HVAC & R 2018

HVAC&R JAPAN 2018 2018.2.27(Tue) -.3.2(Fri) International Exhibition Hall 4-6, Makuhari Messe, Japan Organizer:The Japan Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Industry Association (JRAIA)">

Keynote Speech / General Lecture / Special Event / Regular event

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Venue : Makuhari Messe, International Conference Hall

27th February Tuesday

13:30~14:30 Special Speech 2F 201

Coexistence of Architecture and the Environment : Endeavors for the Future

Tadao Ando

Architect

Tadao Ando

15:00~15:45 Keynote speech Ⅰ 2F 201

Japan’s Global Warming Policy

Akinori Kamei

Director, Environmental Economy Office, Industrial Science and Technology Policy and Environment Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

Akinori Kamei

16:00~16:45 Keynote speech Ⅱ 2F 201

Response to The Kigari Amendment to the Montreal Protocol and future measures in Japan

Kazuma Ohtani

Deputy Director, Fluoride Gases Management Office Manufacturing Industries Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

Kazuma Ohtani

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28th February Wednesday

11:00~12:00 Keynote speech Ⅲ 2F 201

Technological Innovations for Long-term Strategy to Cope with Global Warming

Mr Taishi Sugiyama

Senior Research Fellow, The Canon Institute for Global Studies

Taishi Sugiyama

13:00~17:00 Special Events 2F 201 (Japanese-English
simultaneous interpretation)

challenges and responces in HVAC sector in Japan
-legislation trends for global warming reduction, challenges and responces in HVAC sector in Japan.-

Tetsuji Okada

President, The Japan Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Industry Association

Tetsuji Okada

World regulation trend after Kigari Amendment

Manageable Concerns with refrigerant transition
-- challenges and opportunities

Mr. Steve Yurek

President and CEO,
Air-conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute

[Abstract] This history of the HVACR industry is one of successfully transitioning to different types of refrigerants. Technically more complex the Kigali transition will be challanging but accomplishable. However, perhaps the larger challenge for industry will be managing a more complex and sometimes politically challenging climate in order to be successful.

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Achieving the HFC phase-down in Europe
-The EPEE Gapometer: Roadmap and Reality-

Ms. Andrea Voigt

Director General, The European Partnership for Energy and the Environment

[Abstract] With the entry into force of the F-Gas Regulation, European Industry has started to move towards the use of lower GWP alternatives. Since the HFC phase-down is expressed in CO2-equivalent, it leaves some flexibility to do so but its targets are nevertheless very ambitious with major cuts in the coming two to three years.
The EPEE HFC Gapometer is a 2-stage project to understand and monitor the phase-down in Europe. The first stage – a roadmap to emphasize priorities in achieving the phase-down – has already been accomplished. The second stage, a reality check in the form of dedicated surveys aims to measure market reality and to identify gaps.
This presentation will concentrate on key outcomes of the surveys and resulting priorities for the market to act upon in order to ensure the achievement of the phase-down. It will also touch upon the role of energy efficiency to reduce overall greenhouse gas emissions and interactions between the F-Gas Regulation and energy efficiency policies such as Ecodesign and Energy Performance of Buildings.

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The progress of refrigerant substitution in China RACHP industry after Kigali Amdendment

Mr. Chen Jingliang

Deputy Secretary General,
China Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Industry Association

Ms. Wang Ruonan

Deputy Director of Technical & standard Dept.,
China Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Industry Association

[Abstract] China has taken full action to carry out the HPMP stage Ⅱ to achieve the target of 2020. In October 2016, the international community reached the Kigali Amendment to reduce high GWP HFCs under the Montreal Protocol, which will bring huge pressure and challenge to related industries in China. The RAC industry of China will work together with our international peers to promote the selection of more Ozone2Climate friendly alternative technology during the refrigerant substitute process.

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The future of refrigerants n Australlia
-Current trends and the implications of the Kigali Amendment-

Mr. Greg Picker

Executive Director,
Refrigerants Australia

[Abstract] The presentation will cover current changes in the refrigerant market in Australia, with a particular focus on the introduction of R32 in split air conditioners. Details of Australia;s domestic HFC ophasedown will also be presented, along with analysis about implications for the industry.

Latest situation of HFC phase-down of RACHP after Kigali amendment in Thailand

Mr Pawakiat Keratichewanun

Secretary General,
The Federation of Thai Industrie

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11:00~11:45 Lecture ① 3F 303

The global air conditioner market overview: Where do the growth opportunities lie?

