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HOW GREEN ARE WE?

Rapid Cooling Technology RCTech© focuses on reduction

of energy and electricity emissions.

This new technology in refrigeration provides huge potential to fulfil the need for

Earth-friendly change climate crisis.

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The state-of-the-art technology utilised by

 Rapid Cooling Technology RCTech©

uses as little as 15% of the energy compared to the best current refrigeration systems

 

Additionally it can also be up to 80% faster in achieving cooling of canned and bottled beverages.

HOW MUCH ENERGY DOES STANDARD REFRIGERATION USE?

Commercial refrigerators and freezers can be responsible for up to 85% of energy expenses for supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, bars and many other businesses in the food industry.

Efficient refrigeration and freezers can save money through lower energy consumption and are more environmentally friendly through lower electricity consumption, waste and C02emissions.

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There is Global Expectation for Organisations to
Go Green
Any Organisation proactively using Green Technology contributes to the health of our Planet

EARTH-FRIENDLY INNOVATION

Rapid Cooling Technology is Green Technology.

  • Save Energy, Save the Environment

  • Protect the Air, Prevent Climate Change

  • Conserve Limited Natural Resources

  • Save Ecosystems and Animals

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Global Relevance
The average temperature of the Earth is rising at nearly twice the rate it was 50 years ago

GLOBAL RELEVANCE

The average temperature of the Earth is rising at nearly twice the rate it was 50 years ago.

 

This rapid warming trend cannot be explained by natural cycles alone. The only way to explain the pattern is to include the effect of greenhouse gase emitted by humans.

Current levels of the greenhouse gases carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide in our atmosphere are higher than at any point over the past 800,000 years, and their ability to trap heat is changing our climate in multiple ways.

Despite global efforts to address climate change, including the landmark 2015 Paris climate agreement, carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels continue to rise, hitting record levels in 2018.

Globally, the use of energy represents by far the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions from human activities. About two thirds of global greenhouse gas emissions are linked to burning fossil fuels for energy to be used for heating, electricity, transport and industry.