Cool Up Program Calls for Demonstration Projects Using Natural Refrigerants in Middle East and North Africa
Companies and municipalities are invited to submit proposals for projects in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon or Turkey.
Otherwise F-gases, prevalent in the four targeted countries, will be locked in for years to come as demand for refrigerants grows.
The company is specializing in CO2 refrigeration, which it has supplied to KFC outlets, a meat producer and a credit-card company.
The six-year program supports implementation of energy-efficient and natural refrigerant-based systems in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey.
Amman, Jordan, store is saving 40,000kWh per year in a high-temperature climate after leap-frogging from R22 to CO2, bypassing HFCs.
Epta’s FTE system consumes 40%-50% less energy than an R404A system in a first-of-its-kind supermarket installation.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is partnering with a Turkish firm to improve its sales network for air conditioning and refrigeration in Turkey.
Opened today, the store uses parallel compression and ejector technology to cope with high ambient temperatures common in the Middle East.