The Freeaire solutions helped save a total of 47% of their energy consumption, paying back the investment in each store in less than two years
Allagash Brewing Company of Portland, ME, is estimated to save approximately $13,000 annually utilizing Freeaire's energy-saving system.
Freeaire®’s Polar Power™ package helped reduce energy consumption at the Brattleboro warehouse by 34% and reduce carbon emissions by nearly 217,000 pounds.
We are working with a client in Alaska right now. With their 38,000 cubic foot cooler, set at 38F, we can see a whopping 172 days per year of Free cooling using Freeaire's new Industrial Polar Power Package. That's six months of fresh, filtered outside-air cooling - now that's Polar Power!
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In the area of the unexpected benefits, bringing fresh, filtered outside air into a cooler can help store fresh produce for extended periods, and also allows for diverse products to be stored together.
In the Williston Moe’s, a Freeaire® system consisting of a Cooler Controller combined with a Polar Package actively manages the restaurant’s walk-in cooler for maximum energy efficiency year-round.
At Pete & Gerry’s Organic Eggs the farm’s cage-free, organically fed and humanely treated birds are excellent egg layers, making Pete & Gerry’s the largest supplier of “specialty eggs” in the Northeast. And with a commitment to conservation, sustainability and organic foods, Freeaire was a natural choice for refrigeration.
Boston-based Harpoon Brewery has been brewing award-winning craft beers since 1986. To keep up with growing demand, Harpoon purchased a second brewery in Windsor, Vermont. Both the Boston and the Vermont warehouses use Freeaire® systems to keep their products cool. "Beer is a perishable product, and the longer we keep it cold, the longer it stays fresh," explains Steve Miller, General Manager of Harpoon's Windsor brewery. "Our cooling has to be reliable."