Journey to a naturally sustainable future

Symposium 2022

From 4 to 8 July 2022, eurammon, an association of companies, institutions, and individuals committed to the promotion and use of natural refrigerants, will hold their annual Symposium titled "Journey to a naturally sustainable future". As the digital format has been well received by participants in previous years, the event will again be held online over 5 days from 9:00 – 11:30 each morning. Registration for the Symposium is now open via e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Contributions to a sustainable and energy-efficient economy

This year, eurammon is taking participants on a week-long journey into the future. In online lectures and a virtual panel discussion, the industry looks at the importance of its products for  a sustainable and energy-efficient economy.

"Natural refrigerants will play an important role in creating a sustainable future for our planet. The eurammon 2022 online symposium builds on the success of last year and looks at the use of natural fluids for cooling and heating applications across a wider range of industries, says Rob Lamb of Star Refrigeration Ltd., chairman of the Steering Committee of eurammon e.V.

A week-long journey into the future

The subjects on day one will help set the scene for the rest of the week, they will include the European Green Deal, the UK Institute of Refrigeration’s ‘Beyond Refrigeration’ initiative and developments in the use of ammonia as a fuel. Day two will focus on regulatory news, dealing with the proposed changes to the EU F-gas regulation and providing updates on the IEC 60335-2-40 and EN378 standards. Days three to five will look at the new technologies and case studies that are helping industry move to a sustainable future.

"With the online symposium, we are reaching out to a global audience interested in natural refrigerants," says Lamb. "The symposium is a chance to learn, ask questions and share knowledge. We look forward to many participants joining us from the 4 to 8 July."


Johan Kaltoft, MAN Energy Solutions

Ammonia engine development for marine propulsion

Graeme Maidment, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

Transport, industrial and commercial refrigeration in the UK - opportunities for research and innovation in industrial buildings

Andrea Voigt, Danfoss Climate Solutions

The European Green Deal "repowered" - the sky is the limit!

Cornelius Rhein, European Commission

F-gas regulation

Asbjørn Vonsild, Vonsild Consulting ApS

IEC 60335-2-40

Carsten Hoch, TÜV Süd Industrieservice GmbH

European standardization for refrigerating systems using flammable refrigerants, especially standard series EN 378

Michael Elsen, Kreutzträger Kältetechnik GmbH & Co. KG

Industrial refrigeration production plants: "Heat recovery, reduced CO2 emissions!"

Vincent Grass, Société des Produits Nestlé S.A.

Heat pump integration in a plant based meat solution factory and needs to achieve decarbonization from an end-user perspective

Robert Lamb, Star Refrigeration Ltd.

Predicting annual refrigeration energy consumption in temperature-controlled facilities

Herbert Schupfer, Güntner Group Europe GmbH

"Waterloop" solutions for sustainable supermarkets - 100% propane for natural and efficient cooling and heating

Juan Carlos Rodríguez, AEFYT

New technologies applied to natural refrigerants education

Dermot Cotter, Star Technical Solutions

Ventilation systems for Carbon Dioxide and Ammonia

Klaas Visser, KAV Consulting Pty Ltd.

Applying the natural refrigerant CO2 to improve energy efficiency of AC cooling and water heating in hotels and hospitals

Roger Rosander, Temper Technology AB

A calculation comparison of two secondary fluids for optimizing savings energy and/or material savings

Alexander Cohr Pachai, Johnson Controls Denmark

eurammon Technical Committee Industrial Heat Pumps - standards and energy efficiency

Tommy Angback, Alfa Laval Technologies AB

Decarbonise heating - securing high energy efficiency with plate heat exchangers

Tim Thøgersen, Evapco Denmark

Heat pump energizers for district heating

Franz Sperl, Güntner GmbH & Co. KG

Heat exchanger solutions for air-source heat pump application in medium and large scale