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NASRC Petition for Faster Revision of Codes and Standards

NASRC launched a new petition that calls for the expedited revision of existing codes and standards to allow for greater use of low-GWP refrigerants in commercial refrigeration. We are calling for industry to voice their support by signing a petition for faster action on codes and standards.

Why Supermarkets Should Care about the Kigali Amendment

In 2016, the Kigali Amendment updated the Montreal Protocol to gain global commitment to the phasedown of HFCs. Developed countries, like the United States, will be required to begin reducing HFC production and import of HFCs in 2019. This reduction is expected to correlate to increased HFC prices, especially those with high GWP.

NASRC Receives Award from the National Small Business Environmental Assistance Program

NASRC was recognized by the National Steering Committee (NSC) of Small Business Environmental Assistance Programs (SBEAPs), and Small Business Ombudsmen (SBO) for its leadership nationwide in the areas of compliance assistance, sustainability, advocacy and collaboration. 

CEC Proposed Plan Could Make Millions Available for Natural Refrigerant Projects in California

The California Energy Commission adopted its investment plan for the Electric Program Investment Charge (EPIC) program. The plan supports the advancement of clean energy technologies, including projects that accelerate the use of refrigerants with low or zero global warming potential (GWP).