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Renewable Energy Indonesia 2017, Jakarta

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on December 10, 2015
Renewable Energy Technologies Exhibition in Indonesia is co-located with the biennial Electric Indonesia series, which is a regional trade exhibition for industry professionals, managers, decision makers, technicians and researchers in the field of renewable energy. The sectors represented includes: associations & institutions; high efficiency co-generation; hydrogen technologies; production, management & marketing of efficient and sustainable energy; renewable energies; thermoelectric solar energy and biofuel applications; wind, solar & hydroelectric power; services for the energy sector, and control & monitoring.
 

Solar Air-Conditioning System Using Single-Double Effect Combined Absorption Chiller (2014)

Submitted by Raquel Ponte Costa on February 19, 2015

This presentation on solar air-conditioning system was given by Kawasaki’s Hajime Yabase, together with Kiyohshi Saito of the Waseda University and Muhammad Idrus Alhamid of the University of Indonesia, at the ATMOsphere conference which took place in Tokyo from 3 to 5 February 2014.  The speakers outlined the numerous advantages of using double-effect absorption chillers in solar air-conditioning system.    Absorption chillers use water as refrigerant instead of Freon, they consume less energy than electric chiller and different energy sources can be used.  The presentation also compares a

South Africa: Fresnel Collectors Keep It Cool in MTN’s Server Rooms

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on August 28, 2014
Industrial SolarSince June 2014, a Fresnel collector field with 242 kWth has been feeding into the district cooling system of the MTN Group at its headquarters in Johannesburg, South Africa. MTN, which has more than 200 million customers, as well as subsidiaries in 22 countries across Africa and the Middle East, is one of the leading mobile operators in South Africa – and it is aware of the impact of global warming. “We continuously explore ways in which we can lessen the impact of our operations on the environment. This initiative will not only reduce our carbon footprint but it will substantially reduce our electricity consumption, which will release additional capacity for the national grid,” MTN’s CEO, Zunaid Bulbulia, was quoted as saying in a press release from 17 July 2014. The concentrating solar thermal plant powers the double-effect absorption chiller whose cooling capacity of 330 kW keeps temperatures low in the data centre at MTN’s head office. 
Photo: Industrial Solar
 

Thailand: Prefabricated Container Solution Improves Quality in Tannery

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on April 9, 2013

Danish shoe producer ECCO runs the largest solar thermal installation in Thailand: 1,890 m² of vacuum tube collectors provide the company’s factory in Ayutthaya with up to 80 tons of hot water per day. Planned and installed by German engineering company Aschoff Solar, the process heat installation supplies the different tanning processes with water at temperatures between 35 and 70°C. The photo shows the three stackable containers, including the ready-to-use tanks, pump groups and heat exchangers prefabricated in Germany. The system offers a solar controller with graphical display and online remote control.
Photo: Aschoff Solar

Renewable Energy Indonesia 2013, Jakarta

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on January 10, 2013

Renewable Energy Technologies Exhibition in Indonesia is co-located with the biennial Electric Indonesia series, which is a regional trade exhibition for industry professionals, managers, decision makers, technicians and researchers in the field of renewable energy.

Renewable Energy Indonesia, Jakarta

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on August 21, 2008

Renewable Energy Technologies Exhibition in Indonesia is co-located with the biennial Electric Indonesia series, which is a regional trade exhibition for industry professionals, managers, decision makers, technicians and researchers in the field of renewable energy.

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