Harlequin (Malaga)

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1. Built example

A solar system has been built to increase the energy efficiency of the process.


2. Industry Sector

Textile


3. Industrial application

No information is available.


4. Process description
  • Process flowsheet:

No information is available.


  • Processes:

No information is available.


5. Energy flows and temperature ranges
  • Main heat supply system and fuel:

No information is available.


  • Energy consumption (Sankey):

No information is available.


  • Temperature ranges and other parameters:

No information is available.


6. Solar Thermal Plant
  • Used scheme:

No information is available.


  • Description of the main features and components:
Designer and/or installer  : Solysur alora s.l.
Installed thermal capacity [kW]  : 33 (47.15 m²)
Collector type  : Flat plate collector (GAROL I)
Storage tank [m3]  : 5
Storage tank volume/Solar collector area (V/A) [lt/m2]  : 106
System concept  : SPCHX water ?
Annual useful solar heat [MWh/a]  : 42.869
Annual specific useful solar heat [kWh/kW*a]  : 1299 (909 kWh/m2*a)
Solar fraction [%]  : 68.74


  • Pictures of the built solar system:


Pictures of the built solar system-Harlequin (Malaga).jpg

Pictures of the built solar system-Harlequin (Malaga)2.jpg


7. Energy savings
  • Pinch analysis results:

No information is available.


  • Energy savings:

No information is available.


8. Economic evaluation
  • Economic parameters of the built solar system:
Total investment cost [€]  : 32,942
Total cost per kW installed [€/kW]  : 998 (699 €/ m2)


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