The new daily news website aims to connect the global clean cooling industry to the Japanese market.
Yokohama Reito is constructing a NatRef-based, solar-powered fish sorting and freezing facility in an area devastated by the Great East Japan Earthquake.
The Dutch supermarket employs only green energy sources – solar panels and a thermal underground reservoir.
The “Ice Ribbon” speed-skating ice rink will have a cooling capacity of 4MW (1,137TR).
Nissui Logistics Corporation, the first to test the NewTon system in 2008, employs it at expanded Osaka-Maishima Logistics Center.
The new courses cover ammonia, CO2, and how heat pumps can be used to increase energy efficiency.
This unit bridges the gap between a small-capacity ice maker using propane and a medium-capacity machine using CO2.
The facility has three cooling chambers and a storage capacity of 50,000 metric tons of produce.
The retailer also achieved financial savings on heating and hot water production via heat recovery.
Stakeholders debate whether to use low-charge ammonia, ammonia-CO2, or CO2.
The cooperative retail network will soon have 54 stores with transcritical CO2 refrigeration, including the latest energy-saving technology.