Find here all recordings and presentations from the 2nd day of the Green Cooling Summit: Technologies for stationary refrigeration and innovative business models to advance Green Cooling along the cold chain.
The Green Cooling Summit is jointly organised by the German Environment Agency (UBA) and GIZ Proklima on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety and Consumer Protection (BMUV) and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). The virtual conference addresses how the transition to natural refrigerants and energy efficiency along the cold chain can be completed globally from the perspective of policy, technology, planning and operation.
Two days of interesting sessions with different experts, lively discussions and insightful inputs on Green Cooling along the cold chain!
Julika Schmitz and her sparring partner Dr. Daniel de Graaf opened Day 2.
This was followed by Session 3 with the experts Iwan Chandra (PT Selaras Mandiri Tehnik, AIREF), Andrea Silva (Advansor) and Wang Guangsheng (Haier Biomedical).
In the third session of the Green Cooling Summit 2023, international representatives from the private sector presented technolgies for stationary refrigeration systems using natural refrigerants.
Iwan Chandra (PT Selaras Mandiri Tehnik, AIREF) started by explaining how his company in Indonesia produces block ice using solar power and the natural refrigerant propane (R290). Andrea Silva (Advansor) continued with a presentation of a margarine factory in Egypt that uses the natural refrigerant CO2. Before the Q&A session, Wang Guangsheng (Haier Biomedical) shed light on the important role of Green Cooling in the health and cold chain.
01:39 - 15:32: Input by Iwan Chandra (PT Selaras Mandiri Tehnik, AIREF)
15:33 - 27:02: Input by Andrea Silva (Advansor)
27:03 - 41:53: Input by Wang Guangsheng (Haier Biomedical)
41:54 - End: Q&A
The fourth sessionof the Green Cooling Summit 2023 focused on Green Cooling technologies for transport refrigeration. Dr. Jürgen Süß from ECOOLTEC introduced this topic by illustrating how Green Cooling within transport refrigeration can look like. Dr. Filip Kitanoski presented how PBX depollutes transport refrigeration by using the natural refrigerants propane in a low-charge system architecture. Jan Zeller closed the session by showing how Refolution Industriekälte GmbH uses Green Cooling technologies for ultra-low temperature (below minus 40°C) transport refrigeration.
09:29 - 23:00: Input by Dr. Jürgen Süß (ECOOLTEC)
23:37 - 39:35: Input by Dr. Filip Kitanoski (PBX)
39:52 - 55:20: Input by Jan Zeller (Refolution Industriekälte GmbH)
55:22 - End: Q&A
The Green Cooling Summit 2023 concluded with a roundtable of four inspiring speakers. Clare Perry (Environmental Investigation Agency, EIA), Dr. Jürgen Süß (ECOOLTEC), Iwan Chandra (PT Selaras Mandiri Technik, AIREF) and Ole Nielsen (UNIDO) discussed on the following questions: What are lessons learnt? What are some of the issues that we are still facing and how can they be solved moving forward?