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  • 1. Solarsa Inc. Business Management & Engineering 4015 S. Dale Mabry Hwy Tampa, FL 33611
  • 2. Company Overview DESIGN & RENEWABLE ENERGY MANUFACTURE OF INTEGRATION WITH BMS – SOLAR ENERGY TRIDIUM NIAGARA SOLUTIONS FRAMEWORK PRODUCTS: ABSORPTION CHILLERS ELECTRIC CHILLERS SOLAR PANELS CONTROL SYSTEMS
  • 3. DESIGN & MANUFACTURE OF  SOLAR ENERGY SOLUTIONS 
  • 4. Projects PROJECT LOCATION DESCRIPTION Residential cooling and hot  Tampa, FL 10 Ton absorption chiller with  water concentrating solar collectors Commercial cooling and hot  Brandon, FL 20 Ton absorption chiller with flat  water solar collectors Residential cooling and hot  Santa Clara, CA 5 Ton absorption chiller with flat  water  solar collectors District cooling and heating  Tulsa, OK 360 ton absorption cooling and 1  (PENDING FINANCING) mega btu/h hot water CONTROLS Commercial control systems Kansas City, KS white roofs and BIPV integrated  with building management system Residential and commercial   Lieber Electric chillers for ice storage  ice storage systems ‐ Residence, Las  applications for  residential and  Multiaqua Inc. Vegas small business
  • 5. Florida’s First Solar HVAC – First concentrating, combined heat and power  solar collector system in the world providing 6  tons of air‐conditioning during peak demand. – 34 Kwh (4kw electric, 30kw thermal)
  • 6. Florida’s Second Solar  HVAC • First commercial  installation using solar  thermal plus waste  cooking oil for backup • 145 kWh thermal for  20 tons of cooling
  • 7. California’s First 5‐Ton Solar HVAC • Santa Clara University’s Entry in the 2007 Solar  Decathlon. • 100% Solar powered Home
  • 8. Tulsa, OK: District Energy Projects Montereau Retirement Facility Central Plant plus Solar Thermal  180 tons of solar thermal cooling connected to 1000 ton central plant 111,584 tons of CO2 avoided over 40 years 263,591,414 Kwh of thermal energy produced over 40 years ($0.029  per Kwh) Warren Medical Office Building Central Plant plus Solar Thermal  180 tons of solar thermal cooling with 450Kw Natural Gas Backup 23,000 tons of CO2 avoided over 40 year 123,318,387 Kwh of thermal energy produced over 40 years ($0.063  per Kwh) + Cogen Peak Elimination  Saint Francis Hospital Employee Parking Garage Solar Thermal  Hot water connected to district heating plant for domestic hot water  and heating 119,131 tons of CO2 avoided over 40 years 213,697,385 Kwh of thermal energy produced over 40 years ($0.035  per Kwh) 
  • 9. RENEWABLE ENERGY INTEGRATION WITH  BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (BMS)  USING TRIDIUM NIAGARA FRAMEWORK
  • 10. Solarsa: Systems Integration and  Interoperability  Tridium Niagara Framework development and  reseller: Internet‐enabled equipment systems Device to enterprise applications Niagara resolves the challenges associated with open systems, integration and interoperability by integrating diverse systems and devices - regardless of manufacturer, or communication protocol - into a unified platform that can be easily managed and controlled in real-time over the Internet.
  • 11. Solarsa: Tridium Reseller/Developer Manufacturers adopt the Niagara System integrators use Niagara Framework products to provide true open technology to move solutions without regard for specific their products to the protocols, products or technologies web, reduce development time, End users receive multiple migrate legacy paybacks in the form of systems, develop performance efficiencies, new service reduced capital and operational offerings, and open expenses, and greater returns up new markets
  • 12. Derbigum Roof Solutions Derbisolar® combines the proven  watertight longevity of smooth white  surfaced APP modified bitumen with  the power generating performance of  amorphous thin film photovoltaic cells.   20 year guaranteed performance Solarsa provides interfaces to BMS
  • 13. Multiaqua Residential Chiller/Ice + RE
  • 14. Solar Cooling and Hot Water System RITZ CARLTON RESERVE HOTEL  PROJECT
  • 15. System Proposed:  10 Ton‐Solar Cooling and Hot Water System Objective: To supply 10‐Tons of chilled water and all the hot  water needed for a six‐apartment building  MAIN EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION Solar collectors SchucoSol U.5 High performance  flat plate Yazaki absorption chiller WFC‐10 – water cooled 10‐ton  chiller Control system Solarsa Solar Control System – distance monitoring of  performance
  • 16. Equipment Costs DESCRIPTION COSTS ($) 10‐Ton Yazaki absorption chiler 28,000 SchucoSol U.5 (50 panels) 75,000 Pumps & controls (pre‐ 28,000 assembled & tested) 200‐Gal tank (5 tanks) 10,000 TOTAL: 141,000
  • 17. Equipment Warranty ‐ Guaranty EQUIPMENT  YEARS DESCRIPTION Yazaki 01 Electrical (pumps,  02 controls, etc) Tanks 05 Solar Thermal Panels 10
  • 18. Solarsa’s Warranty ‐ Guaranty Two Patents on solar thermal cooling systems  and their operation/optimization Partnership with University of Florida to build  a framework for optimization of solar energy  systems Grant from the State of Florida, Executive Office of  the Governor, Florida Energy and Climate  Commission for up to $1,022,595 to develop a solar  cooling manufacturing plant
  • 19. 3rd Party System Warranty ‐ Guaranty Offered through Energy Services Contracting  with major US companies such as Chevron Energy Johnson Controls GE  Add 30% to cost of project for 3rd party  guarantees
  • 20. EQUIPMENT
  • 21. Equipment Schematics
  • 22. Absorption Chiller  SMALL TO MEDIUM LOADS AVAILABLE IN 10, 20  & 30 TONS
  • 23. Solar Panels
  • 24. PanelsARRANGEMENT  ON THE  50 COLLECTORS  ROOF
  • 25. 60 COLLECTORS  ARRANGEMENT ON THE  ROOF
  • 26. 10‐Ton absorption chiller and 50 Collectors
  • 27. Average Values/Solar Cooling and Heating  Savings in Power and CO2 DESCRIPTION AMOUNT Total kWh of cooling supplied for the solar system per year 70,620 COP of reference 3 Total kWh of power replaced by the solar energy per year 23,540 Total Tons of CO2 not released to the ambient per year 35 Total kWh of hot water supplied for the solar system per  10,600 year Total Tons of CO2 not released to the ambient per year 16 TOTAL kWh of power replaced by the solar system 34,140 TOTAL Tons of CO2 not released to the ambient per year  51 (solar cooling and hot water)
  • 28. Estimated Savings (Cooling & Hot Water) DESCRIPTION kWh per year replaced  23,540 by solar cooling kWh per year replaced  10,600 by solar hot water Total kWh per year  34,140 replaced by solar  energy Cost of kWh $0.30 Total savings per year $10,242
  • 29. Details
  • 30. END Business Management & Engineering 4015 S. Dale Mabry Hwy. Tampa, FL 33611 813‐258‐4488 office 813‐258‐5488 fax

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