In this event we present new developments to the joint investment framework that was first presented at the 40th Open-Ended Working Group Meeting. Implementation of the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol offers a key opportunity to minimize costs and maximize benefits (peak load, energy, cost, climate, air quality etc.) by implementing energy efficiency improvements in air conditioning and refrigeration equipment in tandem with the refrigerant transition. In order to capitalize on such an opportunity, we are building a tool for project design and/or evaluation of potential interest to energy efficiency investors and proponents of projects that co-ordinate investment in energy efficiency and refrigerant transition. This tool accounts for many commonly encountered issues related to energy efficiency and utilizes publicly available data sources. The panel will discuss potential applications and directions for future work.
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