The Revised EU F-gas is now law and will be enforceable as of March 11. It introduces many improvements aimed at supporting natural refrigerants.
With a phase out of HFCs understood to be agreed upon, and bans on all f-gases, the new F-gas Regulation will contribute to support deployment of natural refrigerants.
Some members of the Clean Cooling Coalition have joined forces with other like-minded companies asking EU policymakers to support innovation without F-gases.
California SB1206: Request for Comments to Transition California’s Economy to Low-GWP or No-GWP Refrigerants
Stakeholders feedback is welcomed in the development of the assessment report required by the bill.
On April 5, the five European chemical agencies submitting the PFAS Restriction Intention (Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway and Sweden) have organised a webinar to explain to… Read More »ECHA Webinar on PFAS F-gases Explains Consultation Process
With the adoption on April 5 of the Council of the EU’s position on the revision of the EU F-gas Regulation, following the European Parliament’s… Read More »Trilogue on the revision of the EU F-gas Regulation: state of play
German OEM Konvekta has joined the Clean Cooling Coalition (CCC) to support ambitious aims in the negotiations over the revision of the EU F-gas Regulation… Read More »CCC New Member: Konvekta Joins the Coalition, Supporting Ambition on NatRef Mobile AC Systems
The proposal seeks to restrict the manufacture, placement on the market and use of f-gases that are PFAS
Members of the Clean Cooling Coalition joined two expert hearings organised by the Greens/EFA and ATMOsphere in the European Parliament in Brussels about the revision of the EU F-gas Regulation.
ECOOLTEC Grosskopf GmbH has joined the Clean Cooling Coalition (CCC) to support ambition in the phase out of fluorinated greenhouse gases and additional asks in… Read More »CCC New Member: ECOOLTEC Reinforces Asks for Action on Transport Refrigeration