Two pioneer solar domestic hot water systems were installed at Bygge- og Anlægsskolen in Sisimiut in 1999 and 2000. Detailed measurements of energy flows and solar radiation incl. snow reflectance has been undertaken for both plants. Since August 2004 data logging of the measurements was made available online on the website www.arcticsolar.com. Measurements show that solar plant 1 and 2 cover 22% and 23%, respectively, of the energy spent for domestic hot water heating. This paper summarises the findings from the past 5 years.
|Title of host publication||Energy-efficient building : April 12th-14th 2005, Symposium in Sisimiut|
|Number of pages||137|
|Place of Publication||Denmark|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
|Event||Energy-efficient building : April 12th-14th 2005, Symposium in Sisimiut - Sisimiut, Greenland|
Duration: 1 Jan 2005 → …
|Conference||Energy-efficient building : April 12th-14th 2005, Symposium in Sisimiut|
|Period||01/01/2005 → …|
Reimann, G. P. (2005). Solar Energy for Domestic Hot Water: Case Studies in Sisimiut 1999-2005. In Energy-efficient building: April 12th-14th 2005, Symposium in Sisimiut (Vol. 1, pp. 117-122). Denmark: Punkt@Prikke A/S.