STAC's technology harvest thermal energy and converts it to cooling

sustainable thermal advanced cooling

sustainable thermal advanced cooling

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Goal

STACs goal is to  help reduce carbon emissions on a massive GigaTon scale. 


By making STACs technology available to leading industrial companies, we enable them to use water as the refrigerant to make cooling.  This allow industries to rapidly replace the use of HFCs with water resulting in creating a world with less global warming and climate change.


Our sustainable water based solutions can help accelerate your product development, reduce project risk and optimise your supply chain. Our mission is to help your company reach the market faster with sustainable energy solutions never-seen-before.

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SUSTAINABLE A/C

ENERGY HARVESTING

SUSTAINABLE A/C

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The global demand for cooling is growing exponentially. The use of A/C's are documented to deplete the ozone layer causing climate change and global warming. STACs technology enable the use of water as a refrigerant replacing HFCs, while saving>80% electricity.

DISTRICT ENERGY

ENERGY HARVESTING

SUSTAINABLE A/C

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District Heating has existed for the last 100 years all over Planet Earth.  According to research, district heating combined heat and power (CHPDH) is the cheapest method of cutting carbon emissions having one of the lowest carbon footprints. STACs technology enable local cooling based on hot water from the district heating grid, without additional infrastructure costs.

ENERGY HARVESTING

ENERGY HARVESTING

ENERGY HARVESTING

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The concept of "Thermal energy harvesting" is gaining more traction and is increasingly being recognised as an efficient way to make use of something otherwise wasted. 

Heat sources are abundant and this usually wasted energy is easily harvested by STACs technology and put to good use in other connections; such as efficient clean cooling, electricity or heating applications reducing power consumption and carbon emission

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