Distributed CO2 refrigeration systems such as small racks and condensing units can help retailers change to CO2 in stages, noted Andre Patenaude at the ATMO World Summit.
The program aims to provide in-depth product, service and technology strategy sessions for European retail customers.
Numerous manufacturers and end users will share insights on CO2 trends and technologies at the in-person event in June near Washington, D.C.
This is the second store worldwide with plans to employ Energy Recovery’s device, following a Vallarta supermarket in California.
The move is part of a DKR 2.5 billion (US$366 million) investment in energy efficiency and climate-friendly technologies, which also includes solar panels and heat pumps.
The ‘smart’ CO2 supermarket will be fully functioning and run by Brugsen, Denmark’s largest cooperative retailer.
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Partnering with TEKO, Weston has installed transcritical CO2 systems at 16 new and existing stores, with six more coming by July.
The free ‘Natural Refrigerants: State of the Industry 2022’ report will launch in time for Chillventa and cover refrigeration and heat pumps in the commercial and industrial sectors.
Amazon Fresh CO2 store will try to become the first store to receive zero-carbon certification from the International Living Future Institute.
The U.S. retail giant will use learnings from its Vista, California, store to inform CO2 rollout.