09 Sep '13, 11pm

Australia Leads With Solar Cooling Standard

The standard can predict the annual energy performance of desiccant-based solar cooling systems and fan coil solar heating systems, both popular technologies in Australia according to Daniel Mugnier, project manager of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) multi-country Solar Heating and Cooling Programme. The IEA collaborated on the standard through its Task 48: Quality Assurance & Support Measures for Solar Cooling Systems project. Further technologies will be added to the standard as new technologies are tested, the IEA said. “These are the first Australian covered technologies,” Mugnier said. “This is not representative of the worldwide solar cooling market. The standard is therefore to be taken as a first step, but we need to rapidly enlarge the scope to include ab/adsorption solar cooling and domestic solar hot water and heating systems.” Although technology develo...

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