The California Cooling Act, which was introduced by Senator Lara on February 7th, proposes a new incentive program to support California businesses and residents as they adopt low-global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants.
Much has been written over the past few months about the potential for utility incentives based on natural refrigerant use in supermarkets. The word “potential,” as well as the nature of the articles, suggests that utility incentives for naturals are a thing of the future. Not so! There are plenty of examples of successful incentive projects for stores that use natural refrigeration systems.