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.
In addition to being a public supermarket, the facility also houses an application development center for testing energy-efficient technologies, including a CO2 system.
In addition to manufacturing CO2 heat pumps for commercial and industrial applications, Fenagy is developing a new series of smaller isobutane-based heat pumps.
The Danish food retailer will use the Alsense application to monitor refrigeration performance as it rolls out transcritical CO2 systems.
ATMO Europe: CO2 Heat Pumps ‘Optimal’ for Applications up to 10MW, Says European Manufacturer Fenagy
The Danish OEM is currently working on 30 projects across Europe, including many district heating installations, with a total capacity of more than 50MW.
The system, powered by Advansor’s SteelXL 1.5MW heat pump, will also reduce the town’s CO2 emissions by 70%.
Two 1.5MW CO2 heat pumps will provide heating and cooling for almost 300 households.
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By recovering waste heat from its CO2 refrigeration system, the supermarket has reduced its heating bills and cut its carbon emissions by 6.7 metric tons of CO2e a year.