Air-conditioning
Is one of the main factors which increase your bill, you can say that air-conditioning systems is having more than 60% of any property’s power consumption. It is very hard to control the consumption of power for air-conditioning systems. We helps you to make an assessment to your property and measure out all your power consumptions and see the perfect and proper solution so as to save your money.
Technology year after year is providing the solution and it is coming from mothernature.

Solar air conditioning system:
Everyone knows solar power can heat homes and generate electricity.Using mirrors to concentrate sunlight onto pipes with water running through them. The heated water powers a thermal process in a chiller that cools the cold water used in air conditioning units.
one of the most expensive challenges associated with the efficient operation of a building is managing the quality of the air. The goal is often to maintain a certain level of air temperature and humidity comfortable for humans to work or live in, and frequently for machinery to operate in.
The development of renewable energy is on the rise worldwide because of the growing demand on energy, high oil prices, and concerns of environmental impacts. In recent years, progress on solar-powered air conditioning has increased as nowadays

HVAC System with electrical supplement
The first is the use of solar electric (photo-voltaic panels) to supplement the electrical draw or demand of the compressor (the part that usually sits outside). The idea is to use less of the building’s grid-supplied electricity. Since the electrical demand is so high from typical HVAC systems, a large number of solar panels would be needed to make any effective ‘dent’ in the electrical cost, so there are arguments that the extra outlay of up-front cash isn’t justified based on the ‘return’ of a small saving in electrical demand

Solar A/C with super-heated refrigerant
The second solar technology being used was effectively new in 2010. The technology involves diverting the refrigerant to an evacuated-tube solar thermal collector on the roof as part of the compressor’s function of heating and compressing the refrigerant. This consequently drops the workload of the compressor, saving you money.