Professor Armin Hafner of NTNU calls for governmental loans to overcome higher costs of NatRef systems.
The EU-funded MultiPACK project is testing the performance of cooling/heating CO2 solutions in supermarkets and other buildings.
The first combined CO2 heat pump installed at a Scandinavian hotel delivers significant energy savings of up to 69%, heard the audience at a recent conference in Ohrid.
CO2-based technology can provide efficient heating and cooling in Spanish supermarkets despite the country’s warm climate, according to a paper presented by experts from the NTNU and SINTEF at Gustav Lorentzen this week. Estimations based on six representative cities show how HFC-free solutions lead to remarkable energy savings. The EU F-Gas Regulation bans the use…
Efficient CO2 refrigerant solutions for warm ambient temperatures was a key topic of discussion at the Gustav Lorentzen 2014 (GL 2014) Conference on Natural refrigerants, which took place from 31 August to 2 September 2014 in Hangzhou, China. R744.com, a silver sponsor of GL 2014 together with market development company shecco, reports on the latest technological developments and research into expanding the use of CO2 transcritical to southern climates, which represent a si