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Workshop on HFC Management: Session 1 - Technical aspects (Facilitator: Mr. Peter Adler/Rapporteur: Ms. Annie Gabriel (Australia))

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 Session 1 - Technical aspects: Workshop on HFC Management


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Facilitator: Mr. Peter Adler
Rapporteur: Ms. Annie Gabriel (Australia)

Speakers

1. Mr. Miguel Quintero (Independent)Alternatives to HFCs for the production of foam
2. Mr. Daniel Colbourne (Independent)Alternatives to HFCs for refrigeration and air conditioning,
including in high ambient temperatures
3. Mr. Roberto Peixoto (Maua Institute of Technology)Economic and commercial availability of alternatives to HFCs,
the future demands and prospects, and other key near-term and
medium‑term issues faced by parties operating under
paragraph 1 of Article 5 (Article 5 parties)
4. Mr. Stephen Yurek (ICARMA)Industry situations and perspectives on alternatives development and phase-in
5. Mr. Mike Thompson (TRANE Commercial Systems)Industry Progress and Roadblocks Toward Replacing High GWP HFCs

Resource panellists

1. Mr. Jianxin Hu (China)
2. Mr. Jacques Van Engel (UNDP)
3. Mr. Viraj Vithoontien (World Bank)
4. Mr. Yaqoub Almatouq (Kuwait)
5. Mr. Ole Nielsen (UNIDO)
6. Mr. Sukumar Devotta (Independent)

 Guidance

This part of the web site allows participants to submit comments and questions from the floor through their laptops or other electronic devices for consideration during each session of the workshop. This is useful for enabling the participants to raise comments and questions conveniently, and discreetly, if that is their wish.

In each session, questions and comments will be taken up in 3 rounds as follows:

Round #1What are the remaining issues to be resolved and what are the key barriers and gaps that stand in the way?
Round #2What specifically do we agree and disagree on?
Round #3What options should be tabled for bridging to resolution?

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