Registration closes 30 Nov 23:55
Registration closes 31 Jan 23:55
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¥25,000 at the door
|Sponsor Pass (Limited number of free participants depending on your level of sponsorship)||
|End User / Government / Academia / Journalist Pass (Max. 2 people per organisation) *Subject to approval||
|Sponsor Registration for Extra Passes (Platinum. Max. 5 people)||
|Sponsor Registration for Extra Passes (Gold. Max. 5 people)||
|Sponsor Registration for Extra Passes (Silver. Max. 5 people)||
|Reception included with registration.|
Building on the momentum of yet another successful edition of the conference last year where over 200 participants from more than 80 organisations gathered, ATMOsphere Japan is returning to Tokyo on 12 February 2019 - one day before Japan’s largest retail exhibition, the Supermarket Tradeshow.
The event is set to continue the growing discussion on opportunities for natural refrigerants in Japan, bringing together government representatives, end users, domestic and foreign manufacturers, and other experts, offering great networking opportunities with key industry leaders.
In addition, as the Tokyo 2020 Olympics nears closer, the demand for eco-friendly technology is heating up, adding to the importance of the discussion of natural refrigerant technology in the country.
Key topics of ATMO Japan 2019 include:
Reinstatement of subsidies for natural refrigerants in the cold storage, food processing and retail sectors in FY2018
Expected changes to HFC regulation and adoption of the Kigali Amendment in 2019
Results of risk assessment for A3 refrigerants
NEW:The very first Accelerate Japan Awards, recognising thought leaders of commercial and industrial refrigeration that are doing the most with natural refrigerant solutions in Japan
• Until December 10, 2018: Full refund
• Until January 10, 2019: 50% refund
• After January 10, 2019: No refund
• No charge for participant replacement within the same organisation
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