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|Early Bird||¥35,000 prepaid|
|Sponsors 2||¥28,000 prepaid|
|Speakers (Confirmed speakers only)||¥28,000 prepaid|
|Journalists / Academia||Free|
|Reception included with registration.|
2017 will bring a new addition to the series of ATMOsphere events:the very first ATMOsphere Japan will take place in Tokyo on 20 February 2017, as the natural refrigerant event of the year!
Acknowledging Japan as the innovation hub for the latest technologies in the business of natural refrigerants, we have decided to organize the country’s very own ATMOsphere Japan conferences from this year on, encouraged by the tremendous success of our previous events and to move ATMOsphere Asia to Southeast Asia.
Already established as the most influential forum for discussions on the business case for natural refrigerants in Europe, America and Asia, ATMOsphere Japan 2017 will be a unique opportunity to discuss global and Japanese market trends with government representatives, end users, domestic and foreign manufacturers and other experts, offering unparalleled networking opportunities with top industry professionals.
The improved program offers the participants end user and supplier panels, policy, market trends and technology case study sessions inviting them to explore the latest developments and case studies from commercial and industrial refrigeration, and heat pumps as well as training and standards for natural refrigerants.
Next year’s conference will also address the highly anticipated discussion on the continuation of government subsidies for natural refrigerants based technologies and discuss the emerging signs of a healthy technological competition in the industrial and commercial refrigeration sectors which creates more choices for end users.
• Until December 10, 2016: Full refund
• Until January 10, 2017: 50% refund
• After January 10, 2017: No refund
• No charge for participant replacement within the same organisation
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