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ICC TECHNOLOGIES RECEIVES ORDERS FOR TWO MORE AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS FOR SHOPRITE SUPERMARKETS

 PHILADELPHIA, July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- ICC Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: ICGN), a leading developer of air conditioning and climate control systems for supermarkets, department stores and other commercial industrial buildings, announced that the company will be installing its Desi/Air 8000 system in Shoprite Supermarkets located in Pearl River, N.Y. and Wilmington, Del. Currently, there are two Desi/Air 8000 systems in use at Shoprite stores in Newton, N.J. and Staten Island, N.Y.
 Irwin L. Gross, chairman, said, "Our system continues to gain acceptance among supermarket chains. With these installations, we will have a total of 46 systems operating in supermarkets with additional orders pending. We look forward to expanding our relationship with Shoprite, a group consisting of 180 stores."
 In addition to Shoprite, ICC's Desi/Air system is currently in use in Finast Supermarkets, U.S. military commissaries and Cub Foods as well as in department stores such as J.C. Penney & Co.
 The Desi/Air system is gas-powered, has no compressor and is completely free of ozone layer destructive refrigerants such as CFCs. In addition to providing considerable energy savings over traditional systems, supermarkets also benefit from Desi/Air's ability to eliminate frost on frozen foods and condensation on refrigerated products. The system's "Targeted Distribution" feature dramatically improves customer comfort by focusing drier, warmer air directly into refrigerated aisles without disrupting temperature or humidity levels in other sections of the store.
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 /CONTACT: Keith Oeste, chief financial officer of ICC Technologies, 215-625-0700/
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