Hiromi Yamaguchi

Senior Analyst, Research, Euromonitor International

Hiromi Yamaguchi

Japan Elecro-Heat Center Seminar on industrial waste heat utilization 3F 303

13:00~13:30

Over View Of Waste heat recover in Factory

Kazushige Inoue

General Manager, operations department, Japan Elecro-Heat Center

Kazushige Inoue

13:30~14:00

The introduction of the new Hot Wind Generator Heat Pump and the utilization method.
~"Neppu-ton" Hot Wind Generator Using High-efficiency Air to Air Heat Pump and the introduction example.~

Shigeru Yoshida

Manager, Heat Pump Designing Group,
MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES THERMAL SYSTEMS,LTD

Shigeru Yoshida

14:00~14:30

《Engineering 1》The several application case of the heat recycle system using the heat pump (in medical, food, printing factory)

Atsushi Fukasawa

Manager, Industry Solution Sales Division 1, Nippon Electric Co., Ltd.

Atsushi Fukasawa

14:30~15:00

《Engineering 2》The several application case of the heat recycle system using the heat pump (in machine, food, medical factory)

Hiroshi Matsuo

Genaral Manager, Engineering Dept. Engineering Div., KIMURA CHEMICAL PLANTS CO., LTD.

Hiroshi Matsuo

15:00~15:30

《Heat exchanger》 The several application case of the heat recycle system using the heat exchanger

Kenji Iwasawa

CEO, MDI CO., LTD.

Kenji Iwasawa

16:00~16:45 Lecture ② 3F 303

The Trends of BACS/BENS toward IoT

Takeji Toyoda

President, TOYODA SI PE Consultant

Takeji Toyoda

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1st March Thursday

11:00~11:45 Lecture ③ 2F 201

Heat Pump/Hot Water/Air Conditioner Market Forecast

Kohei Shimizu

Assistant Manager, Tokyo Marketing Div, Fujikeizai CO., LTD.

Kohei Shimizu

13:00~13:45 Lecture ④ 2F 201

About deregulation of high pressure gas safety act

Kenji Matsuda

Senior Manager, Engineering Department, The Japan Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Industry Association

Kenji Matsuda

14:00~14:45 Lecture ⑤ 2F 201

Current situation and prospects of refrigerants in AC&R

Kenji Takizawa

Senior Researcher, Research Institute for Sustainable Chemistry, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

Kenji Takizawa

15:00~15:45 Lecture ⑥ 2F 201

Renewable Heat Pump Engineering in Kajima Corporation

Masaki Shioya

Exective Research Engineer, Technical Research Institute, Kajima Corporation

Masaki Shioya

11:00~11:30 Lecture ⑦ 3F 303

Development of remote service "ENESINFO" for optimum control of hybrid VRF "SMART MULTI"

Ken Yasuda

Manager, Solution Technology Dept., TOKYO GAS CO.,LTD

Ken Yasuda

13:00~16:00 Regular event 3F 303

The Seminar of Technology Award

Japan Society of Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers

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2nd March Friday

11:00~12:00 Lecture ⑧ 2F 201

Act on Rational Use and Proper Management of Fluorocarbons
notices and industry efforts

Tsutomu Osawa

Deputy Secretary General, Japan Association of Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Contractors

Tsutomu Osawa

11:00~12:00 Lecture ⑨ 3F 303

Trends in the near future of renewable energy utilization technology "heat pump"

Takuo Soga

Manager, Division, Heat Pump & Thermal Storage Technology Center of Japan

Takuo Soga

13:00~13:45 Lecture ⑩ 2F 201

Refrigerant Management System useful to follow the Act on Rational Use and Proper Management of Fluorocarbons and its effective utilization

Hideyuki Toyama

Manager, Information System Department, Japan Refrigerants and Environment Conservation Organization

Hideyuki Toyama

13:00~13:45 Lecture ⑪ 3F 303

The current situation and future direction of the performance tests for Heat Pump Water Heater

Tomoyoshi Takeuchi

Executive Director, Japan Air Conditioning And Refrigeration Testing Laboratory

Tomoyoshi Takeuchi

Shunsuke Itonaga

Testing Dept. Manager, Japan Air Conditioning And Refrigeration Testing Laboratory

Shunsuke Itonaga

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