ATMO/DTI Technical Conference

Online – June 23-24, 2020

ABOUT THE EVENT

Danish Technological Institute and ATMO have partnered to bring you the world’s first conference on NatRefs in air conditioning.

Join us to hear from leading experts on the The Future of Air Conditioning!

Over the last years, the HVAC&R industry has become increasingly focused on sustainability. As part of this trend, many companies have taken on the challenge of making their products more energy efficient, stepping away from HFCs, and adopting new technologies to produce the impressive NatRef-based products we have come to know.

Now it is air conditioning’s turn to join the NatRef trend. The next ten years will be key to accelerate this maker by educating stakeholders, making technologies commercially viable at competitive prices, and continuing to develop new solutions.


PROGRAMME

Tuesday, 23 June (12-17hrs CET)

12:00 | WELCOME & INTRODUCTION

Welcome by Marc Chasserot, CEO, shecco.

12:20 | KEYNOTE

Keynote speech given by Iain Campbell, Senior Fellow, Rocky Mountain Institute | The Global Cooling Prize

12:50 | BREAK

13:00 | MARKET TRENDS

Ilana Koegelenberg, Market Development Manager, shecco, will share the latest market and policy trends from around the world on natural refrigerant technologies, including selected statistics from sheccoBase.

13:30 | LUNCH (VIDEO) BREAK — Water Vapour Compression: HVAC Installation at Aarhus Harbour

14:00 | THE DANISH STORY

The Danish Story will highlight how using natural refrigerants has become part normal everyday-day life in Denmark.

Mikkel Aaman Sørensen, Head of Section – Chemicals Department, Ministry of Environment and Food of Denmark | Lessons Learned: Policy Measures on F-Gasses
Moderator: Christian Heerup, Business Manager, Refrigeration, Danish Technological Institute | Policy Measures on F-Gasses: How did we respond?

14:30 | BREAK

14:40 | POLICY PANEL

This panel will discuss how recent and future changes in policy are paving the way for new solutions in air conditioning.

Moderator: Marc Chasserot, CEO, shecco

(Introduction) Bente Tranholm-Schwarz, Deputy Head of Unit, DG Clima, European Commission | EU F-Gas Policy: Promoting More Climate Friendly AC

Barbara Gschrey, Policy Advisor and Managing DirectorÖko-Recherche | Current Work on Stationary AC
Dr. Daniel de Graaf, Scientific Assistant, German Environment Agency (UBA) | Supporting the Use of Natural Refrigerants in Air Conditioning
Francesco Scuderi, Deputy Secretary General, Eurovent | EU Climate Neutrality Strategy

15:55 | VIDEO BREAK — CO2 Integrated Air Conditioning Units: Installation at COOP Supermarket

16:05 | CLEAN COOLING INCENTIVES SESSION

This session will focus on the moral, social, and economic incentives of transitioning to natural refrigerants in air conditioning.

Moderator: Michael Garry, Editor in Chief – Accelerate Magazine, shecco

Toby Peters, Professor in Cold Economy, University of Birmingham / Director, Centre for Sustainable Cooling | Doing Cold Smarter: Clean Cooling
Asbjørn Vonsild, Consultant, Vonsild-Consulting | Traditional HFC Use – [when] Will it Stop?
Anna Braune, Director of Research and Development, (German Sustainable Building Council) DGNB | Cooling-Incentives for Passive Design and Natural Refrigerants in the DGNB System

17:10 | DAY CONCLUSIONS

Summary of the day with key takeaways by Marc Chasserot, CEO, shecco.

Wednesday, 24 June (12-17hrs CET)

12:00 | WELCOME & INTRODUCTION

Welcome by Esben Vendelbo Foged, Team Manager, Centre for Refrigeration- and Heat Pump Technology, Danish Technological Institute

12:10 | FUTURE POSSIBILITIES OF NATREFS IN HVAC

Experts in this session will forecast how natural refrigerants will change air conditioning solutions.

