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HIGHLIGHTS FROM CCN L!VE 2019
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Celebrating success and reduced emissions
Moving to next generation refrigerants
Smugglers hijack F-gas regulations
CCN L!VE 2019 will address the latest challenges and trends impacting the HVACR industry here and overseas. It is an opportunity to brief installers, contractors and business owners involved in HVACR on the latest issues facing industry today and tomorrow. This year's event will tackle the HFC phasedown and the many challenges associated with new refrigerants and their application.
This year's CCN L!VE will be officially opened by Michael Bennett, Executive at Refrigerant Reclaim Australia.
Robert Kebby joined Honeywell in 2012. He is responsible for global business/marketing of low GWP commercial refrigeration refrigerants including HFO and HFO blends.
Prior to Honeywell, Robert spent 8 years at Emerson Climate Technologies.
Honeywell International is a Fortune 100 company headquartered in the United States. The company has a global workforce of approximately 130,000, with 58,000 based in the US.
In Australia and New Zealand, Honeywell has been delivering solutions to business, industry and consumers since 1962. The company has 1,500 employees in 28 offices.
The company's most high-profile products include Solstice yf which is used in motor vehicle air conditioners. It has a 99.9 per cent lower Global Warming Potential (GWP) than the refrigerant it replaces.
Supermarket chains worldwide have opted to use Solstice N40 refrigerant to increase energy efficiency and minimize environment impact. It offers a GWP that is 60 per cent less than the refrigerant it is designed to replace. It is the most widely accepted, lowest GWP, non-flammable replacement for R-404A in stores worldwide, with more than 20,000 supermarkets adopting the refrigerant.
The single biggest issue facing the HVACR industry today is the global phasedown of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs). Even a decade from now, its significance will be just as great which is why this year CCN Live features international guest speaker, Nick Campbell.
With more than 30 years experience working primarily on ozone protection and climate change, Campbell is based at Arkema in Paris where he is the environment manager for the fluorinated products division. He is chair of the European Fluorocarbon Technical Committee (EFCTC) and former chair of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Working Party on Climate Change.
He has attended UN climate change meetings since 1991 and has been present at every Meeting of the Parties and worked on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports. He was recently appointed Review Editor for Chapter 11 (Industry) of the Working Group III IPCC 6th Assessment Report.
Campbell will provide CCN Live participants with the latest information regarding refrigerants, low GWP alternatives and the biggest challenges moving forward. The aim is to provide a Refrigerant Roadmap to the year 2030 and beyond.
Find out the latest information regarding refrigerants from our panel of experts, as well as the alternatives that will be available moving forward.
For the first time ever the CCN speaker program will feature international guests!