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UK to host workshop on breaking down Indian clean cold barriers
2017/11/12
10 November, 2017
University of Birmingham will next week host policy makers from across India to set out targets for tackling technical and political barriers to greener cold chains
 
Indian policy makers will take part in a clean cold workshop at the University of Birmingham next week to support a better understanding of the technical, economic and political challenges for sustainable cooling at a regional and global level.
 
Professor Toby Peters from the Birmingham Energy Institute, which is hosted at the university, said that the workshop would bring together end users and experts to rethink specific cold chain challenges in the states of Haryana, Punjab and Andhra Pradesh.
 
The workshop is described as serving as an “anchor point” to look at how technology and politics may transform food cooling and logistics in ways that will directly influence global policy. This work will directly tie in to the inaugural clean cold congress the university will host next year.
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