With the signing of the historic Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol, around 200 countries have decided to phase out the use of HFCs (hydrofluorocarbons), over the next 30 years. India also agreed to cut the production and use of HFCs starting 2028 and will reduce 75% of its cumulative HFC emissions between 2015 and 2050, under the new agreement.
An embracing narrative for this partnership is “Technology and policy innovation to support the implementation of the NDCs: India/EU experience”.
It is with this background, that on behalf of Delegation of European Union in India, Adelphi and CII-ITC Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Development are organizing the India-EU Green Cooling Conference 2017 to promote climate-friendly refrigeration and air-conditioning in India.
H.E. Mr. Tomasz Kozlowski
Delegation of European Union to India & Bhutan
Ms. Pamposh Bhat
EU-India Clean Energy & Climate Partnership
The overall objective of this event is to discuss sustainable solutions for the rapidly growing air-conditioning and cold-chain sector in India and to facilitate linkages between Indian and EU stakeholders within the context of UNFCCC and the Montreal Protocol.
facilitate linkages between Indian and EU stakeholders within the context of UNFCCC and the Montreal Protocol.
CII-ITC center of excellence for sustainable development