Action hubs


Designed to foster interactive engagement, the meeting organized participants into eight specialized working groups. These groups focused on various strategic intervention areas: Building Performance Standards, RAC Energy Efficiency and Labelling, Refrigerant Standard and Regulation, Refrigerant Supply Chain/Cold Chain, Gender Equality and Youth/Awareness and Information, Capacity Building, Eco-design and End of Life Treatment, and Financing and Incentives. Each group was tasked with classifying the proposed actions based on their importance and relevance to Jordan’s RAC sector and suggesting new measures for each area.

To facilitate discussion, participants were provided with colored cards, white papers, and pens to document their feedback. Representatives from each group then presented their insights and recommendations to all attendees. The event saw productive discussions as stakeholders shared their perspectives on the challenges facing the RAC sector and proposed potential solutions across various specialized fields.

The input gathered during the meeting was documented and will be integrated into the final version of the National Cooling Action Plan. This final document will be reviewed by the technical committee and stakeholders before being officially released.

The NCAP Interim Meeting marked a significant step towards developing a comprehensive and effective strategy for the uptake of sustainable cooling in Jordan, emphasizing collaboration and stakeholder engagement in addressing sector-specific challenges and opportunities.