Superstate’s vision for the optimal solar cooling system builds upon its’ unique ability to either produce cooling when it is most favorable or to store the same energy for later use, through a cost-effective storage.
The energy is then transferred to an absorption chiller, where the heat is converted into cooling.
This is made possible by using thermal solar collectors that are heated by the sun.
This energy is then stored in cold water, ready to be used at any given time. Compared to other technologies, like a combination of solar cells and li-ion batteries, our system is available at significantly lower cost, with zero efficiency degeneration over time.