European energy reduction project for the food and drink sector

Call for companies to participate

It has been reported that 15-20% of the world energy consumption is produced by cooling and air conditioning systems. In order to help reduce this figure the COOL-SAVE Project has been launched with an objective to reduce energy consumption in the European food and drink sector.

Some of the project's outputs and results are expected to be:

  • Analyse the efficiency of those cooling systems belonging to the food and drink industries
  • Set common strategies that reduce the electrical energy consumption of those cooling systems
  • Elaborate a guide of good practices so that the sector can establish measures that significantly reduce electrical consumption through the implementation of improvements in the cooling systems

To help achieve these outputs and results the project is proposing to audit a number of cooling plants. If your company is involved in the food and drink sector, and is interested in taking part in the audit process, details of how to apply are at http://www.ior.org.uk/ior_news.php?#P9MC3R793361 

Intelligent Energy Europe website entry is at:

http://www.eaci-projects.eu/iee/page/Page.jsp?op=project_detail&prid=2506