utility demand response

Supermarkets Can Obtain New Revenue with Utility Demand Response Programs

Demand Response and Smart-grid Technologies in Supermarkets ACHR News, March 13, 2017 Supermarkets typically operate with razor-thin margins, which means fresh ideas that improve profits, such as participating in utility demand response or peak-shaving programs or selling thermal energy to local district heating and cooling grids to produce a revenue stream, are always welcome. Today, […]

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A Grocery Store’s Guide to Improve Energy Efficiency

Recommissioning and energy incentives Supermarket News, November 17, 2015. Image credit: mordyth Improving energy efficiency is imperative to protect grocers’ already thin profit margins, and recommissioning — restoring a system to its original designed specifications — is one of the most cost-effective ways to reduce energy consumption and improve system performance and the store environment. Approaches […]

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GreenChill Platinum Certified Stores Can Reduce Harmful Emissions by 95%

Cascade system earns highest GreenChill status Cooling Post, September 11, 2015. Image credit: dawnfu According to the EPA, a typical US supermarket leaks approximately 1,000lbs of harmful refrigerant gas into the atmosphere every year. GreenChill Platinum Certified Stores reduce those emissions by at least 95%. This store is said to go further by reducing its annual […]