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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.
The analysis includes information on the following topics:
- Cooling market landscape in Jordan
- Regulatory analysis
- National plans and strategies in Jordan
- Laws and national legislation in Jordan
- Policy recommendations
The lead author organisations
This Regulatory Analysis was prepared by Guidehouse and its national partner the Royal Scientific Society. It is the first of its kind to provide an overview of the current regulatory state of air conditioning and refrigeration in Jordan. Based on this analysis, some key policy recommendations have been derived to support the preparation of policy frameworks that guide the transition towards sustainable cooling and natural refrigerants use.
Guidehouse Germany GmbH
Sawsan Bawaresh, Maha AbuMowais (Royal Scientific Society)
Eslam Mohamed Mahdy Youssef, Katja Dinges (Guidehouse)
Barbara Gschrey, Felix Heydel (Öko-Recherche)