Future trends and challenges in Cooling

Wednesday 27th November 2019
13:45  -  14:30

Theatre :  Sustainability and Climate Change  T2D1 Presentations 

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Cooling is central to health, prosperity and recreation, however most cooling is currently energy intensive and uses highly polluting F-gases. As the population continues to boom, the planet warms and incomes rise, the demand for cooling is ever-increasing.

In this session, we’ll hear from leading experts on the growing challenge and the solutions both globally and here in the UK.

 

Dan Hamza-GoodacreDan Hamza-Goodacre, FIEMA Executive Director, K-CEP
ClimateWorks Foundation
Professor toby petersProf Toby Peters Professor in Cold Economy
University of Birmingham

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