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75% Efficient Solar Powered Air Conditioning System

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Le Lievre, co-founder and former CEO of Ausra, now founder of Chromasun, is planning to launch a very efficient solar powered air conditioning system in the first quarter of 2010.

The big advantage of Chromasun’s AC is the over 75% efficiency and 95% less silicon than a conventional solar panel that normally converts 23% light energy into electricity.
It measures about 3m x 1.3m.

Nowadays, the environmental point of view is also sustained by economical reasons, lower electricity consumption meaning lower electricity bills.

The drawback of this solar powered air conditioner is that in cloudy days there might not be enough light to cool down the air in your house.

Anyway, it’s a great and useful green electronic device and it will lead to other even more efficient devices. The only aspect we have to keep into account is the list of materials contained in the device and how green they are – both energetically and environmentally.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Good to hear that lot of invention now made is solar powered. Consumer can save a lot of their money if they use this.

  2. This is really great. It’s so nice to know that there are companies that produce products that do not necessarily harm the environment. What’s so good about it is that it consumes lesser electricity so consumers can save a lot while enjoying the products.

  3. I think it is fantastic how we are using renewable energy and going green in so many ways. I think we also need to do things like reducing our energy usage, like installing geothermal heat pumps to replace high energy heating and cooling systems.

  4. Simply amazing. Higher effeciency should cut down equipment cost.
    I would be happy to receive up dates on this product. Ravi Soparkar Pune, India successtrack at in dot com

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