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

Securing Energy Incentives Isn’t a DIY Endeavor for Supermarkets

by Leigha Joyal Energy Analyst, Hillphoenix Food retail is among the most electricity intensive commercial enterprises, and store owners want to reduce their consumption and their bills. Utilities want to see that happen, too. Containing consumption is more cost…

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Category: Refrigeration Systems, AMS Group

The Future for Naturals is Now: Utility Incentive Success Stories

By Keilly Witman KW Refrigerant Management Strategy LLC Much has been written over the past few months about the potential for utility incentives based on natural refrigerant use in supermarkets. The word “potential,” as well as the nature of…

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Category: Second Nature & CO2, AMS Group

Anti-Sweat Control that Makes Sense and Saves Money

by Jonathan Tan, VP Energy Services The AMS Group Did you ever think about how much heat there might be in your frozen food aisles? There could be heat on the door glass, the frames around the glass, and…

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Category: AMS Group

No-Heat Freezer Doors? No Sweat!

by Jonathan Tan, VP Energy Services The AMS Group Food stores are complex. What it takes to merchandise effectively, on one hand, and operate efficiently, on the other, can be at odds with each other. Heated cooler and freezer…

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Category: Clarity, AMS Group