HVACR Energy Efficiency Analisys Ecosystem
Reduce energy consumption
Between 15-20% of global electricity consumption is used for refrigeration and air conditioning (HVACR). Depending on the climatic area it can represent up to 50%.
Reduce energy costs
Most of HVACR systems don’t work as efficiently as they were designed, which means a higher energy cost and an increasing risk of failure and, in the end, increased CO2 emissions.
Reduce climate impact
Scientists continually alert us about the climate emergency, whose first cause is an excessive energy consumption and fossil fuels burning.
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In this article you will discover the benefits derived from monitoring the HVACR systems performance.
Refrigeration is an essential sector in our daily lives, accounting for 15-20% of global energy consumption, according to data presented by the European Cool-Save project. It therefore accounts for a significant fraction of the CO2 emissions emitted worldwide and, at...
By implementing floating condensation and evaporation systems, the performance or COP of our refrigeration or HVAC installation can be increased, which translates into energy savings of between 2-3% for each degree of reduction in the temperature difference between condensation and evaporation, approximately.