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25.06.2014

NEW LINK ADDED – July 2014

Applications of Fluorocarbons - RefrigerationComposition of Refrigerant Blends (US EPA accepted)...

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02.06.2014

F-GAS LEGISLATION ENTERS INTO FORCE

The revised F-gas Regulation 517 (2014), repealing the former Regulation 842 (2006) was published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 20 May 2014...

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01.06.2014

HFC REPORTED EMISSIONS GROWTH FOR ANNEX 1 COUNTRIES MUCH SLOWER SINCE 2000 – RAPID EMISSIONS GROWTH IN CHINA

A recent scientific paper shows that, while HFC emissions calculated from atmospheric measurements have grown significantly from 1995 to 2012 (up to 700 Gigat...

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31.05.2014

DEVELOPMENT OF AN INNOVATIVE HFC BASED ORC TURBINE ADDRESSING THE MARKET FOR SMALL TO MEDIUM SIZE WASTE HEAT ENERGY RECOVERY

A French startup has developed an innovative very compact micro-turbine, based on an ORC (Organic Rankine Cycle), able to recover energy from smaller sources...

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30.05.2014

NEW HFOs PROPOSED TO COVER HCFC AND HFC ALTERNATE SOLUTIONS

Complementing established HFOs, new HFO molecules and blends have been developed for specific applications....

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29.05.2014

NEW ON FLUOROCARBONS.ORG – JUNE 2014

Update of the Page Review of the Regulation Factsheet “Massive growth in HFCs is not considered likely in the IPCC Scenarios” Factsheet “Global Temperature...

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23.05.2014

The revised F-Gas Regulation has been published in the Official Journal of the European Union

The revised F-Gas Regulation No 517/2014 has been published on May 20 in the Official Journal of the European Union. The text enters into force on June 9 an...

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15.05.2014

European HFC Producers support action under the Montreal Protocol for a consumption cap and reduction of HFCs

The European Fluorocarbons Technical Committee (EFCTC)  encourages Parties to the Montreal Protocol to move forward with a constructive dialogue to achieve an...

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05.05.2014

SCIENTIC STUDY OF STRATOSPHERIC AIR CIRCULATION SUGGESTS AN EARLIER OZONE LAYER RECOVERY

CFCs are generally very stable in the troposphere and degrade to release ozone destroying chlorine only in the stratosphere. Such Ozone Depleting Substance ar...

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