EnE-HVAC

EnE-HVAC

EnE-HVAC, or Energy efficient heat exchangers for HVAC applications, is a collaborative project funded by the EU under the FP7 theme EeB.NMP.2012-4: Nanotechnology based approaches to increase the performance of HVAC systems

Through EnE-HVAC, we will demonstrate energy savings of up to 50% on the total energy consumption in an HVAC system compared to current conventional commercially available systems. To achieve these savings, the EnE-HVAC project will tackle all aspects of the system, using novel nanotechnological approaches, improving heat transfer and transport throughout the whole system

New technology can save millions in cooling and ventilation

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Ny nanoteknologi vil markant reducere energiforbruger i ventilations- og kølesystemer i Danmark

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The project "Energy efficient heat exchangers for HVAC applications" or EnE-HVAC is granted under the Seventh Framework Programme, Theme EeB.NMP.2012-4: Nanotechnology based approaches to increase the performance of HVAC systems.

 

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