There are more than 1.5 million food service and food sell business in the US where thermostatically controlled refrigerators account for the majority of their electric bill. These buildings spend 20%-60% of their energy bills on their refrigeration system. Current thermostatic control (on/off) of refrigeration systems often results in considerable energy waste. For example, during the peak energy consumption hours when the electricity price is the highest, multiple refrigerators are likely to be working simultaneously which inflates electricity bills for commercial consumers such as supermarket and convenience stores. Also, maintenance and repair of refrigeration system is a big headache for food sell and food service industries. Unpredictable failures are costly and a real threat for business.
By turning thermostatic refrigeration systems into intelligent appliances, our technology reduces electric bill by 5 to 15% for food sell and food service industries while lowering repair co...
There are more than 1.5 million food service and food sell business in the US where thermostatically controlled refrigerators account for the majority of their electric bill. These buildings spend 20%-60% of their energy bills on their refrigeration system. Current thermostatic control (on/off) of refrigeration systems often results in considerable energy waste. For example, during the peak energy consumption hours when the electricity price is the highest, multiple refrigerators are likely to be working simultaneously which inflates electricity bills for commercial consumers such as supermarket and convenience stores. Also, maintenance and repair of refrigeration system is a big headache for food sell and food service industries. Unpredictable failures are costly and a real threat for business.
By turning thermostatic refrigeration systems into intelligent appliances, our technology reduces electric bill by 5 to 15% for food sell and food service industries while lowering repair cost by 10%.
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