The 44-page document seeks to explain where the HFC phase-down came from and what it means for the new European marketplace.
The EIA says it is intended to serve as a guide for companies and consumers affected by the EU F-Gas Regulation, underscoring the importance of remaining ahead of the curve. It outlines the main impacts, and details why producers, importers, exporters, operators, manufacturers, contractors and national authorities should take early proactive measures to ensure swift implementation.
In addition to English, the Guide is also available in German, Spanish and Chinese.
EU F-Gas Regulation Handbook: Keeping Ahead of the Curve as Europe Phases Down HFCs is available to read and download here.