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Training local technicians for handling of natural refrigerants in sustainable cooling systems is crucial for several reasons:

  1. Environmentally friendly practices: Sustainable cooling solutions aim to reduce the environmental impact of refrigerants. Informed technicians can handle natural refrigerants responsibly, minimizing emissions, leaks, and improper disposal.
  2. Efficient system operation: Properly trained technicians can optimize the performance of cooling systems using natural refrigerants, leading to more energy-efficient operations and reduced energy consumption.
  3. Compliance with regulations: Many countries and regions have specific regulations and guidelines for handling natural refrigerants. Training ensures technicians are aware of these regulations and can comply with them, avoiding legal issues and penalties.
  4. Local capacity building: Informing local technicians empowers the community by creating job opportunities and expertise within the region. This reduces dependency on foreign experts and encourages sustainable development.
  5. Long-term cost savings: Technicians with knowledge in sustainable cooling methods can identify and address potential issues early on, reducing maintenance costs and extending the lifespan of cooling systems.

The training of local technicians for handling natural refrigerants benefits the environment and also strengthens local industrial communities, engages stakeholders at all levels, and promotes responsible and efficient cooling practices.

This initiative led by RSS and NERC, aligns with the broader efforts within the Cool Up Programme to enhance expertise and promote safe and sustainable handling of natural refrigerants among technicians.
Many thanks to our national trainers who participated in the Cool Up Training of Trainers held in Istanbul and provided these trainings.
Congratulations to all of our participants for working so hard on their theoretical and practical skills!

If you are a technician dealing with cooling in one of our partner countries and want to be involved in one of our upcoming trainings, please reach out to us at info@coolupprogramme.org.