A new energy efficiency network within the global retail giant Metro Group is translating into a strong commitment to natural refrigerants.
12th IIR Gustav Lorentzen Natural Working Fluids Conference, to take place in Edinburgh next week, will review latest trends and innovations related to natural refrigerants.
With innovation set to take centre stage at this year’s Chillventa, to be held on 11-13 October in Nuremberg, Germany, Swedish giant Alfa Laval is poised to launch six new cooling products at the event.
Italy-based multinational CAREL has recorded a significant spike in sales thanks to European retail market growth, due in part to the growing popularity of CO2-based HVAC&R systems.
With Parties to the Montreal Protocol currently engaged in talks that could establish a pathway to a global HFC phase-down, a new UNEP report demonstrates how natural refrigerants are delivering climate-friendly refrigeration solutions for commercial and transport refrigeration worldwide.
Ammonia remains at the heart of food refrigeration despite recent uptake of CO2 technologies, heard participants in a Eurammon symposium last month.
Danish company Advansor is showing how CO2 transcritical technology can be rolled out across the world and in all climates. To mark the firm’s 10th anniversary, Accelerate Europe spoke to founder and managing director Kim G. Christensen about their journey so far and his vision for the next 10 years.
A CO2 transcritical booster system is helping to deliver energy savings at a Co-op supermarket in the northern English town of Horwich, near Manchester.