Cooking

  1. Improving Energy Efficiency in Commercial Kitchens

    Commercial kitchens often consume as much as three times more energy per square foot than most other types of commercial buildings. Fortunately, a number of simple operational changes can reduce energy use by as much as 10 to 30 percent while also improving operating performance and staff comfort.

  2. Upgrading Commercial Kitchen Equipment

    Commercial kitchens are intense energy users, consuming as much as three times more energy per square foot than most other types of commercial buildings. Upgrading equipment to be more energy efficient can increase your bottom line while also providing a number of significant non-energy benefits.

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