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Australian cooling bodies take on ARA over 'inaccurate public pronouncements' on industry position with government


Really pleased to see this matter getting the attention it deserves. The simplest answer is for HVACR stakeholders to have a look at the Consumer Goods Forum sustainability strategy on refrigeration or visit the shecco websites: R744.com, Hydrocarbons21.com, ammonia21.com. The fact is that HFC only serves its suppliers and those OEMs that haven't recognized the benefits of natural refrigerants: energy efficient, virtually no GWP, cost effective. The rest of us want to reduce emissions and reduce cost. So important to recognize that HFCs will add an enormous amount to global warming if we don't stop using them.

Posted date

7 December, 2015

Posted time

4:32 am