Event Details

Start: 06-Feb-2018
End: 06-Feb-2018

Harnessing Renewable Heat for Air Conditioning in Building

Introduction

7 SCEM PDU Points Awarded

Course Summary

Two major trends right now are green buildings and the increasing use of renewable energy. There is an increasing awareness of solar thermal technology. With the target of turning 80% of the buildings in Singapore by 2030, building owners, architects, facilities managers are turning to innovative technologies to meet this target.

 

Program Outline

• Introduction – the need for efficient cooling in the tropics
• Past – Invention of AC, fossil fuel, air pollution, sick building syndrome
• Present – Megatrends - renewable energy, green buildings, climate change, urban heat island
• Present – Therm-Aire thermal hybrid AC technology, energy efficiency, Green Mark certification, productivity & indoor air quality, zoning
• Future – thermal hybrid chiller systems, compressor-less AC technology
• Case studies – data centres, offices, business and others

Speaker’s Profile


Mr. James Yip has several years experience in training. He is ACTA certified. He has taught classes for supervisory and managerial level in the cleaning industry. He has also taught classes for IATA in the aviation industry with participants from the Middle East
and several countries in Asia.
Currently, he is the marketing manager for a lcoal air conditioner manufacturer, Ecoline Solar Pte Ltd. Ecoline Solar has a patented solar thermal hybrid airconditioning technology that offers up to 45% more energy savings than current inverter technology.

Extra Information

Date: 6 February 2018

Time: 9am - 5pm

Rates

SEAS Member: $380.00; Non-Member: $450.00

3 participants and above: $400.00 per participant

Fees are inclusive of GST

Contact Information

+65-63388578 / training@seas.org.sg

Address Information

180 Kitchener Road City Square Mall Level 6 Sky Park, #06-10

Module Title Start Date End Date
Harnessing Renewable Heat for Air Conditioning in Buidings 06-Feb-2018 09:00:00 06-Feb-2018 17:00:00