Moderator: Ilana Koegelenberg, Market Development Manager, shecco

Fionnuala Walravens, Senior CampaignerEnvironmental Investigation Agency (EIA)
Menno van der Hoff, Chief Executive Director, TripleAqua | Future Necessity of NatRefs in HVAC

13:00 | VIDEO BREAK — Propane Chiller, HVAC Tailor-made Solution: Installation at Novo Nordisk Medical Production Facility

13:15 | TECHNICAL SESSION: LARGE SCALE 1

This technical session will focus on large scale air conditioning applications — chillers, large scale heat pumps, multi-split systems, etc.

Moderator: Jan Dusek, Chief Operating Officer & Head of APAC, shecco

Giacomo Pisano, Technical Sales Manger, Dorin | Designing a 200kW Chiller: Efficiency Comparison Between HFCs and Natural Refrigerants in European Climate Zones

Sergio Girotto, President, Enex & Giacomo Tossatto, Researcher, ITC-CNR (National Research Council – Construction Technology Institute) | Improvements on: Water and Brine Chiller for Air Conditioning and Process Cooling

14:05 | BREAK

14:15 | TECHNICAL SESSION: LARGE SCALE 2

This technical session will focus on large scale air conditioning applications — chillers, large scale heat pumps, multi-split systems, etc.

Moderator: Christian Heerup, Business Manager, Refrigeration, Danish Technological Institute

Samir Hamed, Research & Development Manager, Petra (United Nations Industrial Development Organization [UNIDO] MLF project) | Design, Manufacturing and Performance Testing of Large Capacity R290 Rooftop Package Air Conditioning Units
Joined in Q&A by: Franziska Menten, Project Coordinator, UNIDO

Neal Lawrence, Senior Research Engineer, Creative Thermal Solutions (CTS) | Successful Conversion of Railway Air-Conditioning Unit to Transcritial R744 Technology

15:05 | VIDEO BREAK — Going BIG with Ammonia: Installation at Aarhus University Hospital

15:15 | TECHNICAL SESSION: SMALL SCALE 1

This technical session will focus on small scale air conditioning applications — split-units, air-handling with integrated heat pumps, etc.

Moderator: Ilana Koegelenberg, Market Development Manager, shecco

Martin Lazar, Co-Owner,  HKS Lazar | Air/Water Heat Pump HT 10/20 Method of Reducing R-290 Refrigerant Charge and COP Efficiency Increasing Methods 

Rossana Boccia, PhD Student, Technical University of Denmark | Heat Recovery Ventilation Heat Pump Water Heaters and Propane: Development & Challenges

16:05 | BREAK

16:15 | TECHNICAL SESSION: SMALL SCALE 2

This technical session will focus on small scale air conditioning applications — split-units, air-handling with integrated heat pumps, etc.

Moderator: Christian Heerup, Business Manager, Refrigeration, Danish Technological Institute

Stefan Elbel, Chief Engineer, Creative Thermal Solutions (CTS) | Energy Savings in Commercial Air Conditioning by Use of a Low-Charge Ammonia Chiller

Dr. Paride Gullo, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Researcher, Technical University of Denmark (project with Danfoss) | A Novel Capacity Control Mechanism for Two-phase Ejectors in Transcritical R744 Air Conditioners

17:05 | CONCLUSIONS & THANKS

Summary of the conference with key takeaways by Esben Vendelbo Foged, Team Manager, Centre for Refrigeration- and Heat Pump Technology, Danish Technological Institute

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SPEAKERS

Rossana Boccia

Rossana Boccia

Rossana Boccia

PhD Student, Technical University of Denmark

Rossana Boccia holds a master of science in mechanical engineering from University of Federico Secondo (Naples, Italy) and she is a PhD student from Technical University of Denmark (DTU). Her research is focused on the development of a new generation of high efficient heat recovery ventilation heat pump water heaters using natural refrigerants. The project is supported by Det Energiteknologiske Udviklings- og Demonstrationsprogram (EUDP) and it is running in collaboration with, Nilan A/S,
Danish Technological Institute (DTU) and Vonsild Consult.

