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We Are Building The Future Of Heating & Cooling

Renewable energy provides a clean and efficient alternative to traditional fossil fuel-based methods in residential and industrial process heating and cooling systems, embodying sustainability and innovation.
In Heating section, for industrial settings such as steel, mining, cement and chemical production lines which require vast amounts of heat for their manufacturing processes, concentrated solar power (CSP) systems integrated by Thermal Energy Storage (TES) can capture sunlight and convert it into a manageable and dispatchable heat energy, meeting the high-temperature requirements of manufacturing processes, even during night time or cloudy conditions. In residential and commercial buildings, solar collectors on rooftops capture sunlight and convert it into heat energy, which can be used for water heating and space heating through radiant floor systems or forced air heating 24/7.

In Cooling Section, solar thermal energy can also be integrated into absorption chillers providing cooling for industrial processes, which utilize heat to drive a refrigeration cycle rather than relying on mechanical compression. These systems are particularly suitable for applications in buildings and commercial facilities, where air conditioning or refrigeration is required and where solar resources are abundant. During hot summers, solar thermal energy can power chillers to provide efficient air conditioning while reducing electricity consumption. Additionally, solar thermal heat pumps utilize the heat from the sun to drive heating and cooling cycles continuously, offering renewable-powered solutions for year-round comfort.
On a next level, Combined Cooling, Heating, and Power (CCHP) systems, can also generate electricity, heat, and cooling for industrial processes simultaneously, using solar thermal energy and maximizes the overall efficiency of the system by utilizing waste heat for additional industrial applications, coupled by solar TES potential.