Five Grocery Outlet and Raley’s stores have raised money from the sale of refrigerant carbon credits after choosing to install refrigeration systems that use natural refrigerants instead of HFCs.
The proposed rule would set a 150-GWP limit on the use of refrigerants in many new refrigeration systems and a 700-GWP cap on new residential AC.
The 100HP chiller will be used for cooling and heating applications.
The apps are designed to enhance refrigeration uptime, reduce refrigerant leak rates, and generate new revenue.
Grocery Outlet Specifies Transcritical CO2 for New California Stores Following Energy-Efficiency Study
Transcritical CO2 (R744) is now the refrigeration specification for new stores in California for Emeryville, California-based discount retailer Grocery Outlet, with a goal of expanding the application to other regions in the U.S. This decision comes after a two-year monitoring program at an East Sacramento, California, Grocery Outlet store that opened in January 2020,…
Deadline for submission of information on products is October 15.
The EPA will address the upcoming ‘Technology Transitions’ rule in the AIM Act and take questions in a special workshop.
Sprouts is using Facilities Analyzer and Virtual Battery apps in Northern California stores.
The U.S. retail giant will use learnings from its Vista, California, store to inform CO2 rollout.
State Senator Skinner’s SB 1206 would transition California’s economy away from HFCs to natural alternatives no later than 2035.