Save 20% of energy and stop getting colds in supermarkets
I get so cold in supermarkets, especially in summer when there is big difference between outside temperature and the inside. All due to the fact that there are no doors in chiller cabinets. Why? Because supermarkets think customers might be slowed down. Well, certainly, some customers like me, have the opposite effect, rushing to avoid getting cold!
Refrigeration is a big thing. The vast majority of supermarkets in the UK still uses HFCs, which has 3,800 times more global warming potential than CO2. There has been a lot of campaigning in the UK on this issue . My personal campaign is on putting doors on chiller cabinets in order to save around 20% of energy and stop getting colds in supermarkets.