Leading cooling manufacturer Sanhua becomes a new Partner of United for Efficiency to accelerate the global transition to energy-efficient refrigerators and air conditioners. Sanhua is actively raising awareness about the benefits of energy-efficient solutions and the energy-saving potential of existing best-in-class cooling technology. China-headquartered Sanhua has a wealth of experience and will significantly strengthen the United for Efficiency initiative.
”We are excited about this new collaboration agreement. We look forward to working with Sanhua on our global effort supporting developing and emerging economies to reduce electricity demand and save consumers $1 trillion by 2030, mitigating climate change and air pollution at the same time,” said Paul Kellett, Project Manager of United for Efficiency.
As a United for Efficiency Partner, Sanhua will support the development of new training and policy tools for United for Efficiency to use when helping countries on their journeys to energy efficiency. This includes supporting the update of the United for Efficiency Country Savings Assessments by providing expertise and market intelligence.
Dr. Huang Lin-Jie, Vice President and Chief Scientist of Sanhua Holding Group, said: “Public-private partnerships like United for Efficiency are key, as they bring together stakeholders with varying views to jointly form recommendations and support countries in the market transformation. By creating low-carbon and energy-efficient cooling and heating solutions in the HVAC&R and home appliances, Sanhua is very pleased to join the campaign to create a global green environment. Sanhua is committed to making sustained efforts to thermal energy efficiency and looks forward to providing our technical expertise and guidance within this partnership.”
Partners contribute to the success of the United for Efficiency initiative in a variety of ways, such as providing funding for specific activities, technical expertise, market intelligence, project development input and outreach support. Currently, United for Efficiency has over 30 Partners, including manufacturers, intergovernmental organisations, environmental groups, like-minded initiatives and academic institutions.
United for Efficiency Partners receive international visibility and contribute to reducing the world’s growing electricity consumption, thus improving air quality and mitigating climate change around the world.