The 10th edition of ATMOsphere Europe gathered more than 350 manufacturers, policy makers, end users and contractors, from more than 190 organizations, to learn about the latest technology and market developments involving natural refrigerants.
The conference – hosted by shecco, at the Airport Hotel Okęcie in Warsaw, Poland, on October 16-17, provided a forum for discussing the future of sustainable heating and cooling.
Marc Chasserot, shecco CEO: "Climate change is going mainstream. Impact of Cooling on United Nation's 17 Sustainable Development Goals"
Professor Toby Peters, Birmingham Energy Institute - University of Birmingham: "Mobile air conditioning - a newly identified challenge"
Klara Zolcer Skacanova, shecco: "11 years ago – 140 CO2 TC installation. 1 year ago – 20,000 CO2 TC installation. Today – close to 30,000 CO2 TC installation."
COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION CASE STUDIES & TECHNOMERCIALS
Olaf Schulze, METRO & Andreas Meier, TEKO, Zero energy market Metro St. Pölten with efficient CO2 refrigeration technology
Dmitry Barsukov, OPK & Dmitry Kamadeev, Embraco, CRYSPI uses Embraco's Plug n' Cool in food retail application
Pawel Rachwal, ENRECO, Full transcritical industrial meat processing refrigeration system
Gernot Lasser, EPTA, Monitoring CO2 installations: New frontiers and developments
Matthew Bilverstone, Greenyard Frozen & Mat Collins, Parasense/Bacharach, Industrial food processing with data-driven combined leak detection and online refrigerant management
Morten Stensli, Carrier, Norway's first year-round indoor ski arena with CO2
Giacomo Pisano, Dorin, CO2 transcritical system for a fresh freozen food production facility
Jan Gerritsen, GEA, CO2 and NH3 for mid-sized industrial refrigeration systems
James Graham, J & E Hall International, Single screw compressor technology and its applications