The private sector is actively engaged in servicing refrigeration equipment, domestic and industrial air conditioners in Turkmenistan.
According to Alexei Dmitriyev, Director of the Doly Üstünlik Economic Society, which offers cooling system maintenance services, the production of advanced equipment will reduce the demand and supply of outdated refrigerant gases.
“The production of new freons - Hydrofluoroolefins, which are paired with more modern synthetic oils, is currently increasing,” Dmitriyev said. “More and more mini-splits, automotive air conditioners, and shop windows appear on the world market that work on new mixtures and alternative substances with a low greenhouse effect and on ammonia.”
In accordance with the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol, in the framework of the UNEP, training of technicians has been launched, seminars are held to explain the use of natural mixtures, which are used in Ahal-miwe and Süýt companies’ warehouses in Turkmenistan, and at a number of country's power plants as part of firefighting systems.