Anna Braune

Anna Braune

Anna Braune

Director of Research & Development, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Nachhaltiges Bauen (German Sustainable Building Council – DGNB)

As environmental engineer, Dr. Anna Braune has a deep understanding of both, environmental effects and issues and technical expertise on processing, using and disposal of natural and industrial goods. With a focus on the built environment, she gained vast experiences by assessing technologies, building elements, entire buildings and sites using environmental Life Cycle Assessment methodologies, substance assessments, and others. Being very business-oriented, she always keeps economic constraints and opportunities in mind when proposing environmental preferable solutions. From July 2007 until October 2008 she was the Initiator and Founding CEO of the German Sustainable Building Council. From November 2008 until June 2015 she was at PE INTERNATIONAL AG (today thinkstep AG) as responsible Project Manager and as Principal Consultant. In September 2015 she joined the DGNB again and is now Director Research and Development at the DGNB.

Iain Campbell

Iain Campbell

Iain Campbell

Senior Fellow

Prior to joining RMI, Iain held various positions with Johnson Controls; most notably he was responsible for the Global Energy Solutions and the Global Workplace Solutions businesses within the Building Efficiency division. These businesses generated revenues in excess of $5.5 billion and were amongst the fastest growing businesses within the Building Efficiency division over this time period. In addition to the organic growth achieved, Iain led acquisitions in the areas of building services, lighting, demand response, energy management, and carbon reporting.

Previously Iain served as the President of York International, Americas where he was responsible for the commercial and industrial HVAC and refrigeration businesses covering product development, engineering, manufacturing, sales, and service within the Americas region. This business generated revenues in excess of $1.8 billion.

Iain commenced his career in 1983 with York International in the U.K.; Johnson Controls acquired York International in 2005. Iain retired from Johnson Controls in 2014 to pursue his dream to qualify and compete at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii and continue his passion for energy and the environment at RMI.

Marc Chasserot

Marc Chasserot

Marc Chasserot

CEO, shecco

Marc Chasserot is a specialist in natural refrigeration with over 15 years of experience in the HVAC&R sector, starting as the Marketing Manager for the Norsk Hydro business unit specialised in CO2 transcritical refrigeration and heating. He worked closely with several Japanese manufacturers selling the market innovative “CO2 Ecocute heatpumps”.

In 2006 Marc founded the industry leading website for CO2 cooling and heating experts worldwide, called www.R744.com. This was followed by three additional industry resources for hydrocarbons, water and ammonia (namely: www.hydrocarbons21.com, www.R718.com and www.ammonia21.com).

Marc is co-founder and CEO of shecco, an independent market development company specialised in bringing Natural Refrigerants ‘faster to market’, working with numerous companies worldwide. Marc has chaired and organised several international workshops bringing together leading policy and industry experts to discuss ‘how to bring natural refrigerants’ faster to market, known as ‘ATMOsphere’. He is also an active member of ASHRAE.

Jan Dusek

Jan Dusek

Jan Dusek

Chief Operating Officer & Head of APAC, shecco

Jan holds a Doctor of Engineering degree in System Design from Hosei University in Tokyo and a Master’s degree from the Czech Technical University in Prague. During his studies, and research undertaken in the USA, Europe and Japan, Jan has centered his academic focus on environmental technologies and marketing strategies. Having lived in Japan for over 13 years, Jan communicates fluently in Japanese and has a rich experience cooperating with Japanese industry. Jan is currently based in Tokyo, responsible for business/market development activities and monitoring Asian markets on behalf of shecco Japan. He is also the global COO for shecco Group.

Stefan Elbel

Stefan Elbel

Stefan Elbel

Chief Engineer, Creative Thermal Solutions (CTS)

Dr. Stefan Elbel received his MS and PhD degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), where he currently holds an appointment as Research Assistant Professor. He is also the Associate Director of the Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Center (ACRC), where he and his students conduct fundamental and applied research on HVAC&R systems. Since 2007 he has also been the Chief Engineer at Creative Thermal Solutions, Inc. (CTS).

Esben Vendelbo Foged

Esben Vendelbo Foged

Esben Vendelbo Foged

Team Manager, Centre for Refrigeration- and Heat Pump Technology, Danish Technological Institute

Esben holds a M.Sc. in Sustainable Energy and specializes i.a. in thermodynamics, heat pumps, energy systems and refrigeration. Esben has a considerable experience within refrigeration technology including various fields of energy usage in buildings and the production of energy in connection with buildings, including user experience.

In addition to his role as team manager, Esben also participates in projects focusing on energy optimization and refrigeration as well as holds conferences and course activities related to EU ecodesign and energy labelling requirements.

Michael Garry

Michael Garry

Michael Garry

Editor in Chief, Accelerate Magazine, shecco

Michael Garry is a business journalist with a 30-year track record. Most recently, he ledthe coverage of sustainability, technology and logistics at Supermarket News for more than 11 years. He is well known among retailers, suppliers, technology vendors and trade groups throughout the North American food retailing and consumer goods industries. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of M.I.T. with a degree in political science, he has written his first book, “Game of My Life – New York Mets,” in which 25 baseball players recall their most memorable game.

Sergio Girotto

Sergio Girotto

Sergio Girotto

President, enEX

Sergio Girotto graduated from Padova University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. In 2004 he founded Enex srl, a company specialising in refrigeration and heat pump systems based on natural refrigerants. Before this, he worked in the field of commercial refrigeration for almost 20 years, covering various technical roles including design, research and development as well as manufacturing.

Dr. Daniel de Graaf

Dr. Daniel de Graaf

Dr. Daniel de Graaf

Scientific Assistant, German Environment Agency (UBA)

Daniel de Graaf studied biochemistry at the Free University of Berlin and also earned his doctorate in 2009 from there. Since joining the German Environment Agency (Section III 1.4 Substance-related Product Issues) in 2008, he is concerned with fluorinated greenhouse gases which are predominantly used as refrigerants in e.g. air conditioning, heat pump and refrigeration equipment.

He was responsible for the publication of several articles and reports dealing with the replacement of HFC refrigerants with natural refrigerants in refrigeration and stationary air conditioning. Furthermore, he was involved in the establishment of the German ecolabel (Blue Angel) for Energy-efficient Data Center Operation (RAL-UZ 161) and for Stationary Air Conditioners (RAL-UZ 204).

Barbara Gschrey

Barbara Gschrey

Barbara Gschrey

Policy advisor and Managing Director, Öko-Recherche

Barbara Gschrey has been working for Öko-Recherche since 2009 and managed the preparatory study for the EU Commission in the context of the review of the F-Gas Regulation. She holds in-depth knowledge about use and emissions of fluorinated greenhouse gases and relevant business sectors.

Dr. Paride Gullo

Dr. Paride Gullo

Dr. Paride Gullo

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Researcher, Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

Dr. Paride Gullo has been working on transcritical R744 vapour-compression systems for more than 6 years. He earned his Ph.D. in Environmental and Energy Engineering Science from University of Udine (Italy) in April 2017. During his Ph.D. studies he spent 8 months at Technical University of Denmark and 3 months at SINTEF Energy Research (Norway). In May 2017 he joined Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) to work within MultiPACK project as a Postdoctoral Researcher. In August 2019 he was awarded the prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship to investigate on an innovative capacity control technique for R744 two-phase ejectors (ECO2-RAPJECT project) at Technical University of Denmark.

Samir Hamed

Samir Hamed

Samir Hamed

Research & Development Manager, Petra Engineering Ind. Co.

Samir has 26years of experience in the field of the design, production testing and developing several type of air conditioning equipments.

He is also RTOC member with UNEP since 2012 working as a co- author for chapters 7,9,12 and 13 in the 2014 and 2018 assessment reports.

Christian Heerup

Christian Heerup

Christian Heerup

Business Manager, Refrigeration, Danish Technological Institute

Christian holds a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering supplemented by 30 years’ experience within refrigeration, including solutions for supermarkets, cold stores, heat recovery and air conditioning systems with focus on natural refrigerants CO2 and hydrocarbons.

Christian has initiated several projects aiming at reducing climate impact and optimizing energy performance and he share his discoveries when delivering training courses in CO2 refrigeration.

Ilana Koegelenberg

Ilana Koegelenberg

Ilana Koegelenberg

Deputy Manager Market Development, shecco

With an honors degree in journalism (B.journ) from Rhodes University in South Africa and 10 years of experience relating to the HVAC&R industry, Ilana joined shecco in 2019 as Deputy Editor Global in the Media team. She has recently moved over to manage the Market Development team with a focus on market research, policy analysis, partner projects and specialized campaigns that aid in accelerating the adoption of climate friendly technologies across different world regions.

Neal Lawrence

Neal Lawrence

Neal Lawrence

Senior Research Engineer, Creative Thermal Solutions (CTS)

Neal completed his graduate studies at the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Center (ACRC) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he received his MS in 2012 and his PhD in 2016. He has authored over 40 papers on fundamental and applied research on vapor-compression systems, with a focus on two-phase ejector technology and the application of natural refrigerants carbon dioxide and ammonia in refrigeration and air conditioning applications.

Martin Lazar

Martin Lazar

Martin Lazar

Co-Owner & Board Member, HKS Lazar

Martin Lazar studied economics at GWSH in Katowice. Involved in heating branch from the begining of its professional career. Since 2002 is a coowner and the member of the board of HKS LAZAR company. As a chef of marketing and sales department he is also involved in development of new projects.

Franziska Menten

Franziska Menten

Franziska Menten

Project Coordinator, Montreal Protocol Division, UNIDO

Franziska has 10 years of professional experience in the field of climate-friendly technologies in HVAC&R, working with the private and public sector.

At the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), she is working on the cross-sectoral development and implementation of projects related to the Montreal Protocol and the phase down of HFCs. One of the key objectives of current projects is the establishment of partnerships between national and international technology suppliers and linking them with financing institutions and mechanisms to facilitate investments for supporting the introduction of best available NatRef, energy-efficient technologies and practices in developing countries.

Franziska holds a Master’s degree in Business and Economics from Humboldt University in Berlin and a degree in International Management from Bordeaux Business School.

Toby Peters

Toby Peters

Toby Peters

Professor, University of Birmingham

Co-inventor of Liquid Air Energy Storage and joint lead on the original Doing Cold Smarter Policy Commission, Toby leads much of the new system-level approaches around the role “clean cold” has to play in emerging market transformation. He is also a consultant to the World Bank and Sustainable Energy for All (Cooling for All) and sits on the Technical Advisory Panel for the Global Cooling Prize.

Giacomo Pisano

Giacomo Pisano

Giacomo Pisano

Technical Sales Manger, Dorin

After obtaining his Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2002, Giacomo Pisano worked for one year as a Project Manager for General Electric’s Oil & Gas division, where the core business is turbomachinery applied to the oil & gas industry. He joined DORIN in 2003 in the R&D department, taking responsibility of the CO2 compressor development and being in charge of the product’s technical qualification. Giacomo Pisano then took over several application engineering roles and is currently responsible for the CO2 compressors’ business development. In the meantime he joined several ASERCOM working groups and was the Chairman for the association’s CO2 working group for many years.

Francesco Scuderi

Francesco Scuderi

Francesco Scuderi

Deputy Secretary General, Eurovent Association

Francesco Scuderi holds a master’s degree in electrical energy engineering from the University of Catania. Before starting at Eurovent in 2015, Scuderi worked for the EPTA Group, gradually progressing to being in charge of the Group Regulatory Affairs and IP. Later on, he became the Convenor of the ISO/TC86/SC7/WG2 and CEN/TC44/WG6 ‘Commercial beverage coolers and ice-cream freezers’. Having specialised in European legislation, Scuderi, one of the European leading experts in the commercial refrigeration field, joined Eurovent as Technical and Regulatory Affairs Manager for the heating and cooling department, as well as horizontal issues such as energy labelling, the f-gas regulation, and market surveillance. In May 2017, he was appointed Eurovent Deputy Secretary General.

Mikkel Aaman Sørensen

Mikkel Aaman Sørensen

Mikkel Aaman Sørensen

Head of Section – Chemicals Department, Ministry of Environment and Food of Denmark

Sørensen has for several years been responsible for issues regarding ozone depleting substances and fluorinated greenhouse gasses. He was co-chair for the Montreal Protocol meetings in 2007 and 2008. In 2009 he chaired the negotiations on a global phase down of HFCs under the Montreal Protocol.

