Although the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol imposes restrictions on HFCs(Refrigerant Gas R410, Refrigerant Gas R134a, Refrigerant Gas R404a, Freon Gas R404a, Juhua brand refrigerant, Juhua brand HFC Refrigerant, good quality refrigerant), the compensation reduction mechanism takes into account the actual needs of the HFCs production industry in a comprehensive manner, and the scope of compensation reduction covers a wide range. At the same time, the Kigali amendment emphasizes the principle of flexibility, and governments can independently formulate specific plans according to their national conditions, while satisfying the obligation of total reduction.
In September 2007, the 19th Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol adopted an adjustment to accelerate the phase-out of HCFCs. It is stipulated that developed countries will complete the phase-out of HCFCs by 2020. China started the HCFCs phase-out procedure in November 2008, with the following steps: The domestic HCFCs consumption freeze in 2013 was the average in 2009 and 2010. By 2015, we will cut 10% of the baseline level, by 35% by 2020, and by 67.5% by 2025. By 2030, we will only maintain 2.5% of maintenance. The comparison of the phase-out process between developed and developing countries is shown in the table below