ATMOsphere Network Bangkok 2015 shows natural refrigerants making inroads in developing countries

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As a side event to a key Montreal Protocol meeting, shecco hosted an ATMOsphere Network event to show-off the progress that developing countries have made in the introduction of natural refrigerants, notably hydrocarbons, ammonia and CO2 as well as emerging technological trends.

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Zhong Zhifeng of China’s Foreign Economic Co-operation Office at the Ministry of Environmental Protection started the conference off with an update on China’s progress in the introduction of natural refrigerants in the domestic refrigeration and air conditioning sectors. Zhifeng noted that the domestic refrigeration market in China has been moving towards hydrocarbons since the 1990s and has advanced to the stage where 100% of newly produced Chinese refrigerators and freezers now use hydrocarbons.

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