Refrigeration in the supermarket sector (GEN - 821.00)

Danish Technological Institute (DTI) to host a high-ranking conference

GEN - 821.00. The Danish Technological Institute (DTI) is organising a high-ranking, two-day conference on refrigeration in the supermarket sector. It will take place at Taastrup (Copenhagen) from 8-9 November 2017. This conference focusses on the energy challenges and on how all parties of the cooling chain may benefit from the ongoing and upcoming regulations and by having an up-to-date climate policy. The ongoing trends towards natural refrigerants, especially CO2, and the supermarkets’ shift from R404A to CO2 will be analysed and discussed by major European refrigeration experts. In the course of the event, two interesting sessions on the challenges for producers, suppliers, installers, and end-users will also take place. The Danish Energy Agency is contributing to the conference, which is supported by Eurovent Association.

Programme

The conference is primarily targeted at suppliers of cooling systems, installers, and supermarkets, i.e. representatives from both the purchasing department, energy management and daily operations.

Mr Bjarke Hansem, Danish Energy Agency, will introduce the ongoing challenges and opportunities for the industry in his opening speech.

Seminars

  • The Danish approach towards supermarkets CO2 cooling
    Kim Christensen, Advansor A/S & Kenneth Bank Madsen, Danfoss
  • Legislation within supermarket refrigeration: condensing units, professional storage cabinets, commercial storage cabinets
    Esben Vendelbo Foged, Danish Technological Institue
  • How to cope with the new legislation - case
    TBC
  • An insight towards the work of Eurovent
    Francesco Scuderi, Eurovent
  • Challenges from an installers perspective
    Mads Kristensen, Superkøl
  • Europe's greenest supermarket - case
    Lidl Denmark
  • Monitoring and expoiting the potential of monitoring
    Tom Edwin Gøttsch, AK Centralen
  • Global market trends for natural refrigerants
    Alvaro De Õna, Shecco
  • Super Super Markets: Benefitting from excess heat
    Christian Heerup, Danish Technological Institute
  • Benchmarking energy consumption, IEA HPP Annex 44
    Christian Heerup, Danish Technological Institute

Laboratory tour

Following the seminar sessions on the first day, a tour of the DTI laboratories will take place.

Panel discussion

Following the seminar sessions on the second day, two sessions on the challenges for producers, suppliers, installers, and end-users will take place.

DTI contact

Esben Vendelbo Foged - Team Manager Refrigeration and Heat Pump Technology (evf@teknologisk.dk)   

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Tuesday, 5 September 2017
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