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Industry has a substantial potential to improve its energy efficiency. The food and beverage sector and its cold supply chain are responsible for more than 10% of the total final energy consumption of the EU-28. Accurate refrigeration is required for optimal preservation of perishable goods and can be up to 85% of the food and beverage sector’s total final energy consumption. High demand for refrigeration has adverse environmental effects such as direct emissions from refrigerant leakage and indirect emissions related to electricity or fossil fuels consumption. The Horizon 2020 project ICCEE (Improving Cold Chain Energy Efficiency) aims to support and advice small and medium enterprises (SME) from the food and beverage sector’s cold chains to implement energy efficiency measures (EEMs) by an energy mapping of the cold supply chain including its transport and storage activities. Shifting from the myopic single company perspective to the chain assessment leads to increased energy savings potentials and reduced implementation gaps of EEMs.

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PAPER ID: 292878 DOI: 10.18462/iir.iccc.2020.292878

6th IIR International Conference on Sustainability and the Cold Chain, Proceedings: Nantes, France, August 26-28 2020

Authors: Simone ZANONI(a), Beatrice MARCHI(a), Francisco PUENTE(b), Lisa NEUSEL (c), Simon HIRZEL(c), Hanna KRAUSE(d), Deger SAYGIN(e), Vlasis OIKONOMOU(e), Francesco ROMAGNOLI(f)

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