The contributions include CO2 and propane refrigeration systems for transport and food retail applications as well as knowledge, expertise and logistics.
The maximum allowable charge amount for R290 per refrigerant circuit has increased to 494g, following the IEC standard for plug-in commercial cases.
Shifting towards natural refrigerants, especially R290, in the country’s room air conditioning sector, is key to reducing emissions, the report says.
Within the next five to 10 years, the majority of domestic air conditioners will use R290, says Australian AC manufacturer.
GIZ will be presenting initial test results for R290 AC prototype in webinar on July 16.
CO2 and R290 transport refrigeration units seen as helping country’s cold chain at CCI-Hub workshop.
Fewer trips to the grocery store is leading to more stocking up of frozen foods at home.
The winners in food retail and industrial, and industry contribution, were announced at ATMOsphere Japan.