The delegates visited Ziehl – Abegg, a family-owned business that producing fans, one of the components used in RAC sector. Its fans are produced using cutting edge technology and has been sold worldwide. Picture by: GIZ/Tjut Devi
Green Chillers NAMA project, a joint project between the Indonesian and German Government, organised a study trip for the representatives of Bandung State Polytechnic (Polban), Bali State Polytechnic (PNB), and National Professional Certification Authority (BNSP), on 16-23 July 2016, to Germany. The aim is to improve current and future practices in Indonesia’s RAC sector, specifically in hydrocarbon (HC) handling activities by providing a first-hand, practical experience on the latest HC industry development in Germany for Indonesia’s leading actors in RAC/HC training and certification.
Green Chillers NAMA project is a technical cooperation project between the Directorate of Energy Conservation, Directorate General for New, Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation (DG-NREEC), Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) and GIZ on behalf of Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB). The main objective of the project is to assist Indonesia achieves its greenhouse gas emissions target within the framework of the development of nationally appropriate mitigation actions for refrigeration and air-conditioning (RAC) systems in industrial and commercial sectors.