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GORD to support delivery of Qatar’s carbon-neutral FIFA World Cup

The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) has signed an agreement with GORD to support the delivery of a carbon-neutral FIFA World Cup™ in 2022.

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Key MoUs signed at Qatar Sustainability Summit

Key MoUs signed between GORD and Supreme Committee, UNESCO, and Doha Bank on the opening day of Qatar Sustainability Summit that opened in the presence of the Minister of Municipality and Environment.

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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. The principle of the technology is based on solid sorption. By taking advantage of the hygroscopic properties of the solid matter (solid) a liquid can be absorbed (sorption), also known as adsorption. This takes place in the heart of the thermo-chemical heat pump. The thermo-chemical heat pump consists of two cylindrical chambers. In each room there is a reactor, a condenser and an evaporator. In order to provide cooling a process of charging and discharging is required.

GCC First ONE TON Low Grade Heat Solar Adsorption Cooling System

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