Toby Peters, Chief Executive of Dearman – the clean cold technology company – will be speaking at REFF-Wall Street in New York on June 24.
Peters will highlight the critical role that cold plays in national and international energy systems, the growing environmental impact of cooling and the potential for cold technologies to become a major growth market within the renewables sector.
He will call for a joined-up, systems-level approach to the development of ‘clean cold’ infrastructure, with governments, investors and technology companies working together to enable the formation of a ‘cold economy’ worth billions of dollars and capable of supporting thousands of jobs.
The US has a major, established demand for cooling. It kilowatt hours of energy annually just to provide residential cooling; 48% of domestic energy consumption in the US is used to provide either heating or cooling; and the US is the world’s largest market for transport refrigeration units, with approximately 480,000 refrigerated vehicles on the road.
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