With the innovation of centralised district energy, supermarket refrigeration systems housing anything from frozen chips to fresh salad can be harnessed for their surplus capacity.
Designed for working on the hottest day of the year, refrigeration systems can have up to 70 percent surplus capacity, which can be used to supplement external energy systems. In harnessing this storage potential, Bartlett and Morrison can help improve energy efficiency in supermarkets themselves, and possibly generate a new income source through energy and heating sales to district energy utilities. This is real innovation in the areas of affordable and clean energy.
Why choose us?
If you’re looking for innovative technology, delivered bespoke by experienced and highly qualified engineers then have Bartlett and Morrison come to you. An engineer will discuss your needs and assess your property free of charge, and with no obligation to commit to later work. This allows you to look over plans and discuss in detail a solution best suited to your business.