Alan Lin from METRO China told last week’s ATMOsphere China conference that the firm would fit CO2 transcritical systems in all its new stores by 2025.
The ATMOsphere Review Board has chosen the first round of technology case studies from international and domestic manufacturers promising to transition to natural refrigerants in the Chinese market.
CO2 experts from around the world gathered in Tianjin, China on 17-18 September for the first edition of the International Symposium on Natural Working Fluid CO2 Refrigeration and Heat Pump Technology.
Olaf Schulze, director of energy management at METRO AG, discusses the retail giant’s progress installing natural refrigerant systems in a video message to ATMOsphere Asia 2017.
Italy-based CO2 system supplier SCM Frigo has announced it will install a CO2 transcritical system in a METRO Wholesale store in Beijing, China, by the end of this year. The system will be the first in China for both METRO AG and SCM Frigo.
From 17-18 September, at the Crystal Palace Hotel in Tianjin, China, the International Symposium on Natural Working Fluid CO2 Refrigeration and Heat Pump Technology will be held to discuss how to enhance the market competitiveness of CO2 in China.