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Have you signed up for F-Gas Question Time on May 17 yet?

Free-to-attend event in London on May 17 will look at practicalities of adapting to changing refrigerant market in light of F-Gas regulation

RAC Magazine will next month be hosting its annual free-to-attend F-Gas Question Time event, focusing on how industry is adapting to the move to lower-GWP refrigerants in light of upcoming bans and stricter quotas.

The event, backed by headline sponsor Chemours and supported by Honeywell will bring together experts from across the supply chain.

On the agenda will be discussion of the need for training in the new mildly flammable gases and of course debate on availability and rising prices for the higher-GWP refrigerants. At the same time, Question Time will look at what the industry needs to do to adapt to working with the new HFO blends and R32.

This year’s event is therefore bringing together key voices, from refrigerant experts to end users to discuss the current situation and the next steps.

Experts in attendance will include policy specialist Ray Gluckman, Brian Churchyard from retailer Asda, Adrian Crowther of the Co-operative Group and speakers from Chemours and Honeywell. More speakers will be announced shortly.

The event will take place at the new venue of the Crowne Plaza London Kensington between 9am and 1pm on Thursday, May 17, followed by a buffet lunch.

RAC Magazine welcomes wider industry participation for the free event, so anyone interested in attending should contact oliver.sumner@emap.com to pre-register.


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