The retailer also achieved financial savings on heating and hot water production via heat recovery.
A subcooling system equipped with thermoelectric modules improves cooling capacity up to 33%, and COP upto 24%, a study found.
The cooperative retail network will soon have 54 stores with transcritical CO2 refrigeration, including the latest energy-saving technology.
Carrier will supply its transcritical technology to 760 Cash & Carry stores in deal completed at EuroShop.
The transcritical system supplies 90 refrigeration points at Michael’s SUPA IGA store in Keysborough, Victoria.
Japanese OEM is launching a new 10HP model for European market.
Sales are scheduled to begin in the summer of 2020.