CO2 heat pump

Advanced CO2 heat pump solutions for the European market

ATMOsphere Europe 2015 provided a platform for the latest heat pump innovations including ENEA’s joint case study on a heat pump with a unique two-cylinder compressor, designed to cater for the European market. boostHEAT showcased its integrated heat pump/boiler solution while Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) and Sanden outlined the increased migration of their products from Asia to Europe.

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Coca-Cola

Coke’s quest to reinvent refrigeration

During the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, Greenpeace challenged Coca-Cola to stop using hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) gas as a refrigerant in its millions of vending machines and beverage coolers worldwide. The campaign worked, probably well beyond Greenpeace’s wildest dreams. Coca-Cola’s Tomas Ambrosetti and Steven Cousins explain how the Company’s number of HFC-free units installed worldwide has grown to 1.4 million in the feature interview of the 4th edition of Acceler

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Norwegian shipping

CO2 increasingly seen as a solution for the Norwegian shipping and cruise industry

Hurtigruten’s cruise liners allow tourists to discover the landscapes of Norway, as well as experience natural phenomena such as the northern lights and the midnight sun. However, like all transport and tourist activities, Hurtigruten’s operations have a direct influence on the environment. The company’s environmental policy therefore has an important role to play, and as part of their sustainability practices, Hurtigruten’s terminal in Bergen uses the natural refrigerant

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CO2 system efficiency

R744 innovations from Japan Part 2: integrated systems and improving CO2 system efficiency in warm climates

In part 2 of our reporting on the CO2 technology innovations discussed at ATMOsphere Asia 2015 we focus on the presentations from Carel, Bitzer, and Danfoss on integrated CO2 systems and technologies to increase the energy efficiency of CO2 in warm climates. These include more traditional systems such as mechanical subcooling and newer ones such as parallel compression and ejectors.

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TINE Dairy Heat Pump

TINE Dairy’s adoption of a CO2 heat pump water heater sees significant energy gains

The use of CO2 as a refrigerant is becoming increasingly widespread in food processing industries, and is beginning to make inroads in industrial heat pump applications. TINE Dairy, which is Norway’s largest producer, distributor and exporter of dairy products, is committed to upholding its sustainable profile and strives to keep up to date with the most climate friendly and energy efficient technologies. With this in mind, TINE’s factory close to the city of Trondheim in

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