New year, new formats! Inspired by the current virtual way of living and working, we are starting into spring with new digital events.
Two examples: In April, our SPODS Technology Roadshow kicks off with a video tour of Latin American, Caribbean and European sustainable refrigeration companies, followed by live discussions. The SPODS project is co-financed by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the European Union (EU). At the end of May, together with the German Environment Agency and the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU), we are jointly hosting the three-day virtual Green Cooling Summit on managing the HFC phase-down with natural refrigerants.
Certainly, not everything can be replaced digitally. Especially in the training of refrigeration technicians, the practical parts are very important. But even in this area, we can now conduct smaller training courses again, in accordance with special hygiene measures.
I hope that we all emerge stronger from this crisis. In this spirit, I wish you a bright, warm and beautiful springtime.
You would like to take your product to a new market, pilot an innovative Green Cooling technology or train suppliers to improve the quality of your products and services? Apply until June 30! Read more...
The virtual tradeshow on natural refrigerants takes place from March 31-31, 2021. GIZ Proklima will showcase their activities with a virtual exhibition booth. Read more...
Cool Talks: New interview series launched
In the Cool Talks interview series, our network members share their vision of Green Cooling. The Green Cooling Network is an alliance of key players in the refrigeration, air-conditioning & foam sector. You are also interested in giving an interview? Contact us!
Webinar series on low-emission refrigeration and air conditioning in Central and South America, organised by the German Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Association (DKV) in cooperation with the GIZ project ‘Strategic Environmental Dialogues’. The event series will be carried out in close coordination with GIZ Proklima and other local partners.
Virtual Technology Roadshow: In an interactive webinar and video series between 27 April and 18 May, experts from Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe will report on their experience of various applications based on ammonia, propane, CO2 and isobutane. The roadshow is organised by the GIZ SPODS project, co-financed by BMZ and the EU.
Green Cooling Summit: The virtual three-day summit addresses political and technical approaches for the implementation of the HFC phase-down under the Kigali Amendment. It is jointly organised by the Federal Environment Agency (UBA) and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU).