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Montreal protocol hfc management workshop paris july 2014

Montreal Protocol HFC Management Workshop

Paris

July 2014


The alliance for responsible atmospheric policy

The Alliance for Responsible Atmospheric Policy

  • Industry coalition since 1980

  • More than three decades of responsible leadership in ozone production and climate change policy

  • Represents producers of fluorocarbons and industry sectors that manufacture products containing or utilizing fluorocarbons

  • Organized originally to address ozone protection

  • Transitioned to addressing fluorocarbon issues as they related to climate change

  • Currently composed of manufacturers and businesses, including their trade associations

  • www.alliancepolicy.org


Montreal protocol hfc management workshop paris july 2014

Fluorocarbon Transition

Montreal Protocol

ODP issue

UNFCCC Process

GWP issue

1st generation

2nd generation

3rd generation

4th generation

11

12

22

141b

404a

134a

Low GWP HFCs

HFOs

HFO/HFC blends

NIK alternatives


Industry s keys to a successful phasedown

Industry’s Keys to a Successful Phasedown

  • Montreal Protocol success due to steady process and proven methodology

    • Science-based approach

    • Guided by economic and technical feasibility to assure performance

    • Consideration of special financial and policy needs of Article 5 countries

  • Global HFC cap and phasedown is preferable to regional or sub-regional regulation for avoiding disruptions in industry’s ability to provide critical consumer products

    • Complexities of an HFC phasedown require a unified, global approach

    • Predictability & regulatory consistency are key

  • Montreal Protocol process and institutions have worked well and provide the best opportunity for:

    • fair consideration of the technical and economic issues associated with reducing HFC GWP contributions

    • developing manageable, feasible and sustainable proposals

    • funding for Article 5 countries

  • Phasedown schedule

    • Include targets guided by continuing technology reviews

    • Take in to account the need for servicing the equipment base

    • Provide appropriate accommodations for Article 5 countries

  • Global refrigerant management efforts are critical

    • Bank of installed base is approximately 20 GtCO2eq (CFCs, HCFCs, HFCs)


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