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Sustainability in Refrigeration: High Impact Practices that Lower Costs for Grocers
October 13, 2015 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
The focus of this webinar was on two key sustainability opportunities within grocery stores: refrigerant leak reduction, specifically identifying high-impact practices that reduce risk; and energy efficiency through opportunities for retrofits, re-commissioning, retro-commissioning, and installing new technologies. Grocery stores benefited from this session with specific actions they can take to reduce their operating costs.
Scott Moore has over forty years of engineering, maintenance and energy efficiency experience in grocery sector including the supermarkets, pharmacies, and convenience stores. He was formerly the Director of Engineering and Energy for Albertsons, Inc. and has been with CLEAResult for the past nine years. Scott currently holds the title of Senior Engineer in the Commercial Engineering Refrigeration Center of Excellence. Scott leads CLEAResult initiatives to evaluate new energy efficiency technologies and advancements in refrigerants to reduce global warming.
Kevin Coté is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) with ten years of energy efficiency experience in residential and grocery sectors and has been with CLEAResult for the past 8 years. He began his career by working directly with the grocery market as an account manager. In this role, he completed comprehensive audits and consulted with customers and contractors to implement energy efficiency projects. Kevin now applies his extensive knowledge and experience of the grocery market to leading CLEAResult’s EnergySmart Grocer programs in New England.
A Recording of the webinar is also available.
More information on this webinar and the sustainable grocery initiative is available here.