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The Bank of England overhauls chillers

A new cooling system at the Bank of England building, in the City of London, has saved an estimated 48% on cooling energy, which translates to €190,000 a year.
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__truncato_root__>A new cooling system at the Bank of England building, in the City of London, has saved an estimated 48% on cooling energy, which translates to €190,000 a year.

This project, implemented over two years, involved replacing three centrifugal chillers and two reciprocatin...

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