The Refrigeration Revolution – Daniel Clark is available as a Refrigeration Expert Speaker to expand on the important global changes within the refrigeration sector.

With an increasing focus throughout the developed world on reducing the reliance on HFC refrigerants, the refrigeration industry is being challenged more than ever before. Never has the cooling industry had to develop transformational technologies so quickly and deliver them to so many. The scrutiny on HFC refrigerants not only poses a huge challenge to the refrigeration industry, but the businesses it serves.

End users of refrigeration systems are faced with complex investment decisions, having to choose from an array of technology options for both synthetic and natural refrigerant technologies. When you consider the first cost of new refrigeration systems and then combine it with the enormous energy costs they generate throughout their life cycle, it becomes clear that these are fundamental investment decisions, significantly impacting on the future profitability and operation of reliant businesses.

These are certainly demanding but exciting times for the refrigeration industry and I hope my work together with this blog continue to contribute to the shift to more sustainable refrigeration. I believe that sharing knowledge will further understanding and the use of best practice, thus benefitting both the end user and the refrigeration industry as a whole.

When you consider the first cost of new refrigeration systems and then combine it with the enormous energy costs they generate throughout their life cycle, it becomes clear that these are fundamental investment decisions, significantly impacting on the future profitability and operation of reliant businesses.

Refrigeration Expert Speaker

I am available as a Refrigeration Expert Speaker internationally on matters of refrigeration technology and strategic refrigeration policy, having experience in delivering presentations to both corporate and technical audiences.

I have previously spoken at a number of key events, including the Consumer Goods Forum, Refrigeration Summit 2013, London; alongside the UK Minister for Energy and Climate Change. I presented on market leading projects, which use CO2 as a refrigerant, combined with Heat Recovery, Voltage Optimisation and other innovations.

 I believe that sharing knowledge will further understanding and the use of best practice, thus benefitting both the end user and the refrigeration industry as a whole.