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Less electricity used for foodstuffs in refrigerated shelves

Countless refrigerated shelves and freezers are in operation at large supermarkets and these run for 24 hours per day. The energy consumption of refrigerated installations can be reduced by up to 15% by installing a very simple module. This is demonstrated in a unique pilot project in Switzerland at the Migros branch in Bulle (FR). The technology used could well become very popular in commercial and industrial CO2 refrigeration.

Thanks to new ejector technology, retailers can reduce the energy consumption of refrigeration and freezer units by one-fifth or more. Migros and Coop have been successfully applying the technology in Switzerland for several years. Supermarkets in other countries are also increasingly turning to the resource-conserving cooling technology, whereby Switzerland is a pioneer in its implementation and application. The Swiss Federal Office of Energy is supporting the commercial launch of the technology with contributions to three practically-oriented research, pilot and demonstration projects.
Ejector cooling system conquers the market (pdf , 4475.23 kb)
Thanks to new ejector technology, retailers can reduce the energy consumption of refrigeration and freezer units by one-fifth or more. Migros and Coop have been successfully applying the technology in Switzerland for several years. Supermarkets in other countries are also increasingly turning to the resource-conserving cooling technology, whereby Switzerland is a pioneer in its implementation and application. The Swiss Federal Office of Energy is supporting the commercial launch of the technology with contributions to three practically-oriented research, pilot and demonstration projects.


Institution: BFE
Author: Dr. Benedikt Vogel
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Publication date: 07.12.2017 ID: 8924
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Countless refrigerated shelves and freezers are in operation at large supermarkets and these run for 24 hours per day. Installation of an ejector could reduce the energy consumption of refrigerated installations by 15% and more. This has been demonstrated in a unique pilot project in Switzerland at the Migros branch in Bulle (FR), a project supported by the Swiss Federal Office of Energy.  The technology used could well become very popular in commercial and industrial CO2 refrigeration.
An ejector increases the efficiency of CO2 refrigeration plant (pdf , 1078.78 kb)
Countless refrigerated shelves and freezers are in operation at large supermarkets and these run for 24 hours per day. Installation of an ejector could reduce the energy consumption of refrigerated installations by 15% and more. This has been demonstrated in a unique pilot project in Switzerland at the Migros branch in Bulle (FR), a project supported by the Swiss Federal Office of Energy. The technology used could well become very popular in commercial and industrial CO2 refrigeration.


Institution: BFE
Author: Dr. Benedikt Vogel
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Publication date: 27.01.2014 ID: 7340
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