Starting in October, the company plans to host four webinars highlighting energy-efficient and sustainable solutions for food and beverage processing, distribution, storage, retail and district heating.
The 20–200kW heat pump will provide both space and hot-water heating for multi-family residential buildings, as well as smaller commercial and industrial applications.
There will be presentations of four CO2 refrigeration case studies and four CO2 heat pump case studies.
In addition to manufacturing CO2 heat pumps for commercial and industrial applications, Fenagy is developing a new series of smaller isobutane-based heat pumps.
U.S. startup Harvest Thermal’s smart heat pump system is also said to reduce carbon emissions from heating and hot water production by 90% compared to gas systems.
There will be 11 CO2 refrigeration case studies and another four CO2 heat pump case studies.
The ATMO Approved label is a global gold standard highlighting best-in-class manufacturers of natural refrigerant systems and components.
The company updated its units to prevent the buildup of defrost ice for the growing New England market.
The company is awaiting Electrical Testing Laboratories and UL certifications