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Industrial Heat Recovery: decarbonize heating processes and reduce operating costs

Industrial Heat Recovery: decarbonize heating processes and reduce operating costs

Heat production and subsequent chilling account for a large amount of energy cost and CO2 emissions for food, beverage and dairy processes. Holistically driven, expertly customized cooling and heating solutions play a key role in achieving sustainability in those industries. 

Join GEA’s Cooling Club webinar on
Industrial Heat Recovery, entitled “Decarbonize heating processes and reduce operating costs”. GEA experts, Robert Unsworth and Kenneth Hoffmann, provide clear insights on how you can integrate process solutions with cooling & heating demands in the best possible way. They also introduce how GEA’s unique Sustainable Energy Solutions (SEnS) approach can help you maximize your energy efficiency and reduce your carbon footprint and operating costs.  

The webinar has takeen place Wednesday June 24, 2020. You can still watch the recorded webinar by clicking the click the "Watch the webinar” button on the right side of the page.


 In this webinar, we cover the following topics:
Optimized heat recovery in the processing industry
The value of integrating heat pumps
Decarbonization of the production process
The SEnS approach: holistic view of processes to optimize energy savings
GEA heat pump portfolio 

Robert Unsworth and Kenneth Hoffmann have nearly 50 years’ combined expertise in integrating food, dairy and beverage processes with industrial refrigeration and heat pump solutions.  

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 The ‘Virtual’ Cooling Club 
You are welcome to join us at the ‘Virtual’ Cooling Club, where we bring together people on the front line of the industrial refrigeration business and link them, through webinars, with industry specialists and their peers.   Through our webinars we will explore the hot topics of the industry to look at government directives and regulations and how they impact the industry, and how refrigeration can become more economic, environmentally sustainable, energy efficient, future-proof and, ultimately, how your businesses can become more profitable.   





June 2020

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