Global cooling accounts for 7% of total emissions, and is expected to almost double by 20301. Then for food, it gets even worse - almost 15% of food-related emissions come from poor refrigeration and spoilage in transit from farm to market2. Our intent is to help minimize emissions and spoilage for both medical and agricultural goods.
Whether your vaccines or your vegetables, we aim to increase access to cold-storage products in rural, international, and underserved communities to address the global cold chain gap. Only 50% of vaccines make it into a patient's arm1, in large part due to poor temperature management. And with food, the picture is even bleaker: 475 million tons of food are lost each year due to improper refrigeration. That's food for an additional 950 million mouths each year (International Institute for Refrigeration).
Addressing climate change by replacing refrigerants and reducing food spoilage.
Offering more economical, higher precision, and minimal emissions cold-chain solutions.
Increasing access to cold-chain solutions across communities worldwide.