At the symposium, industry experts from Danfoss, refrigeration OEMs, end users, regulators, advocacy groups, and refrigerant producers came together to discuss some of the challenges facing the industry, as well as new technologies and megatrends that will impact every aspect of the commercial refrigeration market.
The new “Chilling Prospects: Providing Sustainable Cooling for All” report, released by Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) and the Kigali Cooling Efficiency Program (K-CEP), outlines recommendations on how to increase access to affordable and sustainable cooling solutions throughout the world.
Like any supermarket chain, Giant Eagle operates in a very competitive marketplace where energy management can be a crucial ingredient to success and profitability. That's why the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based chain carefully manages its stores' critical energy consumers: lighting, refrigeration and HVAC equipment.
Danfoss has purchased minority shares in Nelumbo, an American start-up company located in Hayward, California. Nelumbo has developed a unique surface treatment technology that can be used for improved heat exchanger performance and corrosion resistance.
2018 is a special year for Danfoss Drives, and a milestone in the company’s history. Fifty years ago, Danfoss began to mass-produce AC drives. Since then, Danfoss has been a forerunner in drives technology and digital solutions that enable customers to thrive in a world that is rapidly changing.
Let’s imagine two futures: The first is for the U.S. to continue to be a world innovator in HVACR technology. In this scenario, we continue our present path to a low-GWP [global warming potential] future.
Research partnership targeted sustainable buildings, low-carbon communities, and support for UN buildings standard initiative
February 8, 2018
Danfoss and The Pennsylvania State University at Philadelphia recently convened a workshop at Penn State’s School of Engineering campus at The Navy Yard in Philadelphia to examine results of a joint research-education initiative. Last year, Danfoss provided a grant to support the University’s 13-week Immersive Internship in Global Sustainability Practices and launched the collaborative Engineering Tomorrow’s Cities initiative to grow the global workforce needed to support a sustainable, low-carbon community built environment worldwide.
Known as the “Green Mountain State,” Vermont generates significant amounts of its electricity from renewable energy sources and boasts the smallest carbon footprint in the country. To make sure it stays green, Vermont's Public Utility Commission in the year 2000 created Efficiency Vermont. The innovative program is an energy resource for all in-state rate payers with the end goal of saving energy and putting money back in their pockets.