Thermally driven air conditioning is a new HVAC technology picking up on the need for sustainable systems, people are already calling professionals like the ac replacement for your home in Mahomet, IL and virginia beach air conditioning repair teams to get their new system and get air conditioning installation. The popularity of energy efficient heating and cooling methods is growing, with residential customers increasing in numbers seeking low carbon footprints. If you need an air conditioning repair or heating installation in Memphis, TN, you may hire technicians from companies like Aloha Air Conditioning and Heating.
Manufacturers have embraced this transition too with numerous HVAC systems that provide environmentally friendly alternatives to air ducted cooling and heating of existing homes as well as contemporary built homes and buildings featuring innovative technical concepts using thermal energy such as cold recovery ventilation or ground source heat pumps for heating, and chilled / hot water production utilizing renewable energy technologies, or using a thermodynamic heat wheel driven by waste heat sources such as waste water (with selected heat pump models also able to supply pre-heated domestic floor heating) to commercially available single room.
VRF air conditioning units employing efficient fancoil units linked with refrigerant based energy converters designed for high seasonal energy efficiency ratio up to around HSP 6 performance levels and the continuously evolving hybrid renewable heating and cooling systems based on solar energy combined with e.g. dedicated chillers or compact gas fired condensing boilers and chillers coupled with heat and cold storage elements such as thermal sorption appliances representing another alternative high performing system configuration with increased flexibility of integration and use of renewable energy sources along with lower operating costs for both simultaneous use of dual purpose storage modules to reduce electricity consumption associated with the use of 2 stage compressors plus a hybrid design further increase flexibility and increased potential for CO2 reductions through reduced demand for electricity sourcing of the basic refrigeration cycles from grid supplied renewables under the International Energy Agency definitions incorporating a non-CO2 greenhouse gas emission energy source thus significantly contributing to the “Energy Saving Performance Indicators” within ISO standard EN50001:2011 Energy Efficiency Management Systems for Energy Management and control standards for large and small commercial and institutional users whereas the related power usage effectiveness indicator is related to the ratio of total energy consumption to the operating load over the stated time period when specifying commercial applications meeting European wide legislation criteria calling for an increased focus on sustainability by greater emphasis on energy conservation principles and utilization of less environmentally damaging energy sources as part of the ongoing transition to the green energy economy as outlined by the European Commission’s2020 20% mandatory energy saving targets for large commercial buildings through to Government plans such as the recently announced UK Climate Change Act requiring non carbon zero carbon emissions for all new government buildings following completion of the refurbishment programme originally set in train by the Coalition government now known as the UK Green Building Council Certified Passive House Standard now becoming the preferred specification for new private housing developments and the Government backed Code For Sustainable Homes.