Macalester College Implements Software from kWh360 to Track Energy Efficiency

Medina, MN (April 3, 2017): Macalester College of St. Paul, Minn., has implemented software from kWh360 to help reduce costs, cut consumption and improve environmental sustainability.

No-Sweat Humidity Management for Supermarkets – FMI Energy Conference, New Orleans

Singh360 Founder to Share Efficient Methods For Controlling Excessive Humidity in Stores. Supermarkets often struggle to control excess humidity during summer and fall. These are the seasons when doors are most likely to fog up on refrigerated cases.

High humidity is a headache for grocery retailers for several reasons, according to Abtar Singh, founder and chief executive officer of SINGH360.

That’s why he will present effective ways to control excess store humidity at the FMI Energy and Store Development Conference in New Orleans on September 13.

“Condensed moisture can make it hard for customers to see the contents inside a refrigerated case,” Singh said. “The fogged glass compromises the customer’s shopping experience. It may also reduce the retailer’s sales.”

Benefits of Asset Management System to Be Discussed SPECS 2013 Seminar

Maple Grove, MN (March 16, 2013): Store Planning, Equipment, Construction and Facilities Services Seminars (SPECS) will be holding its 49th Annual Show from March 17-20, 2013 at Hilton Anatole, Dallas.

Mr. Singh will be one of the speakers of the SPECS Program track called “Facilities”. Together with the executives from H-E-B, the discussion on the Facilities Track aims to review the benefits of implementing computer based asset management program and will also stress the importance of efficiency in the process of management, ensuring that it is not the equipment which end up managing people but should be the other way around.

CO2 Refrigeration Systems Presented at FMI Energy Conference

Maple Grove, MN (September 5, 2012): Grocery retailers can reduce energy cost and help protect the global environment by operating refrigeration systems that use carbon dioxide (CO2) rather than more commonly used refrigerants. This will be the topic of a presentation at the FMI Energy and Store Development Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, on September 12.

rocery retailers can reduce energy cost and help protect the global environment by operating refrigeration systems that use carbon dioxide (CO2) rather than more commonly used refrigerants. This will be the topic of a presentation at the FMI Energy and Store Development Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, on September 12.

In contrast to CO2 systems, most other refrigeration systems appear much more likely to increase the risk of global climate change by releasing chemicals that tend to trap heat within earth’s atmosphere.

The presentation at FMI will include Abtar Singh, President of Singh360 Inc., and executives from Target Corporation, Sobey’s Inc., and Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market. Participating speakers will discuss their experience with CO2-based refrigeration systems.