Resources

Report

Summary of background work, including research and testing, contributing to the revised requirements for A3 refrigerants within IEC 60335-2-40: 2022

EIA urges stakeholders in the U.S. to utilize this and other available resources developed during the IEC’s process of evaluating the safe use and installation of equipment using R-290 and other hydrocarbon refrigerants to make ultra-low global warming potential (GWP) ACs and heat pumps available in North America.

Letters

EIA supports strong action on HFCs in New York

Our Comments on the Proposed Regulation

There are widespread, successful uses of alternative refrigerants that protect the climate, and ozone, and offer enhanced energy efficiency, but to scale up these alternatives and cut emissions at the pace needed to fight the climate crisis, we need strong policies.

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Blog

Recover, Reclaim, Reuse – The Coolest Way to Manage Refrigerants

Washington state leads the way by proposing a bounty on super-polluting HFC refrigerant gases

HB 2401 - a first-in-the-nation bill on recovery, reclamation and reuse of refrigerants - represents a promising approach for taking action on super-polluting HFCs that should be a model for states looking to bolster future refrigerant gas supplies and protect the climate.