UK: Blackpool-based Green Cooling is now the exclusive UK & Ireland partner/distributor for a range of hydrocarbon water/glycol chillers. The packaged propane chillers in both air-cooled and water cooled versions are manufactured in southern Germany by Secon GmbH. Founded in 2010, Secon is a system house in the field...Read More
Panasonic UK has announced it will be working with specialist refrigeration company Green Cooling to distribute its range of natural CO2 condensing refrigeration units to the UK market. The range has been specifically developed for small to medium capacity applications within the retail and food service sectors, such as...Read More
Natural refrigerant cooling is now reaching into sectors outside of the retail area where its application is well established. An example of this wider application is illustrated by a recent Green Cooling project. The client, Nestle, has a sustainable and efficient approach to the use of refrigeration and cooling...Read More
Green Cooling Update: From 1st January 2020, all refrigerants with a GWP of more than 2500 in stationary plants, standard installations, condensing units, packs etc, will be no longer in use under the F-Gas Regulations. Furthermore, from 1st January 2022, all refrigerants with a GWP of more than 150...Read More
The partnership between Green Cooling and Enex continues to go from strength to strength after Green Cooling design and install another CO2 refrigeration system at one of the largest hospitals in the North of England. Green Cooling are the sole UK distributor for the enex range of CO2 refrigeration systems...Read More
Chester-based C&C Catering Equipment has completed another large scheme in the capital, this time for the Tate Modern art gallery.
The London landmark required catering facilities to serve its visitors and members, and following a significant tender process, C&C Catering Equipment was awarded the mammoth project, which spanned work over...Read More
Energy efficient equipment grant and advice programme offers lifeline to SMEs struggling with energy costs
The Carbon Trust is launching a new fund providing vital capital for businesses to replace old, power-guzzling equipment, together with expert advice to boost the efficiency and productivity of businesses in England, Scotland and Wales.
For the first time in my knowledge, the need to stop using High Global Warming synthetic refrigerants has been embraced by the popular press – the Economist, Scientific American, The Twitterdom and many others.
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On October 8 /12 over 100 countries will meet to ratify amendments to the...Read More
Green Cooling Director Garry Broadbent had an interview with Food Equipment Journal to discuss green kitchens. This is how it went:Read More
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
Lancashire based commercial and industrial cooling and refrigeration specialist GreenCooling has scooped the prestigious Excellence in Food Service Award at the RAC Cooling Industry Awards ceremony held at the London Hilton, Park Lane on Wednesday 23rd of September.
The award was won following the submission of detailed technical information and...Read More
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...Read More
As mentioned in our post last week (Green Cooling speak at Atmosphere 2015), Green Cooling were invited to speak at the 6th ATMOshpere Conference which was held in Brussels on the 15th, 16th and 17th of March. Below, you will find links to presentations and pictures from the event, sent...Read More
Green Cooling were invited to speak at the annual Natural Refrigerant Conference 'Atmosphere 2015' held in Brussels on the 15th, 16th and 17th of March.Read More
- Green Cooling has hit the ground running in 2015 with the launch of its new website -Read More
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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
The market for CO2 based refrigeration systems is still far from becoming mainstream but there has been significant growth within this sector over the past 24 months.
No longer is CO2 purely the preserve of the carbon footprint focused retail sector or...Read More
Green Cooling is now moving into its second year of operations, having completed a successful and profitable first year.
First year projects have ranged from delivering specialist applications utilising natural refrigerants, all the way through to specifying and installing more standard cold room systems.
Green Cooling's initial objective was...Read More
Green Cooling provides a full design, specification and installation service of high specification, cost effective cold rooms and cold storage facilities incorporating many heat recovery and energy saving solutions for many leading UK food service, processing and storage companies and has a...Read More
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 using...Read More