Climate friendly and energy efficient refrigerators.

By: Holuj, BrianContributor(s): Park, Wow Young | Shah, Nihar | Horowitz, Noah | Hillbrand, AlexLanguage: English Series: Model regulations guidelinesPublisher: Paris: UNEP, GEf, U4E, 2019Description: 17 p. tblsOther title: Refrigeradores amigables con el ambiente y energéticamente eficientesSubject(s): Eficiencia Energética | Refrigeradores | RegulaciónDDC classification: 354.43 Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: The Model Regulation Guidelines supplement the United for Efficiency (U4E) Refrigerator Policy Guide, “Accelerating the Global Adoption of Climate-Friendly and Energy-Efficient Refrigerators.” It is voluntary guidance for governments in developing and emerging economies that are considering a regulatory or legislative framework that requires new refrigerating appliances to be energy-efficient and to use refrigerants with a lower global warming potential (GWP) than typical legacy refrigerants, and to ban the importation of used products. It covers products commonly used in residential and light commercial applications
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The Model Regulation Guidelines supplement the United for Efficiency (U4E) Refrigerator Policy Guide, “Accelerating the Global Adoption of Climate-Friendly and Energy-Efficient Refrigerators.” It is voluntary guidance for governments in developing and emerging economies that are considering a regulatory or legislative framework that requires new refrigerating appliances to be energy-efficient and to use refrigerants with a lower global warming potential (GWP) than typical legacy refrigerants, and to ban the importation of used products. It covers products commonly used in residential and light commercial applications

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