Ben & Jerry's
These new freezers use alternative refrigerants that, unlike current freezer gases, do not contribute to global warming nor the deterioration of the earth’s ozone layer if released to the atmosphere.
More Efficient Refrigeration
Ben & Jerry's has submitted a SNAP application to the EPA for approval of the use of Hydrocarbon gas as a substitute for HFC currently used in freezers. Once they win approval, Ben & Jerry’s will begin to deploy their "Cleaner, Greener, Freezer" that is nearly 15% more energy efficient. This has helped Ben & Jerry’s maintain their position as an industry leader around BICEP's key principle of supporting the development of aggressive energy efficiency technology and policies.