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Preparing for DOE Compliance on Walk-In Coolers and Freezers


Improving the energy efficiency of refrigeration equipment is a goal shared by most stakeholders in the commercial refrigeration supply chain. But when specific energy reductions are backed by a regulatory driver, then these goals take on a much greater urgency. Such is the case with the Department of Energy’s (DOE) 2020 mandate on walk-in coolers and freezers (WICF).
So, if you’re unsure about the DOE’s WICF ruling or its potential impact, then watch this recording of our E360 Webinar. In this webinar, you'll learn: the full scope of the WICF rulemaking, definitions of key terms, concepts and language used, final enforcement dates per equipment category, examples of WICF system configurations, required efficiency levels per the Annual Walk-in Efficiency Factor (AWEF) metric, impacts to various stakeholders throughout the supply chain, and how to verify and ensure compliance."
Learn more: www.climate.emerson.com/refrigeration-regulations