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Below are some links to useful documents demonstrating more examples of climate-friendly cooling and their applications:

HFOs: THE NEW GENERATION OF F-GASES

Greenpeace's 2016 position paper outlining concerns about the future environmental, safety and cost impacts of HFOs  

HFOs: the new generation of F-gases

PUTTING THE FREEZE ON HFCs

EIA's 2014 global digest and 2016 update of available climate-friendly refrigeration and air-conditioning technologies is available to download in English and Mandarin from the links below:

Putting the Freeze on HFCs

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2016 update:Low GWP Solutions for High Ambient conditions

CHILLING FACTS

Since 2009, EIA's annual Chilling Facts report has documented the growing uptake of natural refrigerants among some of the world's leading retailers, reflecting a market shift towards climate-friendly refrigeration in the supermarket sector. The full selection of reports detailing the transformation of this sector are available to download below:

Chilling Facts VII: Are Europe's supermarkets ready to quit HFCs?

Chilling Facts VI: Closing the door on HFCs

Chilling Facts V: Retailers on the cusp of a global cooling revolution

Chilling Facts IV: HFC-free cooling goes mainstream

Chilling Facts III: Supermarkets are reducing the climate change impact of refrigeration

Chilling Facts II: The supermarket refrigeration scandal continues

Chilling Facts: The big supermarket refrigeration scandal

SHECCO GUIDES 

Shecco Guide to Natural Refrigerants in China (2015)

Shecco Guide to Natural Refrigerants Training in Europe (2017)

GREEN COOLING INITIATIVE

Aimed at improving information exchange, the GCI website aims to provide useful information, give access to knowledge and bring together people working on the same goal: Promoting green cooling worldwide.

Green Cooling Initiative

COOL TECHNOLOGIES

Greenpeace International's 2012 report, Cool Technologies, documents the availability of HFC-free cooling technologies in various industry sectors. 

Cool Technologies: Working without HFCs

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HFOs: the new generation of F-gases

PUTTING THE FREEZE ON HFCs

EIA's 2014 global digest and 2016 update of available climate-friendly refrigeration and air-conditioning technologies is available to download in English and Mandarin from the links below: