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Regulatory Analysis Jordan

Jordan has progressed on its commitments relevant to the Montreal Protocol and Kigali Amendment through the implementation of several relevant programs, laws, and other policy instruments such as the successful implementation and ongoing projects to phase out hydrofluorocarbons. The Regulatory Analysis of the Cool Up programme outlines this important progress as well as further opportunities towards the transition of sustainable cooling and the upscaling of natural refrigerants.

Catalogue of Technical Solutions for Sustainable Cooling in Jordan

This report on the Technical Solutions for Sustainable Cooling in Jordan of the Cool Up programme provides information about options for sustainable cooling in Jordan. The report addresses stakeholders from different sectors, such as policy makers and financing bodies but it also addresses planners, manufacturers, and everyone who is interested. The key intention is to facilitate the uptake of sustainable cooling in Jordan with a specific focus on air conditioning and commercial refrigeration.

Jordan's Ministry of Environment cites Cool Up programme policy recommendations in development of national cooling plan

In a meeting on 4 August 2022, the Jordan Ministry of Environment Secretary General Dr. Mohammed Al Khashashneh discussed the preparation for the launch of Jordan's national plan for sustainable air conditioning and refrigeration. In his discussion, Dr. Al Khashashneh cited that the national cooling plan will be developed according to the policy recommendations provided by the Cool Up programme.

Cooling Sector Status Report Jordan

Jordan faces rising energy demand due to economic and population growth. More than 60% of energy consumed in households is used for heating and cooling. This trend is expected to grow as average temperatures continue to rise. There is limited data and market studies on the current state of the cooling sector in Jordan. The Cooling Sector Status Report aims to rectify this on residential and non-residential air conditioning and commercial refrigeration. The report provides an overview of the cooling sector in Jordan by laying the foundation for understanding upscaling sustainable cooling technologies potential in the country and the use of natural refrigerants as an alternative to harmful synthetic refrigerants.

MENA Europe Future Energy Dialogue (MEFED)

Cool Up attended the MENA Europe Future Energy Dialogue (MEFED), 8-9 June in Jordan. MEFED aims at deepening the energy cooperation between the MENA region and Europe and is a leading forum for key stakeholders of the energy sector in both regions. The conference gave representatives across governments, industry, academia, and civil society the opportunity to share their experiences and ideas on a reliable, affordable, and sustainable energy system.

Thematic group meetings of Jordan stakeholders in March 2022

On 23 and 24 March, Cool Up held the second round of thematic group meetings in Jordan involving with relevant stakeholders in the policy, industry and finance spaces. The objectives of the online meetings were to collect feedback on proposed policy recommendations as well as share the experiences, challenges, and needs of stakeholders in realising the phase down of HFCs and transitioning to sustainable cooling technologies.

Industry and finance thematic group meeting of Jordan

This thematic group meeting brought together relevant stakeholders and decision makers in the industry and finance space in Jordan. The meeting aimed to capture the perspective of the industry and finance sectors and identify their needs, risks, challenges and best practices for the deployment of sustainable cooling technology investments in the financial services industry. Participants include manufacturers of cooling products and equipment an RAC sector associations, service technicians, installers, distributors, project developers, architects and engineers and representatives from financial institutions, among others .