Back in November, RACCA Australia published an article on the ATMOsphere Conference coming out to Australia this year. Since then, the ATMOsphere review panel have issued a call out for natural refrigerant-based case studies.
The ATMOsphere website states that the case studies must be centred in or applicable to the Australian or New Zealand market and must include references to several points, including: sustainable (addressing the potential of natural refrigerant technology), replicable (lessons that could be learnt and applied to other projects), original (have not been shown elsewhere) and tangible (real life examples). Submissions that also address efficiency analysis and cost analysis will have an advantage.
The topics that case studies can cover include: industrial refrigeration, transport refrigeration, air conditioning, commercial & light commercial refrigeration, heat pumps and new areas of application.
The deadline for submissions is March 25. More information, including formatting guidelines, ideal ATMOsphere speaker criteria and submission procedure, can be found here.
ATMOsphere Australia is being held on May 16 in Melbourne, the day before ARBS 2016.