Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the heating supplied to a city in Malmö in Sweden required a sea change in thinking by a major power company, using GEA’s energy-efficient heat pumps. After testing the water, a sewage plant was considered the best source for heating homes in an innovative approach for turning waste into usable energy.
Refrigeration technology keeps food fresh and preserves vitamins
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