GTZ - Proklima Sectoral Working Group Meeting RAC Servicing Sector HPMP Sectoral Working Groups Meeting 25 September 2009, Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. Relevance of Service Sector for HCFC Phase-out. Significant share of total HCFC-22 consumption (~ 33%)
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Technicians from informal sector may not follow Good Servicing Practices due to various reasons resulting in poor performance of equipment.
Appliances manufactured by SMEs are also serviced by technicians from informal sector.
Need to train and upgrade such technicians in HCFC substitution
Difficult to reach out to the informal sector
Difficult to specify and verify concrete phase-out targets
Challenges in Servicing Sector
Prioritization of subsectors (low hanging fruits & high impact)
Identifying all requirements for phase-out of HCFC in the servicing sector (awareness, training, equipment support)
Assess scope for regulation and policy measures
Layout of support structure (building on NCCoPP)
Estimation of funding requirements for implementation
Impact of the planned phase-out activities in ODP tonnes
Develop monitoring and verification methodologySteps for Developing the Sector Strategy
Scope for achieving huge measurable reductions in Phase I may be limited but servicing sector has to be addressed early as else momentum gained under CFC phase-out will be lost and as it is required for retrofits & servicing new equipments post warranty