Join the webinar to get the latest updates on how retailers can move towards zero net energy supermarkets, and hear about the success stories.
Refrigeration accounts for about 60% of total energy use in supermarkets. The shift in refrigerants in supermarkets driven by the legislation as well as sustainability decisions of leading retailers creates an opportunity to make strategic choices about system architecture and integration of refrigeration systems with other technologies that reduce the overall energy demand of a store.
The progress towards zero net energy supermarkets can be realised through coupling cooling and heating systems of the store with renewable energy sources and linking the system into a district-heating network.
- "CO2 units for supermarkets and efficient integration" - a joint presentation by:
Krzysztof Banasiak, Research Scientist, SINTEF Energi
Armin Hafner, Professor Refrigeration Technology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Ángel Álvarez Pardiñas, Researcher, NTNU
- "The electrical side of supermarkets" - Dirk Leinweber, Director Sales Food Retail, Danfoss
- "How far can we bring the technolgies – the supermarket as a ”power plant”" - Hans O. Matthiesen, Global Segment Director Food Retail, Danfoss.
Moderated by: Jonas Loholm Hamann, Communication & Public Affairs Advisor, Danfoss Cooling and Klara Zolcer Skacanova, Market Development Manager, shecco