DETROIT – Denso Corp. will be ready in the event the auto industry adopts carbon dioxide (CO2) as an air-conditioning refrigerant in future vehicles. Japan’s No.1 parts maker, which claims the world’s top spot in producing climate control systems, supports CO2 because it is an abundant refrigerant that exists in nature, has a negligible effect on the environment and can be used for heat-pump systems in electric or hybrid vehicles. The supplier discussed its CO2 initiative Monday at the ...

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