Solar Cooling

  • 2001 Annual Report: IEA Solar Heating & Cooling Programme (2001)

    This report issued by the International Energy Agency (IEA), gives a detailed overview of the policies in place at that time regarding the R&D and integration policies of solar thermal products for the buildings sector.

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  • Australia: Country's largest Solar Cooling System on Hospital

    Australia: Country's largest Solar Cooling System on Hospital

    The largest solar cooling plant built in Australia so far has been running since April 2011. The solar-assisted cooling installation is a project by the Echuca Regional Health, a public hospital in Echuca, around two and a half hours drive north of Melbourne.
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  • Singapore: 2.7 MW Cool College with 2,900 pupils

    Singapore: 2.7 MW Cool College with 2,900 pupils

    The solar thermal cooling plant at the United World College (UWC) in Singapore has now entered the commissioning phase. The system's collector surface covers an area of 3,900 m² and powers a 1,500 kW cooling unit, which is based on a single-effect lithium bromide absorption chiller...

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  • India: Innovative Solar Cooling System at Solar Energy Centre

    India: Innovative Solar Cooling System at Solar Energy Centre

    The Solar Energy Centre in Haryana State can now score with a new and innovative solar air conditioning demonstration system: Developed by Thermax, one of India’s leading waste heat recovery and cooling manufacturers, the system with a 100 kW cooling capacity has an integrated triple-...

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  • Cyprus: 4th International Solar Air-Conditioning Conference in Lanarca

    Cyprus: 4th International Solar Air-Conditioning Conference in Lanarca

    Following Bad Staffelstein (Germany, 2005), Terragona (Spain, 2007), and Palermo (Italy, 2009), the 4th International Solar Air Conditioning Conference will now take place in Lanarca, Cyprus, from 12 to 14 October 2011. Over the years, the conference has grown into an important event, at...

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  • Solar Concentrator (2010)

    This is a brochure made by a Bulgarian company Bulgaria Therm about a solar concentrator which can be used for heating and cooling in a winter, such as in a summer period. A comparison between this product and a solar collector is provided by graphics and schemes. Functional and technical...

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  • Solar Cooling: German Fraunhofer ISE compares PV and Solar Thermal

    Solar Cooling: German Fraunhofer ISE compares PV and Solar Thermal

    Over the last 5 years, the number of installed solar cooling systems worldwide increased tenfold. The main obstacles for a more pervasive and faster market development are high upfront costs and lack of experience among main stakeholders, such as planners and architects. Based on various...

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  • Solar Heating and Cooling of Buildings (2007)

    This document includes detailed information about solar heating and cooling technologies for buildings. The document is one of the deliverables of the BRITA in PuBs project (Bringing Retrofit Innovation to Application in Public Buildings). This FP6 funded project involves different countries (...

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