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The rise in the size of the world’s population to over nine billion by 2050 will increase demand on the world’s food supply (+60%), which is already raising questions about over-consumption of all resources connected to refrigeration processes.

The cooling industry currently accounts for 15% to 20% of the world's total electricity consumption. It is now vital that all refrigeration players, including those in industrial refrigeration, consider the challenge posed by the energy use of their equipment.

Today, all Climalife solutions serve this essential sector of the food production industry and the industry’s cold chain in order to ensure the continued safe storage of raw materials and consumer goods to underpin the upstream processing stages.

In this new edition of Climalife Contact, you’ll find solutions from Climalife to support the food processing industry and its cold chain, from upstream processing, storage of raw materials through to finished products.

Climalife Contact 15 - Connecting refrigeration and air conditioning with sustainable energy solutions

Over recent years, connected tools have grown rapidly throughout the world and are changing our habits both at home and it work.  The internet of things is also gradually becoming an integral part of the lives of refrigeration and air conditioning professionals, for example in monitoring a thermodynamic installation or to control temperature maintenance of equipment.

This edition of Climalife Contact looks at some of the tools available that can monitor the energy efficiency of an installation or even track packaging site by site, as well as many of the latest projects implemented to improve the energy efficiency of systems.

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Climalife Contact 14 - Energy efficiency : A worldwide requirement, European know-how

People throughout Europe are focusing on energy efficiency and reducing their carbon footprints. But we are no longer alone. The rest of the world is starting to take a bigger interest in these issues in light of climate change and future electricity availability issues.


In this issue, we take a look at this topic and present a number of innovative case studies, as well as a feature on new low-flammability fluids and interviews on the measures being implemented in various countries.


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