Corpus ID: 55500699

EMISSIONS AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS FROM CHILLERS

@inproceedings{Calm1999EMISSIONSAE,
  title={EMISSIONS AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS FROM CHILLERS},
  author={J. M. Calm},
  year={1999}
}
The impacts of air conditioning and refrigeration systems on stratospheric ozone are primarily linked to release of ozone-depleting refrigerants. Their contributions to global warming stem both from release of refrigerants and from emission of greenhouse gases by associated energy use. Because the energy-related component has a higher or dominant warming impact, phaseout of the refrigerants in current use with less efficient options will have the opposite effect to that intended, namely to… Expand
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