Sørensen holds a master’s degree in environmental biology from the University of Copenhagen. He graduated in 1986.

Giacomo Tossatto

Giacomo Tossatto

Giacomo Tossatto

Researcher, ITC-CNR (National Research Council – Construction Technology Institute)

Bente Tranholm-Schwarz

Bente Tranholm-Schwarz

Bente Tranholm-Schwarz

Deputy Head of Unit, DG Clima, European Commission

Since 2010 Bente Tranholm Schwarz is deputy Head of Unit in DG Climate Action in the European Commission responsible for, inter alia, protecting the ozone layer and the climate system against adverse effects of ozone depleting substances and fluorinated gases.

From 1996-1999 and from 2004 to 2009 she was dealing with state aid policy in DG Competition. Before she joined the European Commission she was working in the Danish Permanent Representation to the European Union and the Danish Ministry of Economics and Business Affairs.

Menno van der Hoff

Menno van der Hoff

Menno van der Hoff

Chief Executive Director, TripleAqua

Since April 2014, Menno is leading the development of the TripleAqua Heat Pump at Uniechemie (NL) and he is responsible for the design and technology of this HVAC heat pump climate control system. By applying active and passive thermal storage, natural refrigerants and optimized transfer of energy, a zero carbon footprint sustainable solution was created. Prior to that, he was the EU International Product Manager HVAC at Colt International Ltd, UK.

Menno has patented several designs, such as Apparatus and Method for Influencing the temperature in a Building (2013). In 2009, he received The Cooling Industry Award 2009 UK and the H&V News Award 2009 UK Environmental initiative of the year. He was also awarded the NVKL Koeltrofee (Cool Trophy) 2010-2011 at VSK Utrecht, NL for a propylene decentral cascade heat pump system. Through his original work, he has achieved results reducing the GHG emissions directly and indirectly from HVAC systems. He strives to build new and innovative business without the use of ozone depleting chemicals and synthetic refrigerants.

Asbjørn Vonsild

Asbjørn Vonsild

Asbjørn Vonsild

Consultant

Asbjørn Vonsild is an independent consultant focusing on safety standards, refrigerants and related legislation. He has multiple roles in developing international safety standards for refrigeration, air-conditioning, and heat pumps. For instance: Convenor of IEC/TC61D/WG21, the group that develops the next edition of the heat-pump and A/C standard IEC60335-2-40 with focus on flammable refrigerants. Chair of the Danish mirror committee for standards for large refrigeration systems. Member of CEN/TC182/WG6 and ISO/TC86/SC1/WG1 the groups that develop the next editions of EN378 and ISO 5149, the European and International safety standards for larger refrigeration, A/C and heat-pump systems. Member of CEN/TC182/WG2, the group that works on components for refrigeration, and project manager for the ISO 21922 valve standard.

Asbjørn Vonsild is also member of the Refrigerant Technical Options Committee, the advisory group on refrigerants for the Montreal Protocol under UNEP, and is lead author on the chapter for refrigerant properties.

Before starting as a consultant, Asbjørn Vonsild worked from 2003 to 2015 for Danfoss, where he among other things has been responsible for coordinating refrigerant policies.

Fionnuala Walravens

Fionnuala Walravens

Fionnuala Walravens

Senior Campaigner, EIA – Environmental Investigation Agency

Fionnuala is a consultant for EIA’s climate team. She first joined EIA in 2007. During her time there she developed EIA’s pioneering supermarket refrigeration campaign-Chilling Facts, which helped kick start a global shift towards natural refrigerants. She also led an investigation into illegal trade in E-waste leaving the UK destined for West Africa. Her areas of focus have included; the Montreal Protocol, the EU F-gas regulation, illegal trade in ODS and F-gases and removing HFC-23 from carbon trading schemes.

After leaving school with a European Baccalaureate she studied Anthropology at University College London where she graduated with a B.Sc (hons) and has a Masters of Research in Primatology from Roehampton University, London.

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PILAR ALEU

Business Development Manager

Phone: +34 936 550 554
Email: pilar.aleu@shecco.com

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Sales, Marketing & 
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Phone: +34 936 550 554
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