Air-Conditioning

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There is an immediate need for environmentally sustainable air-conditioning technology, with the cooling sector accounting for 56% of the HFC and HCFC market in 2012.  Demand from economic growth in developing countries and  increased temperatures brought about by climate change means that the growth potential for HFC-free cooling is huge.

There are many examples of air-conditioning systems that use HCFC or HFC refrigerants being replaced by systems using natural refrigerants that reduce or eliminate global warming risks, such as ammonia, carbon dioxide and hydrocarbons. In some cases, facilities are opting for alternative technologies that do not use compression-cycle air-conditioning, such as desiccant and district cooling.

 

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