The World Summit 2022 conference will take place online for 24 hours on March 30-31, featuring natural refrigerant webinars that will address the future of cooling and heating worldwide.
Brussels, February 4. ATMOsphere (formerly shecco) has announced the ATMO World Summit, a new online natural refrigerant conference that will discuss the future of cooling and heating worldwide.
The World Summit will be a 24-hour event, starting at 10am Central European time on March 30 and continuing in the Americas and Asia Pacific timezones. The event will include webinars and presentations covering natural refrigerants like CO2 (R744), hydrocarbons, ammonia/NH3 (R717), water and air.
The webinar program will include presentations from long-time natural refrigerant leaders like Alfa Laval, Danfoss, Dorin, Energy Recovery, GEA, Johnson Controls, TEKO, and Temprite. Topics will range from technology to market trends and policy. Details on the program and speakers can be found here.
There is still time for manufacturers to join and present their latest innovations and expertise to the global cooling and heating industry. Learn more here.
The natural refrigerant conference is free to attend. For more information on how to register, click here. It will be attended by a range of stakeholders such as end users, contractors, manufacturers, policy makers and members of academia.
The event will take place on the platform Zoom Events. Registration requires logging into a Zoom account or creating a Zoom account. To access the event, download the Zoom app on you mobile phone, tablet or PC.
“COVID-19 has changed the market for natural refrigerants,” said Marc Chasserot, CEO of ATMOsphere. “The World Summit aims to answer the question, ‘What is the new future?’”.
The World Summit is built on the success of the 2021 Virtual Trade Show (VTS), with an updated format including even more webinars from a variety of natural refrigerant industry leaders sharing their experiences.
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