Defining Clean Cooling
The concept of “clean cooling” was originally defined by Professor Toby Peters and together with ATMOsphere, they set to work in 2020 to develop a holistic set of standards by which to measure the impact of cooling systems. Since then, this concept of a “gold standard for sustainable cooling” has gained great traction and has been used far and wide.
In short, Clean Cooling is the benchmark at the intersection of the Paris Climate Agreement, the Kigali Amendment, the Montreal Protocol and the sustainable development goals. It is environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable cooling that helps the global community adapt to and thrive in – but also mitigate the impacts and risks of – a warming world.
ATMOsphere believes that the fastest way to achieve clean cooling is through natural refrigerants.
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