Hear from Wayne Borrowman as he emphasizes the importance of transitioning from gas-fired furnaces to natural refrigerant heat pumps. According to Wayne Borrowman, Director of Research and Development at CIMCO Refrigeration, this transition is a proven strategy to decarbonize the industrial sector, resulting in emissions reduction and substantial utility savings. As the Canadian Net-Zero Emissions Accountability Act pushes for a 50% emissions reduction by 2030, Wayne highlights the cost-effectiveness and environmental benefits of adopting natural refrigerant heat pumps, making them a compelling investment for industries committed to reducing their carbon footprint.
VFW Sports Center, North Dakota
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University District’s Outdoor Skating Surface, Calgary
When not in use, the seasonal rink’s refrigeration system provides cooling to the surrounding buildings, projected to deliver future operational savings for University District.Read more
U.S. Princeton Day School Raises the Bar with All-in-One CO2 Ice Arena Solution
This will be the most sophisticated, state-of-the-art CO2 system ever to be installed at a North American school, paving its way to net zero and setting the gold standard for future-proof sustainability.Read more