What’s New with Regs: Kigali Amendment: Phase down, not out
In this episode, we are joined by Emerson’s Dr. Rajan Rajendran who is the V.P. of Systems Innovation Center and Sustainability. Today we answer the question, “Why are HFC’s not a good permanent solution?” We also discuss the greenhouse effects and how ozone-depleting gasses such as HFC’s are related to this. In addition, we explore the proliferation of refrigeration around the globe and the Kigali phase down and how it works.
Host: Lindsay Headings, Digital Marketing and Content Manager, Emerson
Co-Host: Jennifer Butsch, Director of Regulatory Affairs, Emerson
Guest: Dr. Rajan Rajendran, Vice President of Systems Innovation Center and Sustainability, Emerson
- 0:10 – Welcome
- 1:33 – Answer to “Why are HFC’s not a good permanent solution?”
- 5:34 – Montreal Protocol
- 7:02 – Economist article
- 8:08 – Increasing emissions
- 9:38 – Velder’s model
- 11:28 – RTOC report
- 11:58 – Kigali Amendment
- 12:00 – E360 Regulations Webinar
- 15:50 – Why phase down and not out?
- 18:51 – New question of the week
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Previous Episode: Refrigerants – Where are we now?
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