Press Releases

16.11.2017

EFCTC joins the Parties to celebrate 30 years of the Montreal Protocol

Thirty years ago governments met in Montreal and reached agreement on the Montreal Protocol, the world’s most successful environmental treaty. At that time, t...

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20.09.2017

Projet de taxe sur les fluides frigorigènes HFC : Les professionnels unanimement opposés à un impôt supplémentaire incohérent

Le gouvernement travaille à un projet de taxe sur les fluides HFC (fluides frigorigènes). Ce nouvel impôt serait inséré dans la loi de finances pour 2018....

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11.07.2017

Dichloromethane emissions and HFC 32 production

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17.10.2016

EPEE STATEMENT: ‘GLOBAL DEAL ON HFCs REPRESENTS LANDMARK MILESTONE IN OUR EFFORT TO TACKLE CLIMATE CHANGE’

The European Partnership for Energy and the Environment (EPEE), representing the heating, cooling, refrigeration and heat pump industry in Europe, applauds the...

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01.02.2016

EFCTC Highlights Importance of Timely F-Gas Verification

Potential large stockpiles of HFCs could jeopardise the EU's ability to reduce HFC greenhouse gas emissions if checks are not carried out as soon as possible....

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26.11.2015

EFCTC welcomes the agreement at the 27th Meeting of the Parties in Dubai to work towards an HFC amendment in 2016

From November 30 to December 11, Governments will meet in Paris at COP-21, a vital meeting in addressing the challenges associated with climate change, as it sh...

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14.04.2015

Global Fluorocarbons Producers Forum launches informational website

The worldwide producers of fluorocarbons, known as the Global Fluorocarbon Producers Forum (GFPF), has launched an informational website to better communicate i...

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05.12.2013

EFCTC urges the Council and Parliament to come to a 1st Reading agreement

EFCTC calls on the European Council and Parliament to come to a first reading agreement and adopt promptly the revision of the European F-Gas Regulation that is...

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08.07.2013

CECED Press Release: F-Gases Regulation Revision. EP ENVI Committee proposal would put EU Single Market at risk

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