Around 60% of existing stores have already been retrofitted to natural refrigerants too for more than 700 stores’ having a total CO2 installation.
TEKO’s TECO2nditioner can improve the stability of a transcritical CO2 system.
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,…
The OEM’s new SwitchON service offers performance monitoring and digital diagnostics for various elements in a refrigeration system.
The U.K. grocery leader plans to be HFC-free by 2035.
U.S. Retailer Publix’s First CO2 System Approaches Energy Parity with HFC Counterpart in a Warm Climate
Hillphoenix’s energy analysis tool shows only 7% difference for the Florida store, with energy savings in cooler climates.
The State of the Industry report used a survey of OEMs to approximate the size of the CO2, hydrocarbons and ammonia markets in Europe.
Data from seven European supermarket pilot sites showed an energy consumption decrease of 15–23% over traditional CO2 systems.
Target’s Vista, California, store is also seeking net-zero energy certification from the International Living Future Institute.