The conference, which happens in Edinburgh and is hosted by the Institute of Refrigeration, now boasts over 150 accepted papers from 30 countries. Furthermore, the organisers announced that J&E Hall has agreed to be a platinum sponsor of the event.
“Natural refrigerants have been used for more than 130 years, but today their relevance is more important than ever. With a need for refrigerants which have low GWP the application of natural refrigerants offers the potential to improve the environmental performance of refrigeration systems.”
“The Gustav Lorentzen Natural Refrigerants Conferences is the most important international forum for the discussion and exchange of ideas in recognition that natural working fluids are not just an option, but an integral part of our future, and that of generations to come.”
The 2016 conference agenda focuses on sustainability, and the challenges and opportunities which more efficient and environmentally friendly solutions, requirements and practices are now available in the Natural Working Fluids market.
Find out more and book places at the conference here between 21 and 24 August 2016: www.gl2016.com