India Cooling Action Plan 2019




Cooling is associated with economic growth, health, wellbeing and productivity of people in hot climates. The growing economy of India is characterised by rising per capita income, rapid urbanisation and increasing heat waves. Yet, the country is marked by low penetration of air-conditioning. Given the situation, addressing the rising cooling requirement is both a challenge as well as an opportunity, which requires synergy in policies and actions not only in meeting the cooling requirement across sectors, but also in making cooling sustainable and accessible to all. Globally, refrigerant-based cooling across buildings, cold-chain, refrigeration and transport are regulated under the 1987 Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the
Ozone Layer.


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