Episode 27 covers COP23 , natural-refrigerant based technology trends at the DTI conference in Demark and Chinashop in China, efficiency add-ons to U.S. transcritical CO2 systems and the use of hyrdrocarbon-based systems by Belgian supermarket chain Colruyt.
In this week’s podcast we discuss the COP23 climate change conference, taking place in Bonn, Germany November 6-17, and how the Paris Agreement signatories are considering financing of climate-friendly technology, such as natural refrigerant-based equipment. We also discuss the efforts U.S. states – including California, Oregon, Washington and New York – are taking at COP23 to address climate policy.
From Denmark, we take a look the natural refrigerant-based technology trends presented at the recent Danish Technological Institute conference.
In the U.S. we talk about the growing popularity of technology that enables transcritical CO2 systems to be used more efficiently and ubiquitously, and the growing use of propane cases.
From shecco’s Asia-Pacific bureau we examine developments in natural refrigerants presented at the annual Chinese food retail tradeshow, Chinashop.
Finally, we hear from Collin Bootsveld of the Belgian supermarket chain Colruyt, on the use of hydrocarbon refrigeration systems as part of the company’s refrigeration strategy.
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