Retailer says it will offer its economies of scale for supply chain in bid to help take-up of natural refrigerants around the world
Tesco group engineering standards manager Bob Hurley says the retailer is offering its scale to help make carbon dioixide a ‘global solution’ for retail applications. In an interview with natural refrigerants website R744.com, Mr Hurley, tasked with rolling out international solutions for Tesco said he believed that further development would also improve the efficiency of the refrigerant in retail installation.
He said: “I think we can get more efficiency out of CO2 and that’s the journey we are on. We are also looking at using our scale for good, to bring economies of scale to the CO2 market, so that we turn this technology into a global solution. I believe that is what will start to drive the expansion elsewhere.”
See the full R744.com interview here