The first-ever ATMOsphere China conference are helding today, corresponding with exhibition China Refrigeration.
ATMOsphere China is the platform to discuss about opportunities for natural refrigerants in China bringing both global and local end users to share their experiences and best practices with natural refrigerants.
Session name: Policy Session
Presentations by government representatives and industry experts on the latest regulatory issues and standards for natural refrigerants at both Chinese and international dimensions
- Zhong Zhifeng, Vice Chief of Division III, Ministry of Environmental Protection Foreign Economic Cooperation Office
- Ole Nielsen, Chief of the Montreal Protocol Unit, UNIDO
- Avipsa Mahapatra, Climate Campaign Lead, Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA)
Session name: End User Panel
Leading end users will share their experiences using different types of natural refrigerant technologies, including benefits, challenges and future plans
- Alan Lin, Head of Facility Management, METRO JinJiang Cash & Carry
- Yinxue Wang, Asia One Project Director, JD.COM (JingDong Group)
- Xiaohua Guo, Executive Vice President, Shandong Meijia Group
- Daiqian Zhang, Project Engineering Manager, Nestle Health Science
- Lizhong Guo, Equipment Procurement Manager, SPAR Beijing Huaguan
Session name: Technology Case Studies
Leading domestic and international technology suppliers will showcase cutting-edge technology case studies in commercial and industrial refrigeration, and heat pump sectors.
- Giacomo Pisano, Dorin, Transcritical C02 in Chinese industrial applications
- Andre Paz Rosa, embraco, Variable speed R290 compressors in Chinese light commercial refrigeration
- Steve Chen, Castel, Research and development of heat pump systems using C02
- Vicente Guilabert, Huayi Compressor Barcelona, New compressor series for light commercial refrigeration lowering energy consumption
- John Austin-Davies, EPTA, Warm climate efficiency improvements for transcritical C02 systems
- Livio Calabrese, Frascold, Comparison and analysis of two C02 transcritical booster systems