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*Last updated: 19 Sep 2019
Wednesday 25 September 2019
Registration & Welcome Breakfast
Participants are invited to the registration table to pick up their name badge upon arrival. Light breakfast will be served in the exhibition area.
Welcome & Introduction

Welcome and introduction by Jan Dusek, shecco.

see presentation

Policy & Regulation Session
Key representatives will discuss the latest policy and regulations regarding the use of natural refrigerants-based technologies in Southeast Asia.

Dr. Kittisak Prukkanone, Director of Measure and Mechanism Development Section, Climate Change Management and Coordination Division (CCMC), Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP) - see presentation

Vivat Khositsakul, Financial advisor to the EGAT / RAC NAMA Fund - see presentation

Manisha V. Sanghani, Montreal Protocol Unit/Chemicals - United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) - see presentation

Alvin Jose, The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) - see presentation

Philipp Pischke, GIZ, Training the trainers on natural refrigerants in Thailand - see presentation
Networking Break
Networking and coffee break in the sponsor exhibition area. 
NatRef Solutions for Asia
Local and international industry leaders will share strategic and visionary presentations sharing their latest success stories, lessons learned, challenges and next steps regarding natural refrigerant-based technologies in Southeast Asia. 

This session will focus on the specific market demands and issues of the region, and available solutions.

Jan Dusek, sheccoBase, Latest NatRefs projects in SEA & overview of the global market and technology trends - see presentation

Kosuke Yamamoto, Mayekawa - see presentation

Andreas Meier, TEKO - see presentation

Anand Joshi, Association of Ammonia Refrigeration,
Overview of India’s cold storage sector & recent case study with NH3 - see presentation
Networking Lunch
Networking and lunch in the sponsor exhibition area.
Innovative Refrigeration Solutions
Local and international vendors will present commerical, light-commercial and industrial refrigeration technology case studies.  

This session will provide a unique opportunity for participants to listen first-hand to end users' perspectives and their experiences using natural refrigerants, and learn about the technical aspects of these installations from the vendors themselves.

Willy Salazar, Frabelle Cold Storage Corporation - see presentation

Roy Tañedo, Royal Duty Free Shops - see presentation & Emilio Gonzalez La’O, Cold Front Technologies Asia - see presentation, First R290 waterloop supermarket in Philippines

Herlon Eckermann da Silva
, Embraco, Natural Refrigerants for SEA - case studies from retail and food service - see presentation

Alex Panas, Sanden Intercool Commercial Refrigeration,
Green commercial refrigeration in Asia - see presentation

Phurinat Sirirat (Steve), The Cool - see presentation
Networking Break
Networking and coffee break in the sponsor exhibition area. 
Heat Pumps & HVAC Panel
Local and international organisations will present technology case studies with heat pumps and HVAC systems.

This session will serve as a platform for industry leaders to explore two of the most relevant topics, given the exponentially growing demand of HVAC solutions in the region and the significant energy savings achieved with heat pump solutions, especially relevant to the thriving hotel industry of Southeast Asia.

Martin Millow, Mayekawa Australia, Case studies on benefits of NH3 heat pumps in various applications - see presentation

Klaas Visser, KAV Consulting, 
Potential of R744 in HVAC sector in SEA - see presentation

Thunyawat Chittiphalungsri, Saijo Denki (International), Development of R290 air2water heat pump and R290 chiller in Thailand - see presentation
Summary of the conference with key takeaways by Jan Dusek, shecco. - see presentation
Networking Reception
Networking reception in the sponsor room (Nile 4).  
Networking Dinner Reception
Networking dinner reception in the plenary room (Amber 1-3).  
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