Green Cooling in supermarkets Best available technology and financing options, with a special focus on Kenya

07/2021 | Report

This paper seeks to raise awareness among supermarket chains active in Africa about the political obligations related to climate change and ozone depletion that will increasingly affect the cooling sector. It further describes potential technical opportunities that already exist in the context of Green Cooling and discuss initial ideas on how such solutions may receive additional support and finance, and how activities in this regard may be integrated in broader sustainability reporting.

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