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Danfoss has commenced construction of one of the world’s most energy-efficient supermarkets to showcase refrigeration and heating technologies.
BITZER has created a new system to freeze tuna at the Chian Chen Fishing Port in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
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ENGIE Refrigeration has delivered five thermeco2 high temperature heat pumps to the Osatina Group, one of the leading food producers in Croatia.
Organic cheesemaker, Woerle, has installed three ammonia compressor packs from BITZER.
Drinks manufacturer, innocent, has partnered with GEA to begin construction on the world’s first carbon neutral juice factory.
The systems enable perishable shipments to travel farther, while retaining commodity quality.
An elementary school in Connecticut has installed a new closed circuit cooling tower.
ABB takes a look at the prefabrication construction model used at the University of Queensland's Andrew N. Liveris Building.
BITZER has future-proofed production facilities at meat processing company, Sutter GmbH.
With a heating capacity of 10MW each, four ammonia heat pumps were installed next to a sewage treatment plant and waste incinerator to provide heating in Sweden.
Roca Group CEO, Albert Magrans, said the company is implementing a global decarbonisation strategy.
Three of the venues for next year’s Beijing Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games have selected R449A.
Whole Foods Market will retrofit its commercial refrigeration systems at more than 100 stores with R-448A.
The model is especially eco-friendly, partly because it utilises the natural refrigerant CO2 and partly because it provides cold and heat simultaneously.