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Al-Attiyah Foundation and GORD Celebrate Partnership Agreement

Al-Attiyah Foundation signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the GORD on 12 September 2019, at the St Regis Hotel, Doha.

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Qatar’s charities bring sustainability to the fore

RACA and GORD have signed a cooperation agreement to launch a series of green initiatives in the sector of charitable activities.

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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. Currently, most of the solar cooling systems in use are hot water driven lithium bromide absorption chillers. High-grade solar collectors could be used to provide a hot water temperature of about 90 ◦C as a heat source to drive the chiller. Solar absorption chillers consume little electrical energy; essentially the only parts that use electricity are fan motors and pumps that move the thermal transfer fluid.

All in One Solar Absorption Cooling for Domestic Application


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