Video - Webinar 2020


Refrigerants Review is an immersive discussion on refrigerants that engages policy makers, regulators, scientists, technology solutions providers, service providers and end-users. To date, this unique conference platform has brought together international stakeholders on three occasions to discuss broad issues, including the assessment of refrigerants, keeping in mind such factors as health & safety, energy efficiency, Global Warming Potential (GWP), Ozone-Depleting Potential (ODP) and Lifecycle Climate Performance (LCCP).

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Given the virtual nature of the conference, the audience profile is an international gathering of over 300 interested and influential stakeholders – including government agencies, UN implementation bodies, building owners & end-users (multiple sectors), consultants, contractors, manufacturers and suppliers.

CPI Industry is inviting its vast readership base to join the event online and listen to experts from around the globe weighing in on pressing issues relating to refrigerants, with the aim of safeguarding the environment but not at the cost of compromising health and safety.

Going by the overwhelmingly strong attendance of past CPI Industry webinars, and given the fact that stakeholders are not restricted by travel concerns, the anticipation of a strong participation and a strong attendance has a strong foundation base.

Sectors in Focus

- Aviation
- Education
- Government
- Healthcare
- Hospitality
- Malls
- Utilities
- FMCG (supermarkets, hypermarkets)

Previous Speaker Quotes


Montreal Protocol is one of the successfully implemented international protocols to save the planet earth. To address the issues of HFCs and other refrigerant management issues particularly in GCC collective wisdom of all stakeholders is required. Refrigerant Review meet will be an ideal platform to discuss various refrigerant issues GCC is facing

- Muthukumar Ramaswamy, Technical Expert - Royal Estates, Royal Court Affairs, Sultanate of Oman

How Project Management Consultants can influence Owners, Clients and Contractors on current infrastructure retrofitting options, trends and emerging Technologies

- Timothy McLaren, Senior Commercial Contracts Engineer, Ramboll

Hot climate countries have particular challenges regarding the phase down of HFCs and energy efficiency of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. This conference will help stakeholders to choose the best solutions


Climate change and planet protection are the greatest concerns of the current civilization and I would like the event to stimulate healthy discussions amongst the delegates

- P Jagannathan, Manager-Sustainability, Trakhees

Integrating Energy Efficiency in cooling along with the mandates of the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol of the global process on migrating to low-GWP, low-ODP and non-flammable refrigerants

- Mazen Hussein, Head - National Ozone Unit, Ministry of Environment, Lebanon