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Glaciem Cooling Technologies chief executive Julian Hudson says his systems will lead commercial and industrial cooling into a low carbon future. Photo: supplied
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Smart cooling to chill energy and carbon issues for Hills, Barossa producers

Cooling technology that uses solar energy, thermal storage, smart technology and non-toxic refrigerants will be used to reduce energy costs and emissions at major commercial sites in the Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills.