Climate change is a key issue and in the social and political spotlight. The associated consequences require a bundle of measures in technologies, innovations and rethinking. In the food industry, a particularly large number of cooling measures are required, making them energy intensive. For this reason, sustainable cooling supply plays a special role in this industry. With the help of an efficient cooling supply, CO2-emissions can be reduced, and operating costs minimized. For example, measures for heat recovery or optimization of existing processes are suitable. As a result of implementing a sustainable cooling supply, dependence on rising energy costs can be reduced. But how are the investments for a sustainable cooling supply kept within limits? You can find out the answer to this question and how modular systems can be implemented flexibly at the Main Stage.
Torge Lahrsen, Co-Founder, encentive GmbH, Neumünster, Germany
Michael Dölz, Senior Technician, Institute for Hydrogen and Energy Technology at Hof University of Applied Sciences, Hof, Germany
Dr. Alexander Schmeink, Specialist for refrigeration and heat pump technology, German Engineering Federation, Frankfurt, Germany
Dr. Helmut Steinkamp, Institute Director, Institute for Food Quality LUFA Nord-West, Oldenburg, Germany