R744.com: ATMO America: Refrigerant Carbon Credits Plan Aims at Cutting Cost of NatRef Transition

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Commercial refrigeration owners can make money by transitioning to natural-refrigerant-based systems, according to John Tinsley, Vice President and Co-Founder of Therm, a U.S.-based company specializing in the creation and trading of refrigerant carbon credits.

Similar to utility rebates, refrigerant carbon credits can reward owners of refrigeration and cooling systems – such as supermarkets and cold storage facilities – for replacing climate-damaging refrigerants like HFCs with natural refrigerants like CO(R744).

The concept was presented by Tinsley the ATMOsphere (ATMO) America Summit 2022 on natural refrigerants. The conference, which took place June 7–8 in Alexandria, Virginia, was organized by ATMOsphere, publisher of R744.com.

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