A major source of energy usage for all grocery stores that sell fresh or frozen food is refrigeration. The fridges and freezers in the store require a lot of energy to keep the food at the correct temperature. This is done by taking the heat from inside the cold fridge or freezer and discarding it to the warmer outside.
The process is the exact same as for a heat pump which takes the heat from the colder outside and discards it inside the warmer building. For a heat pump, the heat is utilized to heat the building, for fridges and freezers, on the other hand, this heat is often just wasted. At Sea Box Energy we can help you use this otherwise wasted heat to heat your building. This will ensure that the energy spent on cooling is simultaneously used for heating. By doing this the store can reduce their heating bills since some of the heating will be provided by the existing fridges and freezers.
Another benefit of using the waste heat from the fridges and freezers for heating is that the cooling of their compressors and internal components will be improved. This could potentially improve the reliability and lifespan of the fridges and freezers.
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