATMOsphere Asia conference recently organised in Tokyo, Japan. The report is available for free download!

Supplier Panel

Panel participants will respond to concerns raised by supermarket representatives during the Food Retailer Panel, as well as present the natural refrigerant solutions currently available on the market and expectations for future technology developments.

Moderators: Marc Chasserot, shecco & Jean Michel Fleury, Carrefour
  • Davide Refosco, SCM Frigo
  • Sergio Girotto, Enex
  • Torben Hansen, Advansor
  • Stig-Göran Lind, Green & Cool
  • Jürgen Süß, efficient energy
  • Francesco Mastrapasqua, Epta

ATMOsphere Europe 2015 offers participants the opportunity to attend several technomercials during lunch on both conference days. These technomercials highlight some of the latest natural refrigerant technologies and products available on the market.
  • Propane compressors for light commercial refrigeration by Huayi Compressor Barcelona
  • CryoTech – Time to Change by Thermo King
  • R290 and R600 natural refrigerants in drinking water coolers and fountains by Blupura
  • CAREL retail system for CO2 convenience store by CAREL
  • Engineering the supermarket of tomorrow by Danfoss (video)
To view the full ATMOsphere Europe 2015 programme, please visit

ATMOsphere Asia 2015 Summary Report

This comprehensive report covers the main discussion highlights and key findings of ATMOsphere Asia 2015, which took place from 3-5 February in Tokyo, Japan.

The report is intended to be a resource to the global HVAC&R community and industry stakeholders interested in learning more about the latest natural refrigerant technologies, market trends and regulatory issues in Japan and other Asian countries. It can be downloaded for free at

If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact us at