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Natural refrigerant installations have been increasing around the world and this trend is set to continue as the global market shifts to more climate friendly cooling solutions.

At the same time, the market itself is also changing, driven by various factors such as the COVID-19 pandemic, changing consumer patterns and new technological advancements.

This session at ARBS will look at the latest natural refrigerant trends and technologies.

The presentation will focus on ammonia, CO2, and hydrocarbons, with figures on the latest installation numbers; and how these trends are driving (or in some cases, impeding) the adoption of natural refrigerants in key regions. What are the key drivers and barriers for the adoption of natural refrigerants and how is the market evolving?

This session will be presented by ATMOsphere co-founder, Jan Dusek.

He holds a Doctor of Engineering degree in System Design from Hosei University in Tokyo and a Master’s degree from the Czech Technical University in Prague.

Dusek has worked all over the world and is currently based in Tokyo where he is responsible for business development activities and monitoring Asian markets on behalf of ATMOsphere APAC.

Cold hard facts

Expert Group principal consultant, Graeme Dewerson, will return to ARBS again this year to present the Cold Hard Facts about Australia’s cooling economy.

Cold Hard Facts 2021 is a publication produced by the Expert Group on behalf of the federal government providing an analysis of the Australian ‘cooling economy’ as it transitions toward  lower GWP refrigerants and technology in line with the HFC phase down.

This presentation will provide an overview of the latest report findings including industry trends, and the emergence of new technology in the main equipment classes.

Dewerson has worked within the RAC sector for 20 years, initially in the UK before moving to Australia in 2012.

He worked for A-Gas in commercial management and business development roles developing a strong technical knowledge of refrigerants and their applications.

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