The online event featured 19 webinars, which garnered more than 8,000 global views on multiple platforms and 52,000 impressions on social media.
The global online event, free to attend March 30-31, will cover key market and policy trends and new technologies using natural refrigerants.
The U.S. manufacturer adapted its ammonia semi-hermetic screw compressor for the growing CO2 industrial refrigeration market.
Less than 10% of major cooling providers have set net-zero goals, according to ‘Cooling Suppliers: Who is Winning the Race to Zero?’.
At the Sustainable Management Of Refrigeration Technologies in the Marine And Off-Shore Fisheries Sectors conference in Bangkok, Thailand, attendees heard that most of the Dutch high-sea fishing fleet is now using NH3-CO2 cascades.
French food retail giant Carrefour set the stage for a broad discussion during its ‘Innovation Forum’ about competition between natural systems, the trend towards smaller stores, and the need for integrated HVAC&R solutions.
In addition to featuring a number of low-charge ammonia products, the IARW-WFLO Convention & Expo, held in Orlando, Florida on 26 – 19 April, included several exhibitors promoting CO2-only and ammonia/CO2 refrigeration systems. While CO2 is still relatively new for the refrigerated warehouse operators attending the show, it is slowly gaining traction as an alternative to traditional high-charge ammonia systems.