published on June 7, 2017 in Climate Change
HFCs (Hydro-Fluoro-Carbons) are commonly used in a variety of applications including air conditioning, fire protection, refrigeration and much more. They were first introduced to the manufacturing sector after the 1992 ban of CFCs (Chloro-Fluoro-Carbons) by the Montreal Protocol.
CFCs were banned due to the ozone layer damaged they caused.
Nowadays, many...Read More
published on February 15, 2017 in CO2
Since the 19th Century, ammonia has displaced CO2 as the premier industrial refrigerant around the world. That looks set to change after a new survey of over 1000 individuals involved in commercial and industrial refrigeration revealed some interesting results.
An article from Cooling Post points out that 82% of OEMs...Read More
published on March 11, 2016 in Uncategorized
The March 2016 edition carried an article on Green Kitchens. Green Cooling Director, Garry Broadbent answered questions about refrigeration and the Green Kitchen. Read more here FSE PDF Edition Green KitchensRead More
published on March 3, 2016 in Uncategorized
Green Cooling's manufacturing partner Enex is at the forefront of CO2 refrigeration developments, working with Danfoss to produce the highest levels of operational efficiency with CO2 Multi Ejector technology.Read More
published on February 3, 2016 in Uncategorized
In 2016, the refrigeration and air conditioning industry will see many new opportunities. These will include the chance for HVACR suppliers and users to dramatically lower costs through energy efficiency and emission reductions.
Australia in particular will have the opportunity to reduce HVACR service costs by adopting new policies....Read More
published on December 22, 2015 in Uncategorized
CO2 refrigeration has been making improvements recently, not only in the UK but all over the world. Carrefour, which is a leading supermarket retailer in Romania, opened the country's first CO2 transcritical refrigeration system. After this success, the company recently decided to install these CO2 units in 8 additional...Read More
published on October 26, 2015 in Uncategorized
Green Cooling are pleased to announce that we have recently been awarded one of the industry's most prestigious awards, the 'Excellence in Food Service Award.'
The RAC Cooling Awards aim to reward companies for their willingness to become more environmentally friendly when developing their products. Companies from a wide range...Read More
published on July 21, 2015 in Uncategorized
System contingency is vital in ensuring that a Food Service Refrigeration installation provides the maximum level of operational performance…
Hotels and restaurants in 2015 incorporate a variety of important and critical building services and one of the main areas of technical design focus is that of ensuring that the temperature...Read More
Did you know that the selection of Cooling & Heating equipment could provide significant BREEAM benefits?
Green Cooling provide a range of natural and hydrocarbon based refrigeration systems that enable a specifier to potentially achieve over 15% of a buildings BREEAM credits via the buildings core services.
A cost effective way...Read More
published on January 13, 2015 in Energy Efficiency
FREE 70°C HOT WATER
REDUCE ENERGY COSTS AND CARBON EMISSIONS
The Green Cooling–TWIN ENERGY Chiller Hot Water Generator (CHWG) represents an exciting development with regard to providing low energy cooling and heating for industrial, process and HVAC applications.Read More
published on November 6, 2014 in Uncategorized
This white paper discusses refrigerants from a Danfoss Perspective.
Intelligent, efficient, low-GWP refrigerants, both natural and synthetic, are the key to sustainable refrigeration and air con. Danfoss are conducting research into low global warming potential refrigerants to help slow and eventually reverse the process of global warming. The key is...Read More
published on February 21, 2014 in Uncategorized
Green Cooling is now moving into its second year of operations having completed a successful & profitable first year.
First year projects have ranged from delivering specialist applications utilising natural refrigerants all the way through to specifying & installing more standard cold room systems.
Green Cooling’s initial objective was...Read More
published on October 30, 2013 in Blinky's Blogs
Hello fellow pals of mine!
This blog is something new that we will be doing every other week to enlighten you all as to what is happening in the world of Green Cooling and the world of refrigeration in general.
You may or may not know that last week we sent...Read More
published on October 21, 2013 in Energy Efficiency
Manchester 235 adds a new dimension to the Casino world by becoming a complete entertainment complex that now includes this new iconic James Martin restaurant.
The restaurant features a menu that favours local and speciality dishes and as such the equipment installed within the restaurant called for something special in...Read More
published on June 11, 2013 in Energy Efficiency
Arguably one of the most straightforward areas where we can reduce energy use is to remove on site duplication of plant.
By this we are referring to the situation where valuable waste heat from a cooling system is rejected from a building but at the same time the building is...Read More
published on May 28, 2013 in Energy Prices
New analysis published today highlights the extent to which the government’s energy and climate change policies are tempering the impact on household energy bills of global gas prices and network costs.
Although global gas prices and network costs have driven household energy bills up in recent years, and are predicted...Read More
published on May 28, 2013 in Climate Change
Lord Stern who released the Stern Review in 2006 has spoken again on climate change:
The Government is planning to deliver a new initiative to overhaul the energy efficiency of homes and businesses.
"The Green Deal is a massive new business opportunity which has the potential to support up to a...Read More
published on May 28, 2013 in Energy Efficiency
UK Energy Intensive Industries have agreed to commit to stretching energy efficiency improvement targets to 2020 as part of the voluntary Climate Change Agreements (CCA) scheme. This will deliver an overall 11.0% energy efficiency improvement across all industry sectors by 2020 against agreed baselines.
The new Climate Change Agreements scheme...Read More