The Cool Coalition connects a wide range of key actors to facilitate knowledge exchange, advocacy and joint action towards a rapid global transition to efficient and climate-friendly cooling. The Cool Coalition has already more than 80 partners driving change in the cooling sector including:
- 20 Countries: Andorra, Bangladesh, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, France, Hungary, Japan, Lebanon, North Macedonia, Morocco, Norway, Panama, Rwanda, Senegal, Spain, United Kingdom.
- An additional 26 countries developing national cooling action plans and will work with the Cool Coalition to reflect climate-friendly cooling into NDCs: Argentina, Bahamas, Bangladesh, Barbados, Brazil, Chile Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ghana, Jamaica, Kenya, Lebanon, Mexico, North Macedonia, Nigeria, Panama, Saint Lucia, Sri Lanka, Philippines, South Africa, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, Vietnam.
- 12 cities working on urban cooling as part of the initiative: Medellin, Cartagena, Independencia (Santiago), Marrakech, Tunis, El Alamein, Amaravati, Bhopal, Coimbatore, Chennai, Pune, and Rajkot
- 24 Private sector entities: Arla, Arcelik, Board, BSH, Carrier, Danfoss, European Partnership on Energy & Environment, ENGIE, Electrolux, Empower, EP100, Euroheat & Power, Godrej, International District Energy Association, International Copper Association, Ingersol Rand, Jinko Solar, Johnson Controls, Mabe, Mahindra, Sanhua, Synergi, Tabreed, Trane.
- 10 International Organizations and Intergovernmental Organizations: Climate and Clean Air Coalition, Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction, Global Institute for Green Growth, Green Climate Fund, International Energy Agency, International Renewable Energy Agency, Sustainable Energy for All Initiative, UNEP, UNIDO, World Bank Group
- 23 Civil Society Organizations: Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), Basel Agency for Sustainable Energy, Carbon Trust, C40, Care Without Harm, CLASP, Ecowas Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE), Energy Foundation China, Environmental Investigation Agency, Instituto Clima e Sociedade, Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program (K-CEP), Mission Innovation, Natural Resources Defense Council, OLADE, REN21, Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE), Rocky Mountain Institute, Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation, TERI, University of Birmingham, World Wildlife Fund, Yale Center for Ecosystems in Architecture.