June 12-13

ATMOsphere America Summit 2023

Washington D.C.

ATMOsphere America, Washington D.C., conference on natural refrigerants, HVACR industry, networking event

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About the Event

The 12th edition of ATMO America is coming back to Washington D.C. in 2023! It will gather key industry experts, policy makers, end users and contractors to learn about the very latest developments in natural refrigerants-based solutions.

Venue

The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection
1127 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036, United States

Conference Content

  • Keynote presentations
  • Global and regional policy, regulations and standards (including the ‘Technology Transitions’ proposed ruling, part of the AIM Act)
  • End user experiences with technology
  • Market trends & technology trends
  • Latest innovative technology presentations
  • Panel discussions

Main highlights:

  • Branding visibility for Sponsors at the event
  • Attendees expected from all over America and beyond!
  • Meet & connect, interact with leading industrial and commercial end users, suppliers, regulators, associations…
  • Networking drinks reception in the evening of Day 1

 

If you’re looking to gain insight into the future of natural refrigerant-based technologies, this event is for you

Who is this event for?

End users, policy makers, manufacturers, researchers, academia, consultants, NGOs, associations, media, and other relevant key industry experts & thought leaders.

What you can expect to learn

  • Discover energy-efficient, sustainable, economical, and future-proof solutions
  • Learn about market trends and the latest and most innovative technologies
  • Find out how end users are benefitting from natural refrigerant systems
  • Understand the relevant laws, regulations standards from key policy and government experts
  • Hear from top industry CEOs
  • Learn about the health and environmental impact of f-gas refrigerants
Program

8:15AM ET

REGISTRATION & WELCOME COFFEE

Participants are invited to the registration table to pick up their name badge upon arrival.

9:00AM

INTRODUCTION & SPEED NETWORKING

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9:20AM

KEYNOTE

The keynote presentation will address what makes refrigeration one of the most important and relevant topics in the world, and how sustainable refrigeration is crucial to combatting climate change.
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10:00AM

END USER KEYNOTE

The keynote will address an end user’s experience using different types of natural refrigerant technologies, including benefits, challenges and future plans.
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10:40AM

REFRIGERATION MARKET TRENDS

Latest market and policy trends from around the world on natural refrigerant technologies, including selected data from ATMOsphere’s Annual Market Report, with a special focus on refrigeration.
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11:00AM

NETWORKING BREAK

Coffee, tea and light snacks will be served in the sponsor exhibition area.

11:30AM

END USERS PANEL

Leading end users will share their experiences using different types of natural refrigerant technologies, including benefits, challenges and future plans.
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12:30PM

ATMO NETWORKING LUNCH

1:30PM

POLICY PANEL: PFAS

Panel discussion on the impact of HFOs and their TFA (trifluoroacetic acid) degradation product on our health, safety and the environment. The importance of defining PFAS (“forever chemicals”) to include certain HFOs, HFCs and TFA will be addressed.
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3:00PM

NETWORKING BREAK

Coffee, tea and light snacks will be served in the sponsor exhibition area.

3:30PM

PARALLEL SESSION 1: REFRIGERATION CASE STUDIES - Part 1

Case studies presented by leading manufacturers, about commercial and industrial applications of natural refrigerants.
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3:30PM

PARALLEL SESSION 2: HEAT PUMP CASE STUDIES

Presenters will talk about the rapidly growing demand for heat pumps solutions in North America, as well as the potential for natural refrigerants to make an impact and take market share. They will also investigate the potential and significant energy savings achieved with natural heat pump solutions.
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3:30PM

NASRC PANEL DISCUSSION: SECURING THE CO2 SUPPLY

As U.S. demand for CO2 technologies grows, the refrigeration industry will need to collaborate on solutions to speed full-scale deployment and accelerate the successful transition from high global warming HFC refrigerants.
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5:00PM | ATMO AWARDS / NORTH AMERICA CEREMONY & NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION

Participants are invited to join us in the District Ballroom (lower floor) for the ATMO Awards / North America ceremony, recognizing companies and individuals leading the transition to natural refrigerant­-based technologies. The ceremony will be followed by a networking drinks reception.

