related to ATMOsphere Asia 2016
published on 10 February 2016
Tetsuji Okada, president of the Japanese Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Industry Association, identified three pillars on which his association focuses: equipment energy savings, direct emission control of refrigerants, and acceleration of the shift to new alternative refrigerants.
Mr. Okada is the President of the Japanese Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Industry Association (JRAIA). JRAIA represents all of the major manufacturers of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment in Japan. Prior to being the President of the JRAIA, Mr. Okada worked on the technical design of air conditioning equipment at Mitsubishi, where he had a distinguished career, including responsibility for Mitsubishi in Europe.