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On this episode, we are joined again by Dr. Rajan Rajendran and Jennifer Butsch, Emerson’s regulatory experts. This episode of What’s New with Regs walks through the recently approved American Innovation and Manufacturing Act (AIM Act). We discuss what the AIM Act is, what it means moving forward as well as how it is different from the Kigali Amendment. We also make a point to touch on the concept of sector base rulemaking, how the EPA might view this topic and the AIM act’s impact to low GWP Refrigerants.
Host: Lindsay Headings, Digital Marketing and Content Manager, Emerson
Co-host: Jennifer Butsch, Director of Regulatory Affairs, Emerson
Guest: Dr. Rajan Rajendran, Vice President of Systems Innovation Center and Sustainability, Emerson
- 0:09 – Welcome
- 1:03 – Introduction on AIM Act and what it is
- 1:29 – What does the AIM Act signify?
- 3:11 – Reason why AIM Act is called the American Innovation and Manufacturing Act
- 4:20 – How is AIM Act different from Kigali Amendment?
- 8:28 – Sector based rulemaking and how EPA might rule that out?
- 10:32 – GWP Refrigerants
For additional information on the AIM Act check out our E360 webinar and regulations webpage:
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