Overview: Refrigeration & Energy Management

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Biofuels for sustainable retail logistics


Leading retailers such as Walmart, Tesco, EDEKA and SPAR are under pressure to make their transport methods more environmentally friendly. They are therefore trialling alternative drive methods such as biofuels.
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How do retail companies save energy?


The study "Energy Management in Retail 2023" provides insights into the energy consumption of retail companies. Examples of how they save energy are intended to serve as inspiration for others.
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Danfoss leads the way to zero-emission supermarkets


Danfoss is testing what environmentally friendly supermarkets could look like in a smart store. State-of-the-art technologies in the fields of refrigeration, heat recovery and energy management are being used.
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Bestseller joins a pioneering voyage


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Filters for refrigerated cabinets and cold rooms


Efficient cooling of food involves more than just ensuring cold temperatures. CNT Technology has developed a filter to improve cooling performance and protect refrigerated cabinets.
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The Express Store by Viessmann and Pixevia at EuroShop 2023 with a refrigerated island in front of the small store; Copyright: Viessmann

Express Store from Viessmann and Pixevia at EuroShop 2023


Enabling a comfortable "just-walk-out" shopping experience, thanks to state-of-the-art technology: Viessmann presented such a convenience store at EuroShop 2023 in Düsseldorf.
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Natural refrigerants: the new cool


Food refrigeration in grocery stores is directly linked to global warming. Natural refrigerants reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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CO2 refrigeration system for grocery retailers


The challenge for food retailers to refrigerate efficiently and sustainably is growing. Innovative technologies can help.
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A large stand of Arneg at EuroShop with various refrigerated cabinets

The Arneg Group will bring ‘Respect’ to Euroshop 2023


The Arneg Group is gearing up for the 21st edition of EuroShop with the message RESPECT – an all-encompassing concept to enable companies to work together for responsible growth.
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Energy management: ecological footprint in bakeries


Intelligent planning can counteract food and energy waste. The EIT Food project PrO4Bake aims to use AI to optimize the daily processes of bakeries.
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