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Cooperation between Supermarkets and Real Estate Owners: Energy Efficiency and Business Models

Today there are about 4000 Supermarkets in Sweden, and those account for about 3% of Swedish electricity use. Supermarkets have the potential to reduce energy use and deliver heating and air conditioning to stores and neighboring buildings.

Funded by:

Energimyndigheten

Amasten Fastighets AB

Bravida Sverige AB

Danfoss AB

Green & Cool World Refrigeration

Hemköpskedjan AB

Huurre Sweden AB

ICA Fastigheter AB

IWMAC Operation Center AB

Lidl Sverige KB

Svensk Energi & Kylanalys AB

Time period: 2020-12-01 – 2024-12-31

Project members

KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Chalmers Industriteknik (CIT)

Grosery stores and real estate owners

Background

Today there are about 4000 Supermarkets in Sweden, and those account for about 3% of Swedish electricity use. Supermarkets have the potential to reduce energy use and deliver heating and air conditioning to stores and neighboring buildings.

The overall aim of the project is to demonstrate, using theoretical calculations, modelling, energy measurements, monitoring and business model evaluation, that a collaboration for efficient use of heating, cooling and air conditioning between real estate and supermarkets owners can be achievable for both parties.

During the project, at least four case studies will be investigated with focus on cooling, heat recovery and air
conditioning. The results from the project will lead to the implementation of at least two cases of collaboration
between supermarkets and real estate owners. The energy and business models that will be developed during the project will be freely available for the different stakeholders in the project.

Contacts

Page responsible:Oxana Samoteeva
Belongs to: Energy Technology
Last changed: Aug 25, 2021
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