Lack of uniform modeling solutions hinders natural refrigeration adoption

By Leigha Joyal Energy Analyst, Hillphoenix Last month, I wrote about the lack of effective performance baselines for natural refrigeration systems and how that makes it difficult for utilities to provide natural refrigeration incentives. In this article, we’ll talk…

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Category: Second Nature & CO2, AMS Group

Smooth Operators: Small-format retailers simplify ongoing operations with CO2

By Derryl Wright Hillphoenix Product Manager Over the past several years, some notable trends have brought changes to the retail refrigeration space. Grocery stores are getting smaller, fresh-food options are gaining ground at retailers of every size, and ozone-depleting…

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Category: Refrigeration Systems, Second Nature & CO2

Easy Maintenance Is a Bonus with Small-Format CO2 Refrigeration

By Derryl Wright Hillphoenix Product Manager In 2014, research firm Packaged Facts reported that the average size of supermarkets has been trending smaller since 2006. At the same time, consumers have continued to ask for more fresh and convenient…

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Category: Second Nature & CO2

[Infographic] Small-format retailers get a fresh opportunity

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Category: Refrigeration Systems, Merchandising, Second Nature & CO2

Utility Incentives: Lack of standard industry benchmarks still a challenge

By Leigha Joyal Energy Analyst, Hillphoenix If you’re going to reward improvement, you need a baseline against which to measure it. Therein lies one of the many challenges facing refrigeration end-users seeking utility incentives for upgrades and new installations….

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Category: Refrigeration Systems, Power Systems, Second Nature & CO2, AMS Group

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