8:15AM ET

WELCOME COFFEE

Tea and coffee will be served in the in the sponsor exhibition area.

8:45AM

INTRODUCTION TO DAY 2 & SPEED NETWORKING

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9:00AM

KEYNOTE

The keynote presentation will address what makes refrigeration one of the most important and relevant topics in the world, and how sustainable refrigeration is crucial to combatting climate change.
See Speakers

9:40AM

END USER KEYNOTE

The keynote will address an end user’s experience using different types of natural refrigerant technologies, including benefits, challenges and future plans.
See Speakers

10:20AM

NETWORKING BREAK

Coffee, tea and light snacks will be served in the sponsor exhibition area.

10:50AM

HEAT PUMP MARKET TRENDS

Key expert will share the latest market trends from around the world on natural refrigerant technologies, with a special focus on heat pump. The trends affecting the industry, either driving or impeding the uptake of natural refrigerants will be addressed.
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11:10AM

CONTRACTORS PANEL

Leading contractors will share their experiences using different types of natural refrigerant technologies, including benefits, challenges and future plans.
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12:30PM

ATMO NETWORKING LUNCH

12:30PM

ATMOsphere NATURAL REFRIGERANTS LABEL WORKSHOP

Lunch time session (30m).
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1:30PM

POLICY PANEL: TECHNOLOGY TRANSITION

Key representatives will discuss the policy and standards developments impacting the uptake of natural refrigerants in North America, including the “Technology Transitions” segment of the AIM (American Innovation and Manufacturing) Act and hydrocarbon safety standards.
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3:00PM

NETWORKING BREAK

Coffee, tea and light snacks will be served in the sponsor exhibition area.

3:30PM

PARALLEL SESSION 1: REFRIGERATION CASE STUDIES - Part 2

Case studies presented by leading manufacturers, commercial and industrial applications of natural refrigerants.
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3:30PM

PARALLEL SESSION 2: REFRIGERATION CASE STUDIES - Part 3

Case studies presented by leading manufacturers, commercial and industrial applications of natural refrigerants.
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4:45PM

SUMMARY & CONCLUSIONS

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Speakers
Ady Vyas
Andre Patenaude, Copeland | Speaker at ATMOsphere Conferences on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies
Andre Patenaude
Andy Baker, YourCleanEnergy | Speaker at ATMOsphere conference on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies
Andy Baker
Anthony Chambon, Tecumseh | Speaker at ATMOsphere conference on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies
Anthony Chambon
Ben Churchill, CoolPlanet speaker at ATMOsphere natural refrigerants conference
Ben Churchill
Benoit Rodier, CIMCO Refrigeration | Speaker at ATMOsphere conference on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies
Benoit Rodier
Brian McMillan, InterCool USA, speaker at ATMOsphere conference on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies.
Brian McMillan
Carl Kemp, KwikTrip | Speaker at ATMOsphere event on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies.
Carl Klemp
Charles Vanelslande, TechnoREF4 Group | Speaker at ATMOsphere conference on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies.
Charles Vanelslande
Christina Starr, Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA). Speaker at ATMOsphere event on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies.
Christina Starr
Cindy Newberg, US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) | Speaker at ATMOsphere conference on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies
Cindy Newberg
Clark Andrews, M&M Carnot | Speaker at ATMOsphere conference on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies.
Clark Andrews
Dana Fischer, Mitsubishi Electric US, Speaker at ATMOsphere conference on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies.
Dana Fischer
Danielle Wright, NASRC, speaker at ATMOsphere event on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies.
Danielle Wright
Dean Groff, Danfoss | Speaker at ATMOsphere conference on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies.
Dean Groff
Derek Gosselin, Dover Food Retail / Hillphoenix | Speaker at ATMOsphere conference on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies
Derek Gosselin
Eric Smith, IIAR | Speaker at ATMOsphere conference on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies.
Eric Smith
Grupo Bimbo, speaker ATMO conferences on natural refrigerants
Francisco Picazo
Fritz Troller, Therm | Speaker at ATMOsphere conference on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies
Fritz Troller
Gary Chafee, Vilter | Speaker at ATMOsphere conference on sustainable natural refrigerants technologies.
Gary Chafee