I am a senior multi-language mechanical engineer with extensive expertise in industrial refrigeration. I am passionate about world sustainability and helping customers with their decarbonization, energy efficiency, and net zero targets.
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The term net zero refers to the target of reducing the greenhouse gas emissions that cause global warming to zero, by balancing the amount released into the atmosphere from sources with the amount removed and stored by carbon sinks.
With the 2015 Paris Agreement, the world must reach net-zero GHG emissions early in the second half of the present century. That will require the transformation of economies and societies alike. Many countries and corporations are setting their net zero aspirations.
Decarbonizing existing buildings means getting them completely off fossil fuels.
Electrification: Refers to using technologies such as vehicles or heat pumps that operate with electricity instead of burning fossil fuels such as oil, gas, and coal. Electricity generated through clean resources such as wind and solar power is considered a decarbonization.
The replacement of a boiler that uses fossil fuels by a heat pump powered by electricity is a typical decarbonization project.
Energy efficiency is the use of less energy to perform the same task or produce the same result. Energy-efficient homes and buildings use less energy to heat, cool, and run appliances and electronics, and energy-efficient manufacturing facilities use less energy to produce goods.
Energy efficiency is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to combat climate change.
Opportunities for Decarbonization in Industrial Refrigeration Installations
IOR - Institute of Refrigeration UK
Reference: U.S. Green Building Council: Chapter 8 – Energy & Atmosphere
Bennu Productions LLC is an organization member of U.S. Green Building Council and is a service provider to the industrial refrigeration industry, by offering the following services:
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