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Post by dean on Mon Jun 27, 2011 2:37 pm


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absorption cooling systems

Post by dean on Tue Oct 11, 2011 11:28 am


this company makes absorption cooling systems through solar reflective technology, and have read about desiccants
http://sopogy.com/solutions/index.php?id=13

http://www.solair-project.eu/146.0.html

http://www.toolbase.org/Technology-Inventory/HVAC/desiccant-cooling


A desiccant like calcium chloride can be mixed with water to create an attractive recirculating waterfall, that dehumidifies a room using solar thermal energy to regenerate the liquid, and a PV-powered low-rate water pump[4]

Air can be passed over common, solid desiccants (like silica gel or zeolite) to draw moisture from the air to allow an efficient evaporative cooling cycle. The desiccant is then regenerated by using solar thermal energy to dry it out, in a cost-effective, low-energy-consumption, continuously repeating cycle.[2] A photovoltaic system can power a low-energy air circulation fan, and a motor to slowly rotate a large disk filled with desiccant.

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turn into a pool pump

Post by dean on Tue Nov 08, 2011 7:29 pm

http://www.applied-sciences.net/library/zoetrope.php

My concept is to use this low cost design for a pool pump. attach a belt and hook it to a car watter pump.


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Post by dean on Thu May 30, 2013 8:00 am

http://www.pv-tech.org/news/sonora80m_plans_20mw_solar_park_in_mexico?utm_source=PV-Tech&utm_campaign=1a93f2c04d-PV_Tech_Daily_Newsletter_Thursday_30_May_2013&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_4ee2b8d807-1a93f2c04d-705265

Ford to buy power from 20MW Mexico solar farm


Although Martifer Solar is currently constructing Latin America's largest solar project, Sonora80M believes it will have the last laugh with a 80MW facility within the next few years. Image: Martifer Solar
Sonora80M Group has signed an agreement to deliver 15% of energy generated at its planned 20MW solar park in Mexico to Ford Motor Company.

The solar park will be located in Hermosillo, in the state of Sonora in northern Mexico, and is expected to start operations in 2014.

Plans to build the park, billed at the time as Mexico's "first large-scale PV project", were confirmed in August 2012. It will use Portuguese EPC firm Martifer Solar’s Smartracker technology, a one-axis tracker which is said to optimise the installation’s yield by around 30% and maximise the power distributed to the grid.

Commenting on the delay from planning to implementation, Pablo Mayo Sanz, partner-director of Sonora80M, told PV-Tech: “The delay is due to all the legal requirements needed to complete the project. This project sells energy to seven municipalities in Sonora (as well as Ford Motor Company), and this kind of public-private structure is quite complex, and requires political approval before starting.”

Martifer Solar was awarded an EPC contract for a 30MW PV facility in La Paz, Baja California, Mexico last week, which it said would be the “largest PV plant in Latin America to date"

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Post by dean on Fri Aug 16, 2013 4:02 pm

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Post by dean on Fri Aug 16, 2013 4:04 pm

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