On 20 April 2017, GORD conducted a workshop on the SEER Tool for 70 delegates working as GSAS - CGP's
Published on 7 November 2016 on FIFA website: Qatar building green stadiums
This project aims to develop cooling systems that can provide cost effective and sustainable cooling of large spaces in the built environment of hot countries including Qatar and other GCC countries.
GORD Institute aims to test low grade heat single effect packed absorption chillers with a maximum capacity of 6TR. The chiller is coupled with a standard flat plat solar collectors. The start up temperature of the packed chiller is 70C. Solar absorption cooling technology has gained attention in the past decades and recently in the Gulf Region.
GORD Institute aims to test the first 1TR cooling capacity solar driven adsorption chiller at its facility. The unique features of the solar driven or waste heat system are the startup temperature can as below as 60C, modular and scalable. The adsorption technology ensures a comfortable temperature.