SOLAR WATER HEATING SYSTEMS FOR HOTELS. By François Pelletier, Contained Energy Bali. TABLE OF CONTENT.
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By François Pelletier, Contained Energy Bali
- Power / Energy from the sun - Glazed flat plate collectors - Evacuated tube collectors - Pictures of solar collectors - Factors for successful projects - Bali sun radiation - Configuration and installation - Commercial / industrial applications - Conclusion
Converted into energy:
1J = 1W/s, i.e. 1TJ = 1TW/s = 1012W/s = 1.000.000.000.000W/s !
No convection losses
Installation can be more complicated
High temperature operation (up to 95°C)
Can operate at mains water pressure
Typically, in Bali, solar heating of 30 m3 of hot water per day from ambient to 60°C will result in preventing the emission of approximately 260 tons of CO2 per year (Source Retscreen4)
For hotels, it is a path to worldwide “Green Globe Certification” and other “Eco-Tourism” labels (solar energy ‘harvested’ can be displayed in hotel Lobby and Rooms, on their website…)