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SME Specific MeasuresEnergy, Environment and Sustainable Development

Exploratory Award

Proposal number EXAW-1999-00954

AcronymABSOLAIR

Proposal titleAIR-COOLED, SOLAR (GAS) -DRIVEN NH3-H2O ABSORPTION SYSTEM FOR

AIR CONDITIONING AND OTHER COOLING APPLICATIONS USING A

COMPOUND PARABOLIC COLLECTOR

AbstractAir-conditioning is the dominating energy consuming service in buildings in many

countries. In many regions in Europe the demand for cooling and dehumidification of

indoor air is growing due to increasing cooling loads. Conventional cooling technologies

exhibit several clear disadvantages: their operation demands a high energy consumption;

they cause high electricity peak loads; they significantly contribute to the Greenhouse

effect (induced CO2 emissions resulting from the production of electricity) and they

generally employ refrigerants that have several negative environmental impacts (global

warming, ozone depletion).This project addresses these problems by development and

integration of the necessary technologies for utilisat:ion of solar energy for air

conditioning of buildings. The industrial target is to develop and demonstrate a new

air-cooled solar-driven NH3-H20 absorption system for air-conditioning and other cooling

applications, with a capacity of 10 - 50 kW, using a compound parabolic collector and a

gas-driven back-up system.

Key ActionEESD-5.   Key action Cleaner Energy Systems, including Renewable Energies

Start date20/09/2000End date20/09/2001

Intended Step 2 projectCooperative Research (CRAFT)Duration Exploratory Phase12 months

SME CoordinatorMr. Andre E. HAGENDIJKCompany sizeS1

CEERAN LTD.

Oudstraat 62

7425 EG - Deventer

The Netherlands

Phone: 31570653554

Fax: 31570653554

Email: ceeran@yahoo.com

SME Proposer(s)

AO SOL, ENERGIAS RENOVAVEIS, LDA.PortugalS2

Profile of partners for joining the project

Business areas29 - Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c.

CommentsManufacturer of air-conditioning equipment

Last update18/6/2001

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