CGF records refrigeration successes
The successes of the Consumer Goods Forum’s five-year commitment to replace HFCs in refrigeration systems are recorded in a new publication.
In 2010, the CGF made a commitment to tackle the growing climate impact of the refrigeration systems used by its members. Today, CGF members have installed low carbon refrigeration systems in over 4,000 supermarkets, four million ice cream and drinks chiller units worldwide and industrial plants with the majority being natural refrigerants.
The CGF claims that this work has taught the industry valuable lessons about issues such as low carbon technology options, deployment costs, energy demands, performance in hotter climates, and the availability of skilled installers and maintenance engineers …