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Slide 1

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 2

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 3

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 4

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 5

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 6

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 7

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 8

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 9

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 10

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 11

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 12

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 13

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 14

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 15

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 16

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 17

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 18

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 19

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 20

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 21

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 22

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 23

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 24

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 25

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 26

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 27

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 28

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 29

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 30

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 31

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 32

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 33

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 34

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 35

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 36

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 37

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 38

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 39

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 40

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 41

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 42

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 43

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 44

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 45

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 46

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 47

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 48

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 49

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 50

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 51

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 52

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 53

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 54

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 55

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 56

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 57

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 58

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 59

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


Slide 60

Overview
Who are we?
Our credentials
What SolarCool is, what SolarCool is not
The part SolarCool plays in the system
What is the secret?
Where is the energy consumed now?
How SolarCool saves so much energy
Official Testing
What our customers say
End User Case Studies
Installation examples
Applications

So, let’s first cover
who we are…

Sedna Aire International LLC - the founders and
inventors of SolarCool
•Established in 2009
•So far, over 50,000 installations worldwide
•Solar Thermodynamic solutions for Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration
•Boasting efficiencies of up to 70% above comparative nonsolar systems
•Engineered and developed by one of the largest companies in
the industry – manufacturing brands such as…
…to name a few.

Subsidiary companies in the USA, Asia, Africa,
South America, and Europe

With many secondary dealers
across 5 separate continents

Cont…

Worldwide patented & patent pending technology.

(Unfortunately…we already have credible patent defence case history already
under our belt).

Our product and
business credentials

Originating from American innovation
Collective European-American, revolutionary
refrigeration advancement
World class factory brands

Just some of our worldwide customers

Official A/C supplier for FIFA HQ Brazil 2014

What SolarCool
is…and what it is not

What is SolarCool?




A thermodynamic collection system driven free by the Sun’s thermal
energy. Achieving efficiencies of up to 70% on both inverter and
multistage fixed speed compression systems, covering both
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (heating & cooling).
The only renewable energy technology with a return on investment
as low as a matter of months.

SolarCool is not…


…Solar PV. SolarCool requires minimal space and investment in
comparison to Solar PV, and is a considerably more advanced
technology in the art of reducing both on and off grid energy usage
via renewable sources.

Testing in pure like for like environment conditions, in order to
reproduce the average energy saved on a standard commercial 30kW
refrigeration system using SolarCool technology - would require an
average of 13 Solar PV panels.

=

Where SolarCool
sits in the
system

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system
is in cooling
mode.
Cloudy Skies

Example
EER’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.29

26kW VRF
System

4.50

4.58

6.50

Sunny Skies

Compressor

Solar Panel

Condenser

Retail end
refrigeration
system

This illustration also
shows the cooling
mode, with the system
in place on retail
refrigeration.

• All physical effects yield
electricity savings of up to 70%
• Efficiency rated cooling
capacity/electrical power
consumption: SEER above 8,
SCOP above 6

The illustration
below shows the
complete process
when the system is
in heating mode.

Cloudy Skies

Example
COP’s

14kW Mini VRF
System

3.43

26kW VRF
System

4.50

6.16

8.00

Sunny Skies

So, what is the secret?

It’s all about the
sun…

…and a touch
of chemistry

SolarCool

SolarCool

SolarCool

Collectively creating the
most efficient heating &
cooling system on the
planet - fact.

Where is the energy
consumed on
standard system?

Compressor energy consumption
The facts are regardless of the compressor
in use…
•…DC Inverter
•Super DC Inverter
•Hyper DC Inverter
•Staged Compression
•Digital Scroll…
…in general c. 80% of the energy on all
systems is consumed by the compressor
alone.

Inverter, Digital Scroll
& Multistage systems

Inverter & digital scroll systems
The general engineering make up the system is designed to
produce fluctuating loads, subject to the systems
requirement.
Therefore when the load requirement is low, the compressor
will logically run at low speed.

Subsequently, when the ambient temperature
increases and therefore load requirement is high,
the system increases its load capacity, therefore
substantially increasing the energy consumption
of the compressor.

The fact is - the hotter it gets, the harder this system works

Staged compression systems
When the load requirement is low, the stage
system is designed to run on reduced
compressor numbers (i.e. single stage),
commanding additional stages as the load
requires.

Therefore as with fluctuating load systems, the
hotter it gets, the load requirement from the
system increases. In the case of multistage
compression, additional compressors enter the
phased platform to satisfy load demand.

Again…the hotter it gets, the less efficient the system becomes

SolarCool systems

Inverter
Systems

+

+

Staged
Systems

=

=

SolarCool substantially reduces energy consumption by increasing the capacity of the
compressor, utilizing the 100% renewable energy provided free by the sun.

The fact is, the hotter it gets, the more efficient SolarCool becomes

So, how does
SolarCool saves
so much energy?

Staged Compression
System in normal run process

Expansion
Valve

Condenser

Compressor

Assuming full load
requirement, all compressors
will run.
Evaporator

Next…

Staged Compression
System with SolarCool

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Compressor

The panel absorbs the UV radiance from
the sun. The vacuum tubes become
internally hot and therefore heat the
refrigerant gas as it passes through

Condenser

Evaporator

The
Chemistry
SolarCool

When the sun heats the gas it is provided with
thermal energy, this in turn raises the internal
energy (the sum of all microscopic kinetic and
potential energy of the molecules) the molecules
move with a higher value of kinetic energy which
simply implies each molecule moves with a higher
velocity than before…

SolarCool

…as the molecules collide with one another
they rebound with higher energies,
moreover intermolecular forces weaken
and the molecules space out further which
results in an increase in volume.

SolarCool

Cont…

Staged Compression Thereafter Increasing the
System with SolarCool

Most…if not all of the pressure
produced from the additional heat is
released in mass volume flow and
therefore substantially increased
molecular velocity

ΔT
between condensing and
ambient temperatures,
effectively increasing the
surface area of the
condenser

SolarCool
Expansion
Valve

Yielding a reduced energy demand as the
compressors begin to shut down as
SolarCool takes over the load requirement

Condenser

Compressor

Evaporato
r

No other system on the planet offers this kind of efficiency

Next…

Very important
Those who may be concerned how the
condenser addresses any additional heat
generated by SolarCool:

10kW system without SolarCool

First and foremost, the systems condenser is designed to
manage the compressors running at full load. The reality is
when the sun is in the sky (the time when most systems run
at full load), SolarCool will ensure that all compressors
virtually never run at full load.
Of course it would be fantastic to achieve the additional
efficiency without additional heat, but the additional heat is
the price we pay in return for the higher efficiency. We
actually want the heat from the solar panel, utilising the heat
(temperature not pressure) we increase the gas molecules
kinetic energy, hence increasing the mass volume flow, and
additionally creating an improved Delta T therefore enhancing
the efficiency of the heat exchanger (condenser).
All Refrigeration and A/C systems are manufactured to a very
specific design point, e.g. for A/C systems ISO 5151. This point
sets the capacities for the compressor, condenser and all other
parts. The facts covered in the second paragraph above allows
SolarCool to easily cope with any additional heat, as is shown
here and further clarified in third party testing data (T after
condenser):

T-discharge

T-after condenser

10kW system with SolarCool

T-after panel

T-discharge
T-after condenser

Official testing data
(there are many examples of official test
data from around the world on our
website, the following is just one small
example)

The illustration below demonstrates the energy usage on a SolarCool DC inverter
system in comparison to an identical A+ rated DC inverter system.
A clear cut case of ‘the hotter it gets’ the less the SolarCool system works’ – and as
importantly the more the comparison A+ system works.

Non solar Inverter

SolarCool

Data Measurement

The illustration below is a screenshot of the same live testing facility. Clearly
demonstrating all relevant temperatures and pressure points around the system.

Data Measurement

What they say,
not us…our
customers

“This technology incorporates a new and exciting element to the thermodynamic energy
process. The energy balance shows that with the addition of sun’s UV rays to the process,
the energy consumed from the power supply is significantly reduced.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo - Pizza Hut

- Convenience stores 58%
“Following successful trials that substantially exceeded projections, Bahamas
Telecommunications Corporation have now agreed a roll out of SolarCool across our
server estate.” - Robert Williams, Vice President of Engineering
(leading internet and telecommunications provider for the Caribbean)

- Process cooling 33%

- 6-months test results 63%
“Having collectively reduced the energy usage in seven of our sites by an average inexcess of 36%, they were clearly the right partner for this project. So far they are
producing results that are inline with their own projections and therefore well in line with
our expectations.” - Richard Cox, Managing Director - The Kay Group (Fuel/Gas
Station Retailer)

- Car show rooms 51%
“At the time the ambient temperature begins to warm-up around 8:00 am, the power of
the machine starts a surprising decline into a 6KW position, and remaining there
throughout the day’s hottest phase.” - Chief Engineer -Pizza Hut

End user case
studies
(Here are just two examples of many
customers who would gladly testify as
to what SolarCool has done for their
business energy usage)

Malta, Europe

The Site

“Malta benefits from at least 3,000
hours of unbroken sunshine every year.
The potential for energy reduction here
is vast, in particular for food production
& food retail businesses.” - Chris
Micallef, Technical Director,
SolarCool





External ambient temperatures c.33°C
Plant Room ambient temperatures c.31°C
Process Cooling required temperatures
16°C

Please note – all graphs and text content in this document
were provided direct from the clients themselves

“This

technology incorporates a new exciting element to the thermodynamic energy process. The
energy balance shows that with the addition of suns UV rays to the process, the energy consumed
from the power supply is significantly reduced” - Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Problem

Proposal

Benefits

The existing comfort cooling
systems are simply not
achieving comfort. This is mainly
due to the ambient temperatures
throughout the day, therefore the
system virtually never achieves
an acceptable working
environment temperature of
below 82°F.

Replace the existing 10-ton
system with the Solarcool
equivalent 10-ton system.

1. Reduce electricity
overhead
2. Improve overall working
temperatures in the staff
kitchen areas
3. Happy franchisee
4. Happy employees

Not not only consuming high
levels of energy, but also failing
to maintain an acceptable
temperature for staff in high
turnover food preparation areas.

Used for comfort cooling with a target temperature of
below 77°F.

Existing vs. SolarCool

Substituting the existing kitchen 10-ton system,
along with the 2 x 5-tons systems situated in the
restaurant. The installation took place on
September 24th 2012.
Thereafter a monitoring energy circuit marker
recording before and after the installation. This
device served as a witness to the results.

Non solar
Non solar

“At the time the ambient temperature
begins to warm up around 8:00 am,
the power of the machine starts a
surprising decline into a 6KW
position, remaining there throughout
the day’s hottest phase.”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza
Hut

SolarCool

SolarCool

Existing vs. SolarCool

Prior to installation the kitchen was running at 82°F, now
operating at a significantly more comfortable temperature
of 74°F to 75°F.
Oscillation is observed at a downward trend,
representing a stable thermal load management around
the expected temperature.

“When the sun is in the sky, the
compressor in these machines basically
acts as a pump, moving the refrigerant
throughout the components, in our view
these systems are optimal in this type of
application over any other”
- Francisco Javier Vadillo – Pizza Hut

Installation
examples

Middle
East
British
MOD,
Cyprus
North
America
South America

British MOD, Cyprus

North America

Middle East

South America

Cont…

England
US
Marine Corp.
Malta
England

England

England

Malta

US Marine Corp.

Next…

Partnered
applications

There are virtually no applications that SolarCool can not
partner with,

from process cooling…

…to air conditioning,

in both heating & cooling…

…to heavy industry chillers,

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

through to…

…all types of refrigeration.

Retrofit solutions to
existing plant is available
on this type of application.

Just remember…when the
sun is in the sky…

…whether it’s
minus 21°c…

…or plus 31°c…

…whilst all other
systems work
harder…

…SolarCool rests.

The future of
heating, cooling &
refrigeration…today!
Visit:

www.solarcoolenergy.com


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