Workshop on "Energy Efficiency in Building Sector and HCFC Phaseout"

09 Nov 2017 09 Nov 2017
Mr Anant Joshi
Hotel The Royal Plaza, 19, Ashoka Road, Janpath, Connaught Place, New Delhi, 110001

The building sector offers substantial potential to protect the ozone layer and the environment, but strategies need to be coordinated to achieve both simultaneously. India has a unique opportunity to leap frog the use of high GWP refrigerants (HFCs) as an alternatives for HCFC and plan ahead the phasedown of HFCs in accordance to the schedule of recent Kigali amendment.

In this regard, TERI is organizing a half day workshop on 'HCFC phase out in Building Sector' on behalf of Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) on November 9, 2017 at Hotel The Royal Plaza, New Delhi. The workshop is open for representation from construction industry, building developers, building owners, manufacturers, industry associates, consulting agencies, policy makers & relevant local administrators, academia and research institutes.

The main objectives of the workshop include introduction of India's HCFC phase-out management plan for building sector, deliberation on HCFC phase-out in building sector to get the perspective of different stakeholders on regulatory framework required for implementation of HCFC phase-out in building sector.

PS: Please note that there is no registration or entry fee for the workshop.

Contact Details

Mr Anant Joshi
Associate Fellow
Sustainable Habitat Division
Email: anant.joshi@teri.res.in

Tags
Ozone depletion
Climate change
HCFC
Energy efficiency
Building energy

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