Running an eco-friendly ultracold logistics complex, Eugene Superfreeze has secured technology to operate a warehouse with recycled energy from LNG base’s thermal energy at a temperature of as low as -162 ℃, which will otherwise be abandoned in the ocean, instead of a traditional cold warehouse solely powered by electricity. It can save energy by more than 70% compared to the use of electricity. It is conceived as an eco-friendly warehousing business because it can save the natural environment around the LNG bases.
Eugene Superfreeze has also stepped into a pilot project by the Green Climate Fund (GCF) to build a logistics complex with cryogenic refrigeration.
It is currently working on the development of a 400,000 MT superfreezing logistics complex based on a state-of-the-art convergence energy technology.
Eugene EnerFarm was established in January 2013 in response to the increasing importance of power storage devices because of the changes in energy use and the development of new and renewable energy such as solar power and wind power. In accordance with the battery energy storage system (BESS) business that uses secondary batteries, Eugene EnerFarm specializes in renewable energy, smart grid, and energy solution business.
Equipped with ample experience, reliable global partners and various product lineups, Eugene EnerFarm is recognized as the best partner by customers, particularly because it has created differentiated packaging technology and high-efficiency energy storage. It will help create a better world by creating optimal solutions in the field of environment and energy.
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