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Australia: Solar Cooling for Dairy Farms and Cold Stores (2009)

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on March 18, 2010

Solar cooling systems on dairy farms possess a high impact on the energy consumption of such businesses. Solar energy can contribute up to 80 % of the total cooling load and 57 to 65 % of the hot water load for a typical dairy farm, according to a study carried out by Australian company Solem Consulting in June 2009 on behalf of Sustainability Victoria (see attached document).

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