Greenhouse Gas Inventory of the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Sector in Costa Rica

01/2020 | Report
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The inventory report provides detailed information on the emissions caused by cooling and air conditioning in Costa Rica. The results serve as the basis for a list of potential measures to save greenhouse gases in the cooling sector and thus make a contribution to the national climate protection goals.

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