The energy required for air conditioning is constantly increasing
Air conditioning in offices, showrooms and living spaces is increasingly dramatically in Europe. Traditional air conditioning is largely based on electrically-operated air conditioning compressors. The electrical energy demands for this are huge and the operating costs for air conditioning are constantly rising. In addition, there is the impact on the environment caused by power stations which generate the electricity. In particular, traditional air conditioning systems have to work at maximum capacity during the peak time, around lunchtime. For this reason, there are regulations governing the use of traditional air conditioning systems in many countries.
Solar cooling uses the sun as a primary source of energy. Up to 98 % of the energy required for the cooling unit with thermal compressor is covered by solar energy. Since the greatest demand for cooling occurs at the same time as the strongest irradiation, the cooling of buildings is an ideal application for solar energy. The energy for the compression and heating of the refrigerant is gained using solar collectors on the roof of the building or on its façade and stored in buffer storage cylinders. The use of tried-and-tested large volume components with a low level of wear and tear ensures that the system operates reliably.
Solar technologies can supply the energy for all of a building’s needs
—heating, cooling, hot water, light and electricity—
without the harmful effects of greenhouse gas emissions created by fossil fuels.
And, solar applications can be used almost anywhere in the world and are appropriate for all building
- single-family homes,
- multi-family residences,
- office and industrial buildings,schools,
- hospitals, and other public buildings
In the agriculture sector, solar technology is being used to dry crops ranging from coffee and tea to wool and chicken manure.
Companies in Europe, North America, and numerous developing countries see this technology as a cost-effective and environmentallysensitive
The majority of the energy used in commercial and industrial processes is below 250°C, a temperature range well suited for solar technologies.
Solar technologies are being used for specific industrial processes, such as food processing, textile cleaning and drying, pharmaceutical and biochemical
processes, desalination, and heating and cooling of factories.
You can watch our video for a very small view of how this is done in Germany for small business solution.
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