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ClimaCheck wins Climate Solver award from WWF

ClimaCheck has been named one of four 'Climate Solvers 2011' by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).
The Climate Solver award is handed out to companies considered to have technology with the greatest potential to dramatically reduce carbon dioxide emissions around the globe.

The Swedish clean tech company has developed solutions to analyse and optimise the functionality and performance of air conditioning and refrigeration systems and heat pumps, resulting in sharply reduced energy consumption.

The Award was presented at WWF's Annual Climate Solver Conference in Stockholm, Sweden.

Klas Berglöf, CEO of ClimaCheck, said: 'The whole team at ClimaCheck is very happy and proud to be given this recognition for our work in reducing a harmful and wasteful practice in society today: air conditioning, refrigeration and heating units that are incorrectly set for optimum efficiency and reliable operations in the system they are installed in.

'WWF estimates show that it is possible to cut CO2 emissions by 72 million tons per year in 10 years just in air conditioning industry with our technology which improves the efficiency of cooling systems, refrigerators and air conditioners.'

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19 October 2011


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