As companies seek to find new ways to reduce their energy consumption
and invest in carbon reducing technologies, more are turning to natural
refrigerant applications.

A new generation of CO2-based heat pumps could avoid the high global warming potential of standard refrigerants and generate much higher temperatures. For heating cold water to high temperatures, CO2 heat pumps represent a climate and ozone friendly, energy efficient technology, gradually making clear inroads in both the residential and commercial building sectors as well as in large district heating projects across the globe.

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