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Energy efficient supermarkets - Indoor Climate

It is important that the food premises' indoor environment is good for the groceries, the customers and the staff. For the grocieris, requirements must be maintained according to the National Food Administration, for staff there are requirements according to the work environment for customers, it is not as clear about what applies and it is not regulated today. There are many factors that affect the indoor environment, and which must be taken into account when some energy-efficient measures are introduced.

Air quality, sound and light as well as the thermal climate affect the indoor climate. The thermal climate means air and radiation temperature as well as the speed and humidity of the air.

There are many factors that affect the indoor environment, and which must be taken into account when some energy-efficient measures are introduced.

By combining studies on the indoor climate with qualitative studies of customers' experiences and behaviors, knowledge is gained on how to improve energy efficiency, design and layout in stores and restaurants and at the same time maintain or increase sales.

Verification of how the choice of air filters in stores affects particle concentrations in indoor air and ventilation system electrical efficiency

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Doors on refrigerated cabinets for reduced energy consumption and improved indoor climate

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Energy efficient ventilation in stores – recirculated air

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Priority actions in existing food premises for increased energy efficiency

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Plug-in compared with central cooling unit

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Choice of filter classes in the ventilation system for supermarkets

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The concept supermarket approaching zero

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Dehumidification of air in supermarkets

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Preliminary study of energy optimization of dehumidification in grocery stores

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Pre-study Energy efficient ventilation in Stores – recirculated air

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