In the European Parliament's vote on the environment on June 19, 2013, the ban on the use of HFCS refrigerants (such as refrigeration equipment, heat pumps) was favored, and the European Parliament Committee voted against the ban on the export of these machines (refrigerators with HFCS). Repair/maintenance refrigerant GWP > 2500 (greenhouse potential)
In the 28th Montreal Protocol, 200 countries reached an agreement on the reduction of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) and signed an agreement.
According to the contents of the amendment, more than 100 developing countries, including China, will freeze (HFCs) consumption and production from 2024.
If the international community does not control (HFCs) emissions, then the contribution rate to global CO2 emissions by 2025 (HFCs) will reach 25%.
By 2040, all countries expect (HFCs) consumption to be no more than 15%-20% of their respective benchmarks.
Countries agree to provide adequate funding for reductions (HFCs) (approximately US$ 1 billion), which will be agreed upon at the next meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol in 2017, and funding will be used first to research and develop lower-level HFCs. alternatives.