On 19 November 2018, the SuperSmart project team will organise a free training session at Lago di Garda (northern Italy), ahead of the ATMOsphere Europe 2018 conference on natural refrigerants. The session will attract retail industry stakeholders from around Europe.
SuperSmart offers a free 2 hours training session at ATMOsphere Europe on 25 September, 10am to 12pm: Energy efficient food retail stores, incl. CO2 systems with ejectors and integration of A/C systems; and Computational tools for supermarket planning
SuperSmart workshop & training @ 7th International Conference on Ammonia and CO2 Refrigeration Technologies
SuperSmart will organise its next combined training and workshop, held during the "7th International Conference on Ammonia and CO2 Refrigeration Technologies" in Ohrid, Macedonia. The event will combine an overview of training topics freely provided to interested food retail stakeholders, as well as gather input on new criteria development for a future EU Ecolabel for Food Retail Stores.
To register for the SuperSmart workshop (free attendance), please visit the conference website: http://www.mf.edu.mk/web_ohrid2017/registration.html
SuperSmart holds its 2nd Labelling Board Assembly at ISH, 15 March, 2-5 pm: The workshop will make further progress to define criteria for a future EU Ecolabel for Food Retail Stores. This time, we focus on the building's energy use and environmental factors (buildings, energy management systems, lighting, use of renewable energies etc.).
SuperSmart offers free training sessions at EuroShop, on 6 March, 2-5 pm: Energy efficient food retail stores, incl. CO2 systems with ejectors and integration of A/C systems; and Computational tools for supermarket planning + Monitoring systems (incl. supervision and monitoring of fault detection, integration into smart grids)
The 3rd public workshop will present results from a European-wide survey on non-technological barriers to the uptake of more efficient supermarkets, and provide an overview of progress made for developing training material on topics such as how to build and maintain an energy-efficient supermarket and refurbish an existing one, choose computational tools for monitoring its performance, and choose best-available technology.
The 1st Labelling Board Assembly will then focus on developing criteria for the new EU Ecolabel for Food Retail Stores, especially for requirements regarding refrigerants and HVAC&R technology used. Participants are especially encouraged to provide input to the development of such criteria during the workshop and by expressing their interest in becoming a partner in one of the 3 Expert Panels.
Listen to Armin Hafner from NTNU to summarise the main achievements under SuperSmart so far, upcoming milestones and how to get involved. The presentation is scheduled for Tue, 11 Oct, 4.00-4.20 pm in Hall 9- booth 531.
SuperSmart is a newly started, EU funded project with two primary objectives: removing the non-technological barriers for implementation of energy efficient and eco-friendly technologies in supermarkets, and creating the starting point documents for an EU Ecolabel for supermarkets.
SuperSmart will educate stakeholders in the supermarket sector both at conferences and trade fairs, as well as at the premises of the stakeholders across Europe, within a wide range of topics concerning planning, building and operation of eco-friendly supermarkets.