To meet California’s net-zero-carbon goals, commercial and residential kitchens must transition towards all-electric cooking equipment and water heating. The all-electric kitchen, if properly designed, can save labor, reduce maintenance, increase kitchen comfort, and minimize any increase in utility costs.
The Food Service Technology Center’s (www.fishnick.com) Richard Young will focus on all-electric kitchen design, induction cooking, and the challenges facing commercial kitchen electrification. Richard will touch upon how food service facilities have difficulty achieving onsite zero net energy, but how with electrification and participation in the offsite renewable energy program from a Community Choice Aggregator (or utility) they can achieve zero net carbon emissions for operational energy use.
Presented by Food Service Technology Center