GEA Refrigeration Technologies, the GEA division specializing in industrial refrigeration, has joined the Cool Coalition led by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP). By fostering dialog between governments, business, finance and civil society, the initiative aims to drive the use of efficient, climate-friendly cooling in urban environments, buildings and industrial processes worldwide.
Danfoss has named Vikas Anand as vice president of sales in North America for its recently formed Climate Solutions business segment. Anand joins the US and Canada sales organization after leading the Danfoss Cooling business in Asia Pacific and India, where he focused on growing the business in areas related to infrastructure, energy efficiency, and climate change.
Jeremy Olberding, has been promoted to vice president of Colmac Coil. Olberding’s responsibilities will be sales and marketing team leadership, accelerating Colmac Coil’s new product development, business development, and contributing to overall strategy and operations. This announcement follows the appointment of Joe Fazzari to President, Colmac Coil Manufacturing.
Atlas Copco is launching its first process cooling chiller range in the U.S. The launch of the TCX 4-90A Process Cooling Chiller range (TCX range) fits perfectly with the company’s ethos of going further and deeper into core categories to better serve its customers.
Carrier Transicold’s new high-efficiency Vector HE 19 unit delivers exceptional cooling and freezing capacities compared to other domestic intermodal container refrigeration systems in the thin-profile class. Carrier Transicold is a part of Carrier Global Corporation. a leading global provider of innovative heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC), refrigeration, fire, security and building automation technologies.
EIA analysis found ALDI U.S., Whole Foods, Target, Sprouts and Ahold Delhaize USA as companies taking significant steps to reduce HFCs and increase energy efficiency in refrigeration.
October 2, 2019
The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA), Washington, D.C., unveiled a new initiative identifying U.S. retailers committed to taking leadership action to reduce potent greenhouse gases used in cooling, hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).