Episode 35 looks at the opening of China’s first CO2 transcritical supermarket, the use of CO2 heat pump water heaters in Seattle apartments, and a report comparing the efficiency of hydrocarbons and CO2 in supermarkets.
In this week’s episode, we talk about the use of CO2 heat pump water heaters by apartment dwelllers in Seattle, the opening of China’s first transcritical CO2 supermarket in Beijing, and a new report from Emerson and ILK Dresden concluding that integral hydrocarbon display cases are more efficient than remote CO2 rack systems.
We also look ahead to the imminent publication of the next edition of Accelerate Australia & New Zealand magazine.
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