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2.6.12 Installation of fuel cells

2.6.12 Installation of fuel cells Description A fuel cell is an electrochemical device that combines hydrogen and oxygen to produce electricity, with water and heat as its by-products. As long as fuel is supplied, the fuel cell will continue to generate power. Benefits Installation of smaller stationary fuel [...]

2017-11-15T16:13:56+00:00

2.6.11 Installation of an Energy Storage System (ESS)

2.6.11 Installation of an Energy Storage System (ESS) Description ESS can actually store energy and use the stored energy whenever the need arises. Benefits It compensates the intermittency of renewable energy, such as wind and solar It helps grid system operators to maintain a constant frequency It can [...]

2017-11-15T15:50:33+00:00

2.2.16 Replace V-belts with cogged or synchronous belt drives

2.2.16 Replace V-belts with cogged or synchronous belt drives Description Belt drives are a common method of power transmission between a motor and its driven load. The driven load may be any rotating drive shaft for equipment such as fans, conveyors, compressors, or pumps. The conversion of V-belt drives to cogged V-belt [...]

2017-11-15T08:53:15+00:00

2.2.14 Installation of Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) system

2.2.14 Installation of Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) system Description VRF systems are air-to-air heat pump systems (some manufacturers include indoor units that use water rather than air) with an outdoor unit and multiple indoor units with individual control. This system is very suited to rooms with areas that have very different needs [...]

2017-11-15T08:47:10+00:00

2.2.12 Installation of radiant ceiling cooling

2.2.12 Installation of radiant ceiling cooling Description Radiant ceiling cooling systems, also known as “chilled beam” systems, incorporate pipes in the ceilings through which chilled water flows. The pipes lie close to the ceiling surfaces or in panels, and they cool the room via natural convection and radiation heat transfer. [...]

2017-11-15T08:32:48+00:00

2.2.10 Installation of ground-air heat exchangers

2.2.10 Installation of ground-air heat exchangers Description Also known as earth tube, this system takes air from the exterior to introduce to the ventilation system or directly in interior spaces, after the air passes through pipes installed underground. Ventilation air is simply drawn through underground pipes at 1.5m deep which pre-heats the [...]

2017-11-15T08:27:37+00:00

2.2.8 Installation of a desiccant dehumidification system

2.2.8 Installation of a desiccant dehumidification system Description Desiccant dehumidification and cooling involves using a material (desiccant) that removes moisture from air and is regenerated using heat. Desiccant systems in HVAC applications are used primarily where simultaneous maintenance of temperature and humidity control is an important benefit to the user. [...]

2017-11-15T08:21:02+00:00