F-gases and the Future


Cool-Safe is hosting the Climate Change Commission at a special event for the HVACR industry from 4.30-6.30pm at the Lower Hutt Events Centre on May 21.

Cool-Safe has some significant announcements to make regarding our recovery initiatives that we know will go a long way to helping you recover more refrigerant, and we're excited to share what's on the horizon.  

The Climate Change Commission will cover draft advice for the fourth emissions budget period (2036–2040) and potential revision of emissions budgets one, two, and threediscussion on the inaugural five-yearly review of the emissions reduction target, and how these changes will affect the HVACR sector. It will also be a great opportunity to meet the Climate Change Commission team, including Jo Hendy, Chief Executive, and Barry Anderson, General Manager Sector Analysis, who will be there to answer all your questions. The Climate Change Commission wants your feedback to ensure that the advice they bring to government is realistic and robust. It's an important chance to have your say as the decisions made by government will impact the environment, the economy, Aotearoa New Zealand's global reputation, and all our lives. 

We hope to see as many of you there as possible as we announce the exciting future of key Cool-Safe projects and work the Climate Change Commission has been doing. You won't want to miss it. If you can't make it to the event at the Lower Hutt Events Centre, don't worry, we'll be hosting a live webinar at the same time so you can still participate through Q&A. 


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