The solar air conditioning system uses parabolic trough to provide solar thermal heat by concentrating the sun’s energy on a receiver tube and heating the recirculated heat transfer fluid within the system. The generated heat is then used to drive the absorption chiller to provide a renewable source of industrial cooling.
Solar Water Energy, has patented a new and exciting technology that converts saline water, sea water, and most contaminated water into pure water utilizing solar energy. The Solar Distillation System combines water desalination technology and solar power to make fresh water and render it as potable water for irrigation or industrial use. In addition, the solar thermal energy stored in each plant is circulated and reused again and again. The surplus heat in the system produces electrical power through a Solar Thermal Energy Conversion System. The excess thermal energy also can improve the efficiency of existing power generating plants. Construction, operation and maintenance costs of plants are very competitive when compared to reverse osmosis.
Steam is water vapor, the gaseous phase of water, which is formed when water boils. In common language it is often used to refer to the visible mist of water droplets formed as this water vapor condenses in the presence of cooler air. Parabolic trough technology delivers safe, affordable, and reliable high-temperature process heat for industrial, agricultural or manufacturing processes requiring large volumes of hot water or steam in the range of 200–500 °F/ 93-260 °C.
Trough system uses trackers to follow the sun and reflectors and optics to concentrate and intensify the thermal energy from the sun into a heat transfer fluid. The transfer fluid is then passed through a turbine to create power. When combined with thermal storage capacity, the system can buffer clouds and produce power at night – offering reliable electricity that can be dispatched when needed to meet base-load demands.