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The "Barjeel" was used as an air cooler and air purifier in traditional Arabic architecture before air-conditioners were invented.
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Score: 1231807.1 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/node/624
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Climate impacts are critical for a few key products - mainly refrigerators and air conditioners, but also water heaters - need to account for climate influences in the test procedure (or algorithm) ! (...) Undertake initial investigations on feasibility of modelling based on test data Energy Efficient StrategiesProduct Summary - Air conditionersAir conditioners ! large world trade ! (...) Energy Efficient StrategiesProduct Summary - Air conditionersAir conditioners ! good prospects for a conversion algorithm, but there is still significant development work to be done !
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Score: 1229877.6 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...rgy/op/clasp_harringtonppt.pdf
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. • Private third party certification and verification systems • AHAM Verifide • Refrigerators, Freezers, Dehumidifiers, Room Air Conditioners, Dishwashers, Clothes Washers, Clothes Tumble Dryers, Portable Air Cleaners • Used by U.S.
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Score: 1222287.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/tbt_e/3_US_1_e.pdf
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Title of the EOI: Provision of Floor Standing Air Conditioners and Spare Parts to UNMISS in Juba, Republic of South Sudan Date of this EOI: 14 January 2022 Closing Date for Receipt of EOI: 4 February 2022 EOI Number: EOIUNMISS19297 Beneficiary Country/Territory: South Sudan Commodity/Service category: Facility Management Address EOI response by fax or e-mail to the Attention of: Chief Procurement Officer Unmiss Hq, Tomping Site Near Juba International Airport, Room # 3C/02 Juba, Republic Of South Sudan Fax Number: E-mail Address: sirilo@un.org; chaka@un.org UNSPSC Code: 40101701 OSCM/REOI v2021-01 [EN] DESCRIPTION OF REQUIREMENTS 1. The United Nations Mission in the Republic of South Sudan (UNMISS) has a requirement for the Provision of Floor Standing Air Conditioners and Spare Parts to UNMISS in Juba, Republic of South Sudan and hereby solicits Expression of Interest (EOI) from qualified and interested vendors.        (...) The REOI, clearly marked “Request for Expression of Interest for the Provision of Floor Standing Air Conditioners and Spare Parts to UNMISS in Juba, Republic of South Sudan” must be received by UNMISS not later than COB Friday ,04 February 2022, via e-mail address sirilo@un.org with a copy to chaka@un.org or if by hand, to the attention of the Chief Procurement Officer, United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) near Juba International Airport, Room No.: 3C/02, Juba, South Sudan, Tel: +211912067160.      
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Score: 1217112.7 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/s...pts.ptd/files/pdf/eoi19297.pdf
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Passenger cars 2. Trucks 3. Air conditioners 4. Television receivers 5. Video tape recorders 6. (...) Indication on products: Main stipulations of Top Runner Program Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Agency for Natural Resources and Energy 1174 1220 1241 1212 1157 1048 1028 1028 997 966 924 884 870 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1 9 9 9 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 3 2 0 0 4 2 0 0 5 2 0 0 6 2 0 0 7 2 0 0 8 2 0 0 9 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 1FY 25.9% improvement Outcome of the Top Runner Program [Air conditioners] Transition in fuel economy of average new cars Fuel economy (km/L) (Note) Fuel economy values for the 10-15 mode.
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Score: 1210203.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/tbt_e/2_Japan_e.pdf
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Complement the CECP endorsement label 29 May 2001 Lessons Learned in Asia: Regional Symposium on Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling Danish Energy Management A/S China – Certification & Labeling (5) • Promulgation of an energy labeling framework: – Develop energy labelling implementation plan – Develop energy performance testing infrastructure – Develop framework legislation for energy labelling • Design of a unified energy label: – Selection target appliance types – Develop energy consumption and performance metrics – Establish energy performance test procedures – Determine desired informational content needed in the label – Determine presentational format and design of the energy label 29 May 2001 Lessons Learned in Asia: Regional Symposium on Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling Danish Energy Management A/S Thailand – Labeling Leads to Standards (1) • Thailand was first Asian country to develop comprehensive DSM Master Plan (in 1991) • DSM program had voluntary labeling for 2 products: refrigerators and air conditioners • Labeling for refrigerators began in 1995 • Labeling for A/Cs began in 1996 29 May 2001 Lessons Learned in Asia: Regional Symposium on Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling Danish Energy Management A/S Thailand – Labeling Leads to Standards (2) • Rating system – # 3 rating is from 10% below to 15% above average – # 4 is 15-30% better than average – # 5 is > 30% better than average • Labels made mandatory – for single-door refrigerators in 1998 • Label “upgraded” – 20% more efficient in 2001 29 May 2001 Lessons Learned in Asia: Regional Symposium on Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling Danish Energy Management A/S Thailand – Labeling Leads to Standards (3) Average Energy Consumption of Refrigerator Program 435 425 421 398 395 394 393.00 390.00 388 386 385 385 383 340.00 360.00 380.00 400.00 420.00 440.00 Jan.95 Jun.95 Dec.95 Jun.96 Dec.96 Jun.97 Dec.97 Jun.98 Dec.98 Jun.99 Dec.99 Jan.00 Jun 00 Period kW h/y ear 29 May 2001 Lessons Learned in Asia: Regional Symposium on Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling Danish Energy Management A/S Thailand – Labeling Leads to Standards (4) • Program Impacts – Refrigerators • Peak demand reduction of 84 MW (compared to 27 MW target) • Share of high-efficiency refrigerators (# 5) increased from 12% in 1995 to 96% in 1998 • Label made mandatory for single-door refrigerators in 1998 – Air Conditioners • Peak demand reduction of 84 MW (compared to 22 MW target) • Share of high-efficiency A/Cs (# 5) increased from 19% in 1996 to 38% in 1998 29 May 2001 Lessons Learned in Asia: Regional Symposium on Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling Danish Energy Management A/S • Lessons Learned – Voluntary labels can transform a market if accompanied by massive PR and advertising – Voluntary labels have limitations if the market is not homogenous (e.g., Thai A/C industry) – Extremely cost effective • < US$60/kW – cost of avoided peak • ~ 1.1 US cents/kWh -- cost of saved energy (CSE) – Energy label (and DSM programs) paved the way for MEPS in Thailand Thailand – Labeling Leads to Standards (5) 29 May 2001 Lessons Learned in Asia: Regional Symposium on Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling Danish Energy Management A/S Republic of Korea – Effective MEPS and Labeling (1) • Background – Energy use increased more than 4-fold over past 20 years – 97% of country’s energy is imported • Legislation on standards and labels set in 1992 – refrigerators and refrigerator-freezers – room air conditioners – incandescent lamps – T-10 fluorescent tube lamps – fluorescent lamp ballasts – passenger cars • 3 new products regulated in 1999 – screw-based compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs), clothes washers, and household gas boilers. 29 May 2001 Lessons Learned in Asia: Regional Symposium on Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling Danish Energy Management A/S • Phasing of legislation – Year 1: mandatory energy labeling effective and minimum energy performance standards (MEPS) announced – Year 2: mandatory MEPS go into effect – Year 3: target energy performance standards (TEPS) go into effect Republic of Korea – Effective MEPS and Labeling (2) 29 May 2001 Lessons Learned in Asia: Regional Symposium on Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling Danish Energy Management A/S • Opposite of Thai ranking: #1 is the most energy-efficient • #1 products can save ~30-40% compared to #5 products • #5 is usually basis for MEPS Republic of Korea – Effective MEPS and Labeling (3) Fluorescent ballast label 29 May 2001 Lessons Learned in Asia: Regional Symposium on Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling Danish Energy Management A/S Impact of the program 1993 energy use 2000 energy use (market average) (market average) Refrigerator-freezers KWh/mo/liter 0.113 0.065 74% Air conditioners Coefficient of performance 2.4 3.7 54% Incandescent lamps Lumens/W 10 11 10% Fluorescent lamps Lumens/W 65 90 39% Appliance Type Measurement units % improvement in efficiency Republic of Korea – Effective MEPS and Labeling (4) 29 May 2001 Lessons Learned in Asia: Regional Symposium on Energy Efficiency Standards and Labeling Danish Energy Management A/S Conclusions • There is a wealth of experience in S&L in Asia • Multiple opportunities for for “tech transfer” – Horizontally across Asia – From Asia to Europe, U.S., and Latin America • Consumer research and label design is important • Voluntary labeling can be effective in certain cases • Endorsement labeling programs can complement mandatory labeling or MEPS programs • Labeling can be a good first step toward MEPS Main Contents Agenda Day One Learning By Doing: The Weath of Experience Implementing Standards and Labelling Programmes in Asia Paper Presentation
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Score: 1208775.3 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev.../energy/op/clasp_dupontppt.pdf
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Scoping and Scoping Report for the draft “Roadmap for production and use of hydrogen in Ukraine” 2  The current status and the main trends for environmental and health aspects are a basis for an identification of the specific issues which may be relevant to the production and use of hydrogen  Ambient air  GHG emissions and climate change  Water resources and waste water  Land and soil  Biodiversity and ecosystems  Solid waste  Population and health  Livelihood and socio-economic aspects  Renewable energy sources  Transport Environmental and health baseline 3 Dynamics of pollutant emissions into atmosphere in Ukraine Example of the trend 4 6, 67 8 6, 87 7 6, 82 1 6, 72 0 5, 34 6 4, 52 1 4, 68 7 4, 23 1 4, 12 1 4, 11 9 4, 13 2 4, 37 5 4, 33 5 4, 29 5 3, 35 0 2, 85 7 3, 07 8 2, 58 5 2, 50 8 2, 46 0 2, 54 6 2, 50 3 2, 48 6 2, 42 5 1, 99 6 1, 66 4 1, 60 9 1, 64 6 1, 61 3 1, 66 0 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014* 2015* 2016* 2017* 2018* 2019* th ou sa nd to ns Total Stationary sources Mobile sources**  The identified environmental and health objectives will serve as a basis for the development of the reference framework for the policy evaluation of the Roadmap.  Ambient air  Climate change  Water resources  Land and soil  Biodiversity and ecosystems  Waste  Health  Livelihood/socio-economic aspects  Renewable energy sources  Transport Environmental and health policy objectives relevant for the Roadmap 5 Main objectives stipulated by key national strategic documents and legal acts relevant to draft Roadmap and to SEA process Extract from the table 6 Strategic or legal document Main objectives/targets Ambient air Law of Ukraine "Basic principles (strategy) of state environmental policy of Ukraine until 2030" (2019) - To reduce emissions of pollutants into the atmosphere from stationary sources (conditionally reduced to carbon monoxide, taking into account the relative aggressiveness of major pollutants) from 100% in 2015 to 85% in 2030 - To reduce emissions of pollutants into the atmosphere from mobile sources (conditionally reduced to carbon monoxide, taking into account the relative aggressiveness of major pollutants) from 100% in 2015 to 70% in 2030 Climate change National Transport Strategy of Ukraine for the period up to 2030 (order of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated 30.05.2018 № 430-r) - Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere from mobile sources to 60% of the 1990 level, in particular due to an increase in the share of public transport and electric transport, electric buses, bicycles - Increasing the share of the use of electric vehicles and electric vehicles, in particular bringing the share of electric vehicles in domestic traffic to 75%, in 2030 - Increasing the level of use of alternative fuels and electricity to 50% by 2030 - Reduction of specific fuel consumption by 10 ton-kilometers by 30% by 2030 Water resources Concept of implementation of state policy in the field of industrial pollution - To reduce discharges of polluted wastewater into water bodies in 2030 to 5% of total discharges compared to 15.7% in 2015  Hydrogen production  Add subtext here  Add text here Identification of the environmental and health issues Extract from the table 7 Env & health aspects Potential effects to be considered in the SEA GHG emissions SMR using natural gas as feedstock (-) By-product of SMR method is carbon dioxide. (-) For the implementation of endothermic SMR process burns about half of the initial gas. (...) Initial recommendations to be considered in the draft Roadmap Examples 8 Proposed scope of SEA Extract form the table 9 Env & health aspects The key issues to be addressed in SEA Air Possible changes of air emissions from the energy sector Possible changes of air emissions from the transport sector Air emissions from biomass use GHG emissions GMG emissions from hydrogen production (comparison of technology options) Possible changes of GHG emissions from energy sector (as a result of a reduction of energy production from fossil fuels) Climate change Likely consequences of the climate change regarding energy sector (both fossil fuels and RES) Water resources Water consumption for hydrogen production Water consumption related to solar energy Likely effects of SMR production on water quality Likely effects of offshore windfarms development on coastal waters Possible changes of water pollution from energy sector (as a result of a reduction of energy production from fossil fuels) Land and soil Possible changes of impacts of energy sector on land and soil (as a result of a reduction of energy production from fossil fuels) Likely effects of solar power plans on soil Landscape Possible changes of impacts of energy sector on the landscape (as a result of a reduction of energy production from fossil fuels) Likely effects of new pipelines for hydrogen transport Likely effects of new wind farms (both onshore and offshore) Consultations and public participation 10 Thank you Gennadii Marushevskyi National Expert on SEA to UNECE’s RPTC project “Improving capacity of the Government of Ukraine to develop infrastructure for production and use of hydrogen to support green post-covid-19 recovery” gbmarysh@gmail.com Capacity-building workshop on development of hydrogen infrastructure, 25 February 2021, Kyiv, Ukraine mailto:gbmarysh@gmail.com Slide Number 1 Slide Number 2 Slide Number 3 Slide Number 4 Slide Number 5 Slide Number 6 Slide Number 7 Slide Number 8 Slide Number 9 Slide Number 10 Slide Number 11
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Score: 1207580.3 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul..._25.02.2021_G.Marushevskyi.pdf
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y belts 173/1989 Motor vehicles - safety belts 174/1989 Motor vehicles-flammability of interior materials and their testing methods 175/1989 Road vehicles-sound signalling devices technical specifications 13/8/1990 75/90 198/1990 Chicken eggs 28/10/1990 78/90 192/1989 Steel nails for use in wood and wood base materials 193/1989 Methods of test for steel nails for use in wood and wood base materials 28/11/1990 89/90 194/1990 Paints and varnishes - sampling 195/1994 Paints and varnishes-Examination and preparation of samples for testing 196/1990 Paints and varnishes-Examination and preparation of samples for testing 197/1990 Paints and varrishes - Emulsion paints 2/10/1991 110/91 161/1988 (96) Fermented milks (Yoghurt-laban-labneh) 24/11/1991 146/91 201/1990 Requirements for filling, transport, handling and storage of liquified petroleum gas cylinders. 22/7/1992 111/92 222/1991 Steel wires for fences 223/1991 Barbed wires 224/1994 Chain link fences-part 1: Requirements for materials, workmanship and erection 25/9/1992 155/92 235/1992 Motor vhicles-Methods of testing for pollutants emitted from heavy duty diesel engined vhicles part 1: Determination of exhaust gaseous pollutants 14/7/1993 172/93 220/1991 Synthetic detergent, hand dishwashing liquid 14/11/1993 253/93 255/1993 Liquid fuel dispensing pump and its verification 13/1/1999 6/99 713/1994 Toys-Geerl safety requirements " " 767/1995 Safety requirements of household and similiar electrical appliances-Part 1: General requirements " " 768/1995 Toys - General safety requirements " " 769/1995 Methods of testing toys - Part 2: Flammability test " " 771/1995 Cotton sewing threads " " 179/1996 Routine analytical cigarette smoking machine -- Definitions and standard conditions. 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" " 638/1997 Clinical thermometers"Mercury-in-glass, with maximum device". 13/1/1999 6/99 640/1997 Class 0.5,1 and 2 alternating current watthour meters . 641/1997 Methods of test and calibration of class 0.5,1 and 2 alternating current watthour meters. 642/1997 Methods of test for yoghurt 643/1997 Edible Nigella sativa seed oil 1039/1997 Pressure gauges for motor vehicle tyres 48/1998 Methods of sampling for animal feeds 217/1998 Tea 827/1998 Sweeteners permitted for use in food products. 1068/1998 Sterilized milk 1069/1998 Frozen chicken 1071/1998 Animal slaughtering requirements according to Islamic law. 1072/1998 Detection of salmonella in milk and milk prod icts 1073/1998 Beef, buffalo, mutton and goat fresh meat. 1074/1998 Beef, buffalo, mutton and goat chilled and frozen 1076/1998 Milled rice 1077/1998 Fruit and vegatable products-Determination of soluble solids content-Refractometric method. 1078/1998 Room air conditioners 1079/1998 Methods of test for room air conditioners 1080/1998 Motor vehicles :Safety glasses-Methods of mechanical tests. 1081/1998 Cold formed aluminium household utensiles. 1082/1998 Methods of test for cold formed aluminium household utensiles. 1083/1998 Absorbent cotton gauze ribbon 1084/1998 Methods of testing for absorbent cotton gauze ribbon. 1085/1998 Cermic sanitary appliances- General requirements. 1086/1998 Cermic sanitary appliances-Methods of testing for general requirements. 1087/1998 Expanded polystyrene insulation boards-Part 1: boards manufactured from expandable beads. 1088/1998 Expanded polystyrene insulation boards- Part 2: Extruded boards. 1091/1998 General requirements for the storage, transpori and handling of refined edible oils in bulk. 13/1/1999 6/99 713/1994 Toys-Geerl safety requirements " 94 767/1995 Safety requirements of household and similiar electrical appliances-Part 1: General requirements 768/1995 Toys - General-safety requirements 769/1995 Methods of testing toys - Part 2: Flammability test 771/1995 Cotton sewing threads 179/1996 Routine analytical cigarette smoking machine -- Definitions and standard conditions. 610/1996 Portable fire extinguishers-Part 3: Foam fire extinguisher 611/1996 Portable fire extinguishers - Part4: Dry powder fire extinguishers 612/1996 Methods of testing absorbent medical cotton wool 613/1996 Absorbent medical cotton wool 614/1996 Jams, jellies and marmalade 615/1996 Whole and ground. niger needs 616/1996 Cigarette determination of total nicotine -free dry particulate matter using a routine analytical smoking machine. 617/1996 Multipurpose vehicles, trucks, buses and trailers tyres- Part 1: Nomenclature, designation, dimensions, load capabilities and inflation pressures. 618/1996 Multipurpose vehicles, trucks, buses and trailers tyres-Part2: Testing methods 619/1996 Multipurpose vehicles, trucks , buses and trailers tyres-Part 3: General requirements 620/1996 Polyester cotton fabric (65/35) 621/1996 Methods of testing polyester cotton fabric 65/3 5 622/96 Length measures for general use 639/1996 Verification of medical thermometers with max. temperature device 117/1997 Methods of test for whole dates 221/1997 Methods of test for tea 633/1997 Aerosol air freshener 634/1997 Methods of testing aerosol air freshener 635/1997 Methods of test for cream 636/1997 Fabrics for civilian tents. 637/1997 Methods of testing fabrics for civilian tents. 638/1997 Clinical thermometers "Mercury-in-glass, wi& maximum device". 131/1/1999 6/99 640/1997 Class 0.5,1 and 2 alternating current watthour meters . 641/1997 Methods of test and calibration of class 0.5,1 and 2 alternating current watthour meters. 642/1997 Methods of test for yoghurt 643/1997 Edible Nigella sativa seed oil 1039/1997 Pressure gauges for motor vehicle tyres 48/1998 Methods of sampling for animal feeds 217/1998 Tea 827/1998 Sweeteners permitted for use in food products. 1068/1998 Sterilized milk 1069/1998 Frozen chicken 1071/1998 Animal slaughtering requirements according to Islamic law. 1072/1998 Detection of salmonella in milk and milk products 1073/1998 Beef, buffalo, mutton and goat firesh meat. 1074/1998 Beef, buffalo, mutton and goat chilled and frozen 1076/1998 Milled rice 1077/1998 Fruit and vegatable products-Determination. of soluble solids content-Refractometric method. 1078/1998 Room air conditioners 1079/1998 Methods of test for room air conditioners 1080/1998 Motor vehicles :Safety glasses-Methods of mechanical tests. 1081/1998 Cold formed aluminium househol d utensiles. 1082/1998 Methods of test for cold formed aluminium household utensiles. 1083/1998 Absorbent cotton gauze ribbon 1084/1998 Methods of testing for absorbent cotton catize ribbon. 1085/1998 Cermic sanitary appliances-General requir.~ments. 1086/1998 Cerinic sanitary appliances-Methods of testing for general requirements. 1087/1998 Expanded polystyrene insulation boards-Par---t 1: boards manufactured from expandable beads. 1088/1998 Expanded polystyrene insulation boards-Pal-t 2: Extruded boards. 1091/1998 General requirements for the storage, transport and handling of refmed edible oils in bulk. 13/1/1999 6/99 713/1994 Toys-Geerl safety requirements 767/1995 Safety requirements of household and similiar electrical appliances-Part 1: General requirements 768/1995 Toys - 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Score: 1207415.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/omn_e/WTACCOMN21_LEG_3.pdf
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“Buildings are a key driver of energy demand, and developments within the sector such as the growing uptake of air conditioners are having a big impact on energy and environmental trends at the global level , ” said Dr. (...) “If we don’t make buildings more efficient, their rising energy use will impact us all, whether it be through access to affordable energy services, poor air quality or higher energy bills,” warned Dr. (...) In particular, the data raises a red flag over the sharply rising demand for cooling systems and air conditioners; linked with improving living-standards in developing countries coupled with rising temperatures in many parts of the globe, due to climate change.
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Score: 1203506.1 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2018/12/1027901
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DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTFor more information contact: environment@unido.org Finding Climate Friendly Ways To Cool Down The PRAHA project: Promoting Low-GWP (global warming potential) Refrigerants for Air Conditioning Sectors in High Ambient Temperature Countries In countries with high ambient temperatures, residential air-conditioning is not a luxury; it is a necessity. Gulf countries share around 15 per cent of the global market for air conditioning, and present a special challenge for the phase out of ozone depleting substances. (...) In high ambient temperatures, air conditioners do not last or perform as well as they do in cooler countries.
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Score: 1202310.4 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...eaflet_10_Praha_170228-2_0.pdf
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