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Sunny summer days are beautiful, yet in the office a hot day can be altogether stressful. Because productivity can suffer under such conditions, more and more buildings are being fitted with air-conditioning systems. This is where solar air conditioning comes in: The summer sun, which heats up offices, also delivers the energy to cool them. The thermal use of solar energy offers itself: Days that have the greatest need for cooling are also the very same days that offer the maximum possible solar energy gain.
The demand for air conditioning in offices, hotels, laboratories or public buildings such as museums is considerable. This is true not only in southern Europe, but also in Germany and middle Europe. Under adequate conditions, solar and solar-assisted air conditioning systems can be reasonable alternatives to conventional air conditioning systems. Such systems have advantages over those that use problematic coolants (CFCs) , not to mention the incidental CO2 emissions that are taking on increasingly critical values.
The trend towards solar-assisted air conditioning is met by the organizers of the forum "Solar assisted Air-Conditioning of Buildings" at the convention Intersolar 2002: The German Association for Solar Energy (Die Deutsche Gesellschaft f|r Sonnenenergie (DGS) ) , the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (Fraunhofer Institut f|r Solare Energiesysteme ISE) , the Institute for Maintenance and Modernization of Buildings at the Technical University of Berlin (Institut f|r Erhaltung und Modernisierung von Bauwerken e. V. an der TU Berlin) , and the Pforzheimer Solar Promotion Corporation (Pforzheimer Solarpromotion GmbH) are all offering a two-day international forum on the state of technology, the energy and economic aspects of solar cooling as well as the possible fields of application. Next to German companies, organizations from the entire world have registered including firms from Israel, Ghana, Spain, India, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Austria. This Solar-Report will briefly inform you over the possibilities and technology of solar air conditioning and will also cover economic aspects