The first experimental phase of the prototype for transcritical CO₂ refrigeration systems has recently been completed and has proven that it works well, leading to a saving of 14 percentage points, while the second phase in which the goal will be to approach the 20% target has already started.
At a time when climate change is one of the biggest global challenges and the race for energy efficiency involves every sector, Turboalgor aims to green the refrigeration sector, which today is responsible for 17% of the world's electricity consumption and about 10% of global CO₂ emissions from energy consumption and refrigerant leaks.
Turboalgor's emphasis on innovation is evidenced by its second patent for a technology that enables significant energy savings in transcritical CO₂ refrigeration systems.
Turboalgor is the company at the head of COLD ENERGY, a project financed by the European Community with the aim of reducing consumption and emissions and improving the efficiency of cooling systems.
Turboalgor contributes to increasing the competitiveness of European companies in the refrigeration industry.
Using cutting-edge technology, Turboalgor is able to cut carbon emissions, in line with EU directives.
With its three application solutions, Turboalgor can intervene on both new and existing systems.