Reducing GHG emissions: how to get there?
The definition of carbon neutrality is well known to all... The way to achieve this European objective by 2050 needs to be defined, step by step, by aligning ourselves on a single path to better protect our environment and to have the choice of technology that meets the very different needs of industries.
The carbon trajectory is already underway in many activity sectors and is governed by European directives and regulations. F-Gas 517/2014/EU regulation is part of this dynamic seeking to limit emissions of fluorinated greenhouse gases and combat climate change. It is currently the subject of many debates within our industry looking to allow the development of new technologies with a low environmental impact without compromising the safety of people and goods, performance and competitiveness.
Informing, educating and maintaining neutrality in the choice of technology will allow a transition that is adapted to all affected industrial processes and applications and to provide the most appropriate solution.
Climalife supports you in this decarbonisation process to help meet the challenges ahead and is anticipating future developments by offering eco-efficient solutions for industry now.