Cooling with natural refrigerants – 30th November 2022 (in German)
“Climate-friendly cooling and air conditioning – is it possible and does it pay off?”
This question is increasingly coming to the fore in the operation of cooling and heating systems.
In food retail, cooling and air conditioning offer great potential for saving greenhouse gas emissions.
Learn more about experiences made by a German food retail chain and possible funding opportunities.
Climate-friendly cooling and air conditioning with natural refrigerants – 26th April 2022 (in German)
This joint initiative of the German Federal Environment Agency, Coolskills, the EU-funded RefNat4LIFE project, and the climate protection campaign of the German Trade Association HDE aims to increase the demand for energy-efficient, climate-friendly cooling and air-conditioning systems. By networking the various players and offering a wide range of information, system operators are to be actively supported in their decision to use natural refrigerants.
Making Small Cooling Systems Sustainable with Natural Refrigerants – 6th April 2022 (in Dutch)
The webinar was designed by project partners STEK and KNVvK to inform and examine servicing companies and end-users of small cooling systems in detail regarding the transition to natural refrigerants. Cooling, freezing and combinations with heat recovery or heat pumps for application in shops (retail), catering and small storage & industry were covered, as were the topics of plug-in equipment and central (integrated) systems with natural refrigerants. In addition to information on the free tools and supporting documents available to you free of charge from the RefNat4Life project, Foster & Gamko and Koning Koudetechniek presented example projects.
Sustainable cooling- 21.04.2022 (in Spanish/Portuguese)
On 21.04.2022 Spanish and Portuguese speaking food retailers and RACHP servicing companies were invited to join a webinar on environmentally friendly refrigeration equipment. The webinar was organised by RefNat4LIFE project partners Sociedad Española de Agricultura Ecológica/Agroecología (SEAE) and Associação Portuguesa de Agricultura Biológica (AgroBio), in cooperation with national RACHP servicing companies, authorities, retailer’s associations and IFOAM Organics Europe.