27% energy savings with capacity modulation in supermarkets
On average, at least 50% of the energy consumed in supermarkets is used for refrigeration purposes. Supermarket operators are therefore keen on saving energy as it directly impact their financial resources. There are many ways to save energy in supermarkets, however, it is important to keep in mind that energy requirements can vary significantly, depending on the time of the day, the number of people in the shop, the food load of the refrigerated cabinets, the opening and closing of doors, etc. Therefore, tools to adapt the actual capacity to the specific and varying needs of the shop can reduce energy consumption significantly.
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