German retailer Edeka Schneider has partnered with Italian OEM Epta to open what they claim to be one of the most energy-efficient supermarkets in Germany, according to a statement from the refrigeration manufacturer. “The store in Hambach is my largest and at the same time the one with the lowest energy consumption,” explained the supermarket’s…
The OEM’s new SwitchON service offers performance monitoring and digital diagnostics for various elements in a refrigeration system.
Data from seven European supermarket pilot sites showed an energy consumption decrease of 15–23% over traditional CO2 systems.
The system will provide a 10% reduction in energy consumption compared to a corresponding system using R404a, said Epta.
In project-concluding webinar, Conad Centro Nord, Consum and Mega Image discuss use of Epta systems.
Eco2Large rack allow stores to run CO2 in any location regardless of ambient temperature, Epta says.
A conference on the project will be held virtually on July 1.
The Budapest store’s transcritical system reduces energy usage by 10% compared with a traditional CO2 system, says Epta.
Five stores in the southern U.S. will use FTE technology to increase efficiency in warm climates.
At a refurbished hypermarket, Real is saving up to 30% in electricity usage with its transcritical system, while avoiding upfront capital costs, in one of the first arrangements of its kind.