FREECOLD, AN INNOVATIVE GREEN BUSINESS

An innovative green-tech company, FREECOLD designs and manufactures in France solutions for direct solar cooling

  • Coolers, freezers and air-conditioners perfectly suited for sunny areas which are not connected to reliable grid
  • Powered from either direct sun (without battery), or solar batteries, or by hybridising sun and grid, but the photovoltaic power supply always first
  • A design resulting of a major R&D program, for hard environments and operating conditions
  • A patented technology to guarantee quality cooling for up to 4 days without sun
  • Suitable for many uses
    • residential
    • food-processing: fish, market gardening, preservation of crops, dairy sector…
    • commercial: catering, distribution and sales of foodstuffs, including outdoor markets …
    • medical and veterinary: refrigeration of vaccines and drugs…

Sun energy to produce cold

Every day, the Sun sends several dozen times the energy consumed by Man in a year. This fact allows us to benefit from a free and almost unlimited energy, we just have to empower it!

This energy is particularly abundant in Africa, where 30 to 40% of crops are lost before sale due to a lack of quick access to refrigeration and where the demand for refrigeration for the economic development is increasing sharply. FREECOLD innovations applied to cold roomsmilk tanks, refrigerators and air-conditioners perfectly meet these needs!

A simple and easily adjustable operation

We design and manufacture our solar cooling systems with proven and particularly energy-efficient components.

We deliver our solutions complete, pre-loaded in refrigerant, pre-wired, protected by multiple security devices, including their photovoltaic power supply, solar panels and power electronics. Everything is done to make their installation and commissioning easy, even by non-specialists.

FREECOLD is present in more than 30 countries through a network of distributors to respond as closely as possible to essential refrigeration needs for health and economic development.

Latest news

FREECOLD 85 3-way refrigerator: a customer feedback

“Installed on my sailboat, this refrigerator has given me complete satisfaction since 2011. Its consumption of less than 4 A is easily compensated by a 120 W photovoltaic panel fixed on a gantry. It is assisted at anchorage by a flexible mobile photovoltaic panel of 100 W, the 2 panels then ensuring all the electrical […]

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Commissioning of a solar cold room on a wholesale market in Segou, Mali

Our partner DOLO Refrigeration in Bamako has installed a solar cold room on site II of the ex-bus-terminal market, where a dozen of fishmonger women, wholesalers and semi-wholesalers operate.As part of the EU’s “PRORESA” program (Program to strengthen food security in Mali) implemented by Enabel, the Belgian development agency, the beneficiary fishmongers have previously been […]

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FREECOLD has moved to

34 chemin de l’Echut, local 6, 31770 Colomiers, France, to more functional premises for better working conditions for our teams and more efficient service to our customers. We have some problems with the telephone line, but you can reach us by email or at +33 (0) 6 84 91 46 32

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A 4th FREECOLD refrigerator for Wind 34 at Lake Salagou in Southern France

Wind 34 has installed its 4th FREECOLD solar refrigerator in its shady hut on the shores of Lake Salagou, near the Haut Languedoc Nature Park. This beautiful area of relaxation and activities offers walkers and holidaymakers, pedalos, paddle boards, canoes and …  Salagou’s coolest drinks! Wind 34 installed its first FREECOLD refrigerator in 2013, and […]

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FARM – Agricultural Productivity: Half a century in the mirror. And tomorrow ?

“Agricultural productivity: half a century in the mirror And tomorrow?”. Article originally published in French as “Productivité agricole : un demi-siècle dans le rétroviseur. Et demain ?” on the blog FARM (Foundation for Agriculture and Rurality in the World) on 10/15/2019. Agricultural Productivity: Half a century in the mirror. And tomorrow ? By Jean-Christophe Debar, […]

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