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Market developments in Commercial Refrigeration RAC Question Time November 29th 2011, London Speakers: Christoph Brouwers The Ultimate CO 2 Refrigeration.

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1 Market developments in Commercial Refrigeration RAC Question Time November 29th 2011, London Speakers: Christoph Brouwers The Ultimate CO 2 Refrigeration System for every food retail store format

2 2 MARKET DEVELOPMENTS IN COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION The last two decades Significant GWP of HFC refrigerants demanded efforts to reduce the greenhouse gas effect resulting from these substances  refrigerant charges reduced  system tightness improved Situation better but no real long term way forward  numerous supermarket refrigeration systems with different natural refrigerants, some with secondary refrigerant- / waste heat circuit, realised

3 3  climate protection: EU F-gas regulation, national regulations  economic aspects: Raising energy and F-gas cost  energy efficiency: EU legislation (ErP) coming into play MARKET DEVELOPMENTS IN COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION Market drivers

4 4 Based on collected experiences CO 2 DX emerged as state of the art solution in food retail stores today MARKET DEVELOPMENTS IN COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION

5 STORES IN OPERATION October 2011 Denmark (43) Switzerland (72) Germany (137) Luxembourg (1) Austria (2) United Kingdom (6) Norway (16) Netherlands (8) Sweden (9) Czech Republic (10) Poland (2) First CO 2 OLtec Installation in Switzerland in 2004 Finnland (2) Slovakia (2) Italy (1) YTD October Stores in operation (181 YTD PY) 34,6 MW MT capacity (21,5 MW PY) 4,5 million operating hours (509 Years) Pilot Stores Series Hungary (2)

6 -49% CO2 equivalent(tons) Cumulated reduction of CO2 emissions tons or* X Environmental Impact * Average car using 0,12Kg CO2/km; run time km per year STORES IN OPERATION October 2011 Denmark (43) Switzerland (72) Germany (137) Luxembourg (1) Austria (2) United Kingdom (6) Norway (16) Hungary (2) Netherlands (8) Sweden (9) Czech Republic (10) Poland (2) Finnland (2) Slovakia (2) Italy (1) YTD October Stores in operation (181 YTD PY) 34,6 MW MT capacity (21,5 MW PY) 4,5 million operating hours (509 Years)

7 CO 2 DX-REFRIGERATING SYSTEMS Geography Lyon 12°C Berlin 9°C Barcelona 15°C Madrid 14°C Marseille 14°C Milano 13°C Rom 16°C Budapest 11°C Athen 18°C Prag 8°C Porto 14°C Valencia 17°C Florenz 15°C Tirana 16°C Belgrad 12°C Thessaloniki 16°C Triest 14°C Bordeaux 12°C Málaga 18°C Sofia 11°C Oslo 5°C CO 2 DX systems today Attractive energy performance at average annual temperatures up to +15 °C in line with EPEE statement and energy data recording

8 Lyon 12°C Berlin 9°C Barcelona 15°C Madrid 14°C Marseille 14°C Milano 13°C Rom 16°C Budapest 11°C Athen 18°C Prag 8°C Porto 14°C Valencia 17°C Florenz 15°C Tirana 16°C Belgrad 12°C Thessaloniki 16°C Triest 14°C Bordeaux 12°C Málaga 18°C Sofia 11°C Oslo 5°C CO 2 DX systems today CO 2 DX-REFRIGERATING SYSTEMS Geography Attractive energy performance at average annual temperatures up to +15 °C in line with EPEE statement and energy data recording

9 Lyon 12°C Berlin 9°C Barcelona 15°C Madrid 14°C Marseille 14°C Milano 13°C Rom 16°C Budapest 11°C Athen 18°C Prag 8°C Porto 14°C Valencia 17°C Florenz 15°C Tirana 16°C Belgrad 12°C Thessaloniki 16°C Triest 14°C Bordeaux 12°C Málaga 18°C Sofia 11°C Oslo 5°C CO 2 DX systems next generation CO 2 DX-REFRIGERATING SYSTEMS Geography Attractive energy performance across Europe

10 Company restricted information 10 Thank you for your attention! Carrier has the right refrigerant for every application, but every application will not have the same refrigerant solution.


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