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Webinar 4 | Jul-16 | The big chill: Off-grid cooling

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Philipp Denzinger

Cooling is crucial in off-grid villages throughout the developing world: water, refrigeration for vaccines, cooling for Maasai cheese, and even spaces, whether for productive uses of energy (cold chains for fish or agricultural / dairy products) or homes and community spaces.

In this webinar, we will hear from several speakers regarding the challenges and opportunities for cooling in off-grid villages. What innovative solutions have they discovered? How can keeping cool improve the lives of people throughout the developing world, particularly the hottest places? As well, what about the environmental impacts of cooling – how can we ensure keeping cool doesn’t cause further global warming?

Our webinar series is a little different: each expert will speak for less than 10 minutes and will focus on their on-the-ground experience using photos to tell their story.
Speakers:

Mr. Philipp Denzinger, Project Manager, Green Cooling Initiative, GIZ
Mr. Godwin Osigwe, Founder and CEO, Windair System Ltd.
Dr Terry Thomas, Head Development Technology Unit, Engineering Dept, Warwick University
Mr. Sam White, Director, Promethean Power Systems

More -> http://e4sv.org/events/big-chill-off-grid-cooling-water-refrigeration-spaces/

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Webinar 4 | Jul-16 | The big chill: Off-grid cooling

  1. 1. page 1 The big chill: Off-grid cooling Smart Villages Webinar, 30th June 2016 Philipp Denzinger ProKlima International philipp.denzinger@giz.de
  2. 2. page 2 The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH (ltd.) is  an international cooperation enterprise for sustainable development with worldwide operations, established in 1975.  operates throughout Germany and in more than 130 countries worldwide.  more than 16,500 staff members around the globe, some 70% of whom are employed locally as national personnel.  business volume: about EUR 1.9 billion (31 December 2013)
  3. 3. page 3 Bolivia HPMP servicing Brazil HPMP servicing Brazil Fridge-recycling Kenya (with AFD) HPMP refrigeration Lesotho HPMP refrigeration Liberia HPMP refrigeration Mauritius HPMP refrigeration Namibia HPMP refrigeration Seychelles HPMP refrigeration Zimbabwe HPMP foam Zimbabwe HPMP servicing Mauritius Air-conditioning South Africa Supermarket South Africa Transport refrigeration Swaziland Solar Chill Swaziland The Fridge Factory Papua New Guinea HPMP refrigeration China HPMP foam India HPMP servicing China Air-Conditioning China XPS- Foam India Air-conditioning Indonesia Green Chillers Indonesia Chiller (Alcohol) Global NAMA Global GCI Global ODS Banks Afghanistan HPMP refrigeration Iran HPMP foam Iran HPMP refrigeration Yemen Methyl bromide Phase-Out Jordan Methyl bromide Phase-Out Azerbaijan NAMA Foam Jordan Solar Cooling Proklima International 2015 Past projects 20 years > 240 projects in 40 partner countries  reduction of ~10.000 ODP t and ~ 100 Mio tons CO2eq.
  4. 4. page 4 Training Capacity building Policy advice Technology transfer Proklima’s core competences
  5. 5. page 5 About the project: • Global Project • 2012-2017 (Phase I.) • Financed by the German Ministry of Environmental • Political decision makers, technology suppliers and importers, research institutes, trainers, technicians, NGOs GreenCoolingInitiative Supported by Objective: Promote climate-friendly and sustainable cooling technologies globally Activities: • Support of the UN Technology Mechanism (TEC/CTCN) • Establish Green Cooling Network and Platform • Encourage technology partnerships • Provide material and instruments for promoting Green Cooling. Philipp Denzinger (GIZ)
  6. 6. page 6 Aiming at a reduction of emissions from the cooling sectors, the Green Cooling Initiative combines three approaches: • promoting natural refrigerants, • maximising energy efficiency, • fosters a sustainable approach to private and commercial energy consumption. What is Green Cooling? Philipp Denzinger (GIZ) Green Cooling helps to protect the environment, resources and the climate!
  7. 7. page 7 Climate impact of RAC 03/07/2016 GHG-Emissions Indirect emissions (electricity consumption from fossil fuels) Direct emissions refrigerants (HCFC, HFC) leakages, high GWP
  8. 8. page 8 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 2009 2020 2030 Development of world‘s middle class Middle East & North Africa Sub-Saharan Africa Asia Pacific Central & South America Europe North America Growing RAC Sector • Population and economic growth • > 9 bio people in 2050 • GDP triple until 2030 • 80% of RAC consumers are in DC and emerging economies • AC demand grows by a factor 14 until 2050 (IEA) • Off grid RAC solutions are required! • HFCs are not a sustainable long term solution  Sustainable alternatives to HFCs are essential to meet climate and economic goals
  9. 9. page 9 Leapfrogging - Saving green house gas emissions saving tremendous costs by avoiding multiple conversions! Ozone depleting High global warming potential Deplete natural ressources and harm the environment Are patented Occur naturally Environmentally-friendly Low or no GWP
  10. 10. page 10 Technology Demonstration Projects with Hydrocarbons PV System for a Fish Cold Store Kenya Solar Refrigeration Swaziland ProductionBulkCooling Solar Powered cold rooms for fruit/vegetable in Nigeria • Production + capacity building in Africa • Natural refrigerants • Renewable energy (solar) • Solar powered cooling system • Local engineering & servicing capacity • Networking • Promote locally produced cold rooms / natural refrigerants • Off-grid energy generation through a PV System • Small-scale solar PV storage for markets • GIZ Powering Agriculture Commercial /Industrial Cooling Solar Cooling for Industry and Commerce Jordan
  11. 11. page 11 Study “Promoting Food Security and Safety via Cold Chains” by Sector Project “Basic Energy Services (HERA)” and ProKlima Aim: • Overview: existing challenges and possible solutions towards better cold chain coverage • Focus on perishable foodstuffs (vegetables and fruits, dairy, meat and fish) • Understanding of well-functioning cold chains, drivers and barriers • How to supply energy required for cooling in a climate-friendly manner
  12. 12. page 12 www.green-cooling-initiative.org
  13. 13. page 13 Prominent GCI Network Partners:
  14. 14. page 14 Download publications, training manuals, etc. www.giz.de/proklima Further Information: Our website: www.green-cooling-initiative.org Join the network: http://www.green-cooling-initiative.org/network/ Register for the GCI newsletter http://www.green-cooling-initiative.org/about/about Participate at the training „Cool Training“ in Germany https://www.giz.de/expertise/downloads/giz2014-en-cool-training.pdf Sign up to our webinars, e.g. found on the CTCN website (e.g. http://ctc-n.org/calendar/webinars)

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