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Solstice® HFO Technology for Supermarkets On average, 50%1 of the energy used in supermarkets is for refrigeration, which is essential to supermarket sales. Acting now to find more sustainable solutions will be critical to meeting carbon neutrality targets and financial goals. Solstice® refrigerants are engineered to help supermarket owners become carbon neutral faster and stay within budget. Solstice HFO technology outperforms against the next best alternatives in real-life case studies: - Large new stores: Solstice N71 (R-471A) leads to 20% lower TCO and 15% lower total carbon footprint (TEWI) when compared to R-744. - Small new stores: Solstice L40X (R-455A) leads to 23% lower TCO and 13% lower TEWI when compared to R-744. Solstice L40X also leads to 20% lower TEWI and 7% lower TCO when compared to R-290. - Small, remodeled stores: Solstice L40X (R-455A) leads to 35% lower CAPEX when compared to R-744.
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The environment is top of mind. Choosing the right technologies now can have a positive impact for decades to come. Discover how Honeywell’s commitment to sustainability and resolve to use the latest science and technology is helping the world decarbonise with Solstice® HFO Refrigerants. Explore the interactive graphic below to learn how Solstice can be used in a wide range of heating and cooling applications. Honeywell believes in solutions that balance environmental protection with economics. Our low-global-warming-potential (GWP) Solstice® hydrofluoroolefin (HFO) refrigerants leverage USD$1 billion of R&D investment and a 117-year track record of innovation to help the heating and cooling industry transition to a low carbon future in a cost-effective manner, without compromising system performance. To date, Solstice refrigerants have helped avoid the potential release of the equivalent of more than 326 million metric tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, equal to the annual carbon emissions of nearly 70 million gasoline-powered passenger vehicles.