GERMANY: The natural path to net-zero emissions will be the theme of this year’s symposium by “natural” refrigerants group Eurammon.
Due to the continuing coronavirus restrictions, the Eurammon Symposium 2021 will again take place online, this year from 14 to 18 June.
The core issue to be addressed by this year’s symposium is how efficient, climate-friendly cooling can support the energy sector’s transition to net-zero emissions.
The symposium will also address important issues such as how to reduce energy with efficient refrigeration/air-conditioning technology, training in the field of natural refrigerants and RACHP, cooling and heating for food and beverage production, as well as topics on all facets of district cooling/heating – in some cases using specific case studies.
“Top-class speakers have already agreed to come. For example, Jelle Wagemans from Evapco Europe BVBA will deal with the topic of ice storage in food production and office buildings and present specific solutions, while Tine Frederiksen of Danfoss A/S will be presenting ‘Energy, data monitoring and control in supermarkets’,” said Rob Lamb, chair of Eurammon’s steering committee and sales and marketing director at Star Refrigeration. “These two and other exciting experts will be joining us in taking a look at the challenges ahead and the solutions that already exist.”
Last year’s event attracted around 500 participants over the course of six days.