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 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,…
ALDI US and Grocery Outlet receive awards based on use of natural refrigerants.
Axiom Cloud’s Virtual Technician app prevented a major system failure at California store, saving an estimated $4,790.