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Two new Bronze Sponsors support Atmosphere 2009News | 21 July 2009Obrist Engineering and The Linde Group have joined Atmosphere 2009 in its effort to present viable solutions for natural refrigerants worldwide. While Obrist offers engineering expertise for stationary and mobile CO2 heating and cooling systems, Linde is a world-leading supplier of high-quality R744, ammonia, and hydrocarbon refrigerants. more
Register for Atmosphere 2009 now!News | 22 June 2009With close to 30 speakers ligned up to summarise the state of play regarding CO2, ammonia, and hydrocarbons, Atmosphere 2009 will raise public awareness for natural refrigerants just before Post-Kyoto discussions in December. Among the organisations confirmed as speakers: UNEP, the European Commission, Greenpeace, EIA, The Coca-Cola Company, Danfoss, itomic, Mayekawa and more. Early bird registration will run until 24 July. more
NARECO2 partners meet in Trondheim, discuss Atmosphere 2009News | 14 June 2009On 9 June, project partners from all over Europe met in Trondheim to discuss progress and next steps regarding the first EU e-learning module and manual for CO2 in heating & cooling applications. shecco presented Atmosphere 2009 as the final meeting point of all NARECO2 partners. more
Atmosphere 2009 - Faster to MarketNews | 19 May 2009Today, shecco announces a new events management service with the aim of bringing clean technologies "faster to market". The international conference Atmosphere 2009 will offer an exchange platform for policy makers, the investment community and industry experts to explore the wider use of natural refrigerants. more
Atmosphere 2009 - Natural Refrigerants Faster to MarketNews | 19 May 2009The first international conference on natural refrigerants to be held in the EU capital Brussels will explore technology, policy, and funding opportunities for CO2, ammonia and hydrocarbons. Among the highlights on 19-20 October: the first comprehensive practical CO2 manual in the EU, and a call for action to put natural refrigerants on global policy agendas in Copenhagen discussions. more
Dedicated workshop on ammonia at Atmosphere 2009News | 19 May 2009The international conference, bringing together the industry and legislators on 19-20 October in Brussels, will outline technological, economic, and political challenges ammonia and other natural refrigerants are still facing. A call for action signed by the industry and environmental groups will raise their profile right in time for the Post-Kyoto Protocol discussions in December. more
Atmosphere 2009: Bringing hydrocarbons faster to marketNews | 19 May 2009On 19-20 October, the international conference on natural refrigerants will bring together policy makers and the industry in Brussels to discuss technology options, policy frameworks, and market potential. Opportunities for hydrocarbons will be explored in dedicated workshop